NicPM35

Members
  • Content Count

    99
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Feedback

    0%

Community Reputation

20 Excellent

About NicPM35

  • Rank
    Rank: RB20DET

Previous Fields

  • Car(s)
    2005 pm35 stagea
  • Real Name
    Nic

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Got the stock muffler/cat-back section off the 3.5L PM35. Should bolt up to the turbo models as well. Good for anyone wanting to go stock for selling their car etc. FREE Located 2203
  2. Price has been dropped to $1100 Show me a better deal for nice rims with almost new tyres, I'll wait...
  3. Lexani tyres are now FREE Just come pick them up
  4. Got the stock cat back and springs/shocks (kinda shot) and swaybars with endlinks I need getting rid of. Located 2203 FREE
  5. NicPM35

    bump $100 That's cheap lowering!
  6. NicPM35

    Does that mean the rear weight of the car is now on the 2 small bolts holding the original shock in place? Assuming the spring is no longer in it's perch
  7. NicPM35

    Are you referring to the BC BR kit? Because that what I'm using. Maybe return them before installing if you want to go any lower than mine? Although I'm not sure if it'll be the same story, assuming yours is AWD rear anyway and uses coil on shock rear?
  8. NicPM35

    Spend the day fiddling with the rear BC coilovers. This is as low as I can get them without the shock almost being maxed out. Took out one of the locking rings and even the lower rubber mount. (dodgy yes I know) But any lower and the spring will literally fall out going over a bump. Anyone else have trouble getting real low on the rear with BC coilovers? The front seems to slam easy no problem
  9. Selling a set of RSR lowered springs. Postage on these bad boys costs more than the springs themselves, so save yourself a fortune and buy these off me! Only selling because I installed coilovers. Only been on the car for just over 6 months. Super easy install. Currently still have front springs on my old stock shocks, so if you were super lazy (like me) you could even just install the front shocks/spring as is. $200