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Kevin Espiritu, owner of this 2008 Nissan 350Z Nismo, is a heck of a guy. He’s inspiring, intense even, in his love for motorsports and the Nissan brand overall. Our conversation about this car started with a simple question, “how did you get here?” For the next hour, I learned most everything there is to
Long ago, when Project Z was first introduced, our geek-at-large, Dave Coleman, installed four parts that put the car into the 1g club: wheels, tires, a rear anti-roll bar and a limited-slip differential. As he said, the car drives brilliantly. So when the time came for Project Z to get new shoes, i
If you're a loyal reader of Turbo, and we're sure that you are, you'll notice we splatter our pages with some of the baddest, most boost-friendly monsters cruising the streets and the track. Most of the cars we feature pump out numbers anywhere from 350 whp to 650+ whp with the majority being force
While the Nissan 350Z has become one of the most ubiquitous tuner cars on the road, not all of them are pushing 600-plus whp. However, the number of big-power Zs is on the rise. Recently, Turbo magazine's resident Midwest freelance correspondent, Isaac Mion, took just such a beast for a spin.
Nissan's 350Z is a serious, attractive performance machine, but not all of us can afford one or live with accommodations for just two people. Nissan's Sentra SE-R Spec-V packs thrills and four passengers at a keen price, but it's a boring-looking box. Boring boxes don't seem to have much of a future
Much of the legend of the Nissan Skyline GT-R was born in Japanese GT Championship (JGTC) competition. And now Nissan has gone and replaced the Skyline, which won the championship last year, with a racing version of the 350Z for the GT-500 class.
I started drag racing before I even had my driver's license. While my start was in dragging, I've been looking for something new to challenge me and give me that same thrill I had when I first started street racing.
Robert Choo –
Feb 1, 2004
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I’m sure you’ve noticed that we talk quite a bit about modernizing older chassis here at Super Street Network, and for good reason. By far the most popular group of cars to own and modify, at least within our demographic, come from the late ‘80s to ‘00 era, and with 20 to 30 years on