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  1. The short tails were louder, especially on a cold start. Where as the ark exhaust has more of a deeper growl. I bought the short tails not long after buying my 370z Nismo. The oem backbox and tails weren't in great condition and these were a cheaper option for tiding up the back end than forking out for a whole new exhaust system. The reason for upgrading the whole system now was because my zed was serviced recently and my mechanic said that the exhaust mid section would need some attention in the near future. That gave me the perfect excuse to get the entire system replaced.
  2. ** NOW SOLD ** ** Will consider reasonable offers *** Am selling my Tarmac Sportz Short Tails as I now have an Ark Grip exhaust on my zed. Am wanting £325.00 which includes shipping. Alternatively I will sell for £300 if buyer wants to collect. I am based in Somerset, near Glastonbury. Short Tails are in good condition. Please see the pics below. PM me if interested. Thanks.
  3. The flanges to the left of the rear diff had to be readjusted and the exhaust itself was lengthened. Without the extension the tails would have been tucked under the car. I believe it's because the 370Z Nismo is slightly longer than a standard 370z.
  4. Hi All, Got my new Ark Grip Exhaust fitted a short time ago. Here are a couple of pics.
  5. Had this arrive on Friday. Just got to get it fitted.
  6. I'm not changing the cats at this time, but I may do at some point.
  7. Hi Guys, Well I've ordered the Ark Grip exhaust for my 370z Nismo. Can't wait to get it fitted. Yes there may be some fitting issues, but I do have a local welding firm on standby who can do any additional fabrication work required. The extra cost will be well worth it as I think it looks great. I will of course post up some pics once It is on. Just one question, will it be worth getting my zed remapped once it fitted? I'm guessing not, but just wondered.
  8. Thanks for posting the reply from ARK. It's a shame as I do like the Grip exhaust.
  9. This is getting rather confusing.
  10. I spoke to Chris at Tarmac on Tuesday and had decided to go for the Ark Grip exhaust. However on seeing Payco's post as above, I called Chris back today to query this issue with him. It seems that Ark do two versions of this exhaust. One to fit a standard 370z and one for the Nismo version. If you are thinking of getting this exhaust from Tarmac, get in contact with them prior to ordering and state which exhaust version you require. I'm on holiday next week, but will be placing my order when I return.
  11. Hi Guys, I had my 370z Nismo serviced Friday. It all went well. The only thing my mechanic did say was that the mid section of the exhaust may need some attention at some point. With this in mind I am considering getting a new exhaust system. I've currently got Tarmac short tails on my zed and ideally I'd like a system that will produce the same sort of sound. Cosmetically I do like the systems with titanium tips. Any recommendations?
  12. I bought the spring from "jollyranchers" here on the forum and don't know where it was purchased originally. Jollyrancher did provide an ebay link though, as below. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FIT-INFINITI-G37-G37S-G35-NISSAN-370Z-370-Z-6MT-CLUTCH-PEDAL-ASSIST-SPRING-JSOLO/201111152023?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
  13. It feels different put it that way and now I can at least feel the biting point a lot better.
  14. Had the clutch helper spring fitted today. Clutch pedal does feel a little bit stiffer, but am able to feel the biting point a lot better.
  15. I love my zed don't get me wrong, but I'm one of those people who likes to get out about most weekends. I do a lot of walking and very often this means going off the beaten track sometimes, down small lanes, etc. Obviously with a car like this the one thing you don't want to be doing is having to drive your car up onto a verge or into a hedge if there is a tractor or something coming the other way for fear of scratching the hell out of it. When I do plan a trip out these days, I'm checking google to see what the road are like where I am going. I had a ford focus before my zed and because I wasn't that precious about it, it got muddy, scratched and was a real work horse and in some ways I do miss having a car like that. Something I don't have to worry about. I can't really afford to run two cars either so this is the conundrum I find myself in. Do I keep my zed and just avoid going off the beaten track or do I sell it and get a go anywhere vehicle?

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