Nissan 370Z Mods

One of the most popular sports cars on the road, the Nissan 370Z has a huge aftermarket for modifications and accessories. While it's a great car from the factory, any car enthusiast wants to make their cars faster and better. We've researched some of the best 370Z mods that you can buy and make your car even better.

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The Nissan 370Z first went on sale in December of 2008 in Japan, as the Fairlady Z Coupe. In 2009, it was released in North America under the 370Z name. The 2009 model made 332 hp and 270 ft-lbs of torque from the factory.

A more high-performance version of the car, the NISMO 370Z, also first released in 2009, made slightly more power at 350 hp, and made 276 ft-lbs of torque.

Although the 370Z has undergone many other changes with its technology, small styling updates, and other changes over the years, its power output and 3.7L VQ37VHR V6 engine has remained unchanged.

If you're looking to make more power and improve your 370Z's performance, then we hope our list of the best 370Z mods helps.

ThinkTuning is a blog dedicated to car enthusiasts who love modifying, tuning, racing, and just driving their cars. We have guides and reviews for the top modifications you can purchase to make your car better and faster. We feature guides on car modification and buying the right mods, and car culture.

We have car mod guides for the Subaru WRX and WRX STI, Subaru BRZ / Toyota 86 / Scion FR-S, and Nissan 370Z with more to come. We’ve noticed that it’s challenging to find all the information you need when modifying your car, so we’ve decided to try and collect, and combined with experience, make it easy car enthusiasts to modify and tune their own cars.
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