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  1. Selling my old setup. Have had these for around 7-8 years and have been good. A lot better then stock Cats. These also come with Wideband Bungs already welded. Cells are clear on both. One has a slight shuffle when twisting in hand. However it didn't cause me performance issues on the car. One of the brackets had a small split but this was welded recently at an Exhaust Shop. Brand new are around $450 USD (roughly $650 AUD) from ConceptZPerformance. I did a rough quote on Z1 Motorsports for a similar one and it was around $110 USD shipping (roughly $158ish AUD). So total is around $808-$810ish give or take our AUD rate. Do have most of the old bolts however I recommend using new ones. No gaskets as you should use new ones when installing. Looking for $500 ONO Am open to reasonable offers Pickup Wishart, Brisbane (Rather do pickup at this stage then posting)
  2. Front wheel specs: 17x7.5 +30 Rear wheel specs: 17x8 +33 One tyre has decent tread Another is borderline ok but potentially needs to be replaced Remaining 2 tyres need to be replaced See pics for tyre condition Have 2 centre caps and the other 2 are missing. Fits the V35 and clears Brembos. With these offsets they sit in a bit more. $350 ONO Am open to offers Pickup only Wishart
  3. You can buy just the motors new from the U.S (cheaper shipping) but our dollar sucks at the moment. I bought some but didn't fit properly (the shroud was a replacement I got in 2012 from memory and not OEM so suspect that's why). If you get one from the wreckers, make sure you bench test it there. The passenger side fan is first to go usually. What are the issues you are facing? Are they both not working or one? Clicking noise etc? Along with checking the loom connected to the fans (for dirt and power etc), you can also check the 3 relays located in the IPDM (box behind the battery. You don't need to remove the battery, you can take off the plastic trim and wriggle it out like I did). I had and issue where one fan died but I also checked the relays and 2 were faulty. I ended up getting all 3 relays on EBay and has been all good since then. My advice is along with checking the above, if you don't want to risk a second hand fan (one I bought was also faulty but the wreckers swapped it no question) is if you contact Auto Electricians who also do Alternator/Window Motor Rebuilds etc, they should be able to rebuild your motors. Also make sure you check the condition of your radiator once the fans are out. They're easy to damage. If they're all good, you can buy special cleaners for the aluminium radiator/condenser and give it a good clean. Having the fans out of the way means you can stick a hose in and point outwards to flush the fins. If you're in QLD, All Import Wrecking at the Gold Coast is currently having a sale. 😀
  4. Clearing out some old spare parts I have. May add more to the list later. 1) V35 Skyline Coupe Stock Grille - $130 ONO 2) V35 Skyline Coupe Stock Sway Bars (Front and Rear). $50 Each ONO 3) V35 Skyline Coupe Aftermarket radiator fan motor x1. $50 Firm (plus postage). I bought aftermarket motors to replace my ones. Awhile ago I swapped my OEM shroud to aftermarket ones when they died. Fast forward to 2019 when one of the fans died, I decided to replace just the motors. Not sure if it was because I had changed to aftermarket fans but the motors wouldn't fit the fan blade properly. I also accidentally broke one of the new motors so I have a spare one remaining. You may have more luck then me (ended up getting a set from the wreckers). Pickup Southside Brisbane (can post the motor if needed). PM me if you have any questions. 😎
  5. For the bushings I bought this: https://www.z1motorsports.com/z1-products/z1-motorsports/z1-motorsports-urethane-rear-differential-bushings-p-10356.html For removal I bought this: https://www.z1motorsports.com/transmission-driveline/z1-motorsports/z1-motorsports-rear-differential-bushing-removal-tool-370z-g37-p-11086.html I didn't have time to remove it myself but when I had the clutch replaced, had it swapped at the same time. My old sub frame bushing was well torn. The replacement made a difference. The tool to remove helped as well (I still have my old one, just lost one part of it). I got it when Z1 Motorsports had a sale.
  6. No trying to spam your thread but good luck with the sale, those are in mint condition!
  7. Ironchef provides the links on the bottom of the page. For Nissan, the link provided by Ironchef where you can enter your details: http://www.nissan.co.jp/RECALL/search.html
  8. I know you said the guards are secure but plus one on sounding like loose plastic. I had an issue awhile ago where one of the smaller plastic covers that links to the undertray was loose. Wind would hit it at certain speed, get partially trapped and would make noise.
  9. Haha ^ PM me your Postcode and I can look into the shipping next week if you're interested. Have a ball park figure but need to double check.
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