Nissan Fairlady Z 280Z-L 2seater (S130) ’78

I really like the looks of this car and it is crazy to think it came out in 1978 because of just how insane it still looks. I have mine painted in matt black for that stealthed out look, but it actually looks cool in pretty much any colour. The greatest thing about this car is its looks, but it is severely lacking in power. It can drift well, but takes a lot of getting used to since you really have to push it to the limits in order to hold a drift. Roughly 300hp is just not enough for this to be a great drift car. However, I would put this car into more of the advanced drifter category for that exact reason. Not just anybody can be a pro drifting it. It takes a lot of planning before every corner on just how much throttle to use and how much to turn the wheel to get the perfect drift. I would definitely recommend this car be used at smaller tracks as it has a hard time making larger corners.

Tune was made by PSN ModernMayan and Shmogt.

Car Nissan Fairlady Z 280Z-L 2seater (S130) ’78
Drivetrain FR
Horsepower 305 HP/6000 rpm
Torque 298.3 ft-lb/5000 rpm
Weight 1026 kg
Miles 15.5
Performance Points 477

PARTS

Best of all parts. Comfort hard tires.

BODY/CHASSIS

NOS 0%
Downforce 0/5
Weight Balance 0/0
Power Limiter 100%

TRANSMISSION

Set it top speed, gears, final

1st 4.097
2nd 2.978
3rd 2.330
4th 1.907
5th 1.592
6th 1.370
Final 3.504
Top Speed 112 mph (180 kmph)

LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL

FRONT REAR
Initial xx 60
Accel xx 60
Braking xx 5

SUSPENSION

FRONT REAR
Ride Height 90 95
Spring Rate 3.31 3.70
Compression 1 4
Extension 3 6
Anti-Roll 2 2
Camber 0.5 1.5
Toe -0.20 0.25

BRAKES

FRONT REAR
Brake Balance 3 3
  • n240sx94

    Great tune. Glad to see you making drift tunes again! Keep up the good work!

  • Nate Silver

    HAHA YEAH! i finally found a car i can use to drift instead of spinning out. thanks Shmo you helped me enjoy GT6 drifting. my new record on Tsukuba is 11,962 pts with this car.

    • Pretty good. Keep working at it and you’ll get even better.

  • Bob Świerczewski

    verry cool