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  1. Would this be the normal Nissan one? So same as like in a X-TRAIL or Qashqai?
  2. Have been driving around for a couple of years now in a 206 Crown Majesta, wanted the V8, but missing the Nissan life... Would love an Infiniti Q70 5.6, if only they existed from Japan, so looking like the Hybrid is the way to go without the backwards step to the 3.7 again. Loved my V36, but the kids are getting bigger, so the Fuga/Q70 looks like a logical choice to me..
  3. Order the proper off set ones from Nissan, but get some new refills from SCA to tide you over... Found some close ones at Autobarn when I had my Skyline, and threw away the old ones, before I realised that the new ones were a close fit, not an exact fit, and did not have the offset mount, so had blades that were 1cm to the left of where they were supposed to be... 😞
  4. V35 Skyline is similar, the Coupe mid pipe is a bolt on, and the sedan midpipe is identical to the M35.
  5. Welcome to the group!!! The 350Z midpipe will be too short so you will need to weld on/bolt on an extension... It is the V35 Skyline 350GT Coupe that is a direct fit. The V35 sedan has the same massive unit that the M35 has so that is a no go...
  6. First one looks like a touch immobiliser, used to have something similar on one of my cars in the UK. Fuel pumps didn't energise until I touched the contacts together. The other one could be a Nissan accessory alarm, that has been hooked into the central locking.
  7. Any decent mechanic should be able to look after a V36. Just tell them it is a long wheelbase 370Z and they should be okay from a mechanical point of view. Brakes can be a little tricky as there were 3 types of front brake, but it comes down to either single piston, dual piston or the huge 4 pot ones. Each uses different discs.
  8. Is this for your MOT? Unless other Brits can help, it might be similar to same age 350Z?
  9. It was the fact that it was a SP/S sedan bumper that was the issue... Coupe one would have been easy, so they said.. And yes parts had to come from AUS, or at least be ordered though an AUS supplier.
  10. Looks great!! So did you order the US shroud kit as well as the line out converter?
  11. I was without my car for 5 months after a light front end crash.... Getting the correct bumper was a nightmare for them!! They thought the bonnet was going to be hard, but it turned out that Nissan had one that had been incorrectly ordered..
  12. This is the car trying to save your life as it thinks it is about to crash... Presafe type technology...
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