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  1. Z32C
    11-11-2017 12:51 AM
    Z32C
    Dane,
    My email at 300zxconvertibles is out for some reason-could you pm me your email, I got the spare magazines together and want to send you the list!
    Will
  2. zmaxsystems
    02-14-2017 10:59 PM
    zmaxsystems
    Use the direct email link...too much to discuss here.
  3. Doctor Zee
    02-14-2017 10:01 PM
    Doctor Zee
    Hi, your mailbox is full.

    I hear you are the Bose guru. I am looking to restore the bose system in my '90. I have the five speakers (untested), the original boxes, the original amps (untested), and by the end of the week, I should have two '90 bose head units. One I know for sure doesn't work. Do you know of any that are in working order?

    Also, I was told that you repair bose amps. Is this true? If so, how much do you charge?
  4. zmaxsystems
    12-23-2015 01:33 PM
    zmaxsystems
    90' model Bose amps aren't modular and have to be repaired. That being the case, you may want to consider other alternatives.
  5. Edmund
    12-13-2015 09:04 PM
    Edmund
    Hey Dane, the rear d.s. bose curcit board in my 90 is fried. Do you have one on hand I can buy off you?
    Thanks
  6. zmaxsystems
    10-18-2015 03:19 PM
    zmaxsystems
    I haven't seen one lately, but if I do I will keep you in mind.
  7. Formula
    10-11-2015 12:35 PM
    Formula
    A member suggested I contact you
    I am trying to find the OEM Bose head unit for a 90 coupe.
    Excellent condition, documented working, etc.
    Thank you !
  8. plex
    02-10-2015 09:11 AM
    plex
    Your inbox is full, need to get some info from you. I can be reached at siwinxatgmail.com
  9. Z32C
    01-22-2015 12:30 AM
    Z32C
    Just remembered I need 2 sets (4 POTS and knobs...) I want to keep my original headunit for posterity if possible...
  10. Z32C
    01-21-2015 11:45 PM
    Z32C
    Hey, Your PM space is full! If this is intentional please ignore the rest of this message!
    Dane,
    I am looking for a set of the toggling in and out(press the knob and it moves out and stays for adjustment, push it again and it returns and holds in its original position) bass and trebble POTs used on many if not all of the OEM Clarion headunits on the 90s nissans, I am working on a project in which I need four of these. I am having no luck finding them new, and while checking for some used/doa headunits for parts, had the notion to ask you for any advice or direction! I would like to get the original knobs on them too! If what I am asking for is confusing, I have the original deck out of my '93 vert, and can take some video/pics of the knobs in their inward and outward range of motion.
    Thanks for any help/direction you may be able to give...I am trying to sew up this project before Zdayz!
    William Stokes

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    1st time Z free since 03'
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