Z32 Z32 Rare parts

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  1. MintZ32

    MintZ32 Member

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    The same for LMGT2's had a set of 8.5 front and 9.5rear on my R33 in the 2000's & saw a set recently for $5k USD
     
  2. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    my Z build is built on adding as many rare optional parts I can that I like into my 2kspec build.

    Off the top of my head I've got;

    Optional Altia illuminated door sills
    Optional Altia illuminated 1/4 windows shades (2+2)
    2000 model Version R Steering wheel
    US rear TT spec alloy wheels
    1997 window switchs L & R (up and down style)
    2000 model center wheel caps
    2000 model carbon fiber window switch trim pieces
    2000 model carbon fiber stereo shroud
    2000 model TT instrument cluster
    2000 model Xenon headlights
    1997 model ECU
    USDM OEM Adjustable damping suspension on all 4 shocks
    2000 model Version R coil springs on all 4 shocks
    2000 model Version S/Rrear side skirts
    2000 model Version R rear spoiler
    OEM electric passenger seat
    1990 Dealer optional infra red remote central locking and alarm system
    optional automatic folding side mirrors system
    1997 optional fold out JDM tv screen unit
    Optional Mini disc stereo player
    Optional 6 disc CD stacker in the boot
    Optional Luggage boot mat
    Series 2 digital climate control pod and amplifier module
    Optional Boot toolkit
    USDM Defrostable side mirrors
    Optional Floor mats set (I'm talking about the really thick durable mates front and rear)
    Optional roadside flashing beacon tool
    2000 model lower chassis support bracket
    stillen SMZ pedal pads
    2000 model brake master cylinder
    Series 2 Crank Angle Sensor
    Stillen SMZ K&N pod filter

    thats all i can think of atm, most of these are still in the process of being installed into my Z
     
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  3. MintZ32

    MintZ32 Member

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    May as well add mine in

    Navan 5sp Shifter knob
    Nismo 300km dash cluster
    2k spec dash surround off spec R car

    Didn't know the jack kit, super thick floor mats and folding mirrors are rare, but happy to know I have those too :)
     
  4. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    The original tool bag and tool kit are rare from what i know discontinued and come with pilars a swappable screwdriver and spanners. All say nissan on them tool and come in a black leather bag.

    Folding mirrors arnt rare as all jdm models have them but im talking about the auto folding mirror system. It allows the mirros to fold in or out automatic when the car is either turned off or on.

    And for the floor mats there were 3 types to choose from from the factory. Thin grey coloured mats then the bluish plush or fluffy type mats and then the thick grey and blue coloured mats with a white water splash pattern on it.
     
  5. MintZ32

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    in that case I have it floor mats I have are very thick and bluish haven't really noticed the water splash pattern though
     
  6. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Ill post some photos so ull know what i mean. Ive only seen about 1 or 2 other z with them. Very rare and to me the best mats for the z:)
     
  7. MintZ32

    MintZ32 Member

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    Just headed out to mine and took some snaps
     

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  8. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Yup toolkit is spot on same as mine but you have the plush fluffy mats. The ones i have are a step up from those ones and are very thick like a expensive carpet type mat
     
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  9. Jason ttz32

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    I have a factory air compressor,
    (to inflate spare wheel) and a flare located at foot-well passenger side.
     
  10. Dreilide

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    Any more info on this? I'm aware the series VI cars have more chassis bracing but there is not much out there on what exactly they did.
     
  11. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Yup here are some photos of the improved support bracket from the 2000 model

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    As you can see it is much longer and uses an additional 4 mounting bolts at either end to increase chassis support. I have fitted it to my car with no problems but as my Z is pre 2000 model the mounting bolt holes for the extended ends of the support bar bracket cant be utilised. Still I believe its more improved and rigid design is potentially adding a slight increase to my Z's chassis rigity over the the original.
     
  12. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Here are the floor mat options for the Z32.

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    The most common and the mats that came on my Z are the far right mats which are thing and easily worn after years of use. The middle and most desirable due to its thicker nicer design are the middle what are refered to as plush shag mats. However the ones I have are the far left mats which were the most expensive to buy new and are very thick carpet type mats.

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    What I like about these mats are that because they are so thick they don't wear as easily and so should last me for decades even with heavy use as I daily my Z and I like the design of the mats which some people call it a coolant spill look.
     
  13. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    pics dont work mate.
     
  14. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Yup here are some photos of the improved support bracket from the 2000 model

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    As you can see it is much longer and uses an additional 4 mounting bolts at either end to increase chassis support. I have fitted it to my car with no problems but as my Z is pre 2000 model the mounting bolt holes for the extended ends of the support bar bracket cant be utilised. Still I believe its more improved and rigid design is potentially adding a slight increase to my Z's chassis rigity over the the original.
     
  15. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Here are the floor mat options for the Z32.

    [​IMG]

    The most common and the mats that came on my Z are the far right mats which are thing and easily worn after years of use. The middle and most desirable due to its thicker nicer design are the middle what are refered to as plush shag mats. However the ones I have are the far left mats which were the most expensive to buy new and are very thick carpet type mats.

    [​IMG]
    What I like about these mats are that because they are so thick they don't wear as easily and so should last me for decades even with heavy use as I daily my Z and I like the design of the mats which some people call it a coolant spill look.[/QUOTE]
     
  16. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    Sorry guys photo links all fixed now, I havent posted in a while and I forgot google photos dont show up in forums.
     
  17. Jason ttz32

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    Hi Adam, what size tyre are you running on the US Spec. Rims?
     
  18. ADAMZX

    ADAMZX 2000spec Conversion

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    From memory 245 50 r16 thats the only size i can find that fits those rims in aus with my tyre guy.
     
  19. Jason ttz32

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    Cheers.
     
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    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    Couple other bits

    sales brochures

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    Japanese service dial and Aussie owners manual

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    A few magazines featuring Z. Zoom with a spread on my car, HPI with a write up on an aus300 event and Japanese mag hyper rev.

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    Not parts but nice to collect this stuff I think. Lives in a big file to one day go with the car lol
     
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