|05-14-2011, 12:16 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2011
Drives: G35X '08Rep Power: 3
Specs or feedback on Touring/Sport/Nismo springs
I'm considering a little experiment with my g35x sedan. A few G owners have had good results with 370 SPORT springs (fronts lower the a G by ~0.9", but rears aren't compatible).
I've searched, but can't find a good source of info for the differences between the touring, sport, and nismo 370 OEM springs (ride, rate, and settled height).
I'm tempted to go with the sport springs, but let me know if any of you might know if the touring or nismo springs are much different (especially in terms of height).
thanks in advance for any input. Lots of good info in this site so far.
EDIT: also please feel free to let me know if you might have some for sale :-)
WTB OEM 370z springs
|05-14-2011, 06:13 PM||#2 (permalink)|
F a i r l a d y Z
Join Date: Feb 2011
Drives: 09 PG T/S/N 7ATRep Power: 4
touring/base/sport all have the same springs I believe. Nismo is a bit stiffer and lowers a 370 by like .4" I think.
2009 Platinum Graphite Touring
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