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P/G/Q Chassis Technical discussion related to the P/G/Q Chassis such as the P10, P11, G35, G37, Q40, Q50, and Q60.

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Old 07-21-2019, 05:56 AM   #1
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G35 Suspension

Hey all,

A friend just bought a G35 coupe and wants to swap the suspension with something that makes his car sit flatter while cornering. It has stock suspension right now and it's way past it's use before date.

I used to have a Z33 and just went with BC BRs are they are really good coilovers for the money but don't know is there's much difference with the G35. I know they use the same platform, but are they essentially the same car?

Reading online it seems BC BRs are still good option, but I'm hearing that Fortune Auto 500's (or 510's) are the current best quality/all rounder/value option.

Are there any G35 owners on here who can point us in the right direction?

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It depends on your goals and your budget. It sounds like you are a just interested in street driving, so yeah, BC racing coilovers will do the job. Bare in mind that they are a budget coilover and won't come with the benefits of premium suspension. This is a good guide to g35 coilovers.
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