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3rd Z - 1st 370

Old 04-12-2018, 08:16 AM
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So Im currently in the market for a 370z - the one Im looking to get checked out very well, but when I was on the test drive I felt, what is tough to describe, a little play/thud sound coming from the rear when I depressed the clutch to shift gears. All gears shifted smooth with no grinds, and I know the one subframe bushing in the rear (right above the diff - when looking at it from behind) tends to go back, but will look teary, and leaky when it does, and I didnt notice any residue anywhere.

Thoughts? My initial thoughts were that I was just mashing the clutch in too hard and quick due the immense difference in clutch weight from 350 to 370.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Old 04-12-2018, 08:42 AM
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My thoughts are the same as any used car. Find and pay an experienced tech to do a full mechanical assessment of the car. That's money well-spent...
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