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  1. Plug and Play Megasquirt Wiring Harness + sensors etc

    That is mine MS system which is on it's way as of this typing. Normally, I don't like to write review and I hate to be a guinea pig and who would want to be. But, man... Does it look sweet! Being a noob on a totally new platform (I'm a Honda guy and the 240z is my first Datsun/Nissan ever), I depend on a totally plug n play system for my Z. This is where "softopz" came in to fill that gap. So far, my experience with him is nothing but friendliness, knowledgeable, helpful, patient... He went over with me with all my noob questions and requests. He sent me links to get info to educate myself with the MS system and the Z car in general. I didn't know he is offering this to Hybridz community. If you are on the fence with this deal he is offering, join in. You can't go wrong. More choices, excellence work, reliable person and cheaper price range? It's a no brainer. "I'll be back" with a first hand review of the system once I get it in my hands. Chris
  2. ^ I'm running a stock JDM 280zxet ecu. Yesterday, I told my mechanic to swap out the round plug for any generic plug or just solder the wires together and bypass the plug. On to a different topic, I read on here and other sites that the 280zx brake booster will work on the 240z if you remove the aluminum spacer and turn it up-side-down. Well, it doesn't fit at all on my '72 240z. 1. The spacing of the studs on the 280zx booster are too wide. 2. The booster itself is too wide and hitting the clutch cylinder. So, my question is will an 8.5" '75-'78 280z brake booster works without any modification? Below is one I have in mind: 1975-1978 Nissan 280Z Brake Booster - A1 Cardone 53-5104 Click to Enlarge (1 Reviews) 5 Stars Our List Price:$90.33 Core Price [?]: $22.50 Quantity: Select Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 In Stock Availability: (7) In Stock Condition: Remanufactured Shipping Options: Ground Part Number: 53-5104 Brand: A1 Cardone Notes: Vacuum Booster -- Remanufactured; Without Master Cylinder; with 8-1/2" Diameter Booster
  3. Obviously, my EFI harness is not a turbo harness. I have to hunt for one now. What a pain.
  4. The connector on my EFI harness must ha a different plug inplace. Will double check. Thank you so much.
  5. Hi, Can someone tell me Where the 83 L28et distributor round plug connect to? Thanks, Chris