I'll try to list everything that is on it, but I'm sure I will overlook some of the mods. There is a ton of stuff done to this thing, and I understand I have to sacrifice on the price because you never get back what you put into them.
1973 Datsun 240z (originally a 4-speed manual model) SMOG EXEMPT (means no inspections)
Unknown miles. Odometer is stopped at like 48K, but no clue about actual miles.
S13 SR20DET motor swapped in professionally by Vildini Motorsport in Mission Viejo, CA. They did several of these before mine, so they knew what they were doing when they installed it. It includes the custom subframe that puts the motor behind the front axle (front mid-ship mounting) as well as the tranny mount, stiff motor mounts, shifter hole modified, throttle cable, alternator/starter wiring, etc...
For those who don't know, the SR20DET is a motor that came in the Nissan Silvia and 180sx in Japan (the counterpart for our 240sx of the 90's.)
It's a DOHC 16V all aluminum 4-cylinder that came factory turbocharged. They put out 205hp & 203lb/ft of torque. This one is pushing more like 250hp to the wheels in it's current state.
Electromotive Tec3 standalone for fuel and ignition. Tuned via laptop computer. It doesn't take a good one to work it, any old laptop will do. I'll give you all my maps. My ignition map is a thing of beauty (written according to direct instructions from a pro who built a few 500hp stock block SR's), and fuel maps are easy. The Tec3 gives you free reign to do whatever you please on this thing. The ignition system is really powerful and helps out a lot with high boost, etc.. It has four programmable outputs and several inputs for things such as a wideband.
This motor has never seen more than the stock T25 turbo and manifold. That's what is still on it.
Stock 5-speed with some sort of upgraded firm clutch. Short shifter and brass shifter bushing (down in the transmission - takes all the slop out so the stick feels tight and shift throws are really short)
Apexi GT-spec front mount intercooler from an S14 Silvia
Afco aluminum radiator (weighs nothing and does an awesome job) + electric fan attached to radiator
Greddy Type RS Blow Off Valve
Greddy Intake Plenum with Infiniti Q45 Throttle Body (huge)
Full custom intercooler piping and exhaust. The exhaust never drops below 3" from turbo to tailpipe. One muffler inline, and one big stainless can on the back.
Fuel system consists of a V8 low pressure pump feeding a surge tank in front of the main tank. The surge tank feeds a Walbro 255lph High Pressure pump. There are filters before each pump and a standard SR fuel filter in the front before the fuel rail. The fuel rail has a Nismo fuel pressure regulator and SARD 850cc side feed injectors. Both pumps and all three filters were replaced last year.
Apexi AVC-R boost controller
Blitz Oil pressure/Oil Temp/Boost/Water temp (water temp not connected)
Optima Red top battery
Suspension consists of Tokico Illumina 5-way adjutable struts and springs. They make an obvious difference when changing levels. I use 3 on the street usually, but 5 feels great.
Energy Suspension Polyurethane bushings installed on 100% of the front end. The steering coupler, as well.
The rear end bushings were never done because I planned on swapping everything out back there and never decided what to do.
15x8" Sportmax wheels with brand new 225 50/15 Yokohama ES100's in back, Dunlop 8000's up front (good condition)
Brand new front brakes with rebuilt factory calipers
Raybrig Headlights (H4 modular housings)
Shaved rear end, perfect doors, needs floor pans repaired, rust in all the typical 240z areas
Includes black and brown interiors, boxes of spare parts, etc...
Car runs great. I drive it every day. It pulls somehwere around a low 12 second 1/4 mile according to power/weight estimates and the cars I've run with in the past. Destroys all your typical ricers, keeps right up with Porsches and stuff.
It's not a pipe dream project car. It starts, runs, and goes fast. It's been very reliable.
I can work with people if it needs to be shipped, but would love to sell it locally so you can drive it and see for yourself.
This is a sacrifice at $7500. It's been really good to me, but I'm ready to move on to a new project. I'm not hurting for money, and I know my price is very realistic.
No B.S. No lowballers. Don't waste my time with a dozen texts. Don't contact me if you're not prepared to come up with $7500 for a car. Serious inquiries can call my cell: 760-717-9556. (I'm in Huntington Beach)