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About SeanR32GtSt

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  1. This is the amount of camber it has currently
  2. I just wanna keep my current set up while being reliable and not wear through tires every year. Looking at the back you can tell it has the smallest bit of camber, my guess from the coilovers, it’s a very nice look to it while allowing me to be as low as I am.
  3. Is the hardened rubber pieces make the ride uncomfortable?
  4. I’m all for doing it right the first time. The car came on coilovers but were apexi N1 ones that were severely blown out. Got a link to the adjustable uppers??
  5. And yes I’m on fortune auto 500 coilovers down 100% given my wheel size. Was hoping it would’ve been rotors given it’s much cheaper. But it is what it is.
  6. Ahhh so this is due to me needing new tires.
  7. Took a peek at the tire tread and I have good tire wear on the inside of all four tires.
  8. My tuner also recommended I replace all the vacuum lines as well. Is there a site that sells direct replacements or perhaps a hose size chart for all the lines? I noticed on the drive home on slight occasions the steering wheel would vibrate, my buddy thinks it’s probably the rotors, thoughts
  9. So, would a standard R35 maf with a suck through set up inside a 3” diameter pipe be sufficient enough given i only have an rb20 with stock motor work and a G2 hypergear turbo.
  10. https://performancemrp.com/i-30497722-nissan-350z-370z-gt-r-maxima-altima-mass-air-flow-housing-with-air-straightener.html?ref=category:1389188
  11. I’m confused then is 4” worse off for tuning than a 3” one? And it’s only an rb20 with stock internals so it’s not like I can get crazy hp numbers
  12. http://www.nzefi.com/product/nissan-r35-gtr-mass-air-flow-meter-upgrade-kit/
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