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RyanT

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  1. Few winter updates on this one as I continue to get it 100% right for my first year of trackday / road trip enjoyment with it. Blackfriday came and went, so picked up some final bits which were on my list. Installed a Torqen plenum spacer, and gave a good excuse to get everything inside squeaky clean. And spark plugs ‘while I’m in there’, they’ve probably been done recently but at least now all consumables have been replaced by me. Then imported / installed a SteeringSolutions so I can mount and retain the cruise control controls. Really smart prod
  2. Just to let everyone know the spacers are now sold. Just LED rear lights remaining. Will update original posting.
  3. Hello. Torqen S Spacers - SOLD. 2 x 20mm, 2 x 25mm. A must for those with Rays, perfect sizes for getting the Rays filling out those arches. Only used for 500 miles or so, until Black Friday came around and I spent far too much money on some Enkeis. Covered in copper slip but otherwise as new. Set of facelift 350Z LED rear lights. Had these kicking around for a while - Annoyingly got damaged in storage & a move. One is properly cracked in multiple places, one has a chip on the bottom edge. See pictures.
  4. Turned your radio off? I have a similar sounding electrical whine which goes away with the radio off. edit - Just realised you could hear it outside the car, and stationary. Not going to be the electrical issue then. From the rear of the car eliminates belt tensioners etc seemingly too.
  5. Wow what a nightmare.
  6. Did a similar ish thing - 350’s are such great value for money and punch well beyond their weight. Great platform for a drive to - do trackday - drive back do it all package.
  7. How does it compare to your old 350Z? Appreciate that’s a big question.
  8. Thanks! Compared with the 240Z everything is so easy to source, fit (and not insanely expensive). It’s most of the enjoyment of building a project car, with less of the downsides. Having an issue and being able to find 10 tutorials immediately on YouTube is the dream too!
  9. Cheers for the response chaps! So in an effort to fill in the gaps above. In short I wanted a simple, reliable, fun car I could drive to the track, use and enjoy all day, staying out for as long as I wanted per session, be fast, while not dreading the drive home. It wasn’t even a day before the car was being taken apart. The lovely BuddyClub seats were mounted really high which made the car really odd to drive and uncomfortable as you sat bolt upright which just isn’t how buckets work. Turns out one of the lower mount inserts had pulled out of the s
  10. Looking for 2 x rear rays wheels if you’ve got em? Found a thread from a long time ago saying you may!
  11. Hi, yes still available. Although on eBay now too.
  12. Hi all - I thought forums were dead? Anyway thought I’d do my part to keep this one going! Keeping this short as I’m on my phone and formatting this is a pain, but I’m now in another 350Z after a while out. Rewind 6-7 years ago I had this, as my daily and only car - 60 odd miles a day, which I loved. Did everything well, and was completely reliable, European trips, Nurburgring etc. Although after buying a house with off-road parking I was in a position to have two cars - And while I loved the 350Z it wasn’t special enough to be
  13. RyanT

    370z calipers

    That seems very low, unless you mean the bolts actually holding the caliper halves together? If you mean the bolt that holds the caliper to the hub, I’d expect it to be 100-110 ft lb?
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