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Year: 2010
Make: Nissan
Model: Xterra
Trim: S
Color: Night Armor

Mods:

Exterior:
- Removed Mudflaps
- Shorty antenna.
- Silverstar Headlight and fogs
- Removed rear sway bar
- Shrockworks diff cover
- rear diff breather extension
- RockyMtnX rear recovery brackets & stealthed rear bumper
- 265/75/16 Cooper Discoverer A/T3's C-load
- 6k 68 led reverse bulbs from V-leds
- AVS In-Channel Vent Visors
- 150# hatch struts from McMaster Carr
- 5k 8 LED license plate bulbs from V-leds.

Interior:
- JVC HD radio
- 5k 3 led cargo dome bulb from V-leds
- 5k 4 led Map and rear passenger dome bulbs from V-leds

Engine:
- PCV system oil catch can
- K&N Drop In Filter

Suspension:
- Bilstein 5100 coilovers set at 1 1/2"
- PRG 1/4" thick, 1/2" lift top mounted coilover spacer.
- Nisstec 2" AAL

Wish List:
- Hefty Rad and Engine skids
- Titan u-bolt flip.

Flexin at Rausch Creek, PA


The week I got her.


Fist Mod - Oil Catch can re-used from my Charger


Broken in after first wheelin trip.


Green group at Shocker Run '12


Shrock Diff Cover - Used and repainted


RockyMtnX Rear Recovery Brackets Added - Thanks Shimi1


New Lift Installed: Nisstec TJM/Bilstein Coilovers and AAL's




New Cooper A/T3's Installed

 

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Finally felt like I had enough stuff going on to start a build page. Feels Good.
 

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Why would you need an oil catch can? But looks great!!!!
I was surprised after installing but it catches more on this v6 than it did on the 5.7 hemi I had it on. I empty it every 2500 miles and catch about 3 - 4 oz each time.
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After installing and uninstalling my new coilovers, they have to wait until I can get the one LCA bolt that is seized out, or cut out and replace the LCA on that side.
 

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The catch can is a very popular mod on 350z's (Uses a VQ35), though I've never done it on my 350z.
 

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Do you happen to have a link to where I could purchase that catch can, or something similar? I think they're pretty useful :)
The company is called Billet Technology. They don't have anything specific for our vehicle, but you could probably call them up and get them to do a standard one with 90 degree 3/8" barbed fittings. They have all kinds of powder coating options and will even supply the hose. You just want the standard mount.
Here is my write up
BT Charger Catch Can
Read my write up first before you call them so you get a better idea what you need.
 

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Got the AAL and a new LCA since I'll have to cut one of the bolts out. Hoping to install in the next week or two. Hopefully will catch a break from the heat. Will post pics up when done.
 

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Lift is finally going in this weekend.
 

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Finally got the lift in. OP updated with pics.
 

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OP updated with a pic from this past weekend at Rausch Creek, PA. First 3 wheelin pic.
 

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Looking good!

You may want to think about removing the overload leaf, its just another thing that can get caught while wheeling. We took mine off while installing the AAL.
Yeah, I got hung up on the spring mounting plate this past weekend. I def need to at least do a u-bolt flip and may think about removing the overload leaf.
 

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OP updated with pics of new Cooper A/T3's installed.
 
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