Nissan 350Z lowered on coilovers

Best G35 / 350Z Coilovers? Go lower and get faster.

The Infiniti G35 and Nissan 350Z, sharing much of the same design, are great handling sports cars just the way they came. However, there's always room to improve, and lots of aftermarket parts companies have worked to make that happen.

Coilovers improve your stock suspension by replacing the OEM strut and spring, while also giving you more adjustability. They let you lower your car, not only for the aesthetic, but for improving handling with a lower center of gravity and decreasing body roll. While lowering springs are another option, coilovers will give you much more control over the way your car handles.

We've rounded up the top coilovers for G35 and 350Z, whether you just want lower ride height or want all-out handling performance.


BC Racing BR Series true rear coilovers for Nissan 350Z

Our Top Choice: BC Racing BR Series

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Front Spring Rate: 12 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: 5 kg/mm
Damping Adjustment: 30 levels
Style: Monotube

BC Racing's BR Series coilovers are reasonably priced and very well made. They're perfect for daily drivers that see the occasional weekend track day or autocross event.

These coilovers have separately adjustable ride height, letting your car up to 4-5 inches (depending on your exact model) without ruining the ride quality. They have 30 levels of damping adjustment, letting you find the perfect balance between a softer ride and handling performance.

They come with Swift springs preinstalled, typically a premium option on many coilovers. The upper mounts are made from solid machined aluminum. They have a true rear coilover design, meaning the strut and spring are combined in the rear into a single unit.

This coilover kit also comes with a 1-year warranty, protecting you from any premature failure. They're rebuildable, so with available replacement parts will last the life of the car or more. For most drivers, we think this is the all-around best choice.



Godspeed MonoSS Coilovers for Nissan 350Z and Infiniti G35

Best Budget Coilover: Godspeed MonoSS Coilovers

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Front Spring Rate: 12 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: 10 kg/mm
Damping Adjustment: 16 levels
Style: Monotube

Another option on the more affordable side, Godspeed's MonoSS coilovers are great for street driving, but should also help out with occasional track use. The stiffer spring rates help improve handling. With the damping adjustment and independent height adjustment, you can preserve some ride quality too.

We recommend these if you're on a budget, but still want something quality, and want sportier feeling suspension compared to stock.


Rev9 Hyper-Street II coilovers for Nissan 350Z and Infiniti G37

Rev9 Hyper-Street II

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Front Spring Rate: 14 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: 12 kg/mm
Damping Adjustment: 32 levels
Style: Monotube

The Rev9 Hyper-Street II are a popular budget-friendly coilover for a number of cars, and they're available for the Infiniti G35 and Nissan 350Z as well. They have independently adjustable height and 32 steps of damper adjustment for fine tuning the balance between comfort and performance.

These coilovers are designed to lower your vehicle and keep the ride quality similar to how it was stock. If your car is a daily driver, and you want that lowered stance look on a budget, these coilovers are a solid option.


JRZ RS Pro Coilovers for 350Z and G35

JRZ RS Pro Coilovers

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Front Spring Rate: ?? kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: ?? kg/mm
Damping Adjustment Levels: 12 compression, 15 rebound
Style: Monotube

If you want to go all-out for the best performance on the track, the JRZ RS Pro coilovers are for you. Their external reservoirs give them extra fluid capacity, meaning they're more resilient to heat. With heavy track use and constant heavy load, this helps them to perform more consistently. In addition to the separately adjustable compression and rebound, the gas pressure is adjustable from 100 to 350 psi for even more control.


JRZ RS Street Coilovers

JRZ RS Street Coilovers

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Front Spring Rate: ?? kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: ?? kg/mm
Damping Adjustment Levels: 15 compression, 9 rebound
Style: Twin tube

Another great option from JRZ, these coilovers are made with more street use in mind, while still delivering excellent performance on the track. They're some of the best quality coilovers on the market, designed to keep your ride smooth while handling very well when you push the car to its limits.


Fortune Auto 500 Series coilovers

Fortune Auto 500 Series

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Front Spring Rate: 10 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: 8 kg/mm
Damping Adjustment: 24 levels
Style: Monotube

The Fortune Auto 500 Series are some of the best high quality coilovers you'll find, targeted at primarily daily drivers that see some weekend track use. The have solid aluminum top mounts, and each part such as the pistons and valves have been carefully developed and dyno tested. They are height adjustable and can be set up for a comfortable ride with their 24 levels of damping.

If you're looking for the best quality coilovers for your daily driver to lower your car, and improved handling is a priority, these are an excellent choice. Their mid level price point makes them a great choice for daily drivers and track cars alike.


Tein Street Basis Z Coilovers

Tein Street Basis Z Coilovers

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Front Spring Rate: 9 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: 9 kg/mm
Damping Adjustment: None
Style: Monotube

Just want to lower your 350Z or G35, and your car is a daily driver that doesn't see the track? These coilovers are made for you. Their simple design keeps the cost down, with just simple shocks and springs, similar to the stock setup, and brings it down to just a height adjustment. Their softer spring rates mean you won't break your back over every bump, but you can still get the stance look on a budget.


TruHart StreetPlus Coilover Kit

TruHart StreetPlus Coilover Kit

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Front Spring Rate: 12 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate: 6.3 kg/mm
Damping Adjustment: None
Style: Monotube

The TruHart StreetPlus coilvovers are another great budget option. These are made for 350Z and G35 owners that want some extra handling performance from their car. If your car is mostly street driven, but you still love some spirited driving or autocross, these are great.


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