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2004 Nissan 350z Nismo V2 Package on 2040-cars

Year:2004 Mileage:92836
Location:

Kimberly, Alabama, United States

Kimberly, Alabama, United States

 Well the time has come to sell my 350Z...I have a new toy so this one has to go. I have owned it for 3 years, it had 79k miles on it when I bought it so I have averaged about 4.5 K miles a year.  2004 was the first year you could buy Nismo parts for the Z here in the states and the previous owner spent big bucks upgrading this one.  I believe my last dyno at Z1 had me at 250 rwhp.  It has an Osiris tune from UpRev. There is a stock map, tuned map and a valet map. They can be switched between using the buttons on the steering wheel. I don't know which buttons off the top of my head, but I know you hold one down (maybe Cancel?) and press the toggle cruise button down once for tuned, twice for stock, and three times for valet. The cruise light on the dash should blink the corresponding number of times. The rev limited is set at 7,100 or 7,200...I got that increased last time it was tuned, too. The car is actually not a Nismo edition because there wasn't one available in 2004. Nismo Edition first became available in 2007. In 2004, all you could buy was Nismo accessories. The CAI and Exhaust are S-Tune parts, the headers are R-Tune. Most of the work was done at either Z1 in Carrolton, GA or Brad at ZSolutions in Alabaster, Alabama. Tires have about 8k miles since new and the cooling fans have been replaced.  The vented hood is fully functional and does pull air through the condenser and radiator. This car is begging for a twin turbo setup with tune.  Let me know if you've got any other questions.

Here is a list of parts: 


Engine:
- Nismo Cold Air Intake
- Nismo Exhaust
- Nismo Headers
- Custom Painted Battery & Brake Fluid Covers
- Carbon Fiber Engine Cover
- AMS Lightweight Crank Pulley
- AAM Plenum Spacer
- UpRev Osiris Tune
- Weapon R Aluminum coolant reservoir

Suspension & Brakes:
- OnADime Performance Brakes OEM Replacement Kit with Posi Quiet Ceramic Brake Pads and Drilled/Slotted Rotors

Wheels/Tires:
- 18x8.5 (Front) 18x9.5 (Rear) Nismo LMGT4s
- Nitto Extreme NT555  245/40/18 (Front) 275/40/18 (Rear)

Exterior:
- Nismo RS Concept Hood
- Shine Auto Project Nismo V2 Style Front Bumper with Carbon Fiber Canards
- Shine Auto Project Nismo Style Sideskirts
- Shine Auto Project Nismo Style Rear Valences
- Nismo Stickers
- Carbon Fiber Z Emblem Filler
- S2K Shorty Antenna
- Evostyle Front/Rear Chrome Turn Signal Bulbs
- '06 LED Tail Lights
- 35% Tint
- Carbon fiber look vinyl over tail light reflectors

Interior:
- Nismo Ti Shift Knob
- Nissan Z Seatback Organizer
- Nissan Z Trunk Mat
- Nissan Cargo Net
- Pioneer Navigation/AM/FM/CD Head unit with Polk Audio Carbon Series C500.1 amp, custom box stuffed with two JL Audio 10 inch subs







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