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  1. Any chance there's a group price that he'll be willing to do them for if we get enough interest?
  2. I really wanna do this too, but I'm hopeless at this sort of stuff, so don't stand a chance of doing this myself. Just thought I'd join in on this in case anyone wants to cater to everyone intersted for a price of course!
  3. Sorry...just realised I posted this in the 350z section, so feel free to delete, as I've now posted it in the 370z section.
  4. Has anyone used MTEC discs & Mintex pads before on their 370z? I have included the links below and was hoping someone might have gone with this set up on their Z before and can given a decent recommendation on whether to go with them or not. I am leaning towards drilled and grooved discs, purely on how they look. I have heard the cracking stories, but tbh, I don't see that as a risk. Unless someone can share an experience that makes me think otherwise, I personally feel like it's all a bit exaggerated personally? Any tips on the below set up would be appreciated. Total cost of this set up would be £273, which is a considerable saving compared to other setups such as Redstuff/Yellowstuff. Front Discs https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/front-brake-discs.html Front Pads https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/front-brake-pads.html Rear Discs https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/rear-brake-discs.html Rear Pads https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/rear-brake-pads.html
  5. Has anyone used MTEC discs & Mintex pads before on their 370z? I have included the links below and was hoping someone might have gone with this set up on their Z before and can given a decent recommendation on whether to go with them or not. I am leaning towards drilled and grooved discs, purely on how they look. I have heard the cracking stories, but tbh, I don't see that as a risk. Unless someone can share an experience that makes me think otherwise, I personally feel like it's all a bit exaggerated personally? Any tips on the below set up would be appreciated. Total cost of this set up would be £273, which is a considerable saving compared to other setups such as Redstuff/Yellowstuff. Front Discs https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/front-brake-discs.html Front Pads https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/front-brake-pads.html Rear Discs https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/rear-brake-discs.html Rear Pads https://www.mtecbrakes.com/brake-discs/nissan/370z-coupe-2009/370z-3-7-v6-06-09/rear-brake-pads.html
  6. I want to give this a go, but I don;t want to cause any damage whilst I'm trying. Would someone be able to explain how they got their switch off? Are you literally just holding it with your finger & thumb and pulling it off? Once it is off, do you just take a stanley knife to it to get rid of the part that is preventing it being double pressed? And to put it back on, does it click back in or something? Tbh...a video would be great if one exists!
  7. Makes such a big difference! Really like that little touch.
  8. Personally I would recommend these. We can all pretend we're perfect drivers, but yeah sometimes you might scuff a rim while parallel parking, and these do the job. I applied one and went for a spin and it was gone by the time I got back! I then took my time on the other 3 and used a hairdryer and they've been fine.
  9. Hi Dicky, I know squat about spacers other than the fact they make a car look great. Are these effectively a plug & play item or are there any complexities? Feel free to PM if you want, as I might be up for taking them off your hands!
  10. Paul, mind telling me what service you had and how much they charged you? I've got a service coming up and not keen on main dealer. Thanks
  11. I know that quite a few people on here have had issues using Bluetooth in their 370's, so I thought I'd share my recent development! I have owned a 2011 370z for about a year now. When I first got the car, I was using an iPhone 7, which paired up fine, but using it via bluetooth for phone calls was absolutely pointless, as nobody could ever hear/understand what I was saying. When I tried using my iPhone 7 for using it for playing music, it would always drop out and almost be crackly when trying to play music. i recently got myself an iPhone X and when I deleted my old paired devices on my car & paired my new phone, I was amazed to find that I can now play music via bluetooth from my new iPhone X with hardly any problems. Unfortunately, it's still absolutely crap for phone calls, but I have decent earphones to take care of that. I'm just over the moon to finally be able to play music without wires! Hope this is useful for someone.
  12. I'm guessing you already have a few people lined up to take your lights mate?
  13. Hi All, Thought I'd share my experience with this dreaded steering lock issue. DO THIS BEFORE YOU GET THE STEERING LOCK PROBLEM! Never had any problems with my Z before, drove somewhere, parked up, returned to my car a few hours later and my car wouldn't start. The car didn't seem to be picking up the fact that my key was near the car, so I thought it was an issue with the key, but when I started hunting for clues on the forum, I realised that this was a steering lock issue. I had ready about the steering lock issue before, but I didn't realise that something could be done about it BEFORE you experience the problem! In short, I fixed the problem by banging my steering column up and down a few times, and the car finally allowed me to put it into 'Acc' mode. From there, armed with nothing but my fingernails and a key, I popped the bonnet and followed the video tutorials in the following videos to remove the fuse that : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QTCDIntpUI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CkQEE0OIPU I strongly recommend you have some proper tools with you though, as it will make the job a lot less frustrating! I was quite lucky to be able to reactivate the steering lock, but would recommend everyone removes the fuse before this happens, as the cost of repair can be in excess of £1k if you don't manage to get any assistance from Nissan, who annoyingly have issued a recall for a select range of cars between 2009-2010, but not for cars who are facing the EXACT same issue outside of this date range! Enjoy the picture of the £1k fuse and thank you to everyone on the forum who has shared this valuable advice which saved me over a grand! Really does show the value of the forum.
  14. Hi Adam, would you mind sharing the links of the pads you ordered?

350z-uk.com

370z-uk.com

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