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21 Jul

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Championship Winning 380RS-C

25 Dec

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The 380RS-C was a NISMO factory, built to order race car. While unseen on these shores, several teams took the ~$400,000 plunge when it was released, in order to effectively compete in the Super Taikyu Series. While the car itself is 5+ years old at this point, it is still extremely competitive. So much so that Endless took the championship in the ST-1 Class for 2012 (beating 2 BMW Z4-M’s and a Porsche 997). Not too shabby for an old timer!

Quickie

24 Nov

Jon got GT5 this morning…of course

Not a bad ride to have… Pretty quick too

Falken 380RS-C

13 Dec

Been studying more 380RS-C stuff this weekend, so here is another cool one!

M&M Motorsport 380RS-C

12 Dec

M&M campaigns this 380RS in the Super Taikyu series – I wish I could find more engine bay pics, but so far, this is all I could come up with.

Nissan Z’s @ The ‘Ring

23 May

From the 24 Hour Race taking place

NISMO 380RS Gas Pedal Install

2 Feb

Kwame found this mod, so first off all, props go out to him.  The stock 350Z gas pedal is perfectly straight.  The one from the 380RS has a small curve at the bottom, which makes it easier to heel-toe.  This is one of the easiest installs you’ll ever do!

The stock gas pedal is secured to the pedal lever with a small plastic clip on the backside.  Using a flathead screwdriver, you can easily pop the clip off.  Be careful, as you’ll need to reuse the clip later.

380RS Pedal Install #1 - Plastic Mounting Clip

380RS Pedal Install #1 - Plastic Mounting Clip

Once the plastic clip is removed, the whole gas pedal will pivot downwards.  Once the pedal is flipped downward, just slide it to the left and the whole pedal will come off the pivot arm.  Slide the new 380RS pedal onto the pivot arm the same way the old one came off

380RS Pedal Install #3

380RS Pedal Install #3

Next, flip the pedal back upwards so it’s facing you the right way.  Take the plastic clip you removed in step one, and snap it back onto the back mounting tabs of the pedal, around the pedal lever.  It’s a tight fit and quite dark down there.  I used a drop light in the car to make sure everything was lining up, and then wrapped a towel on the front of the pedal and used a pair of pliers to snap the plastic clip back into place.  Viola – install complete!

380RS Pedal Installation #4 - Complete!

380RS Pedal Installation #4 - Complete!

Here you can see the difference between the 380RS pedal and the OEM pedal.  380RS on left, OEM on right.

380RS Gas Pedal vs. OEM Pedal

380RS Gas Pedal vs. OEM Pedal

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“Super Light” I Love You!

1 Nov

The Amuse Superleggera Nismo 380RS, the name says it all…

Amuse Superleggera Nismo 380RS

Amuse Superleggera Nismo 380RS