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Kclank

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About Kclank

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  • Birthday 09/29/44

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    port angeles, wa Saratoga, Ca
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    Most any mechanical toys
  1. Belly pans

    Has anyone on the GTO board put belly pans on their cars? If so do you have plans to share, and how did they work out? Thanks for any feedback.
  2. SDS wiring to RB25DET crank angle sensor (cas)

    Thank you sir. The magnets are in place. I did not understand that the hall sensor was replacing the advance function of the cas. Ross let me know a few days ago and you just confirmed it. thanks
  3. SDS wiring to RB25DET crank angle sensor (cas)

    Thanks for your input chickenman
  4. I am trying to set up a series 2 Skyline RB25DET with a SDS EM4. How does the CAS wire to the SDS EM4? the CAS has a 4 wire plug (#1 is +120 degs, , #2 is +1 degs, #3 is power supply, #4 is earth) which wires go to SDS and which pinout(s)? In the distant past, I had read some places the SDS doesnt talk to the CAS and other places that only use one of the signal wires. After recent searching I cant find anything on this subject. I have an email request into Ross at Racetech but have'nt heard back.Any and all help would be appreciated. Can I not wire to cas and get good timing function? Hair all pulled out. hep me hep me ahhhhhh!
  5. TPS for aftermarket throttle body

    What parts can fail?. Electronic component, mechanical failure, short circuit? I am poorly educated on this subject and need to research much more.
  6. Hi guys and gals. I am installing an RB25DET in a S30 body. It has the Isis style intake manifold and a generic 80 mm aftermarket throttle body. I will be using a SDS ECU (no MAF). As such I am looking for ideas for a TPS sensor. Any ideas suggestions, guidance?
  7. 250 GTO Owners Thread

    Well done!
  8. 240Z, 260Z, 280Z & ZX parts for sale

    model year 1973, Aug 1972 build
  9. RB25DET fuel injector shims

    Thanks much, appreciate it
  10. Anyone know a source for those little D shaped shims that sit between the top of the injector(s) and the fuel rail cap(s)? Nissan, Nismo, Perfomance supplier? I have hunted around (just looking at product lists) on the internet but have had no luck yet. I also could find no threads on this subject. Thanks in advance
  11. 250 GTO Owners Thread

    My project is now back from the body shop. Next job is pumbing brakes, clutch, and fuel lines.
  12. 250 GTO Owners Thread

    to whom are you addressing this question?
  13. 240Z, 260Z, 280Z & ZX parts for sale

    No I cannot. I purchased it as a clean and repainted piece and added a fuel sender. But it is a 280Z tank with fuel return lines for an injected motor
  14. 240Z, 260Z, 280Z & ZX parts for sale

    no other parts available
  15. 250 GTO Owners Thread

    Thanks for the kudos Wes. The back up lights are from a Mustang, don't know the year. The round valence lights are projector driving lights from Autozone, . The are mounted to float in the opening to allow air to flow around them, for cooling the lights, and so residual air can pass to the brakes, The vent and grill material was specified and purchased by me then installed by the body shop at my direction. The mesh and black trim comes from a company called "customcargrills.com". The shiney metal headlight, grill and trim pieces came from Thunder Ranch back when people answered the phone and emails. Lotsa luck now unless you walk into their shop and tell them they have them. Only cost 2 small children and a goat. The metal hinges and latch button on the rear hatch were provided by John Washington. At least you can drive your car until you finish the pretty parts. I went the other road of finishing the chassis and body first. I realy love your Rota wheels but I wanted to stay with a narrow wheel on the front (7"). The engine/trans/interior work is going to keep me off the road for many months. Oh well I can stare at it in my shop and dream. I am going to be tearing down and building a house over the next year so I expect my car work will slow down. That and my shop is very cold (Port Angeles, Wa. ), so that slows an old man like me since when the temps are in the 30's I don't move so well.
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