Nissan 350Z Drift. It’s Good? (Fairlady Z Z33)

Nissan 350Z Drift. It’s Good? (Fairlady Z Z33)

The Nissan 350Z (Z33 chassis code) also called Fairlady Z in Japan (日産・フェアレディZ) is a two-door, two-seater sports car and was for sale between 2002 and 2009. The 350Z was built by Nissan in the classic sports car drivetrain configuration of front engine and rear wheel drive (RWD).

The 3.5-litre naturally aspirated VQ35DE V6 produces 280-300BHP. In 2007 the 350Z received the new VQ35HR engine, it produced 306 horsepower, had a raised redline to 7500 RPM and more torque across the RPM range. A sportier Nismo edition also was available for this car.

They’re easy to drift in stock form the popularity of the 350Z within drift is also growing as the price of the car is dropping. It’s difficult to find such a perfect all-rounder for the price, with its reliable powerplant and chassis , and its stylish body. With just a few modifications you can turn this car into a reliable drift car perfect for beginners or you can build an ultimate professional drift weapon.

Drivers including Ryuji Miki, Youichi Imamura, Chris Forsberg, Tyler McQuarrie and Tanner Foust have used them with success in the D1 Grand Prix and Formula D series. The Nissan 350Z also appeared in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift movie. フェアレディz ドリフト #350Z #Drift #Drifting

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