Any thoughts on cost for the GTR one?The Nissan UK (Weathershield) one has reinforced plastic loops on the bottom at the sides for securing. My 350Z one also came with a padlock and nylon covered wire for securing, but the GT-R one did not come with the lock, just the stitched in fittings.
That's useful info. Thanks very much. Can anybody from the club comment on any improvements to the cover (e.g. fit and fastening)? There doesn't seem to have been much discussion about it recently.The GTROC one I had was an early version and didn't fit well but I understand its shape has been modified since then.
Do you mean there is a fire risk?Whichever you get, just remember to let the car cool before putting it on. The GT-R gets very warm!
I've had both. The GTROC one I had was an early version and didn't fit well but I understand its shape has been modified since then.
I'd previously had a weathershield (which is the Nissan one) on my 350Z and am still happy with it. The elasticated fit is good and I haven't ever needed to use the under car securing cable to keep it on.
The supplier of the GTROC one offered to take mine back to modify it but as I didn't think the material was as good as the Nissan one and didnt like the underbody fastening (almost impossible to pass under the car) I asked for a refund.
I then bought the Nissan GT-R one and am happy with it, just like the 350Z one.
Whichever you get, just remember to let the car cool before putting it on. The GT-R gets very warm!
Thanks. Do you know if they incorporated these modifications into all new covers?I have GTROC cover basicly in the windy weather in late spring it was blowing every where, so off it went back to CA , took a bit of chasing to get it back but since I have had it back modified without charge, it has been fine and here are some pics.