My 350z's

Over the years I have owned 2 350Zs, a 2003 Enthusiast and a 2004 Enthusiast. I have autocrossed both of these, and have quite a few blog posts, photos, and videos that you can choose from.

Old Project Z posts

I’ve been doing some work on SOLO2.ORG the past two evenings, working on restoring a bunch of my old blog posts from over there from the early days of the site. There was a lot of content that went missing over the various conversions of the site the past 4-5 years.

I managed to bring a number of the posts back, and found a lot of old posts about my original 2003 350z (the current one I have is a 2004), at which point in time I just called it Project Z (rather than Project350z).

I’m not going to pull the posts over here into (though I might update and repost some eventually), but if you would like to see them you should check out this list.

350Z Bosch Wiper Blades 3/14/2004
Nissan 350Z Koni Shocks 3/15/2004
2004 KCRSCCA Autocross Event #1 3/22/2004
Nissan Warranty Items! 350Z 3/23/2004
RF T162C speaker review 5/24/2004
Learned to mount tires tonight! 5/25/2004
350Z Shock writeup coming tomorrow! 6/7/2004
SOLO2.ORG Project Z Koni Install Article 6/8/2004
Initial Koni Impressions 6/9/2004
350Z Alignment, Finally getting fast, Koni Settings, and Hoosier Tire Impressions 6/14/2004
Project Z makes a run at Midiv! 7/8/2004
Project Z Update, Solo II Nationals, More Warranty 9/23/2004
350Z Trailer Hitch for the Project Z 1/28/2005
Project 350Z ready for the 2005 Autocross Season 3/5/2005
Sway bar install for the Project 350Z 3/9/2005
350Z Engine Problems 3/29/2005
Project 350Z gets some new tires, and a new wheel bearing... 4/3/2005
2003 Nissan Project 350Z at the Atlanta National Tour 4/17/2005
Project Z breaks 47k miles in Sauget 4/26/2005
Project Z gets a new Swaybar 8/12/2005
Project Z rolls over 64000 Miles 1/12/2006

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Chris Hammond

Chris Hammond is a father, husband, leader, developer, photographer and car guy. Chris has long specialized in ASP.NET and DotNetNuke (DNN) development, so you will find a variety of posts relating to those topics. For more information check out the about me page.

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