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Old 01-12-2008, 02:12 PM
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I'm not sure it's a good idea to say you can do it with the fuse pulled or not. Seems like if there was a problem people could come back on us.
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Good point. Please disregard what I said then. LOL
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Definitely not a good idea running staggered in the AWD sedan. A friend of mine had a '04 G35X with 19" staggered setup, and not too long afterwards his front tires started feathering pretty badly, thus making the car unsafe to drive. He then traded his X for the coupe, seemingly a worthwhile trade to me
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Old 01-13-2008, 03:17 AM
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Great job TTrank on the FAQ sticky i wish i had this avaliable to me so i didnt seem like that much of a noob.

one thing that might be good to have here for reference would be the interior lighting questions.....IE which interior bulbs fit which year O RLY started a great sticky in the interior lighting section but only the coupe was covered no sedan

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Old 01-14-2008, 02:41 AM
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Thanks, I'll make sure and add that too. Won't be until tomorrow.
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Just a bit of reference for the 05 non Brembos... we share the same brake rotors as the FX35, not the older sedans. Why I bring this up is because at times, it may be easier to just order rotors for a FX35 than it is to order rotors for your G35 sedan. The rookie behind the counter may mess up your order and give you the wrong parts, making a simple rotor change that much more work... Feel free to check the parts numbers.

And for those interested, the Z mid-pipe will work too, but like for coupes, it needs to be extended.


Any AWD car needs all four wheels to be the same. Unlike FWD or RWD, when you replace tires, it is ideal to replace them 4 at a time, and tread pattern from front to back matters for optimal performance too.

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Good to know on the brakes. That is the first I have heard of that one. I'll make some updates tonight.
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Excellent info, hey one quick question. Can I use 05 oem g35 coupe springs on the Sedan? thanks
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Yes they will lower your car ~0.5". I believe that answer is in the suspension one already.
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Excellent info, hey one quick question. Can I use 05 oem g35 coupe springs on the Sedan? thanks
Not worth the .5" drop IMO.
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Bracing Bars (ie GT Spec)
The GT Spec front and rear bars will fit the sedan. The mid-4-pt brace will not.
Front and rear tie bars and rear lateral bar will fit with the stock sedan exhaust. The rear lateral bar may not work with some aftermarket exhausts.
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Old 02-22-2008, 10:33 PM
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Forgot about that one.
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Forgot about that one.
hey what about a 350z/g35 coupe aftermarket header, down pipe and y pipe to fit a sedan RWD and AWD
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This section (all sections really) needs better sticky info

Correct the rear brembo brake rotor size please.

Rear: 12.68” x 0.87” Vented disc, 2 caliper pistons
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