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  1. Piston Source Needed...

    I know the thread is old but it's a current problem. Many of the old Nissan Parts # aren't available. I found a few numbers but I am missing details for the parts: zHome FAQ: 12101-40F10 flat tops zcar.com forum: One guy ordered 12101-40F10 and got 12010-40F10 "They are 89mm and are flat tops. Is this a misprint or am i screwed. " Available Pistons: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts-list/1989-nissan-240sx/piston-crankshaft-flywheel.html?PNC=12010 12010-40F10 STD GRADE 1 07/1988-10/1988 12010-30R12 STD GRADE 3 10/1988-07/1990 Replaced by: A2010-30R12 Which one is correct as for 89 mm and flat tops or <6cc ?
  2. Bought wrong size muffler

    It will theoretically get louder.
  3. L28 - 3 x DCOE

    I read in the other forum, MSA uses the same springs in their kit for stage 1 to stage 7 and the wear on the cams is too high for stage 1 and 2 cams. The tip was to use 300zx springs from the NA engines 84-87 for these lower stage cams. I can't guarantee for the rightness of the information but I think to ask Rebello for a kit would be the better alternative.
  4. L28 - 3 x DCOE

    I face the same question and the only tip I can give you which I found in the forums: The springs in the cam kit are too stiff for stage 1 and 2.
  5. Yep same for me. It would be nice to get the custom streams somewhere more prominent
  6. The "unread Content" on the mainpage is not the same you saved. "Activity" -> "My Activity Streams" -> "Custom Streams"
  7. I believe I read the 280zx stub axle bearings have a bigger OD.
  8. Your Webserver doesn't work for me.
  9. HybridZ may be shutting down.

    If you do that I recommend an information on the main page/title/whatever of the old space, because DNS caches will cause confusion.
  10. Hi! I have no idea what I’m doing…

    Welcome and have fun. 1. Label the bolts/parts if you take multiple things apart. 2. A driving car is much more fun than a standing one.
  11. RyanT67's 240Z

    looks great
  12. Go to the next Tüv....
  13. Parts without certificate are getting harder to get through TÜV (wheels, exhaust and so on). That was easier a few years ago. They don't have to be stock, most inspectors of the TÜV don't even know whats stock on Z but it helps when they have the right measurements and look stock/old. The historic certificate is on another level: Any mods must have been possible +10 years of built date or older than 30 years but nobody would care about the heat shields. They are more forgiving for mods which are not visible. Tyres at most 10mm wider than stock. A good optical condition. But that also means the maximum amount of tax for the car is $215. Normally dependent of the engine displacement. For example the L24: $730/yearly without historic certificate and $215 with it. Helps a lot on big V8s.
  14. 240Z body kit from Japan

    Saw the kit live in their workshop, looks nice. If I remember right there are 305 mm tires on the back.
  15. Marugen Shoukai Fender Flares and coilovers. Rota Kyusha Front 17x9 +12 12 mm spacers 245/40R17 Rear 17x9,5 +12 12 mm spacers 265/40R17 The last picture is misleading. The rear has a bit more negative camber now, due to new bushings but I have no better picture.
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