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I emailed a couple Nissan service centres around my area and none of them got back to me with any info regarding pricing or how and when. So I gave up. Let us know if you end up getting it sorted. Ill hit up a couple other Nissan’s in the meantime.
I find my diff doesn't kick in enough sometimes when i'm going harder through an uneven corner, or maybe its the wheel lifting, not quite sure, it doesn't happen often enough. However I do think the 370z is better than you give it credit for. It's no track monster but comparing it to other cars around the same price point and type, you get a pretty decent steer.
What mods do you have? My catback gave the engine such a good note and made the upper revs such a fun place to be. Which is where all the power is anyway. I recently cleaned my throttle bodies and gave the car injector cleaner treatment. The cars heaps more responsive, has more urgency through the rev range and sounds better. It also idles nice. Maybe give that a try, My car's done 60000 Km's and the throttle bodies were pretty filth. I've driven my mates Spirit R FD a couple times. It has a full exhaust, sways, rims and coilovers. Such a nice car. A lot more chuckable than the Zed but not as planted and grippy through the twisties. The engine was nice and smooth except for when the engine went from the small to the big turbo. Definitely a different kettle of fish but you either like one or the other.