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New 2013 Juke Nismo Aftermarket Parts
STILLEN is pleased to announce new performance parts and accessories available for the 2013 Nissan Juke Nismo. The Nismo edition of the Nissan Juke is a new option for 2013 with both upgrades in styling and performance.

New Juke Nismo Aftermarket Parts

Nissan Juke Nismo Axle-back Exhaust

2013 Juke Nismo Axle-back Exhaust
The Nissan Juke Nismo axle-back exhaust system bolts on to the stock mid pipe and has seen a power increase of 12 horsepower at the wheels! Constructed from 304 Stainless Steel, the polished rear section exhaust is built to last and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Fits both FWD and AWD Juke models.

Nissan Juke Nismo Cat-back Exhaust

STILLEN Cat back Exhaust for Nissan Juke
The mandrel bent, 304 Stainless Steel constructed Nissan Juke Nismo cat-back exhaust combines the STILLEN axel-back exhaust and the STILLEN mid-pipe for up to a 20 horsepower increase at the wheels! Like all other STILLEN exhaust systems, the Juke Cat-back exhaust also carries a limited lifetime warranty. Fits both FWD and AWD Juke models.

Nissan Juke Nismo Front Strut Tower Brace

2013 Nissan Juke Nismo Strut Bar
The Nissan Juke Nismo front strut tower brace is a simple bolt-on that noticeably improves handling and chassis rigidity. This reduces body roll and makes for a more enjoyable drive. Will NOT work with Injen Short Ram Intake.

Nissan Juke Nismo Injen SP Series Short Ram Intake

2013 Nissan Juke Nismo - Injen Short Ram Intake

Nisaan Juke Nismo Injen SP Series Cold Air Intake

2013 Nissan Juke Nismo Injen Cold Air Intake Black

These Nissan Juke Nismo SP Series Intake Systems from Injen feature a patent pending MR technology process for optimal power increase and a safe air/fuel ratio. Injen SP Series is the world’s first tuned intake system and is made in the USA. Both Short Ram and Cold Air options come standard with dry filters for easy cleaning and are available in both polished and black finishes.

For more information on any of these products for the 2013 Nissan Juke Nismo, please give us a call at (866) 250-5542 or visit www.stillen.com

2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Body Kit

STILLEN is pleased to announce the 2009-2013 Maxima Body Kit, now available with rear corners! Due to popular demand, we have now manufactured the 09-13 Maxima Body Kit Rear Corners to complete the existing STILLEN Body Kit. These polyurethane corners finish out the kit perfectly and are ready for prep and paint.


2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Rear Corners (KB12748)
Complete the full 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima body kit with STILLEN’s new Polyurethane Rear Corners. The corners were developed with the entire kit in mind, following the lines of the side skirts to flow the around the rear corner section of the 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima.

2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Side Skirts (KB12745)
STILLEN’s 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Side Skirts are constructed out of high quality polyurethane and are custom designed for a perfect OEM-like fit. The Maxima Side Skirts, like all STILLEN urethane body components, are manufactured in house and feature a limited lifetime warranty.

2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Front Lip Spoiler (KB12742)
Add an aggressive look to your car with STILLEN’s 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Front Lip Spoiler. This spoiler fits the stock front fascia with the same durability and long life you expect from STILLEN Urethane Body Components while carrying a limited lifetime warranty against cracking or breaking during normal use.

2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Roof Wing (KB12744)
The 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Roof Wing is manufactured in house for an OEM-like fitment. The Maxima Roof Wing attaches at the top of the rear window with high quality 3M tape and comes ready for prep and paint along with a limited lifetime warranty.

2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Rear Wing (KB12743)
The 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima Rear Wing is a prefect finishing touch to the complete body kit and also looks great as a stand alone piece. The Maxima rear wing, like all STILLEN body components, attaches with the included 3M tape to avoid any drilling.


