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So far one of the best mods I could possibly have, you can feel the difference immediately...

 

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So far one of the best mods I could possibly have, you can feel the difference immediately...

Looks great. Make sure you keep the end bolts tight. I had mine loosen up before.

Same one as the IRZ brace I think. Impact Racing Zone.

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Thank you for the advise Mac, I'll keep an eye on it.
 

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If I remember, the Injen/Impact Racing Zone bar is the only one to work with the placement of the MAF on the Injen CAI. All of them work with the placement of the MAF in an SRI or stock.

Also just from an engineering standpoint, the Injen bar has more metal contact at the end points where the bar bolts to the end flanges. The Tanabe basically comes down to a single point of threaded bolts. The Injen bar just looks stiffer.
 

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Well done on wrapping the hood Joetor, I will check the video as I am at work now. 10:19 here where I am. What vinyl did you use to wrap it, make and grade etc? Cheaper vinyls can be tricky as they do not stretch as much as proper wrap vinyl.

Did you go over the vinyl with the heat gun after you wrapped it? That`s one thing not a lot of people do and then it tends to lift where you "stretched" it. The vinyl`s memory kicks in after a few times of heating and cooling due to weather. Heating it up with the heat gun gives it a new memory though.

Hope it holds up.
 

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Thank you ZA_Juker for the feed back, I bought the 3M 1080 Black carbon fiber /CFS12 and I actually used a hair dryer to heat that up, that was done about 6 months ago and looks very good, no issues, I tried before with a chepo vinyl wrap from vvivid and ended very bad.

Well done on wrapping the hood Joetor, I will check the video as I am at work now. 10:19 here where I am. What vinyl did you use to wrap it, make and grade etc? Cheaper vinyls can be tricky as they do not stretch as much as proper wrap vinyl.

Did you go over the vinyl with the heat gun after you wrapped it? That`s one thing not a lot of people do and then it tends to lift where you "stretched" it. The vinyl`s memory kicks in after a few times of heating and cooling due to weather. Heating it up with the heat gun gives it a new memory though.

Hope it holds up.
 

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Not related to my built, I just wanted to share with you guys my new family member, found this beauty at the dealership when helping a friend of mine to choose her new car, love at first sight and I got her home, 2007 350Z with only 33k, bone stock, I still have my Juke, so this will be her sister.

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Oh cool. Nice Ride !!!
 

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Summer wheels on...
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This Thread Ends Here, it was an amazing journey!...thank you very much to everyone who helped me out...car already sold from this dealer.
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Awe sad to see you go.

What did you get ?
 

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Awe sad to see you go.

What did you get ?
Hi Mac, I'm sad too but no choice, my wife got a CR-V 2020 and I got another Z...
 

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Oh dam. Back to a 2 seater Eh. LOL
 
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