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My current list of things to do or doing: On order : Want to order : -Whiteline Front & Rear Diff Bushings: Link -Nismo front bumper (with black tongue) -Nismo

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Old 05-15-2009, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My current list of things to do or doing:

On order:



Want to order:
-Whiteline Front & Rear Diff Bushings: Link
-Nismo front bumper (with black tongue)
-Nismo side skirts
-Zspeed Nismo Aluminum undertray
-Hotchkys sways: Link
-SPL Endlinks: Link
-Greddy oil pan
-Bride Stradia (Driver side)
-Radiator fan upgrade (SPAL fans & shroud)
-Oil catch cans
-Power steering & radiator resevors


Work in progress:
-Install 1.5 upgrade kit
-Flex fuel upgrade & tune
-Re-tune
-Custom iPod dock
-Nismo Wing


Complete:
Performance
~GTM Supercharger
~GTM Oil Cooler (25 Row)
~B&M Short shifter
~SRP Pedals: Grid
~Uprev tune
~Fast Intentions Exhaust (12" resonators & SS mufflers)
~Volk RE-30 Wheels 19x10 +22 & 19x11 +25
~Bridgestone Potenza RE-11 Front: 265/35-19 Rear: 305/30-19
~Test Pipes
~Black thermal coat intercooler & intake piping
~South Bend DXD Clutch Stage 3 Daily Clutch
~South Bend DXD Steel Flywheel
~ZSpeed Heavy Duty Concentric Slave CSC Kit with Stainless Fluid Lines
~OEM Clutch Master Cylinder

Suspension & Brakes
~TEIN Monoflex with EDFC
~SPC Camber Kit (Rear)
~Stoptech Pads
~Z1 Premium SS Lines
~Z1 15MM Spacers (Stud replacement)
~Motul RBF 600 Fluid
~Stillen J-hook Rotors

Exterior
~OEM Nismo Rear
~Seibon TS Hood
~EVO-R Z emblems

Style
~HKS Camp II
~TWM Big Type-R shift knob
~Illuminated kick-plates
~LED Lights for: License plate, hatch area, dome lights
~Engine cover
~Password JDM
~Mishimoto Hoses
~Blacked out headlights
~Z1 Hood Struts

Audio
~Kenwood DNX6980
~Custom Upper Cubby Screen
~Polk DB6501 Component System

Random
~Fun stuff
~Car cover
~Three switches for center console: Website to order
~GoPro Hero with Wifi Bacpac

Safety


Removed:
~Stillen front license plate holder
~Intake - Takeda Short Ram Intake
~Hood struts - Fitment issues: Do not buy unless you are up to modifying per Modshack's DIY.
~Stillen Gen 3 Intakes
~Berk Tech Cat-Back Exhaust
~Fast Intentions Long Tube Headers
~Pioneer Z110-BT
~Rear fog light
~Fairlady Z emblem
~Hardwire V1

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GTM Stage 1 supercharger kit
-GTM Oil Cooler
-Rotrex C38-61 supercharger
-GTM compressor housing
-GTM Supercharger Billet aluminum brackets
-GTM billet aluminum SC pulley
-GTM supercharger cooler kit
-Rotrex Supercharger Traction fluid
-4-Ply High Resistance Nomex Silicon couplers
-Stainless Steel T-Bolt clamps
-2.5 x 10 x 24 Bar and Plate Core Intercooler Rated @ 700hp
-Polished aluminum IC Piping
-GTM oil Filter Relocation Kit
-Cold Air Intake System (K&N RC-9350)
-Bosch Bypass valve
-Pre-made steel braided oil and P.S Supply & Return lines
-All Necessary Hardware and Installation Instructions
-GTM Basic fuel system with Denso 600cc Injectors and - Walbro 255 Fuel Pump .
-GTM Custom Drive belt by Bando 7PK2640
-GTM Heavy duty Belt idlers
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Old 05-15-2009, 09:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I thought I would put my car up for a few pictures, I will not be going crazy right now, but will slowly be adding a few things here and there. My first item up is just a car cover, which came in just in time. I will be gone for a week and very glad to see I will get to use it a few days before I leave to make sure it fits and will survive while I am gone.

