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  • Birthday 29/03/1966

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  1. G4+ 350Z link ECU Part no.N350+ Removed from my Z prior to sale has been great fun very flexible this is what I used with my Individual Throttle Bodies just swap for standard ecu and run a tube from the manifold to connect to the on board sensor and you should be up and running this has been 100% reliable this is a link to the manufacturers site and their online support is excellent https://dealers.linkecu.com The ECU wont use the rear O2 sensors and doesn't work with the factory wideband fronts if you have them. I had separate Spartan wideband sensors connected to mine I also have an expansion loom connected as shown in photo giving an extra analog in,digital in and auxiliary output I'm really not keen on posting this so would prefer local collection but will consider if no other option I'm looking for £600 ovno these are still nearly £1250 new and the expansion looms cost £50 I will also be putting my 2 Spartan wideband controllers and sensors up for sale but will give anyone wanting the ECU first refusal
  2. seems like reasonable and harmless question to me personally I've blown all my pocket money on a new Z and some shiny bits for it
  3. So I decided to put more of the Z back to stock before selling it the link G4+ ecu is coming back off and the 2 spartan wideband sensors and controllers, seems people are happy to modify cars but wary of buying them and if I stop to think about it I'd be the same In other news The invidia Exhaust on the Z sounds Awesome excellent quality https://www.tarmacsportz.co.uk/invidia-nissan-370z-09-n1-gt-cat-back-exhaust-stainless-steel-tips.html Thanks to Chris @Tarmac@TarmacSportz
  4. In case anyone was wondering what happened to my 350Z the answer is nothing I still have it it will be sold but I still have some poly bushed suspension arms and a clutch slave cylinder and hose that I never got around to fitting and I might get the wheels refurbished not sure about that yet and a few other little jobs so at present it's at work where I have more space 18" alloys good tyres all round BC Racing Coilovers with custom Air Ride setup some of the suspension is poly bushed I have them all just haven't fitted them true dual exhaust HKS copy standard cat's fitted but also have high flow set that would go with it high capacity ally sump Link G4+ plugin ECU also another engine was fitted at 68000 miles with 25000 miles on it car is now at 76000 miles so engine has about 33000 miles on it She'll be going up for sale within the month I'm in no hurry to part with her but if anyone locally is interested you can come take a look
  5. too late I already have a new exhaust and W brace on the way from Tarmac Sports and as I will tell my wife "Honest my love it was a gift"
  6. Hopefully not Christine like the 350z
  7. The wife says it can't come in the house and has to sleep outside
  8. So as I explained to my wife I just went out for a drive minding my own business and this little black number followed me home So I had to adopt it as it had nowhere else to go
  9. Keyser has anyone told you that you're "special" really really "special" But I hope there is no cure for it cause it's awesome
  10. So even though I intend to sell my Z this year while all of these restrictions are in place I have been doing all of the little jobs I should have done ages ago including refining and simplifying the the air ride control I had some power supply issues when the compressor was running and fitted an extra battery next to the control unit which solved this but have discovered that a couple of large capacitors work just as well it used to have a pot to adjust the ride height but i didn't like it so went over to a rocker switch also since I plan on selling I've relocated and refitted the factory amp which I removed because it was in the way of the tank I also plan to fit a led bar graph display to indicate height as I never found an appropriate location for the touchscreen display I've also rewritten the software to improve the height / pressure averaging to stop it making continuous adjustments I'll get some pictures up some time this week also I get a lot of people contacting me asking for help and information about some of my diy projects via PM instead of replying to posts usually they have no posts and no profile info in the past I have helped but it takes up my time so from here on if you're not contributing to this site then I can't spare you the time
  11. engineered to the standard your renowned for i would say I'm on my second one of these they seem to block up/gum up easily as you say cheap but good for the money i have a dosing pump feeding coolant (water and a splash of antifreeze) to mine I either use just coolant, a mist or just lots of air depending on what I'm cutting
  12. Just caught up with this good work love the bead roller quite envious to be honest I thought you also had a Tig welder i find it good for different thicknesses of metal
  13. Definitely going to have to upgrade the engine that things gonna weigh a ton

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