Yeah, I did them in the summer but didn't have such luck. The rears are fine, but the fronts were terrible.The in channel visors have to go in when the molding of the window is really warm. Even so, they may not take to the new shape. I bought the Nissan ones from the dealer. When they started slowing the window and making sounds, they replaced the entire molding under warranty. Been perfect ever since.
You can also try and remove the molding and work it a bit before re-installing it with the visors?Yeah, I did them in the summer but didn't have such luck. The rears are fine, but the fronts were terrible.
Maybe if I contact the Nissan dealer in Edmonton I can get them to install the OEM ones.
It's like -40C with the windchill right now, I'll have to get some photos at the auto club next time I stop in (couple days maybe, gotta do a trans fluid drain/fill). I was just there and totally forgot to get some!Let's see some photos of the goods like the Katzkin!
Did you notice anything with the XTP? I had one but sold it because I didn't want to install it (LOL) but then was curious as to what it would do. I could use the adjustment to the torque curve it supposedly gives.
As for the CV boots, I've found a lot of non-OEM boots are stiff (at least the rubber seems to be) when new, break them in for a bit before hyper extending them.
interesting! I'll give it a go for sure. I can't wait to actually have proper gearing too, that'll make a world of difference.When you get the Bully Dog, run the premium tune and advance the timing 2 degrees. You will have to fill up with super, but you will save about 10$ a fill-up.
It is interesting, I was skeptical. I installed it and not only did I get the benefit of the slight boost in power from advanced timing in the tune and my adjustment, but my mpg's actually went up to 13L/100km from 14-16L/100km. Stock I was getting 11.5-12L/100km and now I'm fully Titan swapped 35's etc. with only a 1-2mpg hit, blew my mind! Just have to resist the urge to stomp on itinteresting! I'll give it a go for sure. I can't wait to actually have proper gearing too, that'll make a world of difference.