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  1. (Not sure where to post this) I cross posted this to members projects as well. Hello, Was browsing multiple forums and decided to try out Hybridz for advice. I bought a 1977 280z Frankenstein of a car with an '83 280zx turbo engine swap in 2014 for around five grand. I drove it around for a year or so and it died on me after removing the previous owners sound system. Life got in the way and the car had a parasitic draw and sat for around 15 months. I just brought it to a shop and had the fuel system flushed with new filters, however, got robbed on the price in my opinion. I did some general maintenance (oil, spark plugs, coolant) and have been driving it around for the past week. The car is far from stock and I was hoping some of you guys could help me by identifying what I have. Any help is much appreciated! Below is a numbered imgur album. Sorry it is alot of pictures. My knowledge is weak and I know I need to find a service manual, but I don't know where to start. Its pretty fast when the turbo kicks in, I believe its running around 12 pounds of boost if the gauge is accurate. Definitely kicks your head back. http://imgur.com/a/4uGkb
  2. I bought aftermarket parts from Dragon Motorsport (I think that was the name of it) before it went out of business. I ended up buying more parts than I needed. I want to know how much I could sell the passenger side fender, I payed a couple hundred for it and want to recoup some money.
  3. Hello everyone! I hope you are all having a pleasant day. I recently bought a 1970 240z after saving money for a long time. I was excited and said that it will be easy, that I am gonna build it within the next few months. I was naive and after reading a certain post on this website, i was "enlightened". "For the newbie car guys on this forum.. New to building Z cars and etc.." Is the post I read. I now want to take my time to enjoy building the car and learn as much as i can through this "journey". I would like to mention that there is no budget concerning this project since I think it will last a life time Here I am now to ask all of you who have experienced building a Z. I ask you for all the advice you can give me and to answer any question listed below if you please. If you think there is a link that will answer or help me in anyway, go ahead and add it. 1. What would you recommend to have in a garage in order to modify a car in general? I am new to this so please list everything you deem necessary 2. What are the reasons you chose a certain engine? The Z i bought has an rb25de neo and I wondering about the positives and negatives about the engines (2JZ, SR20DET, RB26DETT, etc) 3. For a newbie like me, what would you recommend I do in order to gain more experience? 4. Where do I begin? 5. Which differential do you use and why? This is my first time posting so I do apologize for any grammer/spelling mistakes as English is not my first language. I also do not know what information am I missing in this post so, if there is anything you would like to know about me or the Z, please ask away! Regards!
  4. I've been working on cars since I was a kid. I love bringing a car back from the dead. My current car is a 1981 280zx. This car is a mess. But the heart of this z is far from dead.
  5. New 280z Owner! First Z!!

    Hello! New to this forum! My name is Oscar and I live in SoCal (I.E.) and have a crazy passion for cars! I work for a wheel company/manufacturer (ACE ALLOY WHEEL) and love what I do. I go to every event I can (free tickets yay) and get to see the most craziest builds. I had been thinking about getting a car that I would have a fun time driving and at the same time enjoy the build as progress grows. I just wanted something different that I rarely see at shows other than usual Honda/BMW. I wanted my car to be extra special and a neck breaker, and just 2 Sundays ago I went on Craigslist, and found me a beautiful 280z that was babied and really well taken care of inside and out. 90k original miles, everything was stock, 1 owner and grandfather owned. I started it, drove it around the block and I instantly left a deposit and went to pick it up 3 days later! If you are in the I.E. feel free to send me a message so we can gather around sometime, some shoots, work on cars etc as I would love to get closer with the Z community around me. Mods that I am looking at getting currently are, a spoiler (victory), xenon air dam, 240z front and rear bumper conversion, jdm fender mirrors, coilovers, and some wheels! They Day I Got Her!
