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  2. zguy240


    I have one side, 818 298-2549.
  3. mitchnandy


    Yeah! This is my 4th time to Laguna Seca and I'm still amazed that I'm able to be here. I'm just getting to where I can think about lap times and not overwhelmed by the moment. The only place that was better was Circuit of The Americas in Austin, TX.
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  5. One week bump! Some one has to have one laying around!
  6. madkaw

    .480"/280 cam and EFI intakes

    Not with the EFI- I was at 150 RWHP with the Mikunis and th butt dyno feels about the same
  7. JoeK

    Gauges gone nuts

    Check your wiring pathways. Look for abraided wires, or wires that are near any moving parts. You could have worn some insulation off a wire and are getting intermittent grounds.
  8. DaEvil

    Gauges gone nuts

    I thought it might be the regulator but I disconnected the alternator and had no change. I will double check the fuse box connections. I install a new fuse box with the bladed fuse . Thanks guys
  9. Richard Oben

    Gauges gone nuts

    Something is loose all those items get ignition/accessory power. Check all the main connections that feed the fuse box. Just guessing. Richard.
  10. Richard Oben

    TrackZpeeds CXRacing LS1 T56 240z

    That is going to be fantastic looking. Great job on the waiting too. Richard.
  11. trackzpeed

    Gauges gone nuts

    Voltage regulator? Not sure if that would cause that but it’s my first thought.
  12. rossman

    New to the Z world! Wanted to say HI!

    Those bumpers and the trim will just unbolt and you'll be left with fresh matching paint underneath assuming he previous owner removed the bumpers to paint the car. 240 bumpers will cover the holes, you'll just need to get some adapter brackets for mounting the bumpers or make your own, it's not difficult if you have decent, basic fabrication skills. Motorsport Auto sells aftermarket air dams and bumpers in fiberglass and carbon. A lot of people just paint them flat black and bolt'em on. Looks pretty good in my opinion although I'm not a fan of the side skirts and rear dam. I ran no rear bumper with the holes exposed and a flat black Type II front air dam on my 280z for years. I liked the minimalist look.
  13. clear2me

    L6 DIS Brackets (LSX) Are Available Once Again

    Hello i have 3 in stock but i am on Kuwait 🇰🇼 Thank you
  14. winstonusmc

    Modified Stock Transmission Mount for RB25 5 speed

    I decided to make all of mine from scratch. Be careful if the pinion angle. Mine was way off using the factory rear mount with R32 mounts. I found the stock 240z has a weird high pinion angle, or at least mine did, something like 3 degrees up. So I had to make my trans mount lower.
  15. Hi, I'm out of ideas !! I need some advice on what is making my gauges go nuts. I finished my car for the second time . First time I got 10 good years out of it. Make a long story short I have been driving the car for the last three months everything is good . Than about a week ago when I let my clutch out my gauges go nuts. Its only in forward gears not reverse. I have gone through all the connection and grounds,14 volts at the battery ,unplug the alternator and they still go crazy, I disconnected the cable X box still no change. Also the stereo turns on and off. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them .Thanks in advance.
  16. Eji does great engines. I am getting my wife's .28 stage II complete and then I can drop my 3.0 liter into my 240z. What kind of ignition is that on your car?
  17. alainburon

    78 280Z LS3 Project

    Thank You, I still want to have it repainted. There are some flaws that my anal self just can't live with but it looks good from 10 feet away....LOL
  18. Jethoncho

    rb25/26 rear sump custom oil pans??

    I’m in the process of making my own. I cut the stock steel RWD pan all the way around the perimeter just below the mounting flange. I mocked the pan up on the bench and found with just a few minor changes, massaging and a fair amount of TIG work I am going to be able to turn the forward sump pan into a rear sump pan. The oil pick up will need to be clocked and rewelded to adjust for the rear sump...I haven’t mocked that up yet. I remounted the mounting flange to the block then mocked up the sump in the rear position (currently held in place with foil tape in preparation for tach welding) I’ll get some other photos up as the process progresses.
  19. trackzpeed

