Powerhouse tuner GReddy and aero manufacturer SEIBON teamed up for this purpose-built twin-turbo 370Z seen here, marking a milestone for future generations. As SEIBON Carbon put it, “we wanted something awesome” and so they built it. From factory the Nissan 370Z came with fluid-like design cues, but like most project vehicles the exterior could not remain stock for long.
A complete SEIBON MBK 1 widebody aero kit was installed which includes the replacement of nearly every body panel except for the doors. An array of carbon fiber goods from the SEIBON catalogue consisting of a GTR-style hood, mirror covers, door pillars, rear hatch and GTR-style trunk spoiler add a much needed race appeal to the sleek coupe. The final exterior tweak comes in way of an LED lighting system designed by Raybrig for GReddy.
Under the carbon fiber bonnet is the recently debuted GReddy “Tuner Turbo Kit.” Capable of reaching 450whp at 7.1psi from the stock VQ37-engine through a pair of TD06SH-20G turbochargers, this all-in-one kit is a no-brainer must-have. Feeding air in are twin Airinx intake systems while the dual intlet / outlet Type-23R intercooler sets the cold charge. A set of cast-iron exhaust manifolds paired to dual Type-T wastegates secure boost levels while twin racing downpipes and dump tubes allow for the backpressure release into a GReddy Spectrum Elite exhaust system. With the addition of forced induction to the naturally aspirated engine, GReddy bumped up the fuel system with a set of six 440cc injectors, upgraded fuel pump, regulator and return line.
Check out the complete feature and spec sheet here:http://pasmag.com/features/rides/1986-no-limits-2011-nissan-370z
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