HPI Racing is proud to introduce both a 190mm and 200mm Nissan 350Z GReddy Twin Turbo Body, replica of the first big Nissan production based performance sports car since the old 300ZX. Nissan, the sleeping giant, has once again awoken and GReddy stepped in with additional power additives with twin turbo’s and massive horsepower gains with bolt-on products on the stock motor. This is what HPI Racing honors, and presents you a true-to-life scale replica capturing all of the details that make the 350Z a fan favorite. HPI already over- delivers beyond the power-to-weight ratio as scaled from what the 1:1 cars deliver, now you can style your car with the latest collaboration from Japan between manufacturer and tuner.
Included with the body is a huge pre-cut vinyl decal sheet with window lines, headlights, grilles, tail lights, HPI logos and extra “tuner” decals for a realistic look. A convenient overspray film is included, as well as vinyl window masks to make painting quick and easy. To make mounting the body simple, an instruction sheet is included and the body has dimple marks for drill locations. The 190mm width is perfect for most electric touring cars. 200mm is perfect on most Nitro touring cars.
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- Photorealistic die-cut premium vinyl decals include window frames, headlight, grille, tail lights, official logos and more!
- Actual headlight buckets included.
- Clear overspray film and pre-cut vinyl window masks make painting simple and quick
- A decal instruction sheet is included for precise decal placement, letting owners create a concourse-winning car in no time
- Each HPI body has dimple marks for body post drilling locations
- A realistic molded wing is provided with the body
- Molded from 0.030" clear polycarbonate plastic for durability and long life
- This is an officially licensed replica!
Founded in 1977 by performance enthusiasts, the Trust Company of Japan became a rising star in the performance automotive industry. Throughout Japan, enthusiasts began to seek out Trust exhaust systems as they significantly increased horsepower and were the highest quality available on the market.
As time progressed, Trust began to take part in professional racing events. In 1983, 1984 and 1986, series champions arose at the JTCC (Japanese Touring Car Championships). During this time, Trust also had racing teams in the IMSA series. Following the JTCC and IMSA, Trust took part in the 1992 Le Mans series. Racing a Toyota Group C car, Trust left Le Mans with a Turbo Class Champion. Within a short period of time, Trust’s racing teams, Toyota and Porsche, had logged more track hours than any other factory racing team.
To stay on top of the ever-changing performance automotive industry, Trust began designing and manufacturing performance parts that not only increased power, but also were reliable. As the U.S. market began to heat up, the Trust company and its brand names, GReddy, GREX and GRacer, opened new U.S. facilities in 1994 under the GReddy banner.
As new cars become more complex with integrated computer controls, GReddy continues to evolve to meet these challenges by designing streetable products and obtaining numerous CARB Exemption Orders in a variety of products, including: Turbo Kits, Intercoolers, Headers and Intakes. The new generation of GReddy electronics is designed to add performance to computer-controlled vehicles without affecting emission levels. The SP2 and EVO2 all stainless steel exhaust systems not only provide high levels of performance but meet emissions and new noise standards.
As the 21st century progresses, one can be assured that with the history and experience of the Trust Company of Japan and the continuing research and development of GReddy USA, the products will continue to evolve to be the best performance investment for both the casual and serious performance enthusiast. At GReddy, the Spirit of Evolution is not just a motto; it's a way of life.