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Old 11-07-2015, 04:15 PM   #1
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Fall mini shoot with the red vert

Mini shoot in the rain.

Recent change as of September is.

Removed 20mm spacer
Running 305/30/20 tires temporarily.





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Old 11-07-2015, 05:04 PM   #2
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As always C2k, sweet vert's looking proper!
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Old 11-08-2015, 12:44 PM   #3
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Beautiful vert. 305s huh, damn. Lot of rubber back there for that size car. I like it. I'd love to see a pic of "Dat Azz" with them on there.....
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Very clean look!
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Beautiful vert. 305s huh, damn. Lot of rubber back there for that size car. I like it. I'd love to see a pic of "Dat Azz" with them on there.....
Thanks. So 15mm spacers added from the original pic and car is raised 1/8th of an inch.

A recent shoot with the back of the vert that I did.

https://photobycereal2k.smugmug.com/Category/111515CS50shoot1CS/i-WwzZ9F5/A
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Yep, that's a lot of rubber lol. Looks great....
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C2K, that rear diffuser is so badas$ as is the view from back there, more pics please!
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C2K, that rear diffuser is so badas$ as is the view from back there, more pics please!
It really is! I see this in your mods thread: 350Z TS Style Diffuser. Worlds first on the vert.

http://www.myg37.com/forums/picture-...-diffuser.html

If you have time would you PM me a little about the purchase and install. Any info would be great. Thanks!
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It really is! I see this in your mods thread: 350Z TS Style Diffuser. Worlds first on the vert.

http://www.myg37.com/forums/picture-...-diffuser.html

If you have time would you PM me a little about the purchase and install. Any info would be great. Thanks!
You can ask in the thread, but it was purchased from outcase garage. Thee will likely be a wait time for it. There is a cf and nom cf version. You will need an aluminium rectangular bracket. Holes on the opposite faces for screws on both faces. One face will attach the the diffuser and the other will attach to the bumper.

Just have to measure and mark, line up the bracket. Attach to the bumper, then attach the diffuser to the bracket and secure with the other holes that were drilled. I want to say self driving screws were used.

A professional body shop was used for the install. So they "should" know how to get it installed.
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Yep, that's a lot of rubber lol. Looks great....
Thanks. Going for the meaty flush look. No choice really.

With 3degrees camber i destroyed my last set of tires way too quickly. 305s were all the tire shop had. But i will likely stick with this going forward if i can find a good brand to stick with.
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C2K, that rear diffuser is so badas$ as is the view from back there, more pics please!
Ok, I will post some more later. Thanks for the feedback.
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nice ride. Ever thought about painting those headlights black and getting rid of that orange bar?
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You can ask in the thread, but it was purchased from outcase garage. Thee will likely be a wait time for it. There is a cf and nom cf version. You will need an aluminium rectangular bracket. Holes on the opposite faces for screws on both faces. One face will attach the the diffuser and the other will attach to the bumper.

Just have to measure and mark, line up the bracket. Attach to the bumper, then attach the diffuser to the bracket and secure with the other holes that were drilled. I want to say self driving screws were used.

A professional body shop was used for the install. So they "should" know how to get it installed.
Hey Cereal,

Have the diffuser ordered from a guy that had it on his Z. He doesn't have the 'rectangular bracket' you'd mentioned above. Any ideas on dimensions, type of bracket, etc?

I'm going to have a local shop do the install. Want to have all the parts in hand.

Hope you don't mind me stealing this idea from you? I think it looks 100 and haven't found any alternatives.

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nice ride. Ever thought about painting those headlights black and getting rid of that orange bar?
Thanks. No. I like the stock look.
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Hey Cereal,

Have the diffuser ordered from a guy that had it on his Z. He doesn't have the 'rectangular bracket' you'd mentioned above. Any ideas on dimensions, type of bracket, etc?

I'm going to have a local shop do the install. Want to have all the parts in hand.

Hope you don't mind me stealing this idea from you? I think it looks 100 and haven't found any alternatives.
Aluminum bracket from a hardware store I think. maybe less than half an inch. wide. It just needs to fit the gap between the diffuser and the bumper.

I don't mind Yeah, there are not many options if you want to do anything with the rear bumper diffuser wise on the vert.
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