Lowering springs for G35X?

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Lowering springs for G35X?

Does anyone know if there is a specific lowering spring kit for the G35x, or do the kits offered from H&R or Eibach apply to all G35 models?

I know that Audi's can be lowerd and they are AWD therefore there must be a way to lower the G35X, right???
 
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Old 06-08-2007, 12:36 AM
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Originally Posted by rcohen
Does anyone know if there is a specific lowering spring kit for the G35x, or do the kits offered from H&R or Eibach apply to all G35 models?

I know that Audi's can be lowerd and they are AWD therefore there must be a way to lower the G35X, right???
It's been done:

https://g35driver.com/forums/media-share-v36-sedan/158073-quick-wash-some-new-pics.html
 
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Old 06-08-2007, 12:39 AM
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Any of the springs will work but will lower you 1/2" more than the rwd sedan.
 
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thanks

thanks. i am worried that it will mess up my suspension? thoughts?
 
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whats the problem with just putting the eibach's or H&R springs?

on FX's, it was the same springs RWD or AWD, fx35 or 45.
 
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Old 07-08-2007, 11:59 PM
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Originally Posted by ttrank
Any of the springs will work but will lower you 1/2" more than the rwd sedan.
I can confirm this! I've lowered my 2004 G35X with RWD G35 Sedan H & R sport springs. Drop is about 1.5 inches, maybe a little lower, with an amazingly even drop!

I would recommend H & R springs to all G35 Sedan owners, but many owners already know this.
 
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void warranty???

would springs void the warranty?
 
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nope...it has not voided mines and i go to the dealer for all my maintanance. The only way they can void it if it's the ride height messes up ur undercarrige or if u hit ur tranny at a lowered height.
 
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my buddy dropped on 2006 Tein H-techs G35 sedan on his '07 G35x
 
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da mayor did he change them out. I remember he posted that he us h&r springs.
 
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da mayor did he change them out. I remember he posted that he us h&r springs.
i know the 350z ones were too low .... i see infini07g35x almost every day
 
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It looked sicked for that drop on the H&R. I guess this is probably a better ride with the h-techs.
 
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2007 G35x sedan

Hey guys i have a 07 g35x sedan and im looking to get lowering springs for it. I was looking into the tein springs because they give about a 1.8 inch drop and when i asked around they said there arnt any springs for the awd only rwd. Can you guys help?? Thanks
 
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The thread here details it all out pretty well.

Basically, you can run any G/Z springs on your sedanX and it'll give 1/2 inch more drop than what is expected on a regular Sedan.

It's the front shocks - not springs - which are shaped different for the X as they have the extra bit at the bottom to wrap around the front drive shafts (where the rwd models shocks just go straight down)
 
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Okay got just one more thing will i be able to use the front shocks on the awd without having to change anything?
 

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