BY: PhanatikZ32 Composed by: 300ZXttZMAN Z32 COILOVER INSTALLATION Tools needed: – ½” ratchet – 3/8″ ratchet + 3/8″ extension – 10mm socket – 14mm socket *deep* – 17mm socket – 17mm wrench – Phillips screwdriver – BREAKER BAR!!! – Jack + Jack stands – PB Blaster or other rust penetrant spray NOTE: this installation is […]
Some Z owners are lucky enough to have the padded arm rest on their interior door panels, but most Z32’s did not come with them…but you can easily make your own if you have some handyman/hobbyist skills, and access to some hobbyist type tools. Here’s what we’re going to make: You’ll need: 1. 14″X14″X1/2″ plywood […]
Here’s a low budget, easy-to-do modification that will help resolve stumbling and hesitation issues in 300ZX’s fitted with dual cold air intakes.
Tech Article: Don’t Install a BOV on a 300ZX Composed by: 300ZXttZman By: Greg @ Specialty Z Here’s why you won’t want to install BOV’s on a engine with a MAF sensor: When you make any positive boost and you close the throttle without a BOV or recirculation plumbing, the pressurized air will stop moving […]
Featured Ride March 2011 Mike (Z32TT) Hmmm, where to start, Lets just say the Z32 had a tiny soft spot with me. I was in the Honda game for a long while, but I wanted to step out of the scene and jump into something with a little bit more class(No offense to others). Since […]
By: z32pilot62 Composed by: 300ZXttZMAN When you put HID’s in your headlights and you are on the highway, it’s very nice to not have to turn them off every time you turn on your high beams. This also increases their life… In the image you will notice that the YELLOW arrow points out the factory […]
Applied Vehicle(s): Nissan 300zx Difficulty Rating: Estimated Labor Time: 1 hour Written By: rockchucker Estimated Total Cost: $0.00 Find related tutorials and information on your vehicle in NICOclub’s Nissan Forums & Infiniti Forums Air Injection Valves (AIV) control emissions and allow a small amount of air into the exhaust to improve emissions, however, they are […]
This article was written by ffrpwner, NICOclub’s Z32 Forum Moderator. Let’s start with the stock wheels. Note this setup is for the Twin Turbo model only, all others use the Front setup all around for all four (4) wheels. I will not explain or mention the spare tire/wheel here at all. Front: 16” x 7.5” […]
This write-up explains how to check the codes of the ECU in a ’90-’95 300ZX. You guys with the ’96 300ZX have the OBDII system. Tools Needed: – 10mm socket or Phillips screwdriver – Flathead screwdriver Procedure 1. Pull back the floor mat. 2. Pull back the carpet. It is held down with three Velcro […]
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