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Miles last won the day on February 20

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  1. Intake leak = lean sag upon opening throttle. Fix the leak first. Many many recent posts on the problem you are having.
  2. Move this thread to the suspension forum. He posted in the FAQ. forums.hybridz.org/topic/128915-new-bushings-car-is-sitting-too-high/?tab=comments#comment-1203946
  3. Miles

    Engine swap on 300zx 91

    Don't expect many answers as you posted in the wrong forum. There is a forum specifically for this question.
  4. Take it to a machine/suspension shop and have the pin pressed out.
  5. Miles

    List of S30 mods

    100 amp alternator for all of those electrical upgrades.
  6. http://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/23-4240
  7. HybridZ pin removal tool video: http://dirtys30.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-240z-spindle-pin-removal.html
  8. You can rent or buy a spindle pin removal tool from a member on HybridZ or the company in this video.
  9. Miles

    240z retrostat removal

    Contact Dave at the link I provided you. He rebuilds combo switches and has parts. He rebuilt my switches. Eventually my switch fell apart so I bought the last new OEM combo switch Black Dragon had for $300. Or buy up several old switches and rebuild one and keep one as a spare.
  10. Need to be replaced. Trash them and start over. Many options available.
  11. Nice clean Z you have.
  12. Miles

    240z retrostat removal

    https://www.datsun-240z-upgrades.net/services/ https://fiddlingwithzcars.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/turn-signal-repair/ Rebuild_240Z_combo_switch.pdf
  13. Miles

    240z retrostat removal

    Most likely a combo switch problem. He should rebuild the switch. I had a similar problem and found that solder joint had broken off the circuit board inside the switch. We have a member (Dave) who rebuilds the combo switches.