Earlier in the month, Nissan kicked off its crowdsourced 370Z project by bolting-on a turbo kit, exhaust, coilovers and big brake upgrade. Now phase two has been completed, as the team continues to build the “ultimate track car.”
The second phase commenced with the 370Z hitting the dyno to get some tuning done to maximize performance while staying reliable. The team then swapped in a new steering wheel, shift knob, installed a trio of AEM gauges, reupholstered the door panels, and bolted-in a pair of custom Recaro seats.
A staggered set of 19-inch Volk Racing TE37SL wheels also won a 59 percent vote from Facebook fans. Lastly, the video gives a quick glimpse of the vehicle getting wrapped with Metalloy material as a finishing touch.
The finished project is set to be unveiled on May 18 at ZDayZ up at Fontana Village Resort in North Carolina.
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