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Black, silver, gunmetal, or grey.. car looks amazing in those colours

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It looks OK in LR as well

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And the car formerly owned by Gilley:

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Nice ride bach! Love the /emblem delete on the back. Super clean look. (Shaved all mouldings on my previous ride as well) Thats a proud looking g35 right there!
And not hating on red rh6mt lol. You and Gill have some good looking g35s also, i just dont wear red so well myself.

So now i found a pretty clean 2004 with 62k miles on it. Ive been aiming for 06/07s but the milage drew me in. (Checking it out on monday) Any reason i should avoid 04s versus finding another 07?

It aint black but its a darkish/silver on black leathers wich i like too ( sorry bach, not trying to bite your styles if i buy this thing lol)

Im guessing no rev up motor (less power but better odds on not burning oil, and maybe more rattle to interior components?) correct me if im wrong of course

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Btw bach, Thats an awesome pic of your car, Mountain backdrop, spotless car, early a.m. light. You should totally turn that into a poster for your man cave lol

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THe biggest difference is the interior. The 05+ interior was refreshed and looks a little better IMO however definitely not a deal breaker.

The 04 6mt should also have the brembo brakes as they were no longer available for 05+. As you already mentioned as well, no rev up motor on the 04. The 19" wheels from the factory started in 05 and the surf board spoiler is only on 03-05.

Oh and the 06-07 came with factory projector headlights which if you do go for the 04 does not have them. I (along with just about everyone on here) would recommend the upgrade to them.

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Thanks! Alot of good info, that helps abunch. 6mt.net has the best community i swear! Id gladly slap a 6mt.net sticker on my car even though im against stickers lol
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Btw bach, Thats an awesome pic of your car, Mountain backdrop, spotless car, early a.m. light. You should totally turn that into a poster for your man cave lol
T Y.

I don't recall any particular concerns on 03 or 04 as per problems that are specific to those years. Many traits like thin paint on the car and wheels that bleed through or the tear in the driver seat by the tilt back lever are unfortunately, common to many early model years. They are just the glitches we all live with and maintain along the way.

Today, the motorcycle is getting an oil change !

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Thanks for the tips. I feel abit more armed with knowledge going in to inspect this 04. (Wasnt sure before asking if i was going to consider an 04 but decided to give her a chance)

Oh a motorbike. Ive wanted an R1 for the longest time but after tearing both my rotator cuffs over a year ago (and still suffering from it) yeeeea it may not be a good idea. Hence why im just shopping for a faster car to replace my old one lol

What moto you ride?
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I have a '95 750 Nighthawk.

Got it in trade for an older camper we were no longer using and had it since 2005.
Changed out the handlebar, added bar-end mirrors and tour bags. It helps make coming to work more fun.


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Nice bike man. Cant go wrong with a honda. Is that shaft driven?
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Nice bike man. Cant go wrong with a honda. Is that shaft driven?
No shaft. The chain is conveniently hidden in that photo.

This bike may reflect the durability of our very own VQ motors, like say the Infiniti of motorcycle motors.
The motor was a 1969 - 2003 life span with some changes here and there but I guess the testing and legend has it listed in the AMA Motocycle Hall of Fame for classics and impressive stress testing.

In 1979 they went to the DOHC and my version has the hydraulic valves. I check the air in the tires, change the oil now and then and add gas when it gets low.... lol Lots of worries !!

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No valve adjustments for the win lol
My causin rides for ages now. After his wife forced him to sell his highly modified gsxr 750, hes owned 2 honda road bikes and loved them to bits. This is his current one. Its sounds like a chopper and is pretty fast. Im impressed that its a honda lol (fury btw)

Btw You got a nice g35 and a bike. Not to mention a wife who lets you own 2door and a bike. Count your blessings man lol
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THe biggest difference is the interior. The 05+ interior was refreshed and looks a little better IMO however definitely not a deal breaker.

The 04 6mt should also have the brembo brakes as they were no longer available for 05+. As you already mentioned as well, no rev up motor on the 04. The 19" wheels from the factory started in 05 and the surf board spoiler is only on 03-05.

Oh and the 06-07 came with factory projector headlights which if you do go for the 04 does not have them. I (along with just about everyone on here) would recommend the upgrade to them.
What he said. No real concerns with of in 03-04 manual cars. The hp difference is t going to be noticeable between rev up and non rev up.

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Ah kk. I was worried even if i added a few hp that i would i miss that top end i felt in the revups i drove. Thanks gilley, thats reassuring to hear. Either way I'm going to go check this car out. Only thing i didnt like about it in the add was a black roof wrap and i can rip that off im sure.

Im getting so impatient...i just wanna get one already lol
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No valve adjustments for the win lol
My causin rides for ages now. After his wife forced him to sell his highly modified gsxr 750, hes owned 2 honda road bikes and loved them to bits. This is his current one. Its sounds like a chopper and is pretty fast. Im impressed that its a honda lol (fury btw)

Btw You got a nice g35 and a bike. Not to mention a wife who lets you own 2door and a bike. Count your blessings man lol
Cool looking bike, I've never seen a fury up close but anything Honda has me won over. Wouldn't mind a few in the stable though, maybe a BMW or Suzuki sport bike with hard cases for touring, and nice dual sport bike for the fireroads that is street legal. That should do it but I've always like the older styling of the Triumph Bonneville too. Maybe 3 other bikes and keep the NH.

I got over my Jeep habit a few years ago. Had and old CJ when I was a kid and got a 95 YJ in 2005- drove it til 2010 and got the G. She lets me buy and drive what I like and I usually help her figure out what she wants or likes for herself. She's been in Mazda SUV's lately.

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