The specs and construction of my SCCA 350Z vary a bit. It may be the only touring spec car that has raced (and won) three different classes:
Touring 1: Mustang FR500 Boss 302S, Chevy Corvette C7, Dodge Viper, Ferrari F360/430, Porsche 911. The 350Z is allowed to weigh a minimum of 2,400#, but will never make that weight. Fully stripped, with no ballast, but driver onboard, the car weighs from 3,130 to 3,150#.
Touring 2: Corvette C6 Z06, (standard) Mustang Boss 302, Mitsu Evo VIII, Subaru STi. The 350Z was classed here from 2005-2011 at 3,180#, but was moved to T3 in 2012.
Touring 3: Chevy Cobalt SS, Mustang V6, Camaro V6, BMW M3 (both E36 and E46), Honda S2000, Acura TL-S, Currently, any HR-equipped Z must weigh 3,450# to compete in T3.
As for brakes, the OEM Brembo monoblock brakes are paired with Cobalt Friction's XR2 pads and titanium backing plates. Touring rules allow brake ducts to be routed from the bumper and the use of Nissan Motorsports CF ducts. Also using Motul Super 600 brake fluid and SS lines. No allowance in SCCA rules for changing the positioning of the calipers to prevent pad knock-off.
Which production class are your prepping your Z for? I'm not aware of any production-class racing rules that allow the Z33?
Last edited by dkmura; 12-07-2015 at 04:26 PM.