G35 Coupe V35 2003 - 07 Discussion about the 1st Generation V35 G35 Coupe

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Old 06-03-2010, 08:18 PM
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So I think i learn this time, so when i had my 88 hatch i went for bigger engine and never looked into suspension. Know that i have decided to keep my G till the end of its life i have chosen to start at the bottom. Well let me more clear i am a guy who prefers to have a car that preforms great more than looks. I have started with sways and have put some chassis brace on but can some one explain how it helps. Next year ill go with some tien coilovers and maybe some 350z springs.

Some one correct me if i am wrong if this is the wrong way to start cause our engine wont gain much with out FI. So i figure to balance the car as much as i can till i save enough to go FI
 
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Old 06-03-2010, 08:34 PM
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That's a good place to start, I kinda jumped back and forth. Adjustable sways along with end links that are adjustable will keep everything in place and tight. Then coilovers to bring it down 1.5" will make fun to drive on mountain twistys. Don't forget the camber kit so your suspension is totaly adjustable front & rear....
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Old 06-03-2010, 09:53 PM
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Next year ill go with some tien coilovers and maybe some 350z springs.
Its one or the other.

Don't bother with springs and struts, just get coilovers w/camber kits and you won't regret it. Yes, you are correct about waiting to go FI since thats the only way to get satisfying gains.
 
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coilovers and adjustable sways and camber kits are good, only bad thing is you will feel every bump on the road.
 
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