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  1. I am in need of a new tank to replace my 240's, rusted beyond repair, fuel tank. I was reading post's about new fuel tank options just a few days ago. Someone posted the name of a company that offered a new tank that was reasonably priced that included an in tank pump and a return set-up, etc but I have been unable to find that post again. I believe the company name was a first name than the word "tanks", like "johnstanks.com". Can anyone point me in the right direction?
  2. MS3 Pro Install

    Here is the last dyno run we did to tune the car. It is a blast to drive. There are 29 pulls on this zip drive. You can just look at the last 3-4 pulls as they are the final tune. 225hp with 255 tq on the dyno. Think I am conservative enough on tune for longevity. Still need to work on decel, and initial tip in. Had multiple issues to deal with at the dyno. Kept losing power to the TPS(was the connection being loose on the spade to fuse panel). Blew coupler off did not know it for first 10 pulls. Pulled the power to 3 injectors by accident while closing the gaps on spark plugs. Had the vacuum lines to the boost controller wrong, hence could not build boost. Thats how it is when you don't finish things you start, or finish things others don't. Have to look over everything. Data Log Zip File.zip
  3. This is not a how to,It is what I have done. Mesuring the 240 rack I came up with 24.230" from center to center of ball scokets (iner tie rod pivot point) and a travel of 5.125". The pinion is 7.5" from the center of the housing. The Miata rack's I reviewed are from a 92 and 97. The 92 has a vavle body cast with the gear case and is held togeather with C-clips. This makes it harder to modify. The 97 has a vavle housing bolted to the gear case and the end cap screws into the housing. This is what I will cover here. The Miata rack is 26.040"center to center of ball scokets with a travel of 4.704". The pinion is 8.75" from the center of the housing. Ball scoket threads are 17x1.0MM RH. Center of ball scoket to mating face of rack is (including lockwasher) .740".The travel is limited by ball scokets contact with the housing. Removing the ball scokets allows more travel that is now limited by the distance between the fluid lines less the with of the piston inside 5.354"-.287"=5.067" max travel for this rack. Not as much as the 240's 5.125",But with power steering I will go with shorter steering arms to make up for it. To get Center to center of 24.230" I removed 1.812" off the right end of the rack remachined the end with the exception of the lenght of the small OD witch was shortened to .25". This aera and the vent hole must be polished to prevent seal damage. The housing was cut down 1.582" on the right side and remachined. The thread is 40x1.0MM RH, I used 1.575"x24TPI RH (My lathe is english) A new shorter end cap was made alowing an extra .385" travel. It stops the piston befor it blocks the fluid port on the left. Using a face pin spaner insted of a hex alowes more of the housing to be left in place for the rubber mount. This made up for cutting less off the housing than the rack. On the left end of the housing a counter bore 1.5" DIA x.150"deep alowing the ball scoket to travel inside the housing,and the piston to travel to the edge of the right fluid port. The tie rod's were cut down 2.25" and threaded 12x1.25MM RH. Miata outer tie rod's will be used. I now have a rack with the same center to center as the 240z, and a travel of 5.067". Other problems to address will be the pinion is now 6.562" from the center of the housing (15/16" closer to the motor), steering shaft and mounting made.
  4. Just wanted to throw this out there. Which would be the best s30 model to invest in? What seems to make the most money? or get the most attention? Is there a good year or engine size that came out and everyone went 'That's the one to have' Quite ofter the very early cars seem to be the ones people want to collect? Quite often the company sorted out all the problems and by the end the cars were the best of the lot! Take the e-type for instance though, and the early 3.8 roadster series is a GOD and the later v12 is a train wreck in my opinion. I am new to the Z world though and just wanted to know what people thought?
  5. V6 vs i6 vs v8 swap (280z)

    I want to try to do an engine swap in my 280z, hopefully to a vr38dett from a nissan gtr.. Does anyone know if this is possible? The engine is a 3.8 v6 if you didnt know. I havent seen anything about anyone trying it before. If that doesnt work, id do an rb26(i6), or an ls1(v8). Opinions:thoughts/knowledge is appreciated.
  6. misfiring engine issue

