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Old 01-22-2009, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Some more goodies released from Japan-land..

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Old 01-29-2009, 11:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Sweet, I'll take the oil cooler listed at $0.00.
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:07 AM   #3 (permalink)
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ahaha ^ il take 10 ;] any idea when youl have pricing on the oil cooler? this was a problem for G37s on the track so presume it will transfer over to the 370..
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I wish I could buy for $0 too.. then it would always be Christmas!

We have a few prices for pre-order only to get some of these items out there, if you are interested send me a PM of what you are interested in. Serious buyers only! This does not include the F/S/R.. these prices have not been released yet. Thanks.
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ahaha ^ il take 10 ;] any idea when youl have pricing on the oil cooler? this was a problem for G37s on the track so presume it will transfer over to the 370..
Oil coolers are almost always a great idea - LOL, I joke that I am going to put one on my stock Honda civic to extend the life of the car (if I had spare cash and time, I'd actually do it).

I'm not sure about the 370Z, but the about 50% of the G37s we've turbocharged have had no oil cooler/warmer what so ever. Not that the coolant style works very well for anything other than warming, but its just odd to not see that either.
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Old 02-04-2009, 12:05 PM   #6 (permalink)
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We have the US pricing for a few of the Zele items now available for pre-order. Should be able to finalize a few more prices by today.

Zele Carbon Radiator Shroud -
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That ZELE radiator shroud looks pretty cool. If it's any lighter than the OEM part, I may consider it.
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Not sure how much weight savings you can really benefit from on a radiator shroud, a few pounds possibly if that.. definitely more engineered for styling.

Let me know if you are interested. Thanks.
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Oil coolers are almost always a great idea - LOL, I joke that I am going to put one on my stock Honda civic to extend the life of the car (if I had spare cash and time, I'd actually do it).

I'm not sure about the 370Z, but the about 50% of the G37s we've turbocharged have had no oil cooler/warmer what so ever. Not that the coolant style works very well for anything other than warming, but its just odd to not see that either.
Several 370z members and magazines have had the 370z overheat while doing mild track duty already and go into limp mode.

It needs these coolers before running on the track.
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Not sure how much weight savings you can really benefit from on a radiator shroud, a few pounds possibly if that.. definitely more engineered for styling.

Let me know if you are interested. Thanks.
It's on my shopping list. I'd consider it when removing the headlight for mod work. I hate breaking those clips, so I want to get it done in one shot.

In the meantime, I'd like to see if there's anything else like CF engine cover. Hopefully it offers some sort of practical purpose... slight weight savings at the very least? Haha.
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It's on my shopping list. I'd consider it when removing the headlight for mod work. I hate breaking those clips, so I want to get it done in one shot.

In the meantime, I'd like to see if there's anything else like CF engine cover. Hopefully it offers some sort of practical purpose... slight weight savings at the very least? Haha.

CF engine cover... I'm fairly certain we will see this sooner than later.
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Do you have to run more oil in the system with an added oil cooler ? If not, could this not "oil starve" the engine ? It is a bad enough problem is High G force turns.......I know some cars have an oil sump for this very thing.......
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Yes.
The extra volume will be the total of the cooler + lines.
You still just check in the normal fashion at the dip stick though.

BTW the additional oil is also a benefit to the added oil cooler.
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