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Gmagno last won the day on April 27

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  1. Thanks. I am hoping for the same but doubt it. My old blue Z was stock except the inside cage and weighed 2200. I am guessing this will be 2500.
  2. Sandblasting complete. Welding, welding, more welding, then nascar bar install before suspension mock up.
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    240Z ITB Install

    I want to change my stock SU setup to a more reliable solution for endurance racing. At first I was considering triple webers, then realized the ITB availability. I have looked at the options below and cannot find much info on others experiences with these products and suppliers, or if it's worth the expense. Should I choose the Megasquirt MS3-Pro or some other system to compliment this setup? Engine is an N42 L24 block but I think I may find it is bored out once I get the head off. Attempting to decipher the CAM numbers it references a 420-02 Cam tech grind CWC camshaft.. The tach in the car has a redline mark at 7000 RPM so maybe I have something decent here? If I find this is a 2.4 stock block, I have a rebuilt F54/P90 flat top I could use and just transfer the head/cam to this engine. Looking for experts on this. I am good at teardown and rebuild but no engineer. Thanks in advance for the help. 1. Top End Performance - Datsun Z Car Triple ITB Package with Air Horns or Air Filters. https://www.racetep.com/ztripitb-horns.html 2. EFI Hardware - Universal 6 Cylinder Throttle Body Kits. https://www.efihardware.com/products/c387/Universal-6-Cylinder-Throttle-Body-Kits 3. Datsun Spirit - DSI 50mm ITB setup. http://datsunspirit.com/shop/dsi-50mm-itb-setup/
  4. Looks like I barely missed having a 69 series 1.
  5. NICE!! Keep them alive and running...........Is that crankshaft planned weight distribution?
  6. Me either but R&D isn't cheap anymore, yet I understand your position. I have money to spend its just do I spend it just to have better wheel choices?
  7. I have the Futofab rear axle CV conversion kit. http://www.futofab.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=175:datsun-wcr-cv-axle-kits&catid=38:datsun-drivetrain&Itemid=122
  8. I haven't but I already purchased a front/rear set of BC Racing coilovers that I cant use with anything other than the Datsun components. I have an R200 rear with a Quaife LSD and just wanted a better wheel choice. Not pushing the HP you are. This is an endurance race car with about 250HP at the crank.
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    Are these still available or did they not make it to the shelf? I will buy a set today.
  10. Thanks for the info tim.d. Looks like you and I will be the guinea pigs on this one. I should have them mocked up in a week and will post pics but will not be able to test until the end of July. that is if I meet my deadline on the build before the race at MSR.
  11. I realize this is beating a dead horse but just checking to see if anyone has been successful at this with available stock auto parts. I know most everyone has the front 5 lug hub for about $400.00 but the only one I found that has the rear is Arizona Z. I talked to Dave today and he said the front/rear set is $2200.00. Dave makes some great stuff but I am looking for a less expensive way to have better wide wheel choices. I just found this and am checking now on availablilty. Thanks in advance for the help.......
  12. Thanks. I figure buy what will last or you will buy it twice at more cost. In fact I did order those from Dave at Arizona Z, just forgot to put them on the list. 2 - Adjustable Billet Outer Tie Rod Ends $69.00 EA.
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    240Z Wide Wheels

    Thanks for the info........enjoy.