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Tauvp

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About Tauvp

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  • Birthday 22/01/1987

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  1. Finally confirmed I can the day off work! 1) Payco - Datsun 510 SSS. Reg WWU 276J 2) KBAD - 350z . Reg J44SUS 3) nismoandy- 350z - WP06FNX 4) Nino - 370z - Reg. SK12 XZZ 5) Olly350z - 370z Nismo - GM16 JBX 6) Andy_Muxlow - 350Z - Reg. A20MUX 7) andy james. 350z reg AJ07 ZZZ 😎Humpy - 370z N12 SRA 9) Richn370 - 370Z CX59OKP 10) ColDel - vx220 - VK05XEU 11) davey83 - 350z - GT05ZED 12) pintopete58 350z GA53SOZ 13) Charlie Boy - 350z - AK56BYT 14) 💥Zippypooz - 350z - N44SSN💥 15) hotrain69 - 350z - NA07YTU 16) Joh
  2. 1) davey_83 - lunch 2) Andy_Muxlow - lunch. 3) tauvp - lunch
  3. Hey, I’ve got a set of these; springs, plastic mounts with rubber boot. PM me if you need.
  4. Cobra mid pipe will not fit a standard back box.
  5. Engine bay looking awesome Davey!
  6. I believe you’ll need adapters. 350z wheels are 5x114.3 And BMW wheels are typically 5x120. example: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223680399062
  7. 1) davey_83 - breakfast 2) DRIVE-R 3) tauvp - breakfast
  8. Great pictures Dave, it was such a good day.
  9. Epic meet today! Great to see everyone and their Zeds. Looking forward to the next one, and thanks for organising Dave.
  10. As Jallen28 said above, tarmac’s camber arm and toe bolt kit is ideal for the rear. You won’t be able to change the toe arm as the spring is seated on it. Your final values on the rear are likely the best camber adjustment with the stock eccentric bolt, you’re not able to get to OE spec on stock hardware if you drop the car too much. I’m experiencing more wear on the inside too after lowering. I do plan on getting adjustable arms on the front and back to dial in the camber to see if that sorts it.
  11. Probably aftermarket studs. All mine are 12x1.25
  12. Plastic cover for the W brace I believe. If you can get under the car, a couple of cable ties should fix it.
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