Tip & How-To about Nissan 300ZX
Here's a quick way to set your 300ZX up for more responsive handling. You can leave it this way permanently, or just do it for autocross days or a nice day that has you itching for some fun.
The car has two-position shock settings - sport and touring. To give the car a more lively, tossable handling feel, set the shocks in the Touring position, then open the hood, unplug the actuators on top of the front shocks, and close the hood. Get back in, flick the switch to Sport, and hit the road. This way, your front shocks are set soft (Touring) but the rears are stiffened up in Sport, which will make your car a little more tail-happy and willing to rotate in the turns. Enjoy:)
Posted by Jeremy... on
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