Leojang’s Turbo G35 Anime Beast

On June 16, 2021, in Articles, by O HELLA OEM

Name: Leo Jang
Vehicle: 2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe
Hometown: Baltimore

Engine Modifications:

VTR Stage 3 built long block, VTR Stage 4 ported and polished head, ARP studs, CP pistons, Darton MID sleeve, ACL/Calico bearings, Cometic dead gasket, Ferrea titanium valves and valve springs, JWT turbo cams, custom fuel system w/twin Bosch pump, 850cc DW injectors, NGK iridium spark plugs, Unorthodox underdrive pulleys, Nismo crank, oil pump, JWT 700bb twin turbo kit, Hydra EMS, GReddy intercooler, Koyo 53mm racing radiator, Dual 10” Flex-a-fan with custom thermostat, HKS Hi-Power exhaut, custom powdercoated pipings, polished manifold, chromed engine front cover, Vibrant intercooler hoses, Samco radiator hoses, ARC oil cap, ARC radiator eastyl cap, ARC oil catch Can, ARC strut bar, RareJDM harness cover, WeaponR steering/coolant tank.


NWP Engineering VIAS Block Plate Kits for the VQ35

On June 16, 2021, in Articles, by O HELLA OEM

WP Engineering VIAS Block Plate Kits allow for an easy and clean way to block off your intake manifold once you are done modifying it. The Premium Block Plate has recently been redesigned slightly to improve the look of the NWP Logo and provide a crisper and cleaner appearance.

Kit Includes:

- 1/4″ High Quality CNC Machined Variable Intake Actuator Block Plate
(Made from Polished 6061 Billet Aluminum)
- 3 Properly Sized Silver Zinc Plated Flange Bolts
- VIAS Control Solenoid Valve Vacuum Cap
- Printed Detailed Installation Instructions with gonfiabili Photos
- Two Die Cut Silver Vinyl NWP Engineering Decals


- (04-08) Nissan Maxima (6th generation 3.5L DOHC V6 VQ35DE)
- (02-03) Nissan Maxima (5th generation 3.5L DOHC V6 VQ35DE)
- (02-06) Nissan Altima (3.5L DOHC V6 VQ35DE)
- (03-07) Nissan Murano (3.5L DOHC V6 VQ35DE)
- (04-08) Nissan Quest (3.5L DOHC V6 VQ35DE)
- (02-04) Infiniti I35 (3.5L DOHC V6 VQ35DE)

Price: $60


Some of you may know him as z350boy, but just about everyone knows him as “Pops” from OTSZ (Official TSZ). This man has done up his VQ35 powered Nissan 350Z to the fullest extent. I don’t have all the details on the car right now, but I do know he recently had VTR (Vinny Ten Racing) build up a nice engine for him. Complete with all the power to kill those “XZOTIKS” out there, who think that because they spent 200,000 on a car, that their shit don’t stink, and can walk over everyone on the roads! Well let me tell you, Pop’s VQ35 is not the one to mess with.

With Amuse suspension that tightens and lowers as the speed increases while he’s pushin’ it to the limit, this car handles like butter baby. You can actually see it lower slightly when he starts getting on it. Gotta love it man! I know we do pula pula inflavel!

Now everyone is a fan of a built motor, well this VQ35 was not always built. He was running a JWT TT on a stock block with some tune and ripping challengers apart. This VQ35 is putting out around 500hp to the wheels and is roaming the streets of NY, ready to show and proove to the big boys, the exotics. You gotta love the look on their faces when the VQ35 shits on their 200,000 ride.


Got Stance?

On June 16, 2021, in Articles, by O HELLA OEM


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Track Test: Nitto NT05 Review

On June 16, 2021, in Articles, by O HELLA OEM

From the very beginning, I mean moments after mounting the NT05’s on my 2004 Nissan 350Z I instantly became excited. (Normally I’m NOT raving over trying new tires, as I have had many many many different tires on my 350z, being an avid drifter and local autocross entrant.) Reason being, my 350z is equipped with a full two-way clutch locking differential and simply backing out of my garage after installation and turning out of my driveway I heard my rear differential clunk and pop a lot louder and more pronounced than ever.

Nitto NT05

Nitto NT05

Definitely much more versus diff lock and tire slip and squeal. That alone was a clear sign that these tires were very sticky and is what got me excited to run these tires.

I had a great amount of time daily driving them in dry weather, so for the remaining section of the review (until noted) hüpfburg will be dry contact driving over multiple outings.

The NT05’s stick greatly, point the car in the direction your aiming and holding true is very confidence inspiring with these tires. I would honestly have to say a notch above some of the best tires I have tried. Grip is definitely noticeable and in general the NT05’s give you a great overall sense of “hugging” the street.

I then went to a remote road section and was able do switch backs and overly aggressive grip U-turns in order to see if I could feel or loose the NT05’s and was able to do so, but only on wildly aggressive maneuvers so in my book they preformed amazing. The sidewalls held great and I can’t say these tires are a hard sidewall but they are definitely not soft. I did specifically try to rim check with these tires going over horrible protruding railroad crossings and I was never able to hit wheel so the sidewalls held up great. Comfort level was great and never any harsh shock or jerk to prove otherwise.



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