The STILLEN Front Lip, Side Skirts, Rear Corners, Trunk Wing and Roof Wing now available as individual sections, a 5-piece lower kit or a complete 7-piece kit for your 2009-2013 Nissan Maxima.

2009-2013 Nissan Maxima STILLEN 7-Piece Polyurethane Body Kit With Roof and Rear Wings (KB12740KT1)
2009-2013 Nissan Maxima 5-Piece Polyurethane Body Kit (KB12740KT2)
2009-2013 Nissan Maxima STILLEN Side Skirts (KB12745)
2009-2013 Nissan Maxima STILLEN Lip Spoiler (KB12742)
2009-2013 Nissan Maxima STILLEN Roof Wing (KB12744)
2009-2013 Nissan Maxima STILLEN Rear Wing (KB12743)
2009-2013 Nissan Maxima STILLEN Rear Corners (KB12748)

Here is a link to all the Maxima parts we have available.

East Charlotte Nissan

Matte Blue Nissan 370Z

The good folks at East Charlotte Nissan in North Carolina recently built their first full customized 370Z and came to STILLEN to get the proper parts for the build. They started out with a new 370Z and wrapped it in matte blue vinyl, blacked out the emblems and tinted the windows.

Matte Blue Nissan 370Z
To add a little more horsepower into the already capable VQ37 motor, a full cat-back exhaust system went in along with the STILLEN Generation 2 Long Tube Dual Intake Kit.

Matte Blue Nissan 370Z
To harness the 370Zs newly acquired power, an AP Racing Big Brake Kit went in behind some 20″ Vossen VVSCV2 wheels fitted with Nexum tires. Eibach Lowering Springs were then installed to fill in the wheels wells and increase handling performance.

Matte Blue Nissan 370Z

An ECU tune is also planned for the 370Z in the near future, but until then it currently sits on the showroom floor of East Charlotte Nissan and is available for purchase.

If you are interested in this blue beauty or looking for a local place in North Carolina to get STILLEN products for your Nissan, give the trained professionals at East Charlotte Nissan a call or visit their website at http://www.eastcharlottenissan.com

East Charlotte Nissan is located at 6901 Independence Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28227.
Sales: 866-814-1195
Service: 866-342-5655

Matte Blue Nissan 370Z

Newmarket Infiniti/Nissan’s latest build: this stylish 2012 Nissan Maxima.

Parts List

Nissan Maxima Body Kit

Newmarket Infiniti/Nissan Maxima with Hi-Flow Intake and Front Lip

Newmarket Infiniti/Nissan Maxima with Cat-Back and Roof Wing

If you’re in Ontario, Canada and want to check out this modified Maxima and others like it, stop by New Market Infiniti/Nissan or call Tom @ (905) 895-8785

Street Legal 350Z Supercharger

STILLEN is proud to announce the availability of the 2007-2008 350Z supercharger kit for the dual throttle body VQ35HR.

This supercharger system took over a year to develop and involves revolutionary designs to offer customers easy upgradability and installation. With this supercharger system, power is boosted to 450 horsepower (or 375whp).

Air to water intercooler: By redesigning the intake manifold we were able to incorporate the intercooler inside the manifold, thus allowing us to cool the air charge immediately before the air enters the engine. Additionally, the front mounted heat exchanger does not block the airflow supplying cool air to other vital coolers such as the radiator, engine oil cooler, transmission cooler, power steering cooler or the A/C condenser. Because water is 4 times more efficient at dissipating heat than air, we are able to utilize a more compact heat exchanger to cool the water.

Street Legal 350Z Supercharger

** Individual results will vary based on the baseline of the stock engine, type of dynamometer used, temperature, elevation, fuel and various other factors.

Our friends over at Newmarket Infiniti/Nissan in Ontario, Canada have made getting quality aftermarket parts straight from the dealership possible for Nissan and Infiniti owners in Newmarket.

