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Keep the Z (archive)

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Posted by Steve on October 08, 1999 at 18:02:31:

In Reply to: Should I get an ///M3? posted by Justin (OKC) on October 08, 1999 at 15:05:58:

I could write a bunch of shit... Truth is both cars in stock form are awesome and your car is highly mod'ed making it better than an ///M

you'll regret it in the long run
Turbo ///M50

: I posted a few weeks ago about forced induction and you guys had some great info and advice. Thanks you very much. I am about to get some money that I could use for a down payment on an M3. I have wanted an M3 for a long time but have been working on my Z. I would like you guys to take a look at what I have done to my car and tell me some advantages that the M3 has over my Z (other than "it has a back seat"). This would really give me some prospective hearing this kind of info from people who have driven M3's much more than I have. Thanks in advance for you input. Here's the mod list>>

: 1991 300ZX Twin Turbo
: Black Diamond Pearl

: Performance:
: -Stage I: HKS Super Megaflow Intake & ASP Underdrive Pulley
: -Stage II: JWT Computer Upgrade
: -Stage III: Gutted Pre-Catalytic & Main Catalytic Converters
: -Stage IV: GReddy Street Performance Exhaust System
: -Stage V: A'pex-i Super AVC-R II Boost Controller (have to install)
: -HKS Sequential Blow-Off Valves (+)
: -JUN Flywheel (+)
: -RPS Turbo Carbon Clutch
: -NISMO Pilot Bushing
: -Air Injection Valves Removed
: -NGK PFR6B-11 Spark Plugs
: -Blitz Dual Turbo Timer
: -Stillen Short Throw Shifter
: -Razo Titanium/Stainless Pedals

: Brakes & Suspension:
: -Yokohama AVS Wheels and AVS Intermediates
: --front 17"x9" with 255/40ZR17
: --rear 18"x9.5" with 275/35ZR18
: -Gloss Black Calipers
: -Skyline Calipers in Front
: -Skyline Cross-drilled Rotors (f/r)
: -Air Guides (93+)
: -Stainless Steel Brake Lines
: -Axxis Metal Masters
: -H&R Springs
: -OEM Nissan KYB Adjustable Shocks
: -SGP Adjustable Tension Rods
: -Modified Upper Links
: -Suspension Techniques Stabilizer Bars

: Engine Compartment:
: -Polished Intake Plenum
: -Polished Throttle Bodies
: -Polished Throttle Bracket
: -Polished Crank Angle Sensor
: -Polished Coolant Tubes
: -Polished SGP Billet Oil Cap
: -Chrome Power Steering Reservoir
: -Yellow Powder Coated Balance Tube & Fuel Rail
: -Yellow Powder Coated Spark Plug Coil Brackets
: -Yellow Powder Coated Valve Covers
: -Yellow Powder Coated Turbo Tubes
: -Optima Yellow Top Deep Cycle Battery
: -Custom Battery Cover
: -Custom Black Throttle Cover

: Fluids:
: -Redline Water Wetter
: -Redline MT-90 Transmission Fluid
: -Redline 75w90 Differential Fluid
: -Mobil 1 5w30 Engine Oil
: -ATE Super Blue Racing Brake Fluid

: Exterior:
: -Fairlady Z Clear Corner Lenses (front)
: -Fairlady Z Emblem (rear)
: -1990 Model Nose Panel
: -Oklahoma License Plate: MYFRLDY

: Security & Stereo:
: -Clifford Concept 40 Security System
: -Kenwood KDC-PS907 CD/Tuner
: -Linear Power 2502IQ Amplifiers (Two)
: -Linear Power XO-2 Crossover
: -Dynaudio System 220 Component Set
: --mounted behind factory kick panels
: -Dynaudio 8" Subwoofers (Two)
: --mounted behind factory door panels
: -Alpine Subwoofer Controller
: -Lightning Audio 1 Farad Capacitor
: -Streetwires Cables and Interconnects

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