Nissan 370Z replaced the aspirated on the biturbo six with manual transmissionOctober 30, 2018
The company will release a set for self-alteration of the car in the track sports car
On the SEMA tuning show in Las Vegas, the charged version of the Nissan 370Z Sport Coupe – Project Clubsport 23 debuted. It is equipped with a wide range of accessories that can be purchased at the dealerships of the brand, while maintaining the factory warranty.
The standard Nissan 370Z coupe, which in the current generation has been sold since 2009, is equipped with a 337-strong atmospheric “six” with a volume of 3.7 liters. Tuners replaced this engine with a three-liter six-cylinder twin-turbo unit VR30DDTT, issuing 405 horsepower. On serial cars, the engine can be found on the Infiniti Q50 / Q60.
This turbo has never before aggregated with a manual transmission, but for Project Clubsport 23, engineers still managed to dock it with a six-speed manual gearbox. True, we had to replace the clutch and all the control electronics.
In addition, the sport coupe received new intake and exhaust systems, as well as an intercooler, more powerful brakes, a self-locking rear Nismo with a cooling system, a sports suspension with KW shock absorbers and Eibach springs, 18-inch Rays wheels.
Sparco’s “buckets”, a new steering wheel, a fire extinguishing system and additional control devices appeared in the cabin.
As they say in the Nissan, in case of public interest in such a machine, the company can produce a ready-made set of components that will be required for self-conversion coupe into a similar track sports car.
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