Schmidt Revolution Nissan 370Z

You can experience how combining the power of a 3.7-liter V6 engine with the same aerodynamics as the attractive sporty roadster has, becomes already a special kind of adventure. Especially if this engine has the Nissan 370Z roadster’s VVEL system (Variable Valve Event and Lift), which is developed to control the variable valve lift and timing characteristics over the entire speed range. And the limited slip differential called VSLD (probably stands for Viscous Limited Slip Differential) reducing the slip on the rear axle. This can also be resolved with a wheel set by Schmidt Revolution.

The PFA Creativ company from Lennestadt presented two versions of the “legs” for the eye-catching version of the 370Z roadster available since 2008 to 2010 to get more prestige and performance in a spectacular way. The three-part C-Line wheels used for this purpose were provided by the apparently inexhaustible source of Schmidt Revolution from Bad Segeberg. Variant 1 consists of 9.5x20-inch front wheels and 12x20-inch rear wheels with 245/30-20 and 305/25-20 Hankook tires. Variant 2 (built-in size) includes 9.5 x21-inch front rims and 11,5x21-inch rear rims with 245/30-21 and 295/25-21 tires. Finally, it is probably worthwhile to mention the spectacular Radinox-coated rims which are completely washable and thus are suitable for everyday use.

Source: Schmidt Revolution press

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