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I am new to the 370z but definately plan on tracking it. I've done plenty of track days on a bike (and some racing in the CMRA) but none ever

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Old 09-29-2016, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am new to the 370z but definately plan on tracking it. I've done plenty of track days on a bike (and some racing in the CMRA) but none ever in a car. The track day best practices thread is awesome but was hoping to get a little deeper. What are you track day upgrades, settings, setup.

Year/Model/Transmission
Wheel Brand/Size/Offset:
Tires/Size:
Pressure:
Brakes/Pads:
Sway bars/settings:
Camber arms:
What Camber/Caster/Toe are you running:
Oil Cooler Brand/Size:
Fluids:
Coilovers/Springs:
Rebound/Compression: (maybe too in depth?)
Other suspension upgrades:
Seats/Harness:
Weight reduction:
Exhaust:
Power upgrades:
Fuel system:
Wing:

Any other setup options?

What are your next upgrades/Changes:

Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications?

My apologies if something like this is already out there.
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What are you trackday upgrades,
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But seriously there are very few things that you should change because you should learn the car first.
Upgrades
1. Safety
Brake Fluid
Brake Pads
Helmet of your own for a good fit.
2. Reliability
Oil Cooler 25-Row or more.
Maybe the CJM RoadRace Fuel setup depending on track and fuel starve situation. If you can keep the tank topped off between sessions or don't have too many high speed long right hand turns this may not be important.


After a few days you will see where you stand and upgrade/mod from there.
There is a sticky for track day best practices too that is very good.
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I meant for this to be less about the newbie track day (myself) and more about people comparing their track day setups. Not personally for my own use right off the bat but because I dont see anybody discussing this.

i.e in the paddock during my lone star track days all of us with penske triple rear shocks would discuss our rebound and compression settings for that track, that day.

Let people show off how they've already gotten the most out of their Z

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After a few days you will see where you stand and upgrade/mod from there.
There is a sticky for track day best practices too that is very good.
The track day best practices sticky is great for the track day beginner, not what I was going after.
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OH!

Year/Model/Transmission: 2011 Nismo 6MT
Wheel Brand/Size/Offset: Stock Nismo
Tires/Size: Bridgestone Pontenza RE-11 35/265 30/305
Brakes/Pads: RBF600, Z1 Slotted Rotors, Carbotec XP8s all around
Sway bars/settings: Stock
Camber arms: Stock
What camber are you running: NA
Oil Cooler Brand/Size: Setrab 25Row with thermostatic plate
Fluids: Redline 5w30
Coilovers/Springs: Stock
Rebound/Compression: (maybe too in depth?) NA
Other suspension upgrades: NA
Seats/Harness: Stock
Weight reduction: NA
Exhaust: Berk Test pipes, AAM Midpipes, AAM Short Tail
Power upgrades: Stillen CAI, Uprev tune
Fuel system: CJM Road Race Fuel pump setup

Any other setup options?
Changing the MT fluid helped the feel and smoothness of the gear box a lot
Quaife Differential
Z1 Clutch and elimination kit w/ RBF600 FLuid
Autocross to Win (DGs Autocross Secrets) - ATW Home Page makes for good reading

What are your next upgrades/Changes:
Hotchkiss Front Sway bar and endlinks
Maybe coilovers

Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications?
~7+ track days so pretty low experience.
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Awesome! Exactly what I was going for. Hopefully people will jump on board and share.

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Year/Model/Transmission: 2011 Nismo 6MT
Wheel Brand/Size/Offset: Stock Nismo
Tires/Size: Bridgestone Pontenza RE-11 35/265 30/305
Brakes/Pads: RBF600, Z1 Slotted Rotors, Carbotec XP8s all around
Sway bars/settings: Stock
Camber arms: Stock
What camber are you running: NA
Oil Cooler Brand/Size: Setrab 25Row with thermostatic plate
Fluids: Redline 5w30
Coilovers/Springs: Stock
Rebound/Compression: (maybe too in depth?) NA
Other suspension upgrades: NA
Seats/Harness: Stock
Weight reduction: NA
Exhaust: Berk Test pipes, AAM Midpipes, AAM Short Tail
Power upgrades: Stillen CAI, Uprev tune
Fuel system: CJM Road Race Fuel pump setup

Any other setup options?
Changing the MT fluid helped the feel and smoothness of the gear box a lot
Quaife Differential
Z1 Clutch and elimination kit w/ RBF600 FLuid
Autocross to Win (DGs Autocross Secrets) - ATW Home Page makes for good reading

