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  2. Brave man, I'm very impressed that you went through with it. We popped into Apex last year, as we do during most visits to Nurburg. Misha and the crew are always good to chat to and very welcoming.
  3. As the title states, I've still got the old sat nav in place, which is hidden by the cubby lid so doesn't bother me much. However the remote and cradle is sat above the GT4 plaque which I don't like. Guessing it's glued on, can't see any screws. Without marking the plastic underneath, am I best just getting a hairdryer to it, to get rid?
  4. Thanks Lewis! I've added 2 more paragraphs about tuning and recommended garages.
  5. Great guide, well written, short and precise not over-welming in anyway for someone who has little to no knowledge about these cars
  6. Hello all So i know this is a shot in the dark, but i'd thought i will try anyways. is anybody, or if anybody knows of someone that is selling a resonator pipe from a Motordyne tdx2 exhaust? ill post a pic down below.
  7. Aaaahhh my mate just told me I'm wrong, you do mention the diff bushings at the start. I've watched it a third time now ๐Ÿคฃ what a freaking lap
  8. Little UK buying guide for 370z, feel free to suggest what else should be added. https://www.torqen.uk/content/20-an-in-depth-nissan-370z-buying-guide-for-uk-enthusiasts
  9. Great filming and experience, your face is a picture at times and is worth a thousand words
  10. Happy days almost there with it๐Ÿ˜
  11. Finally I had some time to pick up the goodies at the motor shop. ๐Ÿค— Engine is cleaned, intake plenums are port matched to the ported heads and I got some Cerakote for my long tube headers. It looks like we can start the assembly of the VQ37HR. ๐Ÿฅฐ Then engine shop was surprised how much material he could remove from both the lower as the plastic upper plenum. Only problem is I want bigger throttle bodies as well now. ๐Ÿ˜ Also got some issues with a wheel bearing last year during a trackday at Circuit Meppen in Germany. I dissided to get rid of the 350Z ones and got myself 370Z axles and wheel bearings. If you compare them you can't believe it actually fits. Both axles are a bit longer then the 350Z ones. But it just bolts right up on the stock 350Z diff flanges. But we had fun! As long as it lasted. Hahah. Difference in length. 370Z bearing compared with 350Z bearing (not my photo) Everything works well and no issues so far.
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  13. cheers for the kind words, i have done rear diff bushes, as soon as he pointed camera in my face i forgot every single mod that was on the car! i am pretty sure it is just coikovers being on full soft the dampers were probably not doing anything at all. full soft on a b16 is still pretty stiff especially for uk roads but over there it really needed more. I would do the diff bushes first they are relatively easy, the z1 inserts were done by Horsham and Craig said they were an absolute pita to do had to pretty much put the entire cars weight on them to get them to slide in. oh and do the trans mount!
  14. That was a awesome ride! The zed did you proud. Definitely a video to treasure ๐Ÿ‘
  15. Brilliant stuff, enjoyed that. Sort the shifter out and few more clicks on the rear coilovers.
  16. Up to 2011....i have a spare lock if anyone needs one. Until then happy motoring
  17. Thanks for sharing this, I've watched it twice. Gutted there was no floor or rear view cameras. I'd love to do something like this and glad to see another Z owner on the forum has. What an experience, he's done so many laps around the ring and driven so many cars, that whatever advice and praise he gives is on a more comprehensive scale than anyone on the internet. I'm assuming with the rear axle complaints, the suspension and Z1 inserts have helped but I don't recall any comments on your differential bushings? If you haven't done them then I know for my next Z I'll prioritise the differential bushings over the Z1 inserts or motor mounts. Again thanks for sharing, happy to see you enjoy a lap around the ring in your very nice Z.
  18. I had my fuel injectors reconditioned and they've came back with a clean bill of health. Got them fitted along with some coolant hoses etc. There's really not much more to do except, -Wait for new solenoid gaskets, -Tighten crank bolt, -Fit the air intake, -Clip up the electrical connectors
  19. He works at the ring as a Ring Driver and Youtuber. Hes been around for a long time on YouTube. Speaking of letting others drive. It was good to let my younger brother drive the Nismo and funny. Never got to drive his Supra 2JZ though. Its good to experience your car as a passenger. Eddie you around next weekend, im just down the road. Can come look at your Z if you dont mind?
  20. 4 door GR86 2025 - 1.6 300HP-350hp According to Forbes and Best Car Japan Toyota GR86 Sedan
  21. He used to race scooters and maybe other child like things, got a job at ring garage and has just done 1000s and 1000s of laps, Auto Alex set this up for me, I'm not sure I'd of volunteered it, but if he crashes he pays. First few corners, as you can tell, I was wondering what I'd done but glad I did it as I can see what my car is actually capable of now!
  22. You're braver then me, there's no way I'd let someone drive mine like that. Genuine question though, who is this guy? It's like he's sprung up from nowhere and everyone's letting him take their cars out. Shows that in the right hands 370z can certainly keep up with the competition
  23. Tickets now available ๐Ÿ‘ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nissan-yard-meet-the-hill-tickets-791175817167
  24. You imagine Misha takes it for a little spin and build up to race pace but no, he gets in car turns off traction and floors it
  25. WOW! That looks great. But as you say scary. nice 1 thanks for sharing.
  26. Ignore my face, it's flipping scary being in your car with him. https://youtu.be/1wAJxixmeZs?si=O1aB5gy5QDuZEeXi
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