    Hi everyone, I have a 72’ 240z that I bought 4 months ago, and have put on the road since early February and recently I’ve encountered a problem. Problem: Backfiring out of carbs under load in the med/high rpm range. Issue is absent with the choke on. Points, condenser, cap and leads replaced. Issue has got progressively worse after ~500 miles of driving since buying the car. N58 needles used with a slight ridge formed due to wear. Once the problem became severe the oil was found to be at the minimum level. Suspect valve clearances or needles to be potential cause, but it's probably a carburettor related issue. The car is a US import being driven in the UK I would appreciate any help possible, I'm desperate to get it back on the road Thanks a lot! Moe
  7. Hi All, Had a seller drop out after many months of waiting sort of patiently and am on the hunt again for a 240 with a SR20DET swap. I was a passenger in one and the balance blew my mind... I've always wanted one, but this was the "must have" turning point. What I care about: A car that is solid mechanically. I do not care if the interior is crap and/or only has one seat. I live in an apartment and don't have a garage, so doing my own swap or heavy installs is unfortunately out of the question. Budget: ~$13,000.... That's the top end, but if you have a car that has been stripped down to the frame and cleaned of rust, lets talk. I'm sure I could find some stuff to sell or give you a kidney. If you're in the market for a 2010 Ford Escape with 45k miles because you just brought a beautiful little child into this world or you realized that you just desperately need a small suv, that can be part of the negotiation. Requirements: - SR20DET swap - Solid body Wants: - S14 5 Speed - New floor pans - Autopower roll bar - Tech Toys control arms - LSD If you think you might have the car for me or know of someone who might, please don't hesitate to send a message. I am very serious about this purchase. Be assured that if you sell me your 240, it will be loved and cared for. I am in California, so obviously a CA car would be nice, but I am willing to ship for the right car. Oh - I will also do a build thread on this site documenting everything so you can watch your beauty age gracefully. Thanks!
  8. This SCCA-ITS prepared 1970 240Z has been sitting in a climate-controlled basement for several years. I stumbled across it through a friend of a friend. The previous owner raced it in the SCCA, ITS class in the late 90’s - 2000’s. He put a bunch of money and time into a new motor, prepared the car, ran one event and parked it. Life got in the way. I bought it with the intention of racing it but my wife has other ideas… Even though the car has been sitting for a while it was very easy to start. I put fresh gas in the tank, cleaned the float-bowls, put a battery in it, and turned it on. The fuel pump primed the system, I pushed the button and vroom! The previous owner is a pilot so the car was only ever run on aviation fuel, I think that’s why it was so easy to start. The aviation fuel is very clean and leaves little residue so the lines, carbs and tank are clean. I don’t know as many details as I should about the motor specs but what I do know is it purrs like a kitten. Everything that has been done to modify the motor was done to the very limits of the ITS class but it was legal at the time when he parked it. I have the old SCCA logbooks. When the car was built, it was taken down to the shell and acid dipped. They put a cage in it, primed and painted inside, outside and under. There are some minor repairs and welds done at the time the race car was built. Everything is straight and flat under the car. All of the hoses and fittings are -10 and -6 “Aeroquip” brand AN fittings. Obviously there are some bumps and bruises on the car because it is after all a racecar. - 1970 240Z vin # HLS30-02347 - Roll cage with NASCAR bar on the driver’s side - Aluminum seat - Detachable steering wheel - 3 welded differentials each with a different gear ratio (336,???,???) - Spare 4 speed trans - Battery kill switch - Rebuilt SU round tops - 3 into 2 coated header - Aircraft style oil cooler, adapter, and remote filter, -10 Aeroquip fittings and lines - Wide body oil pan - Fuel Cell, Holley “Red” fuel pump and regulator, Fram HPG-1 remote filter, -6 Aeroquip - Brake ducts to calipers and rotors - Ballast box with lead ballast installed. - Spare half shafts and drive shaft, bearings, u-joints, fasteners, etc. - Lots of extra parts and pieces; electrical, gaskets, mounts, brakes, engine parts, transmission parts… - Spare good motor that was run before they built the one in it, very clean, fully assembled ready to go - 2 sets of “Panasport” 14” wheels - E46 intake - E88 intake - Pit crew headset, and driver’s helmet mounted earpiece with quick connect fittings, Motorola brand I’m asking $6,000 as is, no delivery. The car runs and drives great and is a good car for someone who is getting into SCCA racing or just doing HPDE’s. I own a 1975 280Z and it is a blast! on the track. You can text, email or call me with questions and I will answer them to the best of my knowledge. See the link below for lots of pics, I also attached a video of it. http://s1376.photobucket.com/user/roscosremodeling/library/
  9. Wisconsin Z owners

