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  1. Well, the time has come, after 7 years of ownership, my longest time every owning a single car (what, i get bored easily), last weekend i picked up a 2011 (2012 MY) Jaguar XF R. This monster comes with a buttery smooth 5.0ltr supercharged V8 with factory specs of 510BHP and 0-60 of under 5 seconds, not to shabby for almost 2 ton's of car After 3 days of ownership, i contacted some well respected mappers in the Jaguar XF scene and had their map loaded onto the car, which now means 570bhp and 700nm of torque. Genuinely a scary thing to drive at speed now, the acceleration is mind blowing. The Z, by no means is it a slow car, but the XF R simply redefined for me what a fast car actually feels like. After a single test drive i was sold. Its the best of both worlds car. Great amount of interior space for people and things (needed as you grow up and start thinking about a family) but stupid fast for when im on my own and want to have a play. It is sadly noticeably less stiff than the Z, but it really isnt designed to be the same type of vehicle! In the 7 years of ownership, the Z went from a bog standard vehicle To something i truly enjoyed driving and indeed building. She was/is by no means a show car, shes has tatty paintwork and a smokey exhaust thanks to failing valve stem oil seals, but shes mine and i love her! I had the amazing pleasure of attending multiple Japfests and met some amazing people there and through this club as a whole. Things that im truly happy ive experienced over the years! Il still be sticking around the club, some genuinely good people here and i still have my electronics goodies to sell over at https://www.cs2000-z-tech.co.uk/ For now, il leave you with some images taken after 7 hrs of cleaning and polishing the new whip The Z is now sold to a friend who i work with, he is intimately familiar with its issues and it will be used and abused by him, just as it has been during my ownership, so at least il get to see it when im in the office! He's collecting it next Thursday, but for now its SORN on my driveway looking all sorry for itself! Bye Bye Z, has been a blast!
  2. Right everyone, Kelsey have just announced that Japfest & TRAX will be running together on the 4th of October, so it looks like we will get an event this year. Sadly, it looks like i would have sold my Z before this time Luckily its going to a friend who has been with me to Japfest in the past. Im not sure if we will attend October or next years event, so for now, consider this convoy cancelled.
  3. Hey guys, Made some changes in how im selling these modules and all future modules. I will still handle PM's and questions on the forum, but if you want to place an order, you can now hop onto my website www.cs2000-z-tech.co.uk and get your order placed! The website is built with Shopify, its fully secured and i dont ever see your card details/what not! Shopify handle the online shopping platforms for some huge companies and have a great reputation. You can pay with Google Pay, Apple Pay, Credit/Debit card or PayPal. When you do buy, you fitting guide will be delivered to you via email automatically! As a final thank-you to this club, you can use discount code "350zuk" for 10% off of any item! (please keep this code to this club only however, i will be tracking where code uses come from. However!!! Up until the 30th of June 2020, i will be offering a higher discount of this module. With the help of a club member, we have tested and verified this module as working on the Manual 370z's too! If you use the link below and use code "370BURNOUT" youll get an extra special price. https://www.cs2000-z-tech.co.uk/collections/370z-compatible-modules/products/burnout-brake-boost-tcs-vdc-disable-module?variant=31711081136217&fbclid=IwAR1nBuvsHJYpXQZz2agwRMDFpmEvN_yIXtLSoqJU7_HQXBkXXsnMcehBgAI The 350zuk discount code will always be valid on all products. The 370zBURNOUT code is only valid until the end of June on the specific product in the link above!
  4. Hey guys, Made some changes in how im selling these modules and all future modules. I will still handle PM's and questions on the forum, but if you want to place an order, you can now hop onto my website www.cs2000-z-tech.co.uk and get your order placed! The website is built with Shopify, its fully secured and i dont ever see your card details/what not! Shopify handle the online shopping playforms for some huge companies and have a great reputation. You can pay with Google Pay, Apple Pay, Credit/Debit card or PayPal. When you do buy, you fitting guide will be delivered to you via email automatically! As a final thank-you to this club, you can use discount code "350zuk" for 10% off of any item! (please keep this code to this club only however, i will be tracking where code uses come from.
