My understanding in talking with my detailer was that the cone style would work fine on the OEM wheels. I've used the conical seat style previously with no issues on OEM Nissan wheels.I am not quite sure I understand your switch to the AccuWheel Lugs. The Gorilla Wheel Locks and the OEM locks on my RS 400 are the "Mag Style with attached flat washer." The AccuWheel LNS-12125B6 is a narrow acorn type with a conical seat. Unless you have a different style of wheel, the "Mag Style" is required, because the only part of the lug that grips the wheel is the flat washer part.
I doubt it. It wouldn't make sense for Infiniti to have different styles. I'll switch back to the OEM mags today to avoid any issues (thank you for explaining the differences to me, I appreciate it and learned something new). I don't want to take any chances. I just wish someone made a set of 12x1.25 mag style lugs. All the black chrome ones I saw were 12x1.15 which wouldn't work.The wheels that came with my AWD RS 400 do not have any cone seats to accept a conical lug nut. The wheels on my AWD RS 400 are the all gray ones (gun metal?). Perhaps the black and chrome wheels which I have seen on some of the other non-AWD Q60's have conical seats to accept the acorn lug nuts.
I went with the black sport grille and think it suits my personal taste. I agree that the grille is on the larger side but I'm ok with the way it looks even if it makes the car look like an "angry bird". I'm debating whether to get rid of the last remaining bits of chrome trim around the windows and on the door handles but haven't decided yet what direction to go. From a modification standpoint, I'm pretty happy with what I've gotten done so far and think the only things I may still do would be new exhaust (Infiniti branded), maybe front windshield clear tint (keep changing my mind on this one), and blacking out the remaining chrome. If Infiniti releases a warrantied CAI, I may go that route just so I can hear those turbos spool (I love the sound of turbos spooling; they sound like a jet engine getting ready for take-off in the GTR).I am getting off the track here, but you may or may not be interested to know why I am familiar with self-etching primers and adhesion promoters. The reason is that I am attempting to paint the chrome trim around the Q60 front grill to reduce the visual appearance of the grill size. I my opinion the grill on the new Q60 is just way too big. It does not fit the size of the car. The size of the grill looks OK on the larger Infiniti vehicles but sticks out as being disproportionate on the smaller Q60. It seems as though the Nissan/Infiniti designers got carried away with the chrome CAD design pen. I think the designers watched the Transformer movies too much. Perhaps I am just use to the size of my old G35 grill. I considered having the grill trim wrapped or Plasti-Dipped, but I did not think the color match would be close enough. I didn't think the Infiniti Black Grill would be any advantage, because that would still emphasize the size of the grill. I actually purchased an Infiniti Black Sport Grill ( F23105CB1A) upon which to practice painting. Oddly, it is just a chrome grill trim that Infiniti painted black. Also the grill color itself is a slight darker metallic shade.
Anyway the Gorilla Lugs should be arriving this week.
Oh I didn't realize "Gorilla Automotive 73623T" was a "system" version of the mag lugs from Gorilla. I thought they were the same as the regular OEM ones. Let us know how well they work...I'm wondering if they won't make it more difficult to install/remove them because I'm expecting them to be wider than the standard mag lugs.If I understand your question, the Gorilla Locking lugs are keyed on the sides of the lugs as opposed to the OEM locks that are keyed on the ends. And if you order the "System," every lug is a security locking lug. It's a more uniform appearance and a better look.