What are your next upgrades/Changes:
Hotchkiss Front Sway bar and endlinks
Maybe coilovers

Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications?
~7+ track days so pretty low experience.
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Year/Model/Transmission: 2012 370z Roadster Sport Package
Wheel Brand/Size/Offset: Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Postions
Tires/Size: stock size for sport 19" rims
Brakes/Pads: OEM
Sway bars/settings:n/a
Camber arms:n/a
What camber are you running: stock
Oil Cooler Brand/Size: n/a
Fluids: Motul Dot4 brake fluid, redline dif oil, Nissan Ester Oil
Coilovers/Springs:n/a
Rebound/Compression: (maybe too in depth?)
Other suspension upgrades:n/a
Seats/Harness:n/a
Weight reduction:n/a
Exhaust: FI CBE 18" Res
Power upgrades: Stillen G3 CAI, EcuTek Tune
Fuel system: stock

Any other setup options?

What are your next upgrades/Changes: Stoptech slotted rotors and pads

Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications?

10+ track days in both a stock '09 Z and '12 loaded Z

My apologies if something like this is already out there.

(FLAME SUIT ON lol) If you have a '12 or newer you may not need an oil cooler as many people are making it sound as long as it is not FI obviously. I have done a lot of track days when its cooler out, ambient temp 70-80 degrees and my oil has never exceeded 240-ish. It may in the summer when ambient temps are over 100. '12+ have an "oil cooler" which doesn't do too much but I think its softens the edge a little bit. Until you start to learn the Z and drive the living sh!t out of it on the track you may be good without one for your first few days. The tracks I go to (autoclub, button willow, chuckwalla) I haven't really needed it and have been putting up some competitive times, usually mid pack out of all drivers that weekend. Anything earlier than '12 you may get away with 1 or 2 track days before hitting limp mode and discovering your Z (and your) comfort zones.
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Right on bshields!

So I paid particularly close attention to my oil temp today on the way home. 2016 Nismo Tech complexity stock with 400 miles. 240 degrees on the way home highway. 75 degrees outside temp.

Interestingly enough once I got out of the 45-50 mph traffics and cruised at 80 my oil temp came down.
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Year/Model/Transmission: 03 350Z
Wheel Brand/Size/Offset: 18x10.5
Tires/Size: 275 Pirelli Slick or Hoosier A7
Brakes/Pads: Stoptech ST40:Raybestos ST43 /Brembos: ST42 (may switch to 45/43)
Sway bars/settings: Front Hotchkis, no rear bar
Camber arms: SPL Everything
What camber are you running: -3.8 front/ -2.5 rear
Oil Cooler Brand/Size: Z1 34 row
Fluids: Redline 10w30/Motul Comp trans and diff fluid/PFC665 Brake Fluid
Coilovers/Springs: Custom Penske Race Shocks
Rebound/Compression: (maybe too in depth?) Classified
Other suspension upgrades: Not one stock piece, except the stock front lower control (though it has SPL bushings), and rear upper A-arm
Seats/Harness: Cobra/Scrothe Harness
Weight reduction: Around 2800 w/fuel when NA and about 2875 with the supercharger.
Exhaust: Jic Full Titanium
Power upgrades: Supercharged TT2 NASA car (~410whp)
Fuel system: GTR Injectors, DW300 fuel pump

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Ati racing damper
Re 11's 245/285
Fi oil cooler, lth,cbe
Stillen g3
Yaw switch
Ss brake lines
Motul fluids
Stillen brake ducts
Oem slotted rotors
Carotech xp10/8
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Rims:
Forgeline front and rear
Front- 19x9.5+25
Rear- 19x12 +28

Tires:
Mich Cup 2
Size- Front 285/35-19
Rear- 345/30-19

Brakes:
Carbotechs front 10, rear 8
Rotors- Racing Brake 2 piece rotors front and rear
Nismo RC brake ducts with a modded Stillen brake cooling kit with 3" hoses.
Ti heat shield for the pads
SS brake lines

Sway bars:
Front- Hotchkis -full stiff
Rear- Either the Hotchkis full soft or the stock Nismo bar

Camber arms:
SPL arms, and lower control arm bearings

Alignment specs:
Front-Camber, -2.2, Caster, +7, Toe, 1/16" in.
Rear, Camber -1.8, Toe, 1/16" in.