  5. @Keyser Its been said before i know, but genuinely appreciate seeing your random shed activities Theirs not a lot happening in peoples lives right now, seeing you occupy your time with the bug, Z-Shed improvements, success or failure genuinely gives me a chuckle. Always like watching you work when ive been down to the shed, so this is no different As for those Evolution saws, i have one, have had it for a couple of years. It was cheap compared to other brand names models and have never had an issue with (ab)use ! Not that it gets anything like the amount of use as i suspect yours does!
  6. Hey all, you may remember the ever popular auto mirror folding mod, this is a little module that Flyboy and i used to sell, but demand has been non existent for a long long time now so im releasing details on how to do this yourself! This is a copy + paste of the guide i wrote to install these things Tools: Philips head screwdriver Pliers Wire Crimpers Wire Strippers You also need to purchase a universal Mirror Fold module from eBay, such as this one. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223770257610 If this link dies, try this search term eBay Search Lastly, you'll need a bunch of red scotch loc connectors, these are also available on eBay. Now for the magic, you need this colour coded wiring guide first as a reference. Remove Door Card Remove the rubber bung and screw in the door card handle/pocket on the driver’s door as shown below Lift up on the door controls piece and remove the two electrical plugs, after this, remove the two screws shown here Remove the plastic trim from behind the door handle and unscrew the screw deep inside the door card Pull the door card off its plastic clips around the edges and then once all released lift upwards to remove the lip from where the window glass rolls down. Set aside the door card for now. -------- Wiring in the Module The module has wires as described on the table included in at the top of this guide, connect them as described in the table, or follow the info below. NOTE: The photos shown are taken with a DE car, if you have a RevUp or a HR, make note to READ the instructions and refer to the tables at the top for correct colours. RED WIRE: Get the red wire from the module and then locate the thick white wire from the larger plug. Splice these two together with the scotch loc connector. BLACK WIRE: Get the black wire from the module and then locate the thick black wire from the smaller plug. Splice these two together with the scotch loc connector. YELLOW WIRE: Get the yellow wire from the module and then locate the Light Green (DE) or Green & Black (RevUp & HR) wire from the smaller plug. Splice these two together with the scotch loc connector GREY & ORANGE WIRES: Find the Grey Wire (DE) or White & Green Wire (RevUp & HR) and snip this part way down. Locate the Grey wire from the module and connect this to the side of the wire going to the plug. Locate the Orange wire from the module and connect this to the side of the wire going to the car. WHITE & BROWN WIRES: Find the Purple (DE) or White & Red Wire (RevUp & HR) and snip this part way down. Locate the White wire from the module and connect this to the side of the wire going to the plug. Locate the Brown wire from the module and connect this to the side of the wire going to the car. BLUE WIRE: This is the only tricky one. You need to remove your door speaker and locate the wiring loom tucked up inside of it. Peel back some of the plastic loom covering and locate the purple wire as shown. Connect the Blue wire from the module to this purple one using the included scotch loc connector. I would advise routing it through this little paper grommet shown here below -------- Testing Tuck the module behind this thick conduit of wire and stick it to the door with the included sticky pad. This keeps the module safe and stops it vibrating in the door. Just make sure the connector isn’t under any pressure as this can make it come disconnected. Re-assemble the door card and try your mirror switch. Make sure the mirrors fold in and out according to the switch. Next, shut the door and press Lock on the key fob and ensure the mirrors fold in. Press unlock and make sure they fold out again once you turn the car on. If it all works as expected, re-assemble everything tidily and enjoy your new mod. NB: If once connected your mirror switch works backwards ("Open" on the switch closes the mirrors), simply reverse the Grey and White module wires so they’re connected like this. If you have any issues, double check your wire crimps were done properly. Listen for the relay clicking in the module when you lock and unlock the doors, this is a good indication of whether power is being supplied to the unit and its receiving the lock pulse. Also refer to the table at the top of this page and identify which wire colour does which function and reference this with the plug drawings just below the table. This should help you troubleshoot if something isn’t working.
