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About Equizyme

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    Manchester, New hampshire
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    CARS! driving, fixing, modifying. all of it. shooting, hiking, camping, video games and playing guitar.

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  1. I'm in New Hampshire. Yes hydraulic lifters.
  2. Trying to free up some space and get some funds for the car. All prices are obo, will ship at buyers expense. F54 short block, rolls smooth block and bearings are clean but the coolant passages are a little crusty - 200$ P90a head from same engine - sold L28 turbo manifold - 150$ 4 speed tranny out of a 77' 280z - 100$ OEM replacement clutch for 280z brand new from z car depot didn't end up needing - 80$ Stainless steel flywheel bolt set - make offer Rear maxima flat brackets - 100$ 280z RH door latch 60$ Interior/exterior door handles and rods - make offer 280z throwout bearing brand new - 15$ L28et intake manifold - 50$
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    Brackets for Z32 brakes on a S30

    You're right about the wilwoods, from anywhere else though the prices were around 600 for hats and discs and 400 for just discs. Arif It may be worth sending some pm's to the people who haven't paid in case they haven't checked this thread in a while.
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    Brackets for Z32 brakes on a S30

    Unfortunately hats and rotor discs are astronomically expensive. But so are custom rotors so, here we are.
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    Brackets for Z32 brakes on a S30

    Looks like r33 rotors are only good for the rear swap. I'm looking into getting some rotors made custom for this swap. If there's any interest I will try to do a group buy. Payment also sent. Thanks Arif.
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    Brackets for Z32 brakes on a S30

    So from some digging it looks like r33 4 lug rotors will fit with no modification. Either way count me in for a set.
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    USB Chargers in your S30?

    personally I just have charge port that plugs into the cigarette lighter, idk if you don't have one or use it for something else but it work just fine for me.
  8. what kind of mileage is poor? what's your drivetrain like? 4 speed, 5 speed? i may be wrong about this but it's my understanding that when you go WOT any and all adaptivity from the ecu goes out the window and it runs basically full fuel demand, obviously mitigated a bit by the fpr. i have an 81 zxt motor in my 77' and i get black smoke when i get on it. a little isn't necessarily a bad thing. i would be more worried if it was affecting driveability. the fact that you seem to be getting normal A/F ratio's under all condition aside from WOT would make me think everything's working just fine. 10-12:1 is where you will make the most power from my understanding.
  9. After a quick google search, I found this http://www.240sxforums.com/forums/s13-240sx-89-94/100027-s13-s14-rear-caliper-same.html "the calipers are the same, the bracket for the ebrake is different" "The brake hose fittings are the same but the S13 calipers have a 35mm piston and the S14 calipers have a 38mm piston. The e-brake cable holders won't swap because the bolts holes are cast in a different location. You can put the s13 e-brake actuator lever on the S14 caliper but you'll have to bend it up a little to clear the S14 cable holder. They use the same pads."
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    Anyone wanna help?

    when are you planning on doing it? I live north of seattle but i wouldn't mind taking a trip down to give a hand.
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    Brake issues 1978 280z

    I was super nervous going into that job, but once i got into it, it all just kinda fell into place. id say follow the stock routing and you should be just fine.
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    Brake issues 1978 280z

    I can't tell you what specific lengths you might need for doing your own brake lines, but i did do a custome brake line setup on a guys old truck from pretty much the master all the way to the calipers. if you're patient its Easy to bend the lines by hand. just make sure you have the right size fittings and tube diameter. idk how confident/experienced you are but if you are any kind of mechanically inclined brake lines are pretty damn easy.
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    seattlejester's 1971 240Z

    BTW everything looks awesome! You gotta let me know how you like the BC's. I've been eyeing those for when i finally get some coils.