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I will have either, anyone complying these yet? I just talked the missus into the black one. :)

HA! That wouldn't have taken much!! :mrt:

no compliance yet!!

but i believe there are a few dealers attempting to......... personally i cant wait, but i really like my turbo AWD!!

You would trade your turbo AWD for a N/A RWD?

What is with the NM35 front though?

think the Pm35 350s is MUCH nicer (that front bar is awesome).

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I will have either, anyone complying these yet? I just talked the missus into the black one. :P

Can someone please tell me where I get one of those GRILLS from?

And I'd have the black one any day! looks hot!

cheers

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Can someone please tell me where I get one of those GRILLS from?

And I'd have the black one any day! looks hot!

cheers

You will need to buy the Axis front bar as well.

The grills are drop much further down the front bar.

You will notice that they are under the line of the headlights, whereas your RS/RX/ARX grill follows the lower line of your headlights.

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You will need to buy the Axis front bar as well.

The grills are drop much further down the front bar.

You will notice that they are under the line of the headlights, whereas your RS/RX/ARX grill follows the lower line of your headlights.

Ok, Cool, cheers for the info, any idea where i can that from as well?

:P

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welll to do the front conversion

u need!

the bar + grille+ lights if u want the S2 lights

but u dont need it if ur going to keep your S1 lights

i prefer the S2 lights and it'll work better with the HID's as the cut off line for the light is clearer

Actually, that front bar I linked to above requires the NM35 headlights and grill. The PM35 headlights won't fit without some crap looking cutting (they are about 10mm longer and come to more of a point than the rounded NM35 lights).

To go with a PM35 front conversion, you need the following;

PM35 headlights (I have)

PM35 front bar (I have the RX front bar on it's way over already)

Grill (or possible a custom grill - dunno yet).

All AXIS and ARX flares/front/rear bars are interchangeable and are also the same regardless of whether it is NM or PM35.

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Actually, that front bar I linked to above requires the NM35 headlights and grill. The PM35 headlights won't fit without some crap looking cutting (they are about 10mm longer and come to more of a point than the rounded NM35 lights).

To go with a PM35 front conversion, you need the following;

PM35 headlights (I have)

PM35 front bar (I have the RX front bar on it's way over already)

Grill (or possible a custom grill - dunno yet).

All AXIS and ARX flares/front/rear bars are interchangeable and are also the same regardless of whether it is NM or PM35.

Could you use some expanded alloy mesh for the grill? Or would it look too ricey?

You should do the intercooler while the bar is off too Cam. :thumbsup:

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Could you use some expanded alloy mesh for the grill? Or would it look too ricey?

You should do the intercooler while the bar is off too Cam. :D

Yeah, I was thinking along those lines... if the mesh was painted black...

No need to worry about intercooler timing. The front bar has come off 4 or the last 5 weekends.

Got it down to about 5mins (including undertray) :thumbsup:

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Yeah, I was thinking along those lines... if the mesh was painted black...

No need to worry about intercooler timing. The front bar has come off 4 or the last 5 weekends.

Got it down to about 5mins (including undertray) :thumbsup:

So, you free next week? I need to fit the catch can and trans cooler and it sounds like youre a gun. :D

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It'll be awesome if (or, more hopefully, when) we can get manual M35s here, even if they are non-turbo.

I don't see myself selling my C34 for ages yet, but a black 350S would be a lovely car, I'm guessing...

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So, you free next week? I need to fit the catch can and trans cooler and it sounds like youre a gun. :P

I may well be free... smart arse

It'll be awesome if (or, more hopefully, when) we can get manual M35s here, even if they are non-turbo.

I don't see myself selling my C34 for ages yet, but a black 350S would be a lovely car, I'm guessing...

Black 350s would be very nice.

Wonder if it could be converted to AWD

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I still think ours would be a better base. If I wanted a fast rear drive I would have just bought an XR6 turbo. (let the flaming begin.)

I was just told how much the auto rebuild is going to cost, I recon I should have just slipped a manual in there. :P

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