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  1. Tonneau sold. Flywheel sold.
  2. Hi, I have a few parts for sale that I've collected over the last few years of my zed ownership and will probably never get round to doing anything with. Large bore CZP 75mm Throttle body for 350z DE - £320 Originally bought from Torqen it's still brand new in box, never fitted. Includes electrical adapter and all fittings, o-rings etc. allowing it to be bolted to the stock upper plenum providing a practically OEM fitment. Clears the bonnet even with a plenum spacer. According to Torqen's product page it has compatibility with some of the Kinetix plenums as well. Lightweight Flywheel (Tarmac Sportz) for 350z DE - Sold Had this fitted to my car along with an uprated clutch for something like 4k miles but ended up swapping the whole lot for a new OEM setup after my clutch gave me some headaches. The surface is true and has a very smooth finish still. According to Tarmac's product page it weighs 8kg. Cobra resonated exhaust for 350z DE - £140 Bought this secondhand a few years back when I first got my car but I wanted something closer sounding to OEM so I got a Milltek system instead so it never made it onto my Z. It's not perfect, consider it a budget thing to tie you over. I had some welding done on one of the exhaust branches that exit the back box. The flanges on the mid-pipe need cleaning up or replacing if you want it to be perfect, but at this price point I guess the former if you want something to sound a bit louder on a budget. You could polish this up and it'd look alright. There are no gaskets or bolts supplied. OEM Vertical Tonneau Cover - sold Picked this up a few years back but never fitted it and been in the loft ever since. Comes with what looks like are the original fittings as well as the Nissan parts list and installation instructions. Some light surface marks from storage but otherwise good condition. Postage not included for any item. Collection preferred from South Woodham Ferrers, Essex or I'm happy for the buyer to arrange their own courier. I can work with you to let you know the dimensions/weight etc. but you'll need to give me some time to package the items up.
  3. +1 to following the manual exactly for bleeding.
  4. I have an RJM pedal on my DE. Have no issues bleeding and always felt it was better than OEM in terms of biting point. Think it might be best to bust out the manual for it and do the adjustments yourself. It's uncomfortable but fairly simple to do yourself.
  5. It'll be coming from Norwich about 100 miles to me. I've now got the number for someone that a friend has used. Friend's guesstimate was about £150.
  6. Yeah, I'm cautious just because it will be a private sale. Ha ha, I did think about following it back myself. It's a couple of hours away though so would be a bit of hassle for me. I think I'll have to probably book my own transportation. I just don't know any companies so will have to get on Google.
  7. I'm planning to buy a project car next week but it will need to be delivered to me on a trailer. The seller (private) is happy to arrange the transport but states in the advert that the balance should be paid before the car leaves him. I will obviously talk to him about this but wondered if anybody here had some alternative suggestions about how to manage this to give us both peace of mind. I'm not comfortable about stumping up the cash and just hoping the car turns up at my house a few hours later. Other than arranging the transport myself is there anything else I can do? Thanks
  8. Is that a 370z - do they suffer from axle clicking aswell? What's special about these kawasaki castle nuts?
  9. Very jealous. I saw these when I was looking to finish my garage build, but ended up with some cheaper cabinets on wheels. Looks great 👍
  10. I have a different setup but had the same issue. I spaced the brace and it's been fine.
  11. Lol I've had the security bits kicking about for ages now to remove my wheel but just keep putting it off for fear of rounding the bolts off. I read they're pretty firmly stuck.. glad to see yours came off ok.
  12. Stupid me. I just stumbled upon an old post where someone is using this exact lift for their 350z 😅
  13. Hi, I'm looking to buy a portable BL-5000SLX Quickjack car lift. Before I do I wanted to check the measurements to make sure it'll fit under a 350z. I'm having a self debate about where the jacking points are to get the min/max lift point spread, so I was wondering could some one help me out and take these measurements please? Step 1 — Measure the inside of your jacking point to the inside of the opposite jack point. This is your Minimum Lifting Point Spread. Step 2 — Measure the outside of your jacking point to the outside of the opposite jack point. This is your Maximum Lifting Point Spread. Should be simple, but doubting myself.. 🙄 Thanks
  14. Looks great, how did you get on removing the wheel?
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