Oil Cooler Brand/Size:
Z1 34 row

Fluids:
Castrol SRF for both brake and clutch.
Mobil 1 0w-40 Euro blend

Coilovers/Springs:
Stock Nismo
Rebound/Compression: Classified

Other suspension upgrades:
The full SPL catalog

Seats/Harness:

Weight reduction:
Miss Piggy

Exhaust:
FI LTH's, 12" resonators, and FI CBE

Power upgrades:
Stillen G3 CAI, ported and port matched upper and lower manifolds by me, ATI crank dampener, indexed spark plugs, Up-rev tuned by RT Tuning

Fuel system:
CJM RRP

Front Aero:
Splitter set at zero degrees
Canards, 2 per side

Rear Diff:
OS Giken 1.5 way, set to 80% lock up.
MAM Diff cooler
Z1 diff cover

Any other setup options?
Driver mod. Z1 power steering cooler, Robispec interior cross bar, Yaw sensor mod, insulated clutch line. Look in my journal!

What are your next upgrades/Changes:
2017 Viper ACR

Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications?
Group 3 go fast crazies. Ex motorcycle racer from the '70's and '80's. Been doing trackdays since 2012 with the Z, and 10 years with a motorcycle.

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Wheel Brand/Size/Offset: 3 sets
Slicks: Braid Forged 18x10 ET30, F=no spacer, R=20mm spacer
Wets: Enkei RS05RR 18x10 ET 30 same
R-Specs: Enkei PF01 18x9.5 ET35 F=12.7mm spacer, R=25mm
Tires/Size: Depending on race class (R-Spec required for some events)
Slicks: 280/655R18 Dunlop
Wets: 280/655R18 Dunlop
R-Spec: 265/35R18 Yoki A050 (soft) and 275/35R18 NT01R (harder) - harder tyres required for Philip island which is high-wear circuit
Brakes/Pads: AP Racing 6-pot/4-pot over 355mm AP rotors, Endless or ProjectMu pads – sprint and enduro compounds depending on event (some 1 and 3-hour races)
Sway bars/settings: Whiteline full stiff front, rear full soft or disconnected depending on circuit
Camber arms: Front - SPL adjustable FUCA, OEM lower with SPL bearing, rear OEM with DELRIN bushings
What camber are you running: F -3.5, R -2.0
Oil Cooler Brand/Size: Setrab 25-row for engine, 13-row for gearbox and same for diff
Fluids: all Motul
Coilovers/Springs: KW3 with King springs (circuit dependent), Penske DA being built
Rebound/Compression: Circuit and track condition dependent (I have baseline settings for all circuits visited which is pre-set as starting position for track visits) - dampers tuned to dial the car in as required.
Other suspension upgrades: Whiteline front and rear bars, rod-ends on all drop links
Seats/Harness: Sparco FIA spec, harness FIA spec, BGTV8 Harness bar
Weight reduction: Now 1480kg dry – big diet coming (1280kg or less race weight objective – inc fluids/driver)
Exhaust: Hi-Tec stainless, PPE LTH, motorsport cats (cat delete when E85 installed), v-band joints to permit quick change to 95DBa race mufflers (75DBa required at some events)
Power upgrades: Usual induction/exhaust bolt-ons and UpRev tune
Fuel system: CJ Motorsports
Any other setup options: Choice of 3.9 diff with Kaaz centre, 4.1 diff with Quaife centre – circuit dependent
What are your next upgrades/Changes: 4-litre forged engine/steel crank, 14:1 comp, E85, 6x Jenvey ITB w/OnPoint Dyno manifold, 2 x 5-litre carbon airboxes, 35-row engine cooler, BGTV8 spec dry-sump system, uber-LW CrMo flywheel, OS Giken triple plate clutch, Motec M150 ECU and Motec CDL Dash, QBE69G sequential box, 3” carbon drive-shaft (old V8SuoperCar spec), load cell gear lever for true flat-shift, FIA 95-litre fuel cell and a ~250kg diet plus full FIA cage, cockpit adjustable front bar and full SPL rear also coming
Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications? Been running state and national sports cars since 1970’s and also historic touring car since 80’s. Z34 started as DD and track day car, now being upgraded to Full Race spec and will come off road registration with engine/gearbox upgrade.
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Slicks: Braid Forged 18x10 ET30, F=no spacer, R=20mm spacer
Wets: Enkei RS05RR 18x10 ET 30 same
R-Specs: Enkei PF01 18x9.5 ET35 F=12.7mm spacer, R=25mm
Tires/Size: Depending on race class (R-Spec required for some events)
Slicks: 280/655R18 Dunlop
Wets: 280/655R18 Dunlop
R-Spec: 265/35R18 Yoki A050 (soft) and 275/35R18 NT01R (harder) - harder tyres required for Philip island which is high-wear circuit
Brakes/Pads: AP Racing 6-pot/4-pot over 355mm AP rotors, Endless or ProjectMu pads sprint and enduro compounds depending on event (some 1 and 3-hour races)
Sway bars/settings: Whiteline full stiff front, rear full soft or disconnected depending on circuit
Camber arms: Front - SPL adjustable FUCA, OEM lower with SPL bearing, rear OEM with DELRIN bushings
What camber are you running: F -3.5, R -2.0
Oil Cooler Brand/Size: Setrab 25-row for engine, 13-row for gearbox and same for diff
Fluids: all Motul
Coilovers/Springs: KW3 with King springs (circuit dependent), Penske DA being built
Rebound/Compression: Circuit and track condition dependent (I have baseline settings for all circuits visited which is pre-set as starting position for track visits) - dampers tuned to dial the car in as required.
Other suspension upgrades: Whiteline front and rear bars, rod-ends on all drop links
Seats/Harness: Sparco FIA spec, harness FIA spec, BGTV8 Harness bar
Weight reduction: Now 1480kg dry big diet coming (1280kg or less race weight objective inc fluids/driver)
Exhaust: Hi-Tec stainless, PPE LTH, motorsport cats (cat delete when E85 installed), v-band joints to permit quick change to 95DBa race mufflers (75DBa required at some events)
Power upgrades: Usual induction/exhaust bolt-ons and UpRev tune
Fuel system: CJ Motorsports
Any other setup options: Choice of 3.9 diff with Kaaz centre, 4.1 diff with Quaife centre circuit dependent
What are your next upgrades/Changes: 4-litre forged engine/steel crank, 14:1 comp, E85, 6x Jenvey ITB w/OnPoint Dyno manifold, 2 x 5-litre carbon airboxes, 35-row engine cooler, BGTV8 spec dry-sump system, uber-LW CrMo flywheel, OS Giken triple plate clutch, Motec M150 ECU and Motec CDL Dash, QBE69G sequential box, 3 carbon drive-shaft (old V8SuoperCar spec), load cell gear lever for true flat-shift, FIA 95-litre fuel cell and a ~250kg diet plus full FIA cage, cockpit adjustable front bar and full SPL rear also coming
Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications? Been running state and national sports cars since 1970s and also historic touring car since 80s. Z34 started as DD and track day car, now being upgraded to Full Race spec and will come off road registration with engine/gearbox upgrade.
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Year/Model/Transmission 2009 370z Nismo, 6mt

