nickcorr

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  1. S and SP have the same tyre sizes as they are both on 18's. The P runs 17's with 225/55 all round. That weird 225/50 is why so many of us, me included, run 245/45 all round.. So what you really want is a set of 370Z 19's with the matching brakes.... That will give you some definite stagger... 245/40/19 9" wide 275/35/19 10" wide...
  2. Stock is staggered.... 225/50/18 front 7.5" wide wheel 245/45/18 rear 8.5" wide wheel
  3. I think it might be the 2010+ that would be series 3... 2010+ is what was sold here in AUS as a G37/Q60 coupe/convertible. Paddles are on the S and SP but not the P.
  4. KV36 is the sedan from 09 MY so has 3.7 and 7 speed auto vs. 3.5 and 5 speed of the PV36. 09 has some minor interior changes, better door handles but basically the same as the PV36. From 2010 MY there is a facelift so different lights and panels. Interior significant changes to switchgear and audio system screen and brain is completely different. No manual Nissan Skyline sedans, but there were manual Infiniti G35 and G37 sedans for North America.
  5. NIce!! Though a unit into the RCAs?
  6. DBA said the same thing to me when I asked about the 330mm brakes for my V36... Luckily Brakes Direct had been hassling them for years about that size, and made DBA aware that they were an Infiniti part too... This added the US to the potential markets and it all made financial sense for DBA. That said, I ordered them in January (on a promise that they would eventually be made) and received them in August... I think that the issue is DBA retail, do not know that DBA future planning or R&D are actually working on... Only what is available now...
  7. Did you look here? Page for J50 Skyline Crossover
  8. V35 this would fit, with the usual Metra surround and replacement HVAC controls, but in the V36 it is a lot harder. There is a Metra kit for the G37, however I believe it is G37 specific, so does not work with V36, and is also for non nav G37, and non-nav is pretty rare for V36s... This kit... If it was straightforward, I reckon I would have done it about 3 years ago.. But then again, I have a Bose and so bet it is even harder....
  9. The V35 brakes are completely different... The 3.5 and early 3.7 V36 sedan has a weird sized huge (330mm) single piston brakes that were not used on many other Nissan's. From MY 2010 they were replaced with a slightly smaller (320mm) and thinner disc, with dual piston calipers. These smaller brakes are much more common. Really no point trying to economise on the brakes when they are so important, and not even really that expensive for the slightly upgraded parts. These are the brakes you are looking for....
  10. Looks like they do!! Skyline Crossover Brakes
  11. Try Brakes Direct in QLD. Brakes that fit V36 sedan with single piston calipers. They have the front and rear discs plus pads. Can do OEM or something a bit better.
  12. Sorry the V36 comment threw me... If your V35 has keyless entry, which the pic above seems to indicate, then it looks the same as the V36 one.. It is different to the AUS ones, in that they have a 4th button for the horn/alarm deterrent thing... $260 for the fob sounds about right, and the programming could be around $150. It will need consult and possibly a key generator. Maybe ask the Stagea guys as some of the PM35s would have keyless entry.
  13. V35 or V36? I got my new V36 fob brand new from Japan via someone on this forum, and it was reprogrammed by my importer using a generic key programmer. The hard bit was getting the key code generated. He put the number written on the immobilizer box into an XP based piece of software to generate the code the programmer needed.
  14. They exist!! Even look to be the correct size!! Timing could have been a little better as the car was at the mechanics being serviced last Monday...