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ZachDaaron last won the day on June 21 2014

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  1. rb25det oem wire harness

    i have an oem rb25det s1 wire harness uncut im interested in selling $220 shipped
  2. Seat slider Conversion

    sorry, ive been busy with a lot of stuff. so the sliders fit great and have plenty of real estate for whatever seat you will ever want to run. without having to modify the seats. am now just waiting until i put in new chassis seat mounts. ill update when the seats are in
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  4. WTB RB25DET OEM turbo.

    i have one, pm if interested
  5. RB25 ignitions parts

    i have the same harness you have but what i noticed in the instructions is that it says "if you have spec 1 use this connector, if you have spec 2 use the other one. then to tape off the unused connector." so yes, they are correct the harness will "work", but that is only because they have both sets of plugs lol
  6. 1977 280Z Heater Core needed

    i have a heater core out of my 77' ready to go, just pm if interested
  7. RB25 ignitions parts

    don't the series 1 and 2 have different ECU's? so if you were to swap you would need to get the matching ECU? "The most obvious change to the system was the introduction of ignition coils with built in ignitors, therefore the coil ignitor that was on previous models was not used. Other changes were, different air flow meter, engine ECU, cam angle sensor and throttle position sensor. Mechanically Series 1 and Series 2 are very similar, the only mechanical difference would be thecamshafts as the Series 2 Cam Angle Sensor's shaft that goes into the exhaust cam is slightly different. This is very important not to mistake! (early Series 2 featured the traditional Mitsubishi CAS which was later swapped for the Black CAS because of a positioning tooth which occasionally broke off)" --source Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_RB_engine#RB25
  8. stock 280z shift knob

    i have an oem wood 4spd one from my 280z
  9. 1977 Datsun 280z RB25det build

    For $100 EBB will fix the angle and extend the inlet. I want to keep the chassis as oem as possible
  10. Datsun Z Fiberglass a Real Review

    if you used a credit card to pay paypal you can dispute it through them or your bank account. i had to do that over a year and a half after payment and getting promised i was going to get my stuff
  11. Seat slider Conversion

    Ok have them half way installed, i will need to drill two holes for the rear seat bolts and weld on nuts to make mounting the seats to the chassis easier but all that is simple stuff. I'll update with photos when I get back from vacation.
  12. 1977 Datsun 280z RB25det build

    yea it is kinda weird, but its ok. my friend does some amazing welding, here is a taste of his aluminum skills
  13. 1977 Datsun 280z RB25det build

    nope, mckinney mounts w/ a no-name intake. i contacted mckinney and asked about them and they said you have to modify the intake angle with the mounts i have because they designed the mounts to move the engine as far back into the engine bay as possible to create room for the radiator and anything else you would need to put in the front of the bay.
  14. 1977 Datsun 280z RB25det build

    i have the adapter but the problem i am facing is that the intake is too close to the strut tower so there is not enough clearance for the throttle body. im going to send the intake to my friend at EBB to have him modify and weld it up all sexy.
  15. 1977 Datsun 280z RB25det build

    i think i have a problem... i seem to be collecting seats...