The snow has melted in most parts of the world, so customers are gearing up for what will be a hot Spring and an even hotter Summer. And if you just so happen to be an owner of a 2008-2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster, then you’ll want to pay attention. Schmidt Revolution has prepared a tuning package for the roadster that offers a new set of wheels, a new coilover suspension and a stainless steel exhaust system to get the car ready for those long, top down rides.

Starting from the bottom up, Schmidt Revolution will have two sets of wheels for customers to choose from. Variant 1 includes a new set of three-part C-Line wheels, size 9.5x20-inch front and 12x20-inch rear, with 245/30-20 and 305/25-20 Hankook tires for a price of $7,200. The next version, Variant 2, will include wheels, size 21", with 245/30-21 and 295/25-21 tires. This set goes for $8,600. Both sets come with Radinox-coated rims that are washable and suitable for everyday use.

Further customization for the Nissan 370Z Roadster comes from a new H&R coilover system that allows the 370Z to hug the ground a little tighter and a new stainless steel exhaust system along with dampers for a more appropriate engine sound. The coilover system can be had for $1,600, while the exhaust system pushes the envelope further at $6,500.

No changes were made to boost performance for the 370Z Roadster, so the customer will have to make due with the 3.7 Liter DOHC V6 engine already situated under its hood. This engine will produce 332 HP, up 26 HP from the old VQ35 engine thanks to the new Variable Valve Event and Lift control (VVEL) which manipulate the motor’s breathing too ensure optimum respiration and allow for the car’s redline to be raised by 1000 revs all the way up to 7500 RPM. The engine is mated to either a seven speed automatic with Downshift Rev Matching or a close ratio six speed manual with throttle blipping SynchroRev Match.

  • 2008 - 2010 Nissan 370Z by Schmidt Revolution
  • Year:
    2008- 2010
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    DOHC V6
  • Transmission:
    seven speed automatic or six-speed manual
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    332 at 7,500 rpm
  • Displacement:
    3,700 L
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  (504) posted on 12.20.2011

It looks like a batman vehicle on that background, and it really looks great on that! smiley just too bad that they only use a V6 engine on it, which is so weak.

  (683) posted on 12.4.2011

Yeah! It looks so noticeable on that background! smiley Anyway, I just don’t like its wheels even the fact that it doesn’t have an efficient and impressive engine output.

  (507) posted on 05.25.2011

Hahaha! I like the Spiderman comparison. The black color that they have chosen for this one really makes it look very aggressive, which is cool in my book.

  (458) posted on 05.12.2011

I agree with you this is like a car version of Spiderman the movie, And probably the greatest adventure of this type model ever done.

  (702) posted on 05.4.2011

The exhaust system to get the car ready for those long trip, And which has own set of wheels to choose from.

  (592) posted on 04.20.2011

I like the color designs that put in this car its look sophisticated and elegant. The features of this engine seems to be less powerful. Maybe because the style is just an ordinary car made.

  (337) posted on 04.19.2011

Well, the 370Z is already well known for being a great car. But am really amazed at the extent of improvement that Schmidt did on this one.

  (600) posted on 04.18.2011

Well, the performance of this one is still at part with that of the standard 37)Z. That in itself will definitely make the car all that great.

  (708) posted on 04.15.2011

I am not really all that worried about the lack of engine boost, as the current engine output is already enough for me. This is still a 307Z after all, so I am pretty sure that it will have great performance.

  (473) posted on 04.15.2011

One thing that I really love about the 370Z is that its design is really looks good even though it is a previous generation model. And the tuners actually made good use of that here.

  (412) posted on 04.15.2011

Well, since they have based this one on a 2008 edition 370Z, it really isn’t that surprising that it is not all that powerful. Though I would agree that they could have tweaked the engine at least a bit.

  (302) posted on 04.15.2011

 Well I think, Schmidt Revolution is not the best tuning company that I know. IMO, 26 hp increase for the tuner is not that impressive.

  (334) posted on 04.15.2011

I like this Spyder version and the upgrade in the exterior especially on the wheels! However, when it comes to the engine I think its less powerful!

  (466) posted on 04.14.2011

Aside from the color, I think this car is less powerful. The technology used for the engine is already outdated that’s why the output power is less satisfying.

  (474) posted on 04.14.2011

This car was made for summer special but the paint job was black theme. I’d prefer that they used a more vibrant color to make the car looks so refreshing!

  (449) posted on 04.14.2011

I just recalled the girl who pointed a gun at her mom to get a car was actually wanting a 370Z. Well, if that car looks like this, I can see why the kid would go crazy.

  (798) posted on 04.14.2011

The 370Z is actually one of my favorite cars, and this one is certainly a nice take on that. Just look at those wheel, I am definitely loving those.

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