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13 Oct 2011 10:13 PM  
$28K firm. That’s under the “fair” price on KBB. Not to mention about 10k worth of mods included.

Location: Los Angeles

Well let's see, we'll start with the basics:
• 2009 370Z 6 MT Sport + Touring (GPS is aftermarket and installed)
• Chicane yellow baby!
• 20,XXX miles
• VIN - JN1AZ44EX9M402608
• No accidents / clean title

Okie dokie.. on to the good stuff
• Technosquare ECU reflash (+11 whp / 10 torque, no top speed limiter, 8K rpm, kick azz throttle resp)
• Technosquare oil cooler
• Challenge Comp adjustable coilovers
• JWT lightweight flywheel
• JWT heavy duty clutch (not installed but included)
• Stillen swaybars
• Stillen Gen III intake
• Stillen HFC's
• Stillen CBE
• G Spec SS brake lines
• B&M short shift kit
• Ichiba 15mm spacers (rear)
• Nismo shift knob (not installed but included ~ black)
• Axis Super Hiro wheels / matte black with yellow pinstripe
• Ferodo racing pads
• VIS Racing carbon fiber hood
• CF mirror covers
• Hardwired V1 (I will throw this in)

Stock parts included are:
• full exhaust
• intakes
• 2 stock front tires with about 500 miles on them
• Stock hood • Stock side trunk pieces (taken out for easier access to coilover adjusters)

As some of you may know my car was featured on the cover of DSport Magazine in the Sept. 2009 edition. I have 1 copy still sealed in the plastic wrap complete with DVD and I will throw those in as well. Well what can I say about the car… hmmm… it’s been to Auto Club Speedway 3 times and performs beautifully. One of the first things I had installed on the car was the oil cooler so this car has never seen any “limp” mode on or off the track. It has always been a real blast to drive. Dyno sheets put the car at 315 rwhp (see dyno sheet pic). I run the Motul RBF600 brake fluid in it and have done a little custom work in order to direct cooler airflow to the intakes (no ugly vacuum tubing here kids). I have changed the oil every 3-4 thousand miles (always Mobil 1) and use both the magnetic oil drain plug as well as the filter magnet. Car has a few bumps and bruises but NO dings or dents whatsoever. Hey this is a car… that’s been to the track. Anybody that knows me knows that I meticulously take care of my cars however I don’t really sweat the small stuff. What else… I have a Magellan nav hardwired in the cubby. I will throw that in since it’s all set up. Interior is pristine. Oh I should mention that I have only one key… I can’t figure out for the life of me what happened to my other key. Lost it the second I got home from the dealership. A/C needs a recharge.

Not going to part out so don’t ask.

Coilovers currently in vehicle…

On the Church’s dyno… (dyno’d 315 rwhp at Technosquare on DynoDynamics)

Getting shot for the cover of DSPORT…

Hardwired nav & V1 (actual V1 included!)

I’ll even throw in this little guy (+50 rwhp!) Note: it looks exactly like the real thing now…
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