Originally Posted by scoobyc
I also thought along the same lines as both above posts but at my 18 month serivce I needed a new bellhousing, 6.5k miles, never tracked, never launched, always warmed up and cooled down etc; nothing noted at 12 month service and 2k miles ago but yet Nobles replaced it under warranty. So my point is even if you treat the car with mechanical sympathy there is no set conditions that the bellhousing fails under and is a major area of concern for any r35 owner (or potential) imho until Nissan provide confidence that they will fit the updated part when required in or out of warranty as the original obviously has a design/manufacturing flaw. That's a 3k job if paying allegedly so not just a couple of hundred
My concern also but after speaking with Litchfields, Iain reckons about £700 to fix if out of warranty and done by them.