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Zipper last won the day on September 28 2015

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  1. No advice on solid rear, but that is awesome footage. Looks quick. And by awesome, I mean utterly terrifying Mad Max stuff. Have you considered Roo Bars on all quarters?!
  2. L6 "K" Grind Cam?

    Here's another thread talking about a 'K' stamped P79 http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/57930-how-much-is-a-shaved-p90-worth/ That stamp isn't listed on the Atlanticz cam specs page. I just looked at couple heads I have here - have a 'B' marked P90 from a turbo (expected). And my P79 is blank. That 'K' looks like a similar font/marking style as the stock 'B' on my P90. My 260Z also has a F54/P79. Get it running (but maybe without the flat tops).
  3. I think they're on Amazon? R200 "longnose" is standard R200, no? I think shortnose has different requirements, but the OBX for R200 should work for your diff I would think. (Disclaimer: Don't have an OBX, have an MFactory).
  4. Interested too. Someone will point to the FAQ thread (http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/39435-help-what-brake-options-are-available-for-s30-z-cars/). But it was started in 2005 and is out-of-date. Silver Mine has a bunch of options now, for example, and solid reviews from experience are tough to sort out. But clarify your requirements. You talking about road racing "track"? 20 minute sessions, concern over fade, etc.? I've been using the stock brakes with Motul and Porterfield R4S pads at track days - but I still have to bleed between sessions or can lose a lot of bite. Also think the pedal feel with stock drums is wooden and requires frequent fussy adjustments. Like the idea of rear discs providing better feel and power.
  5. Mfactory R200 LSD

    I paid $825 shipped. You interested? No, didn't think so. Just posting for smells apparently.
  6. Mfactory R200 LSD

    Satisfied buyer here in the Group Buy thread. No mystery, no foggy. I bought what was advertised and got it. Am pleased with my product and factory warranty. You have no intention or interest but are shitting in the thread. Frankly think it violates forum rules. That's clarity.
  7. Mfactory R200 LSD

    exlifesaver posted two weeks ago congratulating a successful install post by an endurance racer. Why questioning his thread? I bought the MFactory diff a few months back. exlifesaver easy to deal with. Arrived in 2 days! Install was straightforward - swapped out open carrier and added new carrier bearings. Measured 0.001" additional backlash after install with same shims, etc. So far so good. Have been to the track twice since and really liked the change - still learning how to use traction, especially to pick up throttle earlier in corners without inside tire spin. On a really hot/greasy day I set a personal best at my local track - beat it by a few 10ths on a day where others were off 1.5 seconds or more. Only other change was CV axles installed at same time.
  8. Wolf Creek / FutoFab Install Instructions?

    Genius! (fear no spindle pin). Get an aviation tech with his pliers and it's perfect.
  9. Wolf Creek / FutoFab Install Instructions?

    "Tighten all Grade 8 bolts to 35 ft/lbs. These bolts have a cross drilled head for safety wire." Nuts mounting adapters to stub axle and companion flange specify 50 lbs. Let me know if you need more info or a scan or something. That hub side safety wire about kills me. I'd like a lift, drop control arms for access, and an aviation tech to do the work.
  10. Struggling with this issue with my early 260z - starvation and fuel pump cavitation at anything under half a tank at track days (with my modest street tire G's). But no real problems on the street unless a very hot day - can go to below 1/4 tank no problem. I'm suspicious of pinholes/leak in my pickup tube. My tank is coated. Have been thinking of a solution like this, but trying to keep fuel gauge sender - like a replacement pickup via bulkhead next to the sender for wrench access - maybe a Holley hydramat on end of pickup. Are bulkhead fittings reliable? Next option is significant rework of tank - chopping, drop-in pump with baffles, etc. A lot more work.
  11. Just came across this pic - probably not informative, but a reminder of how bad things can be... rock bottom of my interior project:
  12. L Series Variable Valve Timing

    I have faith that Derek will easily half that price. ***complex milling sounds***
  13. Jenvey Heritage ITB (Weber DCOE Clone)

    What a neat product idea, perfect for the hybridz restomod set. Like to see some more pics on how the injector rail (lids) work. "Sir, we're gonna need you to roll into tech inspection here. Couple protests on your weber setup."
  14. Techno Toy Tuning Tie Rod

    With the T3 tie rods, I believe you must drill out your steering knuckle (even your nice Nissan race/european quick ratio ones, dammit). Just haven't heard any first person feedback on how they worked, sufficient threads for widened stances, etc. https://technotoytuning.com/nissan/240z/outer-tie-rods-datsun-240z-260z-and-280z
  15. Techno Toy Tuning Tie Rod

    Yes - Techno Toy Tuning = T3 (TTT!) Original question was about tie rod ends, but some comments seem about tension control rods and other bits. Interested about the tie rod ends and ability to tune for bump steer on lowered cars.
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