JoeZie Update

JoeZie has once again gone under the knife in the last year and is back with a new look.  Any good plastic surgeon would agree that she’s radially changed her look.  The photos I took are terrible, please excuse the quality.

Click me for an earlier post about JoeZie.


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 All lights are LED now, front to back.


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Speaks for itself.


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The old clutch (pictured above) was slipping so it was time to replace and upgrade the flywheel with our SZ Flywheel.  We installed our Max Street Clutch.

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We strapped her back onto the rollers to see where she’s been up after replacing the clutch and flywheel.


The results were hard to believe at first.  The blue run was performed a couple years ago.  Both runs were done at the exact same tunes and boost level (100 octane fuel).  All that was changed were the clutch and flywheel.  Looks like the old clutch never held the power and the flywheel helped with some of that too.  522 whp versus 446 whp was  an outstanding amount of peak power increase!

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Congrats Joe!

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Comments (4)

  1. Luke Momodu Jr

    Nice car. Where did you get the rear wide fenders and what are the wheel/tire specs?

  2. Hi Luke, I am not sure to be honest with you. Joe (the owner) would be the one to talk to.

  3. Michael M

    How much did this build cost? I have a 1990 300zx N/A (which from what i’ve heard is the exact same thing except Joe’s is a TT conversion).

  4. Builds of this nature (engine\drivetrain performance only) can easily cost upwards of $25k+.

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