The Nissan 300zx Twin Turbo, is a car that with a few modifations can real shock you with their power output. It comes stock with 300 hp, by adding after market turbos, turbo regulator, duel air intake & filters, and performance chip you will be able to outperform most sport cars on the road today. This will easily put you at over 400 hp. This will whip a new Corvette, BMW M3, Etc. When dealing with turbos power is so easy to gain, and you will gain so much more than in non turbo cars. If you want to spend money, because they can be expensive to maintain. I give this car an A, Thanks!
Power, fun to drive, and handling
after market turbos, air duel intake air and filters, turbo regulators. (Crazy Horsepower)
when i got the car it had 102,000 miles on it about 5,000 miles later the trans blew and the cam sensor went out. after i got all that taken care of the car has been good to me. there is a few upgraded parts that make the car one hell of a rocket like the boost controller and the jim wolf chip. so when i step on the gas now it just puts you back in your seat. I Would tell you to buy the car but only if you are willing to spend the money to fix it right in the first place.
i love the fact that it is twin turbO
they could have mad a better lay out for the motor were he intake manifold sits makes it so the heads on the car get way to hot making it lack some power
I bought this 90 Turbo Z recently, and
it was worth every penny. I did not
buy a Mustang 5.0, Camaro Z28, C4
Corvette, etc. simply because they
were all built like crap, although
still fast. The other two Japenese
turbos of the 90s, the RX-7 and the
Supra, were WAY overpriced and so out
of the question. The turbo Z
accelerates like a lear jet, if you
would consider a Camaro Z28 a fighter
jet. Its power delivery is smooth,
constant, and very quiet, yet
overwhelmingly impressive. This is an
awesome sports car, and even better
because Nissan engineered and built
this legend starting in 1989 and it
still outperforms most true sports
cars in 2004.
Exterior style, Interior setup for the
driver is excellent; smooth, powerful
accleration, great balance, very
stable car, especially at high
speeds. This car is not twitchy and
nerve racking to drive like a Honda
Bigger rotors, but that is an easy
upgrade and relatively inexpensive.
Other than that, nothing.
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