350 Z

2002 Nissan 350ZX


If your a Hip Hop enthusiast you may be into to Hot Imports. Yah... Hip Hop isn't just for the big rims and the booming systems. It also morphs into low slung body kitted imports with as many engine, intake, exhaust, cooling, engine, and suspension modifications that your pockets can take... And if you want to stand out mods is the place to start.


If you want to stand out these days in the import car tuning world it takes more than just the regular mods or a couple of common JDM parts.  To be unique you need to somehow import and install the greatest and most sought after JDM parts available across the pond.  The 2004 Nissan 350Z you see below has some of the best goodies never before seen.  And that’s how you create a great car.



Do-Luck means “my hobby” in Japanese and this company was born out of an obsession for cars and motoring.  It should come as no surprise then that Do-Luck body kits represent some of the most gorgeous kits available today.  And the 9-piece kit that is fitted on this 350Z is one of their crowning achievements.  But of course any show winning car must take it to the next level and this ride sports not only a JDM Do-Luck carbon fiber wing and diffuser, but a full VIS carbon fiber hatch.  Everything was shaved and the lights were smoked.  Top it all off with a nice coat of DuPont Flat Black paint and you have one sinister ride.

The stance of this 350Z is set-off by a set of huge 19-inch Work rims shod in super wide Falken tires.  Tein coilovers take care of the lowering duties.  The interior is pretty standard with the addition of an NRG quick release steering hub, Auto Meter gauges, and suede covered seats and interior pieces.

Moving to the engine bay, the 3.5-liter VG35DE V-6 has been fully modified and features Weisco Pistons, Eagle Rods, and Jim Wolf Technology cams, and valve springs.  There is an Injen intake feeding air into a Kinetix intake manifold along with Stillen Headers and a Greddy True Dual exhaust system.



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