- Horsepower @ RPM:
- Torque @ RPM:
- 3.7 L
- 0-60 time:
- 4.7 sec.
- Top Speed:
- 155 mph (Est.)
As no surprise, Senner started its job under the Z’s hood where it installed an INJEN cold-air-intake system with hydro-shield wind deflector and remapped the ECU to squeeze a few more ponies from the 3.7-liter V-6. There is also a new stainless steel exhaust system connected to a fan-type exhaust pipe and 400-cell sports catalysts. All these updates have increased the 3.7-liter engine’s output from the standard 330 horsepower to a total of 368 horsepower. Peak torque also jumped from 269 pound-feet to 299 pound-feet.
Senner didn’t hang up its wrenched after tuning the engine, as is also slapped on a set of 20-inch Work Varianza T1S wheels wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 5P tires sized 245/30R20 up front and 295/25R20 out back.
Rims and tires aren’t quite enough to push the 370Z to another level, so Senner also added in a compression and rebound-adjustable KW variation 3-Inox coilover kit, and adjustable control levers on the rear axle to allow for fine alignment tweaks on the back end.
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Nissan 370Z by Senner Tuning in Detail
After finishing up the power and handling aspects of the Z, Senner turned to its exterior where it installed numerous carbon-fiber accessories, like the door handles. The tuner then tinted the rear side glass for some extra privacy. Also added in was a set of black Fairlady Z emblems on the front and rear.
For the interior, Senner opted for a carbon-fiber trim on the speedometer cover, the border strip of the rotary speed sensor, the covers and inlays of additional instruments and the door handle. The 370Z mod was then capped off by a new hi-fi audio system from Audiotyme.
gallery: Nissan 370Z by Senner Tuning
That new cars cost a few hundred Euros more after undergoing facelift measures is a known cross-market reality. The more reason Nissan surprised the market in the spring of last year after announcing that the facelift version of the 2013 370Z sportscar that was available with immediate effect was on offer for a lofty €5,850 CHEAPER! Almost six grand are henceforth left in the wallet of the new car purchaser of the 370Z in the face of this unusual price reduction – and this can of course, be perfectly invested in tuning actions.
Senner Tuning from Ingelheim has a comprehensive tuning portfolio on offer for all 370Z models. The Z-coupe shown here has for instance, been placed on the 9x20 and 11x20-inch Work Varianza T1S wheels by Senner Tuning. To match the color of the car, the stars of the two-part welded high-end alloy wheel beds were kept in high-gloss black while the anodized external beds shine bright in chrome effect. The rims were combined with the Continental Sport Contact 5P tires of sizes 245/30R20 and 295/25R20.
To complement the compression and rebound-adjustable KW variation 3-Inox coilover kit, the tuning expert installed adjustable control levers on the rear axle for the adjustment of the toe and camber values.
The performance of the thunderbolt was boosted by Senner Tuning by installing the company’s own stainless steel exhaust system connected to a fan-type exhaust pipe and 400-cell sports catalyzers (including front muffler and X-pipe, 2 x 63.5 mm pipe diameter, EC Operating License), an INJEN-Cold Air Intake-Systems with hydro-shield wind deflector and adaptation of engine characteristics from 330 to the present 368 Horse Power taking new situations into due consideration. The torque grew parallel to this from 366 to 406 Nm. Moreover, an electronic power converter additionally optimizes the response behavior of the engine and after the elevation of the Vmax limitation, the 370Z is now able to convert its power into speed in an unlimited manner. The gear and rear axle upgrade kit including high-end oil additive guaranty a calmer run, less wear and higher stability.
The exterior and interior of the Nissan were upgraded by Senner Tuning with diverse carbon accessories: in addition to the door handle recesses and the cooling plate, there are also the speedometer cover including the border strip of the rotary speed sensor, the covers and inlays of additional instruments as well as the door handle recesses made of glittering high-tech material. Black Fairlady Z emblems are also obtainable for the front and rear. The rear side glasses of the coupé were shaded by Senner. While the Senner team installed additional instruments for oil pressure and exhaust temperature on the A-pillar, the company Audiotyme from Altdorf took on the task of extensively upgrading the hi-fi system of the vehicle.