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#21 370zgt331

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Posted 31 January 2019 - 08:05 PM

I really don't know to be honest. I will have to get hold of the previous owner for that information. He was a lot younger then me☹. He fitted a front splitter and back box delete but someone before him had the wheels coated black. It's registered September 2010. It has full nissan history and has covered 36.4k. So it's anyone's guess as to what has been done to it. All I know that its a lot more responsive then the previous Z.

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Posted 31 January 2019 - 08:20 PM

I really don't know to be honest. I will have to get hold of the previous owner for that information. He was a lot younger then me☹. He fitted a front splitter and back box delete but someone before him had the wheels coated black. It's registered September 2010. It has full nissan history and has covered 36.4k. So it's anyone's guess as to what has been done to it. All I know that its a lot more responsive then the previous Z.

Here's how to change maps. If you car has UpRev then this button sequence will work, if nothing happens then no UpRev.

 

I've not listened to what this guy says, but the button presses are right:

 

 

If you do have different maps then you need to find out what map does what.  Some might limit the revs, and sometimes one is set to run on 95 RON - if that's the case you need to be careful because running a 95 RON map with 97+ fuel can damage the motor.  Unless you can track down who did the maps (there aren't many people who do it in the UK so you could just call round) then the only sure fire way to tell is to take it to an UpRev specialist to read the maps off and explain what each one does.


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'A standard limited edition Yellow 370Zwith a plethora of minor bespoke mods' 

 

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#23 370zgt331

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Posted 31 January 2019 - 10:19 PM

Thanks for the information Paul. I will test the buttons out tomorrow and let you know. Same with my Previous Z and the present one. I have always used Tesco Momentum and believe its 99 or 100 octane.

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Posted 01 February 2019 - 08:40 AM

Thanks for the information Paul. I will test the buttons out tomorrow and let you know. Same with my Previous Z and the present one. I have always used Tesco Momentum and believe its 99 or 100 octane.

Yep, Tesco Momentum is 99.  I use that myself but like to put in some Shell V Power when I get the chance (sometimes a good excuse for a drive as I don't have a local garage any longer).  The standard car must be run on 98, not 95.


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'A standard limited edition Yellow 370Zwith a plethora of minor bespoke mods' 

 

*one of 40 don't you know!

 
 


gallery_245_77_177171.png

 



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