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Date Registered: 09-2005
Location: Wishart Queensland
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Rex


Starting a new thread for my new ride - Rex

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2011 Series 4 T31 T1 (CVT Auto) Diamond Black

When purchase, these extras were incorporated in the sale

ECB Bullbar
Nissan Towbar
Rear Spoiler
Electronic Rustproofing
Metallic Paint
Window Tinting
Interior protection package

Carry over from previous Xtrail

Snatch Strap
Tree Guard
Compressor
Tyre Gauge
Exhaust jack

After purchase
4 tonne Hydraulic Jack
Full underbody protection plates
Nissan rubber car mats
Bonnet gas struts
Stebel Horn
Maxtel 8", 100 watts Driving Lights
Towbar Hitch Cover (AKA) Butt Plug
Power window relay
Steering wheel botton lights
Slimline weather shields
Daylight Running Lights


Future Wishlist
Strut Bar
LED Scuff Plates
Dash Mat
50mm Lift
Stone Deflector
K&N Performance Air Filter
Rear Bumper Scuff Plate
Sunroof wind deflector
Snorkle (A bit iffy but might consider it)

I'm sure the list will grow

So let the fun begin.




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(new) 2011 Series 4 T31 T1 (CVT Auto) Diamond Black
(2nd car) 92 Pajero (old but tuff) Red

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Cool Jamie, they look sooooo good brand new.
As to the bonnet scoop, ahhh I dunno!, Might look too 'P' plater if you know what I mean.

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HERE is my old 2008 T31, ST Series1

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Well done Jamie and looks like you scored an awesome deal with all this stuff thrown-in.

I see you mentioned the Stebel Horn and was wondering why you didn't remove it from the T30 (if you had one that is)?

Can I also suggest that you forget about fitting the headlight protectors. They do nothing but scratch the headlight lens and trap all the dirt behind them which would certainly speed-up the yellowing of the headlight lens.

As for the bonnet scoop, why do you wanna give the Subaru guys the satisfaction? hahahaha emoticon

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Indeed it does have a shiny chrome Stebel (replaced 2 months ago) but seeing as how Cody got the car off me most everything will stay with it. Beside, as it's all wired in with relays and seperate bypass switches, would be too much of a bother. Maybe if I traded it in or sold it privately to someone not family I might have considered it.

Don't think I'd really consider the bonnet scoop for looks only and have it stuck on and at this stage, can not see me wanting to put holes in the bonnet to let the air get into the motor. Just vocalising a thought Loafer and I had when he looked at the car.

Headlight covers removed - thanks for the advice.

Any other mods I haven't thought of?

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(old) Black 2005, Auto ST-X, (Series 2)
(new) 2011 Series 4 T31 T1 (CVT Auto) Diamond Black
(2nd car) 92 Pajero (old but tuff) Red

Black Thunda is the name, splashin' around is the game!
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Snorkel...it is black too

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quote:

BlackThunda wrote:
Just vocalising a thought Loafer and I had when he looked at the car.



Mr. Loafer can try it on his T31 first, chances are it will be easier to find a used bonnet for his exy than your brand new one LOL emoticon


quote:

Any other mods I haven't thought of?



* Steering Wheel Lights On
* CVT Selector Lights On

And a mod in the Full Members Section which am sure you will soon be looking for after getting used to (or not) to the CVT when compared to the T30 auto transmission.

P.S. Have you checked the version of the maps in your GPS? Are they the latest maps or still the 2009 ones?



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Revhead Kev wrote:

Snorkel...it is black too



Hmmmmmmmm, maybe. emoticon

Looking at the 3 you mention Jalal! emoticon



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(old) Black 2005, Auto ST-X, (Series 2)
(new) 2011 Series 4 T31 T1 (CVT Auto) Diamond Black
(2nd car) 92 Pajero (old but tuff) Red

Black Thunda is the name, splashin' around is the game!
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Date Registered: 09-2005
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Went for a drive this afternoon to see how Rex handles the hills.

When leaving the CVT to do it's own thing was not too bad but even better using it manually!

Checked out the hill descent as well, seems kinda useful, save a lot of footwork.

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Jamie & Vicky - X112(c)

(old) Black 2005, Auto ST-X, (Series 2)
(new) 2011 Series 4 T31 T1 (CVT Auto) Diamond Black
(2nd car) 92 Pajero (old but tuff) Red

Black Thunda is the name, splashin' around is the game!
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Jamie,

Rego!

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Ooops, momentary lapse of concentration, must be all the leather smell going to my head!

All fixed.

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(old) Black 2005, Auto ST-X, (Series 2)
(new) 2011 Series 4 T31 T1 (CVT Auto) Diamond Black
(2nd car) 92 Pajero (old but tuff) Red

Black Thunda is the name, splashin' around is the game!
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