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For sale is my somewhat unfinished race car project. 

 

 

- Pro Flex coil over suspension (best money can buy £3700 ish new, only been used once or track, never on road)

 

- White line line anti roll bars (fitted but unused)

- Custom adjustable rear toe arms

- Hard Race front and rear camber arms 

- Akbono 370z brakes

- Custom cages roll cage 

- Custom removable rear strut brace

- Plastics For performance side and rear windows. The driver/passenger windows still operate as normal. 

- Rear steel bulk head separating front from rear of car (rear view camera in place of rear view mirror. 

- Electronic kill switch

- Cartek Time Attack spec rain light

- Partially fitted plumbed in extinguisher system

- Detachable momo wheel

- Rear relocated battery 

- Driver & passenger Corbeau Evolution racing Seats and harnesses (not in date for competitive racing)

- Akbono 370 Brakes 

- De-cats

- Rota Grid wheels with track tyres, original wheels with hardly used Uni Royal Rain sports

- spare slightly damaged rear bumper 

- spare fibre glass front bumper (I never fitted it but it came of a breaker on here a few years a ago). 

- spare slightly damaged passenger side front wing. (Got knocked slightly while parked up so I replaced it)

- front passenger side 

 

Car was a JDM import 2003 plate (currently on a private plate, this will change), it’s done roughly 60,000 miles, UK owner (one before me) changed the dials for mph. Lots of receipts and MOT certificates from the previous owner. 

 

The car was previously plasti dipped and I’ve still got one door and 1 rear quarter to undip. The passenger door is a different colour as I replaced it after a minor ding, the passenger front wing is also a different colour as it got a minor ding while it was parked up. There is also a slight ding in the roof caused by the plastic rear window becoming unstuck at the top, as the black stuff plastic for performance use separated from the window itself. There are also a couple of small dings on the boot lid next to the spoiler. I think I’ve got it all covered, if you’re interested and want pics of anything specific let me know. I also have a Syvec ecu, 350z loom and touch screen, I was planning to sell this separately all unused but if you want it we could work something out. 

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was Going to sell after 2 years of it sitting in my garage. Now I’ve gone and bought a few bits aind it’s now back on the road! :clap:

The project will continue. Tuesday it’s off to get the Syvecs fitted a tuned. 

 

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Good luck today! Let us know how you get on :D .

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Been a hectic few weeks but I’ve nearly got the Z back on the road. Finally got my Syvec ECU installed and mapped by Romain at JM Imports, decided to upgrade my S6 to a S6 Plus and fit a nice new pair of O2 sensors. I also got some GTR injectors fitted to make space for a dry nitros system :teeth:. Prior to that I fitted my various intake bits out on. Also found and replaced my knackered lower arm bushes with poly, while it was on then ramp did some undersealing. The cars currently in the paint shot having some bits painted after having the main body of the car wrapped. Lots more pics of that to come. 

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Currently planning the next upgrade, a dry NOS system and adding rev match. Any NOS advice is welcome. 

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Nice to see you are back on it :thumbs:

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Car looks lovely. Wow that lower arm inner bush was in a poor state eek

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On 26/11/2018 at 14:03, davey_83 said:

Car looks lovely. Wow that lower arm inner bush was in a poor state eek

Yeah, the horrid creaky noise that accompanied it wasn’t  great either. Seemed to appear after the dyno session. 

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A few more bits. I never knew wheel nuts could look so awesome. New intake hose fits over the big TB so much better. Currently waiting in my house for the new exhaust to turn up. 

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Fitted my injen exhaust and torquen undertray. Really happy with it all. Even the flanges look fit. I know it’s probably in my head but it feels quicker and more free reving. 

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New battery, new battery location (slightly) still in the boot. Wayyyyy more cranking power and seems to have stopped my intermittent TC light. 

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It will feel better as you've removed the most restrictive part of the exhaust B) now the HFC's can breath

 

Looks wonderful, sound clip?

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