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Hey Everyone,
We (Enjuku Racing) are based here outside of Orlando, FL.
We've had our fair share of Nissans, currently we've got a Q60, G35 Coupe, 350Z, 370Z, S13, S14, GTR and probably a few other chassis we lost track of haha

We started out back in 1999, catering mostly to the S13/14 240sx market, but we've done our fair share of work on Z cars, and we're super excited to hopefully get our hands on atleast 1 new Z!
 

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With the Q60 honestly it’s been bolt ons, suspension, wheels, and a few other small bits mostly. We planned on doing a bit more but then the owner fell in love with driving it as a daily so we aren’t able to tear into it as much haha.
That being said, we have a spare VR30 which we are toying around with throwing in a new chassis we are building currently, with the intention of beating the living snot out of it to see what may break, then build it back from there.
As for the new Z, we really want to just get one to see what it is capable of, go fast, look good, and if it happens to turn into a race car later… well we won’t be that mad haha
 

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With the Q60 honestly it’s been bolt ons, suspension, wheels, and a few other small bits mostly. We planned on doing a bit more but then the owner fell in love with driving it as a daily so we aren’t able to tear into it as much haha.
That being said, we have a spare VR30 which we are toying around with throwing in a new chassis we are building currently, with the intention of beating the living snot out of it to see what may break, then build it back from there.
As for the new Z, we really want to just get one to see what it is capable of, go fast, look good, and if it happens to turn into a race car later… well we won’t be that mad haha
Would love to see what exactly you are doing with the VR30 with any pics and videos!
 
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