Wheel Brand/Size/Offset:
TSW Nurburgring 18x10.5 +27 squared

Tires/Size:
Toyo r888 315/30-18 squared

Brakes/Pads:
Hawk DTC60 front/rear
Z1 stainless lines

Sway bars/settings:
Whiteline front bar full stiff

Camber arms:
Kinetics all around

What camber are you running:
-3.2 front, -1.75 rear

Oil Cooler Brand/Size:
25 row setrab, CSF radiator

Fluids:
motul 300v 5w30 for the engine
Redline trans/rear differential

Coilovers/Springs:
kw V3, converted 2.5" springs, 900lbs front, 750lbs rear

Rebound/Compression: (maybe too in depth?)
varies, almost always at full compression in the dry.

Other suspension upgrades:
rear subframe bushings etc.

Seats/Harness:
stock seat with RJS harnesses

Weight reduction:
none, 3350lbs

Exhaust:custom

Power upgrades:
GTM twin turbo kit, 580whp/495wtq. Lots of mods.

Fuel system:
custom surge tank in batter compartment with bosch 044 submerged inline. Lift pump is aem 320lph.

Any other setup options?
tomei limited slip. Stillen brake ducting, stillen bumper, vented hood.

What are your next upgrades/Changes:
Trans and differential coolers.

Also what is your experience level? Your driver qualifications?
Very exerienced, 5-8 track days a year, many autocrosses a year etc.

My apologies if something like this is already out there.
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