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Old 08-10-2018, 11:10 AM
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Introducing a new, simpler way to read My350Z: Infinite Scroll! Now, instead of needing to click "Next" in a thread to keep reading additional posts, you will see a layout that automatically loads the next page of a thread as you scroll. We've also updated a few other parts of the layout so they remain easily accessible while you read, including access to thread search, a button to jump to the first unread post, and a Quick Reply box that lets you type a reply while scrolling through the thread content.

In tandem with Infinite Scroll, we also rolled out a revised post editor that lets you see your post formatting changes in real time. For example, if you choose to bold your text, the text will appear in bold right in the editor - no need to submit or preview the post to see the change. Keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl + B for bolding are now supported, too. Additionally, the revised editor includes a combined photo and attachment uploader. The forum will know to embed image uploads into your post, and place all non-image files (PDFs, Word docs, etc.) as attachments at the bottom. You can even upload multiple file types at once and the forum will sort them on the fly.

We're happy to answer any questions you may have about the new functionality right here in this thread. If you would like to keep the standard thread view with separate pages, or remove the related threads that appear at a thread's end, head to your User CP's Edit Options page and simply disable “Infinite Scroll” or “Related Threads." Please note that these options only apply to the desktop version of My350Z.
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Old 08-10-2018, 11:54 AM
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Thanks for the update on the new.... updates!

Is there a way to incorporate a quote into the new 'quick reply' function?
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Originally Posted by SpartaEvolution View Post
Thanks for the update on the new.... updates!

Is there a way to incorporate a quote into the new 'quick reply' function?
Including quotes in the Quick Reply pop-up is not currently doable, but it's something we can definitely consider for the future. Thanks for the feedback!
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Is there a way to turn it off?. Hate it on corvetteforum, hate it here
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Is there a way to turn it off?. Hate it on corvetteforum, hate it here
YUP... here ya go.

1. GO TO YOUR USER CONTROL PANEL.





2. GO DOWN TO "EDIT OPTIONS" ON LEFT NAV BAR





3. SCROLL DOWN TO "INFINITE SCROLL" (about 2/3rds way down page) and TOGGLE ON/OFF AS YOU WISH.

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Old 08-13-2018, 03:35 AM
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Hey, guys so I'm replacing my 2008 350z passenger side quarter panel on my coupe. I'm wondering if any other year would fit on my 08? will a 03,04,05,06,06 fit?
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Old 08-26-2018, 01:57 PM
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Hey, guys so I'm replacing my 2008 350z passenger side quarter panel on my coupe. I'm wondering if any other year would fit on my 08? will a 03,04,05,06,06 fit?
completely wrong section noob
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I have 2003 350z: My mods oil catch can that was installed car ran fine with new catch can I took off the upper and lower intake and
after reinstall with gray silicone and brand new gaskets car will start but will not stay running I have cleaned MAF SENSOR and TB
Inspected upper and lower intake and I don’t see cracks but when I spray break cleaner it idles UP. I checked my cam shaft position and those are also brand new SOMEONE HELP. Thank you
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Originally Posted by Oliver_350z View Post
I have 2003 350z: My mods oil catch can that was installed car ran fine with new catch can I took off the upper and lower intake and
after reinstall with gray silicone and brand new gaskets car will start but will not stay running I have cleaned MAF SENSOR and TB
Inspected upper and lower intake and I don’t see cracks but when I spray break cleaner it idles UP. I checked my cam shaft position and those are also brand new SOMEONE HELP. Thank you
how in any way is this related to the announcement of the infinite scroll? i swear noobs need to get hooked on phonics or something, maybe reading comprehension classes
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Old 12-10-2018, 08:01 PM
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350z My mods oil catch can KN air filter. I bought a new catch can and installed the car ran fine with oil catch can
I removed the center intake plenum to clean oil out from there. Then I reinstalled everything and now the car won’t start
I cleaned MAF and I used gray silicone for all gaskets to be sure of no vacuum leaks. But when I spray on the BOTTOM of the center plenum
the car idles up. But I used gray silicone and the gasket. Is there anything else that can be wrong. ??? Does anyone else have a problem like this
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350z My mods oil catch can KN air filter. I bought a new catch can and installed the car ran fine with oil catch can
I removed the center intake plenum to clean oil out from there. Then I reinstalled everything and now the car won’t start
I cleaned MAF and I used gray silicone for all gaskets to be sure of no vacuum leaks. But when I spray on the BOTTOM of the center plenum
the car idles up. But I used gray silicone and the gasket. Is there anything else that can be wrong. ??? Does anyone else have a problem like this
holy hell.... what does this have to do with the infinite scroll feature of the forum.... because that is the thread you posted in. did you just post in the first thread you saw without reading it or something?
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Will I be able to put19” 2009 370z wheels on a 2004 350z without modification
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holy hell.... what does this have to do with the infinite scroll feature of the forum.... because that is the thread you posted in. did you just post in the first thread you saw without reading it or something?
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Will I be able to put19” 2009 370z wheels on a 2004 350z without modification
jeebus..... reading comprehension is not a strong point anymore is it
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Sorry I am new hear , don’t get your knickers twisted. Now can you answer my question or not
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Obviously new.....and yes
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Will I be able to put19” 2009 370z wheels on a 2004 350z without modification
Depends on what modifications you're referring to. There are no fender mods needed with proper tires (245 or 255/35F and 275 or 285/35R but fronts will require 20-25mm spacers to fit properly as Z34 front wheels are high offset (+40 or +47mm) where Z33 should have +30 or below. Hardly a modification but some might object to using spacers. I run Z34 wheels (Nismo, Sport, or LMZ5) without a single clearance problem.

LMGT5 (aka Z34 Nismo)

19x9.5 +40 (run with 20mm front spacers, effective offset = +20 front), and 19x10.5 (+23 rear natural)

LMZ5 (aka Z34 S-Tune, same fit as Z34 Sport wheels - no pic, not yet mounted)

19x9 +47 (with 25mm spacers= effective offset +22 front) and 19x10 +30 rear (natural) - These are my favorite wheels. Only 20.3lbs avg per corner and with light weight tires, low 40# totals.

As I always say, "I don't like spacers but I use them to run the Z34 wheels, best deal on forged wheels anywhere."
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I honestly have no idea who likes infinite scroll. Disabling saved me here.
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I honestly have no idea who likes infinite scroll. Disabling saved me here.
Same here, no use for it.
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