Christal recently contacted us asking if NICO would be at ZdayZ 2015. We hadn’t planned to be there, but we knew we’d have lots of NICO members there. When she found this out, she wanted to know what she could do to help spread the NICO love around the event. So we shipped a box full of goodies to her to hand out.
It begins with a maneuver many drivers have become experienced at performing, lifting a clutch pedal that only comes up halfway with the tip of the left shoe.
NICOclub covers the 2012 Formula Drift Championship: Final Round from Irwindale Speedway… enjoy the action!
Applied Vehicle(s): Nissan 350Z Difficulty Rating: Estimated Labor Time: 2 hours Written By: rmezz13 Estimated Total Cost: $149.00 Find related tutorials and information on your vehicle in NICOclub’s Nissan Forums & Infiniti Forums These are the only tools required, besides your own two hands. The first thing to do is remove the tab in your […]
Skidmarks is an eclectic assortment of irreverent, humorous, and sometimes nostalgic commentaries on automotive-related themes.
By now, a third of the way into the Marathon Test Drive of my spankin’ new ’03 350Z, I had learned a few vital things about the car. First, it attracts attention, so there is a large hubris factor in owning a small orange sports car that nobody can identify. Secondly, on these long, 600-mile […]
Latest Car and Driver update: NoHotWire 350z Race Team Monday, September 8, 2008: Car and Driver Magazine releases their latest update on the Car and Driver / NoHotWire RacingNissan 350Z.“With one or two delusional exceptions, Car and Driver staffers have abandoned any dreams of becoming pro racing drivers. Our glory ships sailed years ago–indeed, around […]
I’ve had my ’05 G Coupe for about six months now. I traded an ’03 350Z for it, and I think that I have gained enough perspective into G ownership that I can have, and make, some valid comparisons with my Z. I drove the Z cross-country and up and down the Atlantic coast and […]
I tend to write a lot of stuff about my Z. I guess because owning it suddenly put me into the Big Leagues. It was a fifty-five month period of unending adventure and oddball happenings that sharpened my appreciations and provided me with a coda for my life’s experiences thus far. Me and the Z […]
[This story appeared previously (Oct 2003) on a site devoted to 350Zs. At the time I had owned my Z for about 6 months. I’ve reprinted it exactly as it appeared]. “. . . I was alone, I took a ride, I didn’t know what I would find there. . . “ I was in […]