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Hi all

My name is Eric, I am from Australia. I brought my Murano as brand new in Dec 2012.

Great power, beautiful interior with suitable price.

Mods so far:

Rohana wheels
20x10 offset +40 front
20x10 offset +25 Rear

Wrapped on Toyo tyres, 275/45/20 all around




 

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Looking good! :)
 

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Hi all

Lowered springs are arrived from Japan RSR.

Getting install today.

Front grill has been plastdip into black, rear badges has been removed.

Pictures will be up soon...
 

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I think Black is the best looking color on this car. Man is it hard to keep clean though!
 

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Hi Mr3Putt

Colour black is a bit hard to keep clean, it is easy to see if there is an tiny scratch.
 

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Hi all

Finally I got my new wheels from Japan after three months waiting.

Lower offset this time. Front is +35, rear is +20.

Please see the attached pictures, sorry for poor quality.:)
 

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Look awsome with the beefier tire. I should've done the offset too. I like the black wheels though.
 

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Gotta be honest I like what you had before. But it's your car man:D
 
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Cheers guys

Oh well, these wheels are twice more expensive than the Rohana black one.

I might change color of the centre lately.

Now I try to set up new cat back system, anyone has advice? Just want to have a little deep noise.
 

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Very nice pictures. Your car looks like those commercial shots in the auto magzines.
 

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I got a great tid-bit for you Pearl White guys.
I had tried and failed to open a business that was a patented scratch auto-repair business. I never got enough cars to keep me in the green and I sold it.

My tip for white cars, 90% of scratches are embedded dirt so long as we are not down to the gray primer. Take some lacquer thinner on a rag and clean the scratch, most all will disappear. Most of what you are seeing on a white car is the dirt or paint transfer from whatever you hit like a mailbox or something.

No, the thinner will have no effect on your factory paint but wax the area afterwards, it will eat any wax that is already there. I have tried this, it works!
 
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