The nose of the car always seemed to be on a slant down (side to side) towards the drivers side as shown in this picture. I verified it by taking a measurement with a steel ruler resting on the square aluminum tubing and measuring up to the bolts that mount the vertical supports at each side of the foot box. The passenger side holes in the front wall of the foot box were spaced at 2"and 4" above the square tubing. The second picture shows the spacing on the drivers side. The holes are spaced at 1 11/16" and 3 11/16". Taking measurements of the difference in heights of the vertical nose plates from one side to the other also confirms the same thing. Pretty upsetting that I have to disassemble everything to repair this. Not happy at all having to do this. I read recently that someone with a GT-R had the same problem. The factory should be using a jig to locate these holes as it's important for the fit up of the the body parts (splitter and nose bodywork).
Can anyone else confirm what their measurements are?
Look closely at the top of the vertical plates and at the front upper suspension arm steel U brackets. You can see that the drivers side is lower by almost 3/8". I took measurements three different ways and they all confirmed the same thing. Check yours!
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