    78 280Z LS3 Project

    Such a beautiful car. Nice work and attention to detail.
  20. alainburon

    78 280Z LS3 Project

    Had the 4 alignment done and dropped the car off at a friend's house to get the exhaust redone. The exhaust was just too close to the inside of the rear tires for my taste so we decided to redo the entire thing since I still needed to have the section between the headers and X pipe done anyways. It felt good to drive it a few feet after all these years. IMG_1123.MOV
  21. turbogrill

    ROM bins for L28ET 1982 ECCS

    Very cool!
  22. Hey guys im in the process of getting rid of some of the extra cars at my shop, i simply have too many. I have project 240zs, 260zs, 280zs, and 280zxs in various shape, the price range for these projects range from 1500- 3000. Some are pretty rough but others are in decent shape, ill try to add as many pics as i can but it would be easier to describe them over the phone, my number is 770-361-8955. Here is the link to my photo album with most of the cars https://www.flickr.com/photos/126770...57698743472894 I have a warehouse full of datsun parts and I have almost any part available for these cars for a reasonable price. I can also arrange transportation and delivery with a shipper i trust, happy to work with exporters as well!1974 Datsun 260z 2+2-$1800 It will need rust repair in many areas including the floors, exterior places and battery tray. The engine is complete and original, I have not tried to crank the car at all so im not sure of the engine condition., this car is a unmolested 260 and a perfect project for someone!1974 Datsun 260z complete car-$2000the car is mostly complete and restorable, but will need a lot of work.I have not tried to crank the car at all so im not sure of the engine condition.The front fenders were cut for flares which I will include, there is some rust along the rear lower quarters but the car is overall solid and a cheap, entry level, project for someone.1974 Datsun 260z with flares and triple webers- $2500Complete car that has a vintage race car look to it with flares and a whale tail, will need floors and paint and bodywork, triple weber engine and 5 speed trans from zx, was running a couple of weeks ago but the fuel pump stopped getting power1975 Datsun 280z parts car-$1000no fenders, rolling but rough, has 280z engine with n42 head.1972 Datsun 240z rough project-$2500rusty but complete and original, will need floors but good frame and battery tray1971 Datsun 240z solid rolling chassis-$3000was a v8 car, very solid with good frame, battery tray, floor, and spare tire well.1976 Datsun 280z solid rolling chassis-$2500very solid with good frame, battery tray, floor, and spare tire well. IMG_0741.HEIC IMG_0742.HEIC IMG_0743.HEIC IMG_0744.HEIC IMG_0745.HEIC IMG_0746.HEIC IMG_0747.HEIC IMG_0748.HEIC IMG_0772.HEIC IMG_0773.HEIC IMG_0774.HEIC IMG_0775.HEIC IMG_0776.HEIC IMG_0777.HEIC IMG_0778.HEIC IMG_0779.HEIC IMG_0780.HEIC IMG_0781.HEIC
  23. maximus35

    Solid 260z rolling shell, perfect v8 car

    no but ive got another rolling 240 very solid for sale
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  25. cgsheen

    ROM bins for L28ET 1982 ECCS

    Wow... I'm surprised someone didn't do this years ago. (maybe some did, just weren't interested in sharing) Pretty cool, I think. Thanks for sharing!
  26. I hope they used bedding posts.
  27. Just wanted to share a fix to an issue I had. Car would get terribly lean when boost was ramping up, in my case 3800-4000 rpm. AFR's went to 19 for that moment, not good at 20+ psi!! I'm using the stock rail and had an Aeromotive FPR mounted to the passenger side front fender of the engine compartment, with 2.5 feet of vacuum tube to it. Took me a while to find the solution and it was in part due to a post I read, can't recall who it was, who had the same issue but never fixed it technically. He happened to replace his stock rail with a Perrin and it fixed his issue. All this got me thinking why Nissan put the FPR on the rail in the first place. I thought I needed a fuel damper but Nissan never used one originally, so....I moved the Aeromotive FPR back to the oem FPR location, and have a 8" vacuum line now. Now that it's there, acting as a damper as well (like Nissan intended), you can guess what happened, cars runs great now. Thought I'd share since I see so many people mounting it in the same place I did.
  28. Nismospek

    VD740 crankshaft

    Thanks for the info!
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