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Thanks for all the replies regarding tyres etc .was much appreciated. .for the last 20yrs ive had the same tune up bloke working on my car replacing sensors plugging into the ecu etc.and when I bought my 2004 350z he was the first person I callled to do a complete check of the system , but since he cleaned the air intake ive noticed when I change down my rev counter goes up to about 1100 revs but when its stationery it ticks over at about 1000 revs ....is this normal on changing down through the box but doesnt do it when changing up....!! Only changing down. He did mention that it would sort itself out but 2 weeks later its still the same ..?

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There is a throttle reset procedure you could try. It's on here somewhere. I'll see if I can find it...

'A standard limited edition Yellow 370Z* with a plethora of minor bespoke mods'

*one of 40 don't you know!

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'A standard limited edition Yellow 370Z* with a plethora of minor bespoke mods'

*one of 40 don't you know!

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WARNING - DO NOT TRUST NavTool WITH YOUR MONEY

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