  6. Z32 window upper door pins.

    So I've got a couple other threads about Printing car parts on my 3d printer. Well on my 300zx, the upper window pin again broke yesterday. This allows air to whistle while driving and water to leak in with the rain. I'm tired of tearing the door apare to fix a cheaply made part. So, I started looking into what can be done to fix this issue. Well the stock pin has a white plastic ring around a metal ball end, allowing for some movement. The plastic is what breaks. I looked at it and figures a 5/16" washer would almost fit over the ball portion, but would not fit past it. That woudl be enough to hold the pin in place, but I'm not certain if it required much more than that to keep it from rattling or wearing badly. I got into PTC Creo and desiged a new round bottom portion which would allow the pin to slide in the track AND incorporate the 5/16" washer. I printed it up on my Mendel Prusa 3d printer at .1mm layer height, and a .5mm nozzle. at 80% infill. This created a very strong part with a little xacto persuasion I was able to fit the stock metal door pin and now I've got a new slider made from ABS which should work well. The phillips head is lightly recessed for grease to fill and I will glue the washer into place. This looks like a very good solution for a part that breaks all too often. If you end up needing one of these, let me know, I'll sell it cheap. picts below: I'll add more picts when I get to install it probably this weekend. Phar
  7. I bought this a while ago, but now I have an S30 chassis and I am selling my Z31 stuff. Never installed, still in box (see pictures). $40 + shipping. A1 CARDONE FRICTION CHOICE BRAKE CALIPER, UNLOADED, NATURAL FINISH, REMANUFACTURED Bring back the braking power of your vehicle with A1 Cardone Friction Choice Brake Caliper. This high quality brake caliper guarantees your vehicle with stopping power you need each time you want to stop. Features: With Pre-lubricated guide bolts on mounting bracket that prevents seizing 100 percent OE like rubber seals to guarantee factory-like performance Tested with 100 percent pressure to ensure proper braking function Trouble-free bleeding and positive seal which is provided by the new bleeder screws Offered with or without mounting bracket to give you choices of configurations that best meets your needs Item Details:Includes mounting hardware Does not include brake pads and mounting bracket Series:A1 Cardone Friction Choice Location:Front, Driver Side Material:OE Replacement Type:Unloaded (Caliper Only) Color/Finish:Natural Condition:Remanufactured Product Fit:Direct Fit Does Not Include:Brake pad(s), bracket(s) Includes:Mounting Hardware This product fits the following 1987 Nissan 300ZX submodels 1987-1989: Turbo; 6 Cyl 3.0L; "Turbocharged" 1987-1988: 2+2; 6 Cyl 3.0L; "Turbocharged"
  8. This is one of the most classic Z exhausts there are, great sound and flow, but not overly raspy, check it out here: http://www.whiteheadperformance.com/products/fujitsubo-legalis-r-exhaust-system-datsun-240z-260z-280z-s30/ Two pieces, will fit 240z, 260z, 280z, two parts, resonator section and muffler section, with gaskets. Brand-new, never installed, still in original box with Japanese manuals (complete with silly little cartoons). I got this exhaust because I saw it on a 432R and thought it was the coolest thing ever I was going to use it on my NA build, but my plans changed and I am going turbo, so my 3-2 header, and thus, this exhaust is now of no use to me Looking to get $880 + actual shipping (as it is oversized, shipping might vary based on where you are) pickup in the Reno area would be free. Also looking to trade for Arizona Z Car 240z brakes, turbo headers (a guy can dream right?) or maybe even stroker parts. Who's interested?
  9. My steering rack is looking bad. Bellows are off, grease nipple has some kind of strange cap. Does anyone have experience with putting a new steering rack in a 240z? Will it change anything from stock? Lock to lock? I found this on eBay: http://bit.ly/19TR02I
  10. Hi guys, Just thought I'd make myself known here on the forum. I'm new here (and to the Zed scene as a matter of fact). I currently have a 280ZX 2+2 that I'm going to start work on as a project. I'd like to do a fair bit of work myself and, from what I've read so far is there is a wealth of knowledge here on the forum. I do have some questions but I'm going to do a bit of digging around first to see if I can't find any answers. Anyway, thanks guys, you'll surely hear from me soon as I start work.
  11. Hey guys my name is Joe Apostol. I'm pretty new to the Datsun scene. I live in Lansing, Michigan and in November of 2012 I purchased my first Datsun. I bought a 260z that came from North Carolina and looked like it had sat in the woods for a few years. I picked it up for $2300 with 80k miles, an l28 and 5 speed swap, rear disc brake conversion and it also came with a new exhaust and all new suspension/bushing throughout. I drove it for the first day I owned it and then put it in the garage and started working on it. Updates will be every couple weeks as I work a lot and am a full time student. So here are the pictures. I look forward to your comments and any advice you may have. Thanks The day it arrived at my house. I bought it and had it shipped to me Gutted it later that week Took out the center console and tried to fix some of the cracks so it wouldn't fall apart. I plan on buying a new one eventually Started installing carpet ripped off the exhaust cut a piece of the floor out and welded in a new patch bought a non webbed non egr manifold. Going to port it for the 60mm tb I bought Cut a hole in the turbo manifold so I can weld in my wg Installed the new cylinger head, been resurfaced, 5 angle valve job, also installed a cometic mls headgaske and arp head studs The worst of the rust, I cut most of it away since the picture and i'm going to fiberglass over it Brand new Greddy td06h 20g 76. trim Wastegate and dump tube. still have to weld it to the manifold I think that's about it for now.
  12. I'm looking for a used or new set of the JCI ls1 sanderson shorty headers that they sell for $330. I am trying to cut costs as much as anybody else would and don't have the means to build a custom set. New or used shoot me an offer via pm shipped to 37871. Thanks, Travis
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