I ordered my cover from CarCoverUSA on May 2nd and received it about May 8th. I ordered: 2009 NISSAN 370Z Coupe (2 Door)/With Spoiler/2 Mirror Pockets/ Size G2 2 Mirror Pockets - Evolution (Technalon) - Gray, part number: C17117GK. The cover I purchased as three exterior colors to choose from, I just went with a simple grey as it seemed nice. First fitment has been very solid so far, it took me two tries actually because it says front on one end of the cover but it actually is for the back. The cover is designed for outdoor use by the website, and it should rain tonight which will be a good first test. Overall I am very happy, and will feel much better leaving my Z for a week. The cover is still a bit stiff and has some flex left in it, but I am hoping as time goes on it forms a little better to the car. Now onto pictures:




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Ghost car. Now you know how to dress it up for Halloween.

I'll eventually be looking for a cover so let us know what you think after some weather.
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She needs a good cleaning, has been naughty and got a little dirty.
I will try to get some after I clean her this weekend and put the cover on for the week. Plus it was dark when I put the cover on so they would have been horrible pictures.
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Just got back from my trip and a few things were waiting for me.
Got in:
~Stillen license plate bracket
~Floormats
~Sun shade

Also, by the looks of it I should be ordering the B&M short shifter this week which should give me some weekend fun. No pictures yet as my camera battery is dead from my trip, plus I need to wash & clean the car.

One week old car cover review:
~The car cover was on my car all week while I was gone, it rained last night so I got a chance to see how it did against the rain. Water still leaks through a bit so it will not stay 100% dry, a little sad here but not a huge loss. No dirt, bird poo, or anything got underneath the cover which was the main purpose of it. Glad to come home and see the only dirt on the car was what was there when I left plus some water that seeps through from the rain.
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First up is the Stillen license plate holder. The car has not been washed in over two weeks, one week I was out of town, so sorry for any dirt left on as I do not have time to clean her until later this week(end).

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Thanks for posting pics of the Stillen license plate holder. I was looking around the net to see what it looked like.
I'm not sure I want to get it after seeing how it mounts now... Aren't you worried that its blocking airflow to the radiator (or if you got an aftermarket oil cooler it'd be blocking airflow to that)?

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Yes it does have me thinking, the main reason I even am using a front plate (though we are required in Texas) is because I drive through a part of Houston where they will give a ticket for anything. Though, not tested yet, I will see how hard it is to take off and on without having to get out the screwdriver and such. If I am able to just twist the main bolt which goes into the tow hook and get it on/off easily then I will do that.
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Yes it does have me thinking, the main reason I even am using a front plate (though we are required in Texas) is because I drive through a part of Houston where they will give a ticket for anything. Though, not tested yet, I will see how hard it is to take off and on without having to get out the screwdriver and such. If I am able to just twist the main bolt which goes into the tow hook and get it on/off easily then I will do that.
You should be fine just spinning the thing off of the towhook socket, I would suspect, unless the license plate goes in deep enough that it would hit the bumper when trying to spin it all off as a unit.
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Tried taking it off last night but my hands were a bit wet so they kept slipping, it looks like it can clear it is just being able to grab the pole that screws into the two hook. It is two separate pieces, tow hook pole & metal bracket, and if you try to twist from the metal bracket you just loosen that bolt so you have to grab the tow hook pole.
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No offense, but I'm not sure I dig the off center mount. No front plate is the way to go. I would do it, but like I said before, I live in a Nazi state. I would have a ticket in about 5 minutes.
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No offense, but I'm not sure I dig the off center mount. No front plate is the way to go. I would do it, but like I said before, I live in a Nazi state. I would have a ticket in about 5 minutes.
I have now taken it off, it bugs me to much really. On the note of taking it off, I was easily able to reach down (without tools) and unscrew the holder. I drive through a very strict area, but I think my plan now is to leave the Stillen holder in the car somewhere and if I get pulled over just say it came loose and I was fixing it.
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Here is mine, edited and unedited, I love the Fairlady Z badge but mine just feels...off.


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Another update:

Last night was spent installing a new shifter, thanks to Stillen for a great price on the B&M short throw shifter. The instructions in the DIY are pretty much spot on which is what we followed for this install. I picked up a Razo white shift knob, but ended up going back to the stock shift knob. The Razo was very small and had no way of keeping the shift boot down which became more of a bother when shifting. I was able to snap a few pictures so enjoy.

Removal of the stock shift knob was a pain but was able to do it without destroying it at all, which is good since I am using it again.




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