How much should you lower a 350Z?

How much should you lower a 350Z?

Our Runner-Up Nissan 350Z Lowering Springs Choice With a sensible drop of around one-inch, this will provide the perfect reduction for your daily driver, without having to worry about rubbing or scraping.

What type of suspension on 350Z?

Despite sharing its platform, the 350Z had unique engineering in the front suspension system. Building on a sound aerodynamic platform, Nissan engineers added a design for the 350Z front suspension and steering that would enhance the driving experience. Overall, they kept two main goals in sight.

Will lowering springs improve traction?

A vehicle with no suspension is essentially equivalent to a vehicle with an infinitely high spring rate. As you decrease the spring rate, the suspension is able to conform better to road irregularities, and thus grip improves.

What is the ground clearance of a Nissan 350Z?

Nissan 350Z Dimensions 2003

Nissan 350Z Height 1329mm
Nissan 350Z Ground clearance unladen 108mm
Nissan 350Z Wheelbase 2650mm
Nissan 350Z Weight 1558kg
Nissan 350Z Turning circle 10.8m

Are whiteline Springs good?

Whiteline Performance Springs. Whiteline performance springs deliver improved vehicle performance whilst maintaining safety and ride quality characteristics. By lowering the vehicles centre of gravity, the unique and progressive rate coil design not only improves performance but enhances overall appearance.

Are lowering springs or coilovers better?

Coilovers are a great alternative to a lowering spring set up because they allow you to adjust your ride height and come in many setups, from daily use to full track rated. Unlike lowering springs, you are not stuck with a single and stiffness.

How fast is a 350Z 0 60?

2002 Nissan 350Z 287 PS 0-60, quarter mile, specs

0-60 mph 5.8 seconds
Top speed 250 kph / 155 mph
Price $37,000
Curb weight 1532 kilograms (3377 pounds)
Year introduced 2002