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Old 01-08-2009, 02:05 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by G in ny View Post
i think they fit. And since the g37 is heavier then the 370 it may give the 370 more support on spring rate just a guess.

Also g35 and 350z stuff fit on the g37 so anything is possible
But you have to remember, that the aftermarket coilovers for the G37 are generally stiffer springs than stock. They may be too stiff for the much lighter 370Z. Also, front to rear balance may be different. We really need corner weights on both cars to figure out optimum spring rates.

Having the correct split front to rear is absolutely necessary to have a properly handling car, even if it's just street driven.
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