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Found 10 results

  1. Oil Cooler Hookup

    Hi, all. I'm (hopefully) almost done installing the rebuilt engine and I've got a question about connecting the oil cooler to the block. As you can see, the block is set up to have an oil filter screwed into it, and I do have an aluminum oil cooler adapter that can be sandwiched in between the block and the filter to hook up the oil cooler. So there is an all-important plan B on deck. However, I also have the original oil cooler setup that came stock on the car, an '83 280ZX Turbo 2+2 and I'd rather use the original connector and hardware if possible, at least for now. Thing is, the block has a male connection for an oil filer to screw on, and the connector assembly I pulled off the stock engine has a male connection that's meant to screw into the block. I'm about 90% sure that the block's connection is just a threaded pipe, and so can be unscrewed with the aid of a pipe wrench and maybe a bit of foul language. However, I'd like to have someone who knows more than me check my math before I do anything that would require a machine shop to set right. So, is the oil filter connector a thing I can just unscrew from the block, or did some overly enthusiastic engineer decide it would be better to press fit the damned thing, and I'm going to have to go with the aluminum sandwich adapter?
  2. SOLD

    Hello, FS is an L6 Oil Cooler setup. SOLD.
  3. Oil Cooler- 240z

    Hi everyone, Thought I'd post my layout for an oil cooler with measurements and the like if anyone wants to replicate or take some design cues from it in the future. I'm planning on running it bosozoku style with the lines outside and will probably tuck the cooler just behind the bumper but visible. As for the pieces I'm going to be using I have the quantity, name and number listed: (1x) Earls Oil Cooler 4x13x2" 41308ERL (2x) Jegs -8AN Polished Banjo- 555-101022 (1x) 15' -8AN SS Braided hose 555-100923 (2x) Jegs -8AN Polished straight fitting 555-101002 (2x) Jegs -8AN to 3/8" NPT 45* fitting 555-110127 I was planning on using the 280zxt sandwich plate I have but realized that I don't have the center piece to it so I'm lanning on using the transdapt 1313 model sandwich adapter. Stay tuned for pictures.
  4. Looking for some affirmation of a theory I have regarding my oil cooler / pressure switch configuration. I would like to mount a fuel pump kill switch where this Allen plug (see bottom of photo below) is currently installed. This is in the flow path of the pre-cooler line. Unfortunately, there is no such convenient port on the post cooler side, which would see a more immediate drop in pressure should any catastrophic damage occur to the cooler (did I mention I'm planning on running a Bosozoku mounted RX7 oil cooler). I'm under the impression that this location should see an almost immediate drop in pressure, sufficient enough to drop below the sensor's trigger point of around 7psi, HOWEVER I have a nagging fear that this location, being just before the leak, could potentially be the last place in the flow path to drop below the trigger point? Any input from those more knowledgeable than I would be greatly appreciated! Incase anyone is curious, this is the sensor I'm planning on running, along with a wiring schematic: Sensor (Standard Motor Products PS-64)
  5. This is a brand new, never used thermostatic oil controller made by Mocal. Comes with original box and everything seen in pics. Looking for $130 shipped OBO
  6. Had a change of plans with a few things on the car so these parts are for sale. First is the S12W vented caliper setup. The calipers were rebuilt with all new square cut seals, new dust boots, retaining clips and repainted. All the pistons are free moving and in great working order. With the calipers i will also include the spacers required to offset the rotor properly and 8 stainless steel 8.8 grade bolts and lock washers for the complete swap. Im asking $250 shipped as these are heavy and will cost a lot to ship. Second is a an oil sandwich plate, i dont recall brand for sure but believe it might have been made by Mocal. Asking $35 shipped
  7. Complete L28ET for sale!

