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Is this a Z32 AFM?


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Just got this Z32 AFM (I think ) but it doesn't have that goldy sticker on it.

It's an 80mm AFM & its got the Nissan logo but where the gold sticker usually goes its got a purple sticker with :

22680 16V00 A36-000 N60


JECS made in Japan

Any ideas?


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penfold, thats a Y31/Y32 AFM. Also beleive its the same AFM that comes on RB20 A31's (Cefiro's).


A Z32 AFM should have an orange sticker and serial 22680 30P00 A36-000 N62. The yellow sticker AFM is the Q45 (90mm) and serial 22680 6IU00 A36-000 P60.


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My AFMs are orange and the numbers are 22680 05U00 A36-000 J70. Are these stock GTR items?

They are stock RB26DETT AFM's. They are std across R32,R33 & R34

Hrm going by part number looks like its an AFM for a Nissan Maxima:

1992-89 3.0L (VE30DE, VG30E) 181"

Will this do the same job and get similar readings?

From my data, these came stock on alot of different engines - but they were in the A31, Y31 RB20 cars, which makes me think that they probably wont flow as well as a Z32 item.

As far as I know, they all have similar flow amounts, apart from the Z32 and Q45 (with the Q45 being your best option as it flows the most, but can be difficult to install as its 90mm).

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