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Hey everyone, it’s that time of my 370z ownership, I am going in a different direction with my car and all these things have to go. Everything is best offer

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Old 11-30-2018, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, it’s that time of my 370z ownership, I am going in a different direction with my car and all these things have to go. Everything is best offer and if anyone has anything to trade I am looking for a fast intensions exhaust or an aftermarket diff. I am located in Chicago but I am willing to meet someone halfway within reason, also my shipping zip code is 60074. If anyone has any questions or wants more pictures, for the fastest response, you can text me at 847-361-four-zero-four-zero.

1.) ($200 OBO) I have a set of SPC camber arms. These are an absolute necessity if you really want to dial in your suspension. The ball joints are not destroyed but they can be replaced with new ones. Z1 motorsports has them for sale at $85 each. I would highly recommend this upgrade since the camber arms are out.

2.) ($900 OBO) I saved the best for last. Up for grabs is a set of True Style Stance Coilovers. They have been upgraded with swift springs. But I have worked closely with John and Kevin from the Tougue Factory to help me tune these coilovers into perfection. Originally my coilovers were ordered with 8” 14k swift spings in the front and 7” 8k springs in the rear. I kept a notebook in my car and I only made adjustments on my coilovers one click at a time. I kept my car at those settings for a week and I recorded what I experienced and felt on this notebook. I live where they are a lot of twisties. After a lot of consultation, I went ahead and changed my springs to 7” 16K swift springs and 7” 7k springs. After these changes my handling increased tremendously. After I was confident with these changes I went ahead and took my car back to the Tougue Factory to get it corner balanced and have an amateur race alignment on it. These coilovers are pretty much all set to anyone who is serious about their suspension. I have about 7K-8k miles on the setup. I hope this justifies the higher than average asking price for the setup. Again one thing I learned is that stiffer isn’t better. All springs are included in the sale unless an offer is made otherwise. My ride is so much better than OEM, it feels like it is more compliant and it will absorb any minor imperfections on the road a lot better. Everything that came with the kit is included in the sale (spanner wrenches, allen wrenches etc.)
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Old 11-30-2018, 07:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You only have the front arms for sale?
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Old 12-01-2018, 02:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Correct!
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Old 12-03-2018, 01:54 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Bump! Lowered price on the coilovers
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Let me know if you wanna go lower than a g shipped to CT
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BUMP! I am willing to do $1,000 for the coilovers without the extra set of swift springs. I am willing to ship
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What tires did you run with those spring ratings? How long ago were the struts re-valved? These are the SS version from a few years back, correct?
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I ran a 275/35R18 up front and a 295/35R18 in the back. The springs were ordered with 14k up front and 8k in the rear. Going from 14k to 16k is on 8% stiffer. I was told that I can probably go up to 18k if needed but I only needed a slight adjustment. They have more than 5k miles but less than 9k miles. I do not daily my Z and I had them on for a little less than 2 years. I believe I had the new XR1's but I could be mistaken. I would have to go look for the invoice when I ordered them.
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I ran a 275/35R18 up front and a 295/35R18 in the back. The springs were ordered with 14k up front and 8k in the rear. Going from 14k to 16k is on 8% stiffer. I was told that I can probably go up to 18k if needed but I only needed a slight adjustment. They have more than 5k miles but less than 9k miles. I do not daily my Z and I had them on for a little less than 2 years. I believe I had the new XR1's but I could be mistaken. I would have to go look for the invoice when I ordered them.
i wasn't referring to what "size" tires you ran. Talking about TW. To go up that still you're talking 100tw series/classes

Also interested in what struts you have if youc an find out, we have a local teammate that may be interested
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I ran 200 or 220 TW bridgestone tires. I can’t remember exactly which ones though.

Okay. Send me a PM with your number and I’ll look for the invoice tonight or tomorrow
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Coilovers lowered to $900 plus shipping. This is a steal!!!
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Coilovers lowered to $900 plus shipping. This is a steal!!!
This isnt a steal hahaha
New ones are around same peice.
A steal is 600 or 500 not 900.

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Your mistaken. Base stance are 1250.
Add on 400 for swift springs.
900 is absolutely a good deal.
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^ Plus I would add in that they are cornerbalanced. Every car has slightly different weight but that was around $220 as well.
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