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  1. Payco - Mark 2 Nismo 370z
    davey_83 - 350z
    nissanman312 2010 sc gt
    Flashback - 350Z
    Bikeracer - sc Nismo
    Andy James-350z
    Zippypooz - 350z
    Paul K - 350z Roadster
    jcurtis - 350z
    Skippy- white 350z
    Dunks - Supercharged 350Z
    GranTurismoEra - 370z Nismo mk II
    nissmoandy  jissed_350z 
    Seb - 350z
    wizard - s/c 350z
    amyzed - 350z 
    Mopedmark - 350 Mopedmarked
    Kingsley - Midnight Blue 350z
    Stephanie -Gunmetal Grey 350z 
    MatthewThain -Ginger 350z 
    RyanByng - Azure Blue 350z 
    Valy - 350z

    Adrian@TORQEN - Nism

    Martinw plus 1- Black 350z

    Shortpaul - Gunmetal 350z

  2. On 4/4/2018 at 18:20, nissanman312 said:

    Did you get your BOOST yet ?


    Yep, picked the car up a few weeks ago. :)



    On 4/5/2018 at 21:22, 350Butcher said:

    Regarding wet grip, I just like that the Yoko's stays progressive and predictable


    A lot of people think the Yokos have terrible wet grip due to the reviews. I find the grip in the wet is very good and as you say, progressive and predictable, even around Brands Hatch in a mid-rear car on a rainy December days in the rain after they've gritted half of the track! Possibly the reviews say the wet grip is bad as it's a lot worse than their excellent dry grip rather than being bad compared to other tyres in the same situation?

  3. Technically, yes it's a fail as it should have them. However I haven't actually heard of anyone failing due to it and lots of people seem to have done it. Personally I kept my washers on my aftermarket bumper.

  4. About £35 cheaper per rear tyre compared to AD08Rs... almost enough to make me consider switching...


    EDIT: Actually, with the £40 off on black circles right not for buying 4 Michelins, it works out to £43.56 per corner cheaper! (Michs: £556.28 per set, Yokos: £730.50).

  5. On 13/10/2017 at 08:56, V1H said:

    Craig put back all bits onto the engine, looking nearly final now.

    Unfortunately, there's so little space now everywhere that he wasn't able to fit my expensive Radium Engineering dual OCCs :cry:

    The PCV upgrade has thus been fitted as supplied by the AAM kit (stock-like closed system but with brass check valves)


    The downpipes are now being heat-wrapped (in addition to their ceramic coatings) and go back on, too.

    Meanwhile, Phil is going to fabricate a nice little engine loom cover from aluminium with an H-Dev badge on it. Should look similar to the 350Z EVO-R titanium cover. I can tell, the H-Dev team is proud of their work, rightly so :lol:



    Ooooh I love the burnt titanium look... may be they want to create an extra one for my 350! Not even sure they've started on mine yet. :(


  6. Hi Tim,


    I've been with prestige for the last 3 or 4 years and each year the renewal price has dropped so I just renewed. This year the renewal price jumped up about £75 so I phoned around, I ended up saving £100 (only £25 lower than last year but with a pre-agreed value of £40k) by going elsewhere... I dare say  that if the renewal had fallen by that £25 instead of rising £75 I probably would have just renewed with you guys again as you've been really good with all the mods I've been adding for the last few years. Something for you to feedback to the renewals department.





  7. 13 hours ago, djtimo said:

    Wow... Love it... 


    Who built this set up? Would love a custom Ti single ;0



    Dixon Motorsport, unfortunately they've gone out of business since. :(



    4 hours ago, bc1987 said:

    this is a thing of beauty.

    will you accept payment in used nappies and baby pictures? :lol:


    Lol, I have enough used nappies and baby pictures as it is!! If anything I'm tempted to create an ad for the baby in the for sale section!! (Shhhh... don't tell the wife)


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