1990 Nissan 300zx (2jz Swapped)

Price: US $17,000.00 Item location: Brighton, Michigan, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: 300ZX
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Coupe
  • Year: 1990
  • Mileage: 147,000
  • VIN: JN1RZ24A8LX007059
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: Inline-6 Turbo
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Flex Fuel Vehicle
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1990 Nissan 300ZX

1990 Nissan 300zx T-Tops Exterior: White (Code 326 "Super White"). Interior: Black leather.


OEM 2jzgte (50k miles on stock spec, 5k miles on my modifications),

R154 Transmission,

R230 VLSD (300zx TT differential and subframe)

RPS Twin Carbon Clutch.


ARP head studs,

GSC S1 Cams,

Crower Springs,

-10 AN fuel rail,

-10 AN fuel pressure regulator,

-8 AN feeds (x2),

-6 AN return (x1),

ID2000 injectors,

GM Ethanol Sensor

T51R KAI BB Turbocharger,

4" intercooler

4" downpipe,

3" aluminum intake piping,

HKS SSQV (x2),

Primary Aluminum radiator (28"x16"), Heavy Duty Shrouded 11" fans,

Twin side mount radiators in the ducts of the bumper (can be used for auxiliary cooling)

B&M Brake Line lock


VIPEC V88 Stand alone,



AEM Digital Wideband gauge,

AEM Digital Fuel Pressure gauge,

Pioneer audio deck w/ flip out screen, Amplifier (x2), Pioneer Speakers (x4), 10" Subwoofers (x2), Very nice sound system.


Powertrix Ultra Light Coilovers,

HICAS Delete Bar


8-point roll bar with driver and passenger swingouts (Built in compliance with NHRA rules. A roof hoop and two A-pillar bars can be added to complete a 10-point cage, which is good down to 8.5 seconds)

5-point driver seat belt harness,

OTHER DETAILS/ISSUES: The vehicle was tuned for flex fuel and made a conservative 726whp and 611wtq.

Overall the body has the common wear and tear of a 26 year old car (imperfect exterior 6/10 and interior 7/10).


1)Has the common R154 shifter housing leakage.

2)Pushes coolant either due to a bad radiator cap seal or may need retorquing of the ARP head studs (holds temperature fine and does not overheat).

3)-8AN Valve cover breather lines will need to be connected to a catch can (which can be bought for very cheap on ebay). I have them venting to atmosphere for now.


I would tackle all these issues if I had the time and money, but I have to do the right thing financially which is why it’s up for sale. It will cost around $30k to replicate this set up. I’m asking $17k with OEM wheels only.