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2004 Nissan 350Z Track Edition - Steve Ellis

We like where Steve’s priorities are when it comes to cars.

May 14, 2012
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Steve Says I chose the Nissan 350Z because Datsun and Nissan models have been in my family for a long time. My dad had a Datsun 240Z, 280ZX and 280ZX Turbo, my mother had a 300ZX, and my first car was a ’95 240SE SE. My friend, Dennis Wittekind, led me to this car, which I purchased from the San Antonio Z Club President in 2010, purely based on its mint condition — a ’04 model with 27K original miles! Since buying the 350Z, which I’ve dubbed her “Zoey,” I have changed a few things and have daily driven the car with no trouble at all. I wanted something that was reliable, easy to drive, looked good and, most importantly, performed when it needed to. The “hellaflush” and “stance” movement looks good and all, but I prefer to keep my cars truly functional to what they were intended for: driving and performance. As far as future modifications go, I’m looking to change the wheel setup, a few more exterior things to wrap up the Nismo/track look, as well as getting around to some serious engine work.

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We Say We like where Steve’s priorities are when it comes to cars. No “pants off stance off” here, just pure, unadulterated driving fun. We hope to see Steve tweak a bit more juice out of the bay in the near future.

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Specs & Details
'04 Nissan 350Z
Engine Modifications DC ceramic-coated headers; Fast Intentions high-flow cats; GReddy Ti-C single-exit after-cat exhaust; Blitz silicone radiator hose w/ temp sensor; Koyo 3-row polished radiator; ARC radiator cap; Motordyne 5/16" intake spacer; oil pan spacer; Motul fluids; Jim Wolf Tech pop charger; Earl’s custom power steering & oil coolers
Engine Management Technosquare ECU re-flash
Drivetrain Steel braided clutch line; OEM Nissan CF composite driveshaft; B&M short shifter; RPS street clutch
Suspension TEIN Flex suspension, EDFC; Hotchkis sway bars (f/r)
Wheels, Tires & Brakes Enkei RPF1 wheels 18x9.5" +15mm (f) & 18x10.5" +15mm (r); Sumitomo HTRZ-III tires 265/35R18 (f) & 275/35R18 (r); StopTech 14" big brake kit (f/r), slotted rotors, steel braided lines
Interior Pioneer DVD/touchscreen deck; Auto Meter oil & water temp gauges; Nismo Titanium shift knob; hardwired Valentine 1 radar
Exterior Nismo Version 2 replica front bumper w/ carbon-fiber lip; RDX radio antenna; Aerotect 3M clear bra on the front end



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