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  1. kevr6
    06-22-2017 04:23 AM - permalink
    KW coilovers with SPL front and rear titanium adjustable control arms and rear perch with swift springs.
  2. Jasonle
    05-20-2013 05:21 PM - permalink
    I haven't pushed the z yet. I don't plan on tracking my car. But what I can tell from stock and Coilovers these are more smoother ride.. going over few bumps on the road it handled great.. where as stock its bouncy if that makes Any sense. These Coilovers are popular on this forum and like I said.. for that price and the way it's dropped.. I'm happy.
  3. Jasonle
    05-20-2013 09:30 AM - permalink
    Hey these Coilovers are worth it! I love how it drives. Going over bumps it handles it good. The look of it is gives a low drop and for the price of these Coilovers is not bad ($999 new) I bought mine from a member here for $550.. used less then a year. id say get them
  4. Hotrodz
    03-27-2013 08:46 PM - permalink
    No problem sharing info on this. I bought it to increase torque numbers. Although people like to talk wheel horse power, its all about the acceleration. Torque is what sits you back in your seat. I definitely think it is worth it. If you look at the torque numbers for those of us that are running with the M370 they are better than those who don't. The down side if you want to call it is you will lose about 5whp on the top side. Not a big deal to me. I definitely think its worth the money. SS Firehawk bought one, took it off and sold it and then bought another one.
  5. Reaper42
    01-30-2013 04:21 PM - permalink
    I used to have a status seat, but got rid of that and just have the Nismo seats. Reason I got rid of the status seats is because they werent FIA aprooved. Im still undecided on which seats ill be goin with but right now its inbetween OMP and Sparco since both are fully FIA approved. I'm 5'11'' and the status seat just fit. My recomendation to you is get a seat with out sliders, since that adds and inch or two to your ride height.
  6. Zdar
    01-09-2013 01:00 PM - permalink
    Hey Rikki, I have the 18'' res. Honestly, I would stick with your HFC if you're concerned about noise. The RTPs definitely add a hiss when letting off the accelerator, but I can't complain about the bump in power.
    If you're looking for a quieter setup... try posting a trade on the parts for sale section. Believe it or not, there are people with the FI CBE that are looking for a louder setup and may be willing to trade mid pipes with you.
  7. Zdar
    01-02-2013 01:08 AM - permalink
    Rikki! Sorry for the late response man, haven't been on here in a couple of weeks.
    I have Fast Intentions resonated test pipes and the cat back exhaust with Uprev tune. 313 WHP, 257 lb-ft. See you next meet!
  8. Stino
    12-10-2012 12:12 AM - permalink
    Hey rikkiphan1506, Thanks!

    Sorry for the delayed response. I've been out of town for a week.

    I purchased the SureHold buffer from my local West Marine store. You can also purchase them online as well. Click here. And you can purchase the Muguiar's professional line of products here:

    The only good advice I can offer is to take your time and don't rush.

    Have fun detailing your Z.

  9. spearfish25
    11-23-2012 10:21 PM - permalink
    I have the Hotchkis bars and I got tired of greasing the front sway bushings. So, one day I took off the front and found the ride was much better. I think I lost a bit of steering tightness and response but it was a small lose given the huge improvement in ride suppleness. I've tracked the car with OEM front and Hothckis rear sways and she handled great. So that's how I've been living with things now.
  10. RCZ
    11-17-2012 03:16 PM - permalink
    Nah, I parted the car out long ago.

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