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  1. BigBlue
    11-02-2018 10:51 AM
    Hi, I was wondering if you know of any good performance shops in LV that work with UpRev tuning? Since I'm not far away (St. George) I'd be interested in getting my car in for dyno tuning using UpRev; my tuner is 300 mi. away and with my health issues I'm pretty limited driving too far and I know Vegas at least used to have some top notch shops for a Z. *Since I upgraded my SC trim and then had a cjm return fuel kit, 1000cc injectors, etc. installed I still need to get some things on my tune "smoothed out" and my tuner can't do anymore via uprev E-tunes; needs to be on a dyno.

    Just let me know if you would; surely appreciate it! Thanks and good luck with that awesome looking Z of yours! Randy (bigblue).
  2. TheFluidRock
    04-05-2018 03:44 PM
    Hi Terra,

    Thanks for the great content you've provided in the past its helped me a lot. Would you help me please?

    I'm moving to a true coilover (to lock in toe) with a 1 inch drop. I'm running 19x9.5 (255/35/19) 19x10.5 (285/35/19).

    350Z Daily driver, AutoX 3 times per year.

    I notice you suggested BC's as an OK option & I'm surprised. Spring rates are 10k F 8k R. Wouldn't that make the rears 16k?!? How can all of these people be happy with ANY true coil with a rear spring above 4k (8k true).

    I am considering the Feal 441, which is hand valved & matched to 11k/4k Swift springs. Taiwanese shocks, but I do feel better about them since Odi, the Feal CEO has a good reputation.

    KW Club sports are popular, but they are out of my budget.

    I would be perfectly happy with B14 or KW V1's, but they are OEM style & I don't want to deal with toe bolt slip.

    Do you know of any other true coilover setup under $1500?

    Should I just save up for KW's?

    Thanks
    -Fluid
  3. Revswap
    05-12-2017 06:25 PM
    Hey buddy am going to use de harness on revup motor, was looking for a few tips!
  4. Trevor Zachary
    02-02-2017 08:49 AM
    Quick questions for ya. Grabbing a set of 9.5/10.5 +13 wheels going to be lowering 1-1.5" on coils with camber arms/toe bolts in the rear. So for tires, I was thinking -

    245/40r18 & 265/40r18 or
    255/40r18 & 275/40r18

    I know I can fit the 275/40 in the rear most likely without even adding any negative camber but am wondering about the 255/40 up front? I would rather run the larger in the rear but don't want the front looking slightly stretched and the back bulky. What would you recommend?
  5. carbuffguy
    09-26-2016 05:03 PM
    I'm thinking of selling my 19" Nismo Rays 19x8.5j +25F & 19x9.5j +30r
    Mint, not a mark! I even have the install/maintenance instructions that was sent to the dealer from Nismo.
    I know they're are highly sought after, but i have no idea what they're worth. I looked on ebay but not a one, in fact i cant find any for sale anywhere...any thoughts?
  6. Billyt858
    08-09-2016 11:09 PM
    Thanks for the tip. I'll roll my rear finder this week and see how it goes...and for the front i'll try to adjust it in a bit before pulling on the front bumper. I just don't want to get a dent on the front fender.
  7. jPaint86
    07-01-2015 10:21 AM
    Hey I saw on an old thread you mentioned modding buddy club rail to sit lower. Did you just cut out an inch or so from the back? I cant fit with helmet on now
  8. rizeld
    04-07-2015 07:44 PM
    ROFL, that signature dude!!
  9. rizeld
    04-07-2015 07:25 PM
    LOL I love your signature. I laughed for about 3 mins
  10. koyv90
    11-20-2014 10:30 PM
    Thanks for ur help all the itme!

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