  7. Haha that's a shame, I would be interested if you found the time of course! Wouldn't need your coilovers however as I have the BC BR's already, just the lines and everything else that goes with it.
  8. Nice sleek install, like it! If you can find a 5v LED and can modify your OEM button, you will be able to get illumination back which is helpful as an indicator, but i haven't ever really taken apart a oem button to look how possible that is.
  9. Everyone thats paid, modules are all posted! Only a few more days left at this price 1. P15ul T - Posted 2. John Steers (Club Facebook Group) - Posted 3. Andrew Mahers (Club Facebook Group) - Posted 4. Spacemaker - Posted 5. Camz34 - Posted EDIT: GB is now CLOSED! Modules are still available as always, but at the full price as shown on the first post! Thanks to all GB participants
  10. Everyone who's currently paid, your modules have been posted! 1. Paul Barlow (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 2. Jimmy Nsouli (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 3. Ben Simmonds (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 4. Alex Barmby (Club Facebook Group) -Completed, Posted 5. Tom Wray (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 6. Ryan Lakey (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 7. Robert Johnson (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 8. Mitch Squires (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 9. Harrison Schultz (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 10. Garrett Mc Monagle (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 11. Antonio Choi (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 12. Scott R Mitchell (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 13. John Clark (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 15. Gareth Hyndman (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 16. Dan Skippy Thomas (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 17. Deville Nanny (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 18. Bluer_01 - Completed, Posted 19. Bozhidar Tashev (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 20. da.murf - Completed, Posted 21. Sensen - Completed, Posted 22. Nathan Walker (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 23. Lukas Karolaitis (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 24. Luke Bowler (Club Facebook Group) - Completed, Posted 14. Keiran Blackburn (Club Facebook Group) - Payment Requested EDIT: GB is now CLOSED! Modules are still available as always, but at the full price as shown on the first post! Thanks to all GB participants Ryan Lakey from the Club Facebook Group won the "name out of a hat" competition and his module has been refunded so its free!
  11. Everything now in stock and loads of modules built and ready to go. As a reminder, you have until Tuesday to get in on this. The price will not be this low again!
  12. Everything now in stock and loads of modules built and ready to go. As a reminder, you have until Tuesday to get in on this. The price will not be this low again!
  13. You already have made an account as you’re posting il add you to the list mate, thanks 3. Andrew Mahers (Club Facebook Group) - Posted 5. Camz34 - Posted 1. P15ul T - PAID 4. Spacemaker - PAID 2. John Steers (Club Facebook Group) - Payment Requested
  14. Morning guys, i suspect this has mostly ran its course now, but you have exactly 2 weeks until the price goes back up. I wont be doing a price like this again, so if you want one at this price, get on the list ASAP. I have 4 modules built and almost ready to go, i have PCB's for another 10-12 which can be made up with a quick component order. Im sadly waiting on the LED buttons, but after about 5 weeks of delays, ive finally received shipping notifications. With all things taken into consideration, i hope to ship out the remaining order by the time the GB closes. Theirs always space on the list, so get added if you want in. UPDATE I’ve placed a THIRD order for these damn buttons and a couple of days ago actually been informed that 2 of my order have been dispatched. I’m so sorry for the delays, but having the Chinese spring festival and this Coronavirus has really screwed up shipping around the world. They should be here in a few weeks when hopefully this has calmed down, at least a little.
  15. Morning guys, i suspect this has mostly ran its coure now, but you have exactly 2 weeks until the price goes back up. I wont be doing a price like this again, so if you want one at this price, get on the list ASAP. I have 6 modules built and almost ready to go, i have PCB's for another 6-8 which can be made up with a quick component order. Im sadly waiting on the LED buttons, but after about 5 weeks of delays, ive finally received shipping notifications. With all things taken into consideration, i hope to ship out the remaining order by the time the GB closes. Theirs always space on the list, so get added if you want in. UPDATE I’ve placed a THIRD order for these damn buttons and a couple of days ago actually been informed that 2 of my order have been dispatched. I’m so sorry for the delays, but having the Chinese spring festival and this Coronavirus has really screwed up shipping around the world. They should be here in a few weeks when hopefully this has calmed down, at least a little.

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