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  1. 78 280Z NA MS2 Setup

    Amazing taaron thanks for posting that. I have mine rigged on and will use your attached file!
  2. 240z L28et Overheating

    One downside that I noticed is the huge amp draw. Normally I would not see this as a big issue, but its changing my afr as its really grabbing amps. I have a 60 amp alternator, but damn. It draws upwards of 35 amps when on. I might switch to half power instead and use a switch for the full power. Just an update.
  3. 78 280Z NA MS2 Setup

    I used the above for my z with the diy wheel and followed the instructions on Diy. This is how you and I tuned the car lol! Sorry if I am giving wrong info
  4. 78 280Z NA MS2 Setup

    The wiring is simple. Just hard to find a picture. This should help you if you reference diyautotune... You will be looking at the Dizzy Side for your wiring. So using the image... Red is 12v White is Trigger wire Black is Ground White and black are found in the tach shielded wires together in your harness. https://www.diyautotune.com/support/tech/install/nissan-datsun/megasquirt-your-280zx-turbo/
  5. Can't bleed my clutch 1976 280z coupe

    I have used an oil can and pumped the fluid up with success, I saw my fork move but still had problems with the car never getting into gear (always neutral). It turned out to be that I used the wrong throw out bearing sleeve. If you have driven your car and not have Issue I would assume this is not the case, but to check you can unbolt your slave cylinder and try to move the fork by hand. There should be some play. Mine had zero play meaning the clutch was always engaged. Had to pull the tranny off and and replace with the correct model for the clutch as the clutch determines the throw out bearing sleeve. I had a 240z clutch and was using a 280z sleeve. I ended up buying a 280zx turbo clutch and throw out sleeve and now my car drives great. Just a thought, probably not the issue.
  6. 240z L28et Overheating

    Good Question, I do not have ac, but was considering it as the prior owner had everything in it besides the compressor. To me, it most likely will hit the fan. Which pulley position does the ac run on in my setup? If its the small front one, I highly doubt it will clear. If its the second one the belt might squeeze by, but I don't know about the actual compressor mounted up. If that was the case you might want a slim single fan I don't know. I plan on putting ac in the car before the summer, but I don't know right now.
  7. 240z L28et Overheating

    The pulley sits between each fan with no issue.
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  9. 240z L28et Overheating

    Sure. Ill post it tomorrow.
  10. 240z L28et Overheating

    They are set to high. I cut the connectors off. 2 blacks 2 blues for each connector. Using both they go on high. I cut about a half inch off the back of the shroud to clear my piping and water outlet. Note that my radiator is thicker than stock.Pully is in between both fans with no issue. I have the one with 3 belt options so it sticks out. With an ac compressor or other belts it might be close i dont know. I can take pictures after this weekend of specific areas of concern if your interested.
  11. 240z L28et Overheating

    After putting in the Altima Fan things are going fine. I had to cut a lot of it to fit as its wide and also to thick for the turbo piping I have at the top. It almost hits the radiator outlet to the water pump. I had to cut the radiator hose shorter so that It would move and successfully fit. My radiator is 25" across if I remember. I think the stock ones are 26". It works like a dream. I have it hooked up to my megasquirt via a relay. It kicks on at 180 and cools down to 170 in seconds. My heating problem is all solved. If I was to do it again I would try a fan and shroud built for the car as this was more work than I wanted and I had to redo some turbo piping to get it to fit which cost $. Shitty but Effective. If anyone is interested its from a 2001 nissan altima. I will do more testing and get back to you guys as I have a new 160 thermostat (i drilled holes in my last one), but not seeing overheating at all. Thanks everyone.
  12. 240z L28et Overheating

    My guess is exactly what your saying. Fans need to turn off. and I need a shroud. I am receiving my altima fans and shroud today. I will take pictures of the install and do what seattlejester is suggesting. I will respond after testing. Thanks all!
  13. 240z L28et Overheating

    SORRY its a pull fan!!!! It supposed to mounted on the back of the radiator as pictured. I get them mixed up. With the fans on the air is going towards the motor. Pulling air through the radiator
  14. Alternator Noise with MS2

    This issue is resolved by adjusting calibration. Grounds are on the intake. Thanks everyone.
  15. 240z L28et Overheating

    Hey Guy, Sorry I have been waiting for an Altima fan setup. They are cheap push fans. 3 core ebay radiator. https://photos.app.goo.gl/VfX9sXi5k8S2QVyv2 I do not have a shroud. This altima fan setup does. I also am going to wire it to the megasquirt to turn on properly.
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