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My 370z from Sydney

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Hi all,

Just want to show you all my bae.

Mods include:

Invidia catback, Invidia hfc, Injen cai, Uprev custom tune. Work Emotion D9R 19 x 9.5 +30 Front/19 x 10.5 +30 Rear, kics project 20mm hub centric spacer rear, kics project rs40 lock nuts, Hankook rs3 tyres 245/40 front and 275/35 rear and moon face titanium gear knob.

Just did the Uprev ecu custom tune at Croydon Racing Developments (check out their Facebook to watch the dyno video), currently at 224.7 kw atw. 

Currently awaiting in the mail: Tein Street Flex coilovers and ATS 4.11 final drive.

To be purchased: Endless curving slit brake rotors, Endless MX72 brake pads (correct sizes this time ?????), Orc single plate clutch kit (includes single mass flywheel)

Wish list: Fujimura carbon rocket dancer front bumper, Amuse rear bumper and Amuse wing.

 

 

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Very nice Pete, welcome to the forum. Did you do the mods or did you buy it like that? 

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Hey Pete, I bought the Zed bone stock. I bought all the mods :)

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welcome petey, nice mods brah..

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Thank you! Can't wait to get the ATS 4.11 final drive installed! 

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Welcome! Nice list of mods you have!! :)

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Thanks! Hopefully I'll make it to the cruise!

Got my eyes on a few more mods, then I'm done! But then again, once you mod you can't stop.

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nice tastefull mods

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Update!!

Tein Street Flex coilovers just came in the mail! Can't wait for the install.

Still waiting for the ATS 4.11 final drive to come in.

Them feels of your car stuff arriving in the mail after a long day of work ??

If any 350z (touring) members would like some  Brand new Endless mx72 brake pads (front/rear), please enquire. Selling them for cheaper then what I got them for!

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Finally came in the mail! 

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Very nice list of mods man!! Well done. Some yummy tyres too :lol:

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Thanks James!

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Finally got the Tein Street Flex coilovers installed :) Definately feels much more stiffer but very drivable. Sydney streets can be a bit troublesome at times, but all in all, the Zed definately feels much more sporty and agressive under spirited driving without losing much comfort.

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