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  1. Steve, were you able to fit this PN: 38335-N3220 to the pinion of the R200?
  2. So I've been playing with the installation of a OBX in my R200 for several weeks now and have gone through just about every scenario regarding upgrade and fitment. One thing I seem to have overlooked was the tolerance of the press in splined side flanges to the lsd machined splines.....and guess what.....my drivers side fits nice and tight, not so much for the pass side. I'm getting rotational play, no in and out, I've replaced the circlips with new ones. Checking the side flange tolerance back in the original open carrier it fits nice and snug like a factory fit should. So now.....what to do?
  3. https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/pts/6734897694.html
  4. Just peek into the front wheel well with a flash light when you have a chance and report back if you can, I'm interested in knowing if it looks like the photos I posted above. Thanks
  5. Considering you have a 280, do you have the coil binding as I do in the front?
  6. Interested in knowing if you installed them as VA in the front and the HA in the rear?
  7. Going to bump "stop" this nearly a year later with my results having recently installed them on a 240Z. As one can see, the set is two different designed springs, not the similar looking ones used on the 280s. I installed the VA in the front and the HA in the rear (not entirely certain this is correctly labeled by whomever manufactured them) as specified by previous posts. On the ground the Z looks level and has even gap front/rear and rides very well, not jarring, not bumpy, smooth and quite comfortable. The measured drop from oem springs to these is approximately 1.6" in the fron
  8. Bumping this ol bugger.......can someone clarify which terminal slot 3 wire connects to on the coil? 3) Insert new pin into slot 3 of ECU connector then connect to a new wire going to the _______ terminal of your coil. The car seems to run OK without this step, but I still wired it since it was done on the 300zx. I have a MSD and the car is doing well with it
  9. Can someone clarify, which coil terminal does this new wire connect to? 3) Insert new pin into slot 3 of ECU connector then connect to a new wire going to the________terminal of your coil. The car seems to run OK without this step, but I still wired it since it was done on the 300zx. I have a MSD and the car is doing well with it.
  10. Wheel adapters: http://adaptitusa.com/4x1143to4x1143wheeladapter.aspx
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