Newmarket Nissan's STILLEN Customized 370Z with Cat-Back Exhaust & Intakes

These 370Z’s don’t just look fast, they are fast; outfitted with Stillen performance cat back exhausts, Gen III intakes and more.

Newmarket Infiniti Nissan is a fully authorized Stillen performance center, offering a full line dealer of all Infiniti and Nissan models.

If you have a Versa, 307Z, G37 M37 or anything in between, Newmarket will make it look great and go fast.

Call Tom in the parts department at (905) 895-8785 and he will get you all the STILLEN style and power you need!

To make your 370Z look like this, pick up the STILLEN 370Z Fascia or Full Body Kit.

Few things stick out in my life as such happy times as ripping open the giant Slot Car box at Christmas with the TYCO logo and the huge “Zero Gravity Cliff Hangers” or “US1 Trucking” emblazoned on the side, shoving aside other gifts and wads of torn and crumpled wrapping paper to clear enough room and take over the living room.

Getting the track set up, plugged in, the hum of the power supply, finally jamming a finger down on the trigger and watching the little car shoot down the track at what seems like 900mph with tiny sparks visible under the chassis, not having a chance in the world at making the turn and spiraling off somehow getting airborne and disappearing in the depths and darkness behind the Christmas tree in the corner.. Controller surprisingly hot in my hand and a curl of smoke coming up through the vents..

For those who hung on to those good times and continued on with Slot Car Racing, no doubt Scalextric is a name you’ve heard of and trust. They specialize in bringing realistic vehicles to the slot car world, and this year they’ve taken on recreating the STILLEN R35 Nissan GT-R in striking detail.

The Nissan GT-R is done in a 1:32 scale, and even be modified just like the real thing, changing anything from tires to gears to swapping motors. Check out the detail in the pictures below:

Steve Millen and STILLEN have a history with Scalextrix, as they also did the STILLEN Ford GT a couple of years back after it competed in the New Zealand Targa:

So if you are a slot car enthusiast, or know of one, this is a perfect Christmas item to add to the vehicle fleet!

Well, the week long Targa rally has come to a close here inNew Zealand.  It was a great week and Steve and Jen did a very good job.  Before arriving for the start of the week we installed larger fuel injectors, a new tune, and some stiffer springs in the shocks.  We figured this would be a fairly natural and reliable progression.  We had no idea what the other GT-R teams had in store!  Tony Quinn arrived with bigger turbos and an engine that had been bored and fitted with larger pistons, 410mm brake rotors and more.  Proctor had a stroker motor with stock turbos as well as larger brake rotors.  Steve said that as Proctor’s GT-R launched off the line he would spin all four wheels.  Dodson’s R35 also came in with heavy modifications and increased horsepower.  Last year, we were all on a similar playing field and ran tight all week.  This year everyone brought the big guns.

Steve and Jen pushed hard all week and were able to bring the car home with a fourth place finish.  The event winner, Tony Quinn in his R35, won the event for his fourth time.  Glenn Inkster in his high horsepower Mitsubishi Evo 6 came home in second place just a few seconds behind Quinn despite having a couple of offs and having to take a tire penalty.  Glenn Smith rounded out the top 3 in his 600+ horsepower Mitsubishi Evo X which looked like it had just come out of a video game!

Steve was pushing hard the last day of competition and had a bit of an off.  He was able to carry on with the stage and never actually stopped moving.  We don’t think he lost more than a few seconds after it was all said and done.

These Targa rallies are a great way to test as well as develop new products.  This year we brought down a few new STILLEN products like adjustable camber arms and some other performance components as well as the new generation Dunlop Sport Maxx tires.  These Targa events are run on roads that would normally be open to the public so you can really see how the parts are going to perform in all conditions in the real world.  The new Dunlop tires are an amazing tire and proved to work well all week long.  In an event like the Targa where you only get 8 tires to last the week it’s important that your tires will offer supreme grip without wearing too quickly.  The Dunlop Sport Maxx tires worked great in the wet and dry conditions all week long!

