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  1. 1. andy James PAID 2. Sebastian PAID - Track 12.40 3. Stephanie 4. Andy_Muxlow PAID 5. SHEZZA PAID 6. Silverthorn PAID 7. Cs2000 PAID - Track 14:40 8. nissmoandy PAID 9.Paul K - will be sorting Payment this week 10. V1H PAID 11. Matthew Thain PAID 12. Jamie Thain PAID 13. whitevanman. PAID 14. Mark350Z. PAID - Track 14.40 15. luigi350z PAID 16. Sarah PAID 17. zzincubus (Len Meakin) PAID 18. Flashback - PAID 19. FruitPolo PAID 20. BUSTER PAID 21. Trott + 1 PAID 22. George (tarmacsportz) -PAID
  2. Please let me know when the LSD is for sale. Thanks.
  3. I still have the booklet from BC Racing and I have tried to summarise their descriptions below:- BR type is marketed for street use and occasional track use. ER type is very similar to BR type but offers more adjustability than the BR. You can fine-tune your suspension more with this coilover. DS type is very similar to the BR type but is more track-orientated with digressive valving. It is not recommended for the road. ZR type is the newest type and boasts huge adjustability and is marketed as purely for track use. The other choice is whether or not you want a tru
  4. I haven't really played with pressures yet but I am sure you are right. Maybe something to consider over the next few months!
  5. My drifting advice for beginners: You should run tyres with the best grip you can get on the front (I run Michelin Pilot Sport 4) and budget/second-hand tyres on the rear. Aim for 225/45 on the rear to help the back end slide and it is also easier to get budget tyres in this size. Second-hand tyres are perfect to learn on. The standard VLSD will drift nicely but will eventually fail when it gets overheated. If you want a dedicated drift car consider welding the differential or purchasing a new LSD for consistency. However, I have managed with the VLSD on numerous track days. A stock 350z
  6. My track advice for beginners: The best improvement you can invest in is your tyres. Aim to purchase the best quality tyre which is within your means. Research the different types available with your budget but I can attest to the quality of Michelin Pilot Sport 4. They provided the best improvement to the car and the best value for performance gained. Your second priority should be your suspension. These cars are up to 15 years in age and naturally this means that some parts will be worse for wear. Have your garage check for compression arms and banana arms. Replace any wor
  7. I have owned my 2006 Nissan 350z since September 2017. It has been one of my favourite cars since childhood. Growing up playing Need for Speed and the Fast and Furious movies meant I was drawn to Japanese car culture. The accessibility of the car today meant it was an easy decision and to this day I have never regretted my purchase. This build post has been created to document my journey with my car and help guide new owners in the right direction. I will update the build with any changes and you will find my personal advice for beginners listed in the post below. Please feel free
  8. I am looking for a Stillen Splitter for the 350z. If you are thinking of/know someone who might like to sell one please let me know.
  9. Thanks for organising. Brilliant show today and it was great to finally meet some of the forum people.
  10. Congratulations. Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday.
  11. 1. Andy James +1-paid 2. Jay84-paid 3. Liam Mann-paid 4. Nso93-paid 5. Humpy-paid 6. Andy_Muxlow-paid 7. Silk +1 paid 8. Dra1975 paid 9. Sisson Paid 10. OmegaCloud +1 paid South/London convoy anyone?
  12. Looking forward to this. Mid-drift car build and will almost definitely picking the up when ready. Brake drifting with the brake lights intact!
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