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Old 07-10-2018, 11:00 AM
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Hi Everyone,

I am looking to swap a 2010 6MT 370z VLSD pumpkin into my 2004 350z. I am reading that it is a direct swap with the exception of the pinion flange.

Am I missing anything else here?
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Originally Posted by bcoffin23 View Post
Hi Everyone,

I am looking to swap a 2010 6MT 370z VLSD pumpkin into my 2004 350z. I am reading that it is a direct swap with the exception of the pinion flange.

Am I missing anything else here?
Your car came with a Nismo diff I believe, only think you want is the 370z gears, they swap right in.

You need to hit a driveline shop to do it.
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Your car came with a Nismo diff I believe, only think you want is the 370z gears, they swap right in.

You need to hit a driveline shop to do it.
I would be swapping a whole pumpkin from the 370z.
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Originally Posted by bcoffin23 View Post
I am reading that it is a direct swap with the exception of the pinion flange.
Pinion flange is only needed if you have a 5at. If its 6mt to 6mt it bolts right up.
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Cheapest setup. Use the 370z pumpkin and have your Nismo lsd swapped into it. Then it’s only a reshim and nothing has to be done with pinion bearings.
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Originally Posted by terrasmak View Post
Cheapest setup. Use the 370z pumpkin and have your Nismo lsd swapped into it. Then itís only a reshim and nothing has to be done with pinion bearings.
The NISMO diff currently has a 3.917 final drive. Wouldn't I need to have the matching input pinion in order to use that final drive?
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