    It's always nice to know of other z car owners in the area. How many are we in Wisconsin? I'm from Manitowoc County
  10. König Rewind Wheels and Tires

    I'm selling new Konig Rewind Wheels shod in Yokahama S Drive 215/55R16 93W rubber. I bought these wheels and tires mounted them on the car and drove less than ten miles before removing them. There is nothing wrong with them I just decided to hold off on wearing them out until I completed modifications on my car. Well, mods got a little out of hand and mounting these wheels and tires on the car is no longer practical so I'm selling them for the low low price of $750+shipping. There are no nicks, scratches, clear coating de-lamination and tires have, like I said less than tens miles on them. Item is located in Columbus, GA and includes full set of Gorilla lock nuts with key. These wheels sell for $600 without tires and you can figure on an easy additional $500 for rubber so this is a bargain. If you have any questions let me know. Or text me 314-three four eight-58 three nine. Thank you,
  11. 240 Z Large turbo intercooler

    Hello, I'm selling a very large turbo intercooler used specifically in a 240Z. I bought a complete custom intercooler set up and piping for my 260Z with an RB26DETT swap but upon installation it was discovered that the radiator core support on the 240Z is slightly narrower than the one on the 260Z. As a result I had to get a different front mount intercooler that fits my car. So I'm selling this intercooler for $250 + shipping. A Google search using the number listed on the intercooler shows up as an Apexi universal intercooler coresize:600x300x100. I couldn't find an exact price on this thing but they start from $275 for a Rolin super monster (which I've never heard of) to $475 for a GTR drag intercooler. So I believe $250 + shipping is fair. If you would like pictures or have any questions either e-mail me on here and leave an e-mail address or text me at 314-three four eight- 58 three nine. Thank You,
  12. So I am well aware of the fact that the Inner Tie rods for the 240/260/280 are NLA from almost all sources, but I am wondering if somebody has found a solution for a worn out inner tie rod! Seems crazy that either everyone has perfect tie rods, or is living with crap ones. I've had a couple of ideas, but none of them are easy/require lots of machining. Looking for a good solution!
  13. 2 Body Kits Wanted

    Looking for a body kit for 1974 240Z and one for a 1983 ZX. I am in NC. 336-480-7387 dnicol9260 at gmail
  14. Im looking for a nice front bumper and passenger fender. The fender has to.be rust free and in overall good shape. Show me what you got at [email protected]
  15. Hello Z people! I am 18 years old and before falling for Z's. I was a Muscle car fanatic, My summer job was restoring them (Chevlles, Impalas, ect.) and my father owned a '70 GTO which I absolutely loved! I moved to Milwaukee this past September for college, and a newly acquired friend was a die hard import man. Hanging with him opened me up to the world of imports in general, then one day I saw a 240z in a magazine of his and it was love at first sight. I still have a placed reserved in my heart for American muscle but for now I want a 240z as a project incredibly bad. The search continues for a good project car and my funds grow! Would love to have one for summer so I can work on it.
  16. Hello, I am looking to buy a 240z in the Wisconsin area or as close as possible. I would like it to be a project, so it does not have to run but would prefer all the parts be there. I have been looking for quite sometime. I am really only able to pay at most 1500, which i know is not going buy a whole lot of quality but i have just fallen in love with these cars and want one so bad. Thanks!
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