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  1. Not a small job, but not a massive one either. Undertray off for the bottom nut. Strut brace and intakes out from the top. Access is a lot better without the headers in the way but can be done with them in place. Jack the engine using a bit of timber across the sump. Reckon it would easily be done at home in under a day. Paying a garage... maybe 3 hours at a guess. Might be worth some of the experienced traders on here chiming in as I'm sure they've done a few in their time
  2. Ah I well missed out on this one, would have been ideal to swap out for my ark grip. You snooze you loose
  3. fronts - Nissan part number D0CMM-3GM3A rears - Nissan part number D0CMM-3GM3B not sure on the centre cap part numbers though I read somewhere that the centre caps are the same as all other Nissan centre caps, note, juke etc. Just need to get the right colour to match the wheels
  4. Well we can certainly give it a go... fully destroyed my stock one getting it off though, it was ridiculous how much thread lock was on there they might as well have welded it on 🤣
  5. Yeah I'm surprised as well to be honest. There just doesn't seem to be that much interest in 370Z performance upgrades in the UK for some reason... which is a shame really
  6. I still have these if anyone is interested
  7. Selling my genuine Nismo carbon shift knob. I now have a coolerworx shifter assembly so no longer required. Mint condition, barely used. Includes H-pattern sticker, original box & rubber spacer for gator. Asking £70 details here: https://www.tarmacsportz.co.uk/genuine-nismo-nissan-fitment-shift-knob-with-carbon-finish.html?___store=default or https://www.torqen.uk/nissan/370z/body-styling/gear-knobs/1054-370z-nismo-carbon-fiber-shift-knob-c2865-1ea07.html?search_query=nismo+carbon+shift+knob&results=2 Thanks
  8. I am selling my Kinetix Front camber arms as they are now surplus to requirements. Asking £180 + postage or pick up from Cheshire. Been on the car around 3 years and done no more than 12k miles. Ball joints and bushings are in great condition. Reason for sale is I have upgraded to hardrace arms as I want to run 3 degrees of negative camber. These wont quite manage it, but they have served me well. Ideal for anyone who has either lowered and wants to bring their front camber back in spec, or anyone who wants a touch more negative camber to improve handling. I know a fair few people on here run them who can hopefully vouch for their quality. Easy to fit. Any questions let me know. More deatils here: https://www.torqen.uk/nissan/370z/suspension-steering/arms-links/36270-370z-kinetix-front-camber-adjustable-upper-control-camber-arms-kx-z34-aa.html or https://www.tarmacsportz.co.uk/kinetix-racing-nissan-370z-09-infiniti-g35-sedan-07-08-g37-08-front-camber-a-arms.html Thanks for looking.
  9. Ok, no worries. I'm sure I'll figure something out when I get round to doing it. Goods great by the way!
  10. I've got the same gauge and will be fitting next time I drop the oil. Where did you tap in for power, wiring wise?
  11. First Outing of the year at Oulton Park a couple of weeks back. A little cold and slippy first thing but dried up nicely very quickly. The extra tyre width up front has made a huge difference, so much more nimble, especially in the medium and low speed stuff. The extra rubber also helped managing the temps massively. Also finished off yet another set of front pads 🤦‍♂️
  12. Yeah, no problem if I do decide I need to change it I'll drop you a PM. Saves me the hassle of posting it for sale and getting flooded with low ballers wanting it for next to nothing
  13. Thanks for the recommendation. Alunox are another place I'd be keen to speak to. Done some mazing work for some of my mates. Not cheap though. One plus about going custom would be to V band everything!!
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