The 2011 Targa New Zealand rally ran the way these rallies are supposed to be run.  There were hot days, there were rainy days, and all in all it was a lot of fun!  Steve and Jen did a great job and really fought hard for a top five finish!  On the drive North after the rally was over we had already started planning for next year and coming with ways to improve the car to make it even more competitive for next year!  We have some pretty wild ideas forming and we’re excited to show you all what we come up with!

Check out the video below for a taste of the action, and more photos below!



All 2011 Targa New Zealand Coverage


Fourth day down and one to go!  New Zealand Targa rallies are generally ran in both wet and dry conditions.  It is extremely rare for the entire rally to go completely dry, however last year it did happen!  This year however, the weather has arrived and brought with it some more carnage.

Hopper has officially retired from the rally.  We found out last night that the car may be a total right off.  Initial conversations were that it wasn’t too bad but apparently the car endoed and the coil overs were relocated through the hood!  I’m sure we’ll see Leigh back next year though.  The white Maserati performed some its own air show this morning.  The story is the car went flying off the road completely missing a turn.  According to reports around the rally the driver said they flew a solid thirty feet in the air and the car kept going for about 200 meters down a hill before coming to rest at the bottom of another hill….thanks to the assistance of a tree stump!  Apparently the car isn’t too bad though and may be back in the morning if they can find a new radiator.  Best of luck to them!

Inkster also had a couple of moments today with one or two spins and a slide off the road and into a bank which re-designed the right rear corner of his Mitsubishi.  No worries though as Inkster comes from a gravel rally background where these situations are common place.  The crew pulled out the hydraulic spreaders and bent it back into shape again.  He didn’t miss a single stage and is still running strong.

Today we traveled to the town of Marton which is home of the infamous “cop corner.”  A few years ago a local police officer decided to blow the road closure after the sweep car went through but before the rally cars started.  The story goes that the rally organizers tried stopping him but he informed them of his official position in the region and took off anyways.  He ended up getting his just deserves as he blew through the 90 degree left hander and launched his car into the paddock beyond…Hence the name “cop corner.”

This corner can be tricky in the best conditions but the local council just laid down new tarmac last week.  Apparently the term “laying down new tarmac” in this region means…opening a giant bag of rocks and dragging it from one side of the road to the other!  It was nothing but gravel!  Add to that the wet weather conditions and you can imagine how tricky this corner became!  The drivers ran the stage twice today.  The first time around a Ford escort panel wagon about three cars in decided to park it in the grass/fence.  So all of the upcoming cars had to slow way down to avoid them. (Video Below)

A WRX (drivern by Leigh Hoppers helicopter instructor, not kidding!) performed a perfect job of parallel parking as he slid directly between the Escort and the armco for the single lane bridge.  With the assistance of the all wheel drive in the Subie he was able to get right back on the road and continue on.  The Escort meanwhile had to be pulled out after the stage had closed. (Video Below)

After the cars had gone through the first time we heard a report that Proctor was being towed down the transit stage on the back of a tow rope.  Rumor has it he has blown his transmission…Which is a HIGHLY modified unit.  He missed the repeat of “cops corner” which was the last stage of the day.  Hopefully his team can repair the car and get him back out in the morning.

Steve and Jen are doing a great job of pushing hard and doing their best.  We didn’t get off to a great start with the differential issues we had early in the week and that put us in a hole which has been basically impossible to climb out of.  The team is doing well though and we are coming up with new ideas on how to prepare the car for next year!  The car is running well and we had a nice team dinner tonight to celebrate Jen’s birthday.  These races are a lot about competition and winning but the biggest thing is having fun and bringing the car and drivers home safely.


Last night more footage was added to the video capturing Steve Millen racing the STILLEN GT-R against Leigh Hopper and his helicoper as well!

Footage from local spectators is beginning to hit the web as well, here’s a quick shot of the STILLEN GT-R rounding a corner on Day 1




All 2011 Targa New Zealand Coverage