    Hey guys, I've decided to sell my complete L28ET swap due to hard times and frustration. I will NOT be parting anything out and wish to sell EVERYTHING TOGETHER! I had it running for a month but my stock ignition control module crapped out , so i did a chevy HEI swap and got it running again. Died once again on me and now I'm done. I don't want to put anymore money into this swap. I will try to include as much info as I can. -L28et with 110,XXX miles from 82 automatic. Turbo does not leak oil or smoke, and has no shaft play! -MSA 2.5 in. DP, Heat wrapped (from Summit racing) -Fidanza Aluminum Flywheel(less than 10 miles) -ACT heavy duty clutch( less than 10 miles) -ACT Sport clutch disc(less than 10 miles) -New throw out bearing and clutch pilot bearing -5 speed transmission with new Lucas oil. -New Fuel pressure regulator -New Alternator -OIL Cooler with AN fittings welded on with custom hose! (stock on end and AN fittings on the other end) Also included is a MSA 2.5 inch full exhaust piping for 260z (missing the muffler) ASKING PRICE IS $1,600 I feel my price is very fair, don't hesitate to PM me. We can always work something out! I have the receipts for most of the parts that I bought and will be including all of them for the purchaser! the valve cover paint has peeled more now .
  8. Complete L28ET for sale!

    Hey guys, I've decided to sell my complete L28ET swap due to hard times and frustration. I will NOT be parting anything out and wish to sell EVERYTHING TOGETHER! I had it running for a month but my stock ignition control module crapped out , so i did a chevy HEI swap and got it running again. Died once again on me and now I'm done. I don't want to put anymore money into this swap. I will try to include as much info as I can. -L28et with 110,XXX miles from 82 automatic. Turbo does not leak oil or smoke, and has no shaft play! -MSA 2.5 in. DP, Heat wrapped (from Summit racing) -Fidanza Aluminum Flywheel(less than 10 miles) -ACT heavy duty clutch( less than 10 miles) -ACT Sport clutch disc(less than 10 miles) -New throw out bearing and clutch pilot bearing -5 speed transmission with new Lucas oil. -New Fuel pressure regulator -New Alternator -OIL Cooler with AN fittings welded on with custom hose! (stock on end and AN fittings on the other end) Also included is a MSA 2.5 inch full exhaust piping for 260z (missing the muffler) ASKING PRICE IS $1,600 I feel my price is very fair, don't hesitate to PM me. We can always work something out! I have the receipts for most of the parts that I bought and will be including all of them for the purchaser! http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a365/primary_lotus/Picture16.jpg I AM LOCATED IN FRESNO CA! PM me for my cell #.
  9. Complete L28ET for sale!

    Hey guys, I've decided to sell my complete L28ET swap due to hard times and frustration. I will NOT be parting anything out and wish to sell EVERYTHING TOGETHER! I had it running for a month but my stock ignition control module crapped out , so i did a chevy HEI swap and got it running again. Died once again on me and now I'm done. I don't want to put anymore money into this swap. I will try to include as much info as I can. -L28et with 110,XXX miles from 82 automatic. Turbo does not leak oil or smoke, and has no shaft play! -MSA 2.5 in. DP, Heat wrapped (from Summit racing) -Fidanza Aluminum Flywheel(less than 10 miles) -ACT heavy duty clutch( less than 10 miles) -ACT Sport clutch disc(less than 10 miles) -New throw out bearing and clutch pilot bearing -5 speed transmission with new Lucas oil. -New Fuel pressure regulator -New Alternator -OIL Cooler with AN fittings welded on with custom hose! (stock on end and AN fittings on the other end) Also included is a MSA 2.5 inch full exhaust piping for 260z (missing the muffler) ASKING PRICE IS $1,600 I feel my price is very fair, don't hesitate to PM me. We can always work something out! I have the receipts for most of the parts that I bought and will be including all of them for the purchaser! <a href="http://s15.photobucket.com/user/primary_lotus/media/Picture16.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a365/primary_lotus/Picture16.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo Picture16.jpg"/></a>
  10. Helps Prevent Engine Wear and Horsepower Loss Improved Racing's high-flow remote oil cooler thermostat is now available! Our oil thermostat helps speed up engine warm-up time while also preventing over-cooling of engine oil, which can result in excessive engine wear and horsepower loss. More Details & Purchase Features & Benefits Bypasses oil cooler until oil reaches 180F and forces all oil through cooler by 200F Includes fittings for -8AN, -10AN or -12AN lines Includes versatile mounting brackets Re-buildable 6061-T6 billet aluminum construction and black anodized finish Viton seals Lifetime warranty Made in the USA No valves, springs, or thermal motor interrupting oil flow Compact dimensions (shown in inches) Available in -12AN, -10AN and -8AN Mounting brackets allow for multiple mounting configurations
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