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  1. AlbatrossCafe

    Gpop shop rebuild result

    Hey guys, Just wanted to let you know how my Gpop shop turbo rebuild went in case anyone was looking at going to them: http://gpopshop.com/ Before: 1982 L28ET Garret AiResearch stock T3 turbo After: Upgraded into T3/T4 hybrid with T4 .50 trim compressor wheel and Stage III exhaust turbine. All moving components rebuilt/replaced if applicable. Review: So far, I am very satisfied with their work. When they said "we will make your turbo like new" I was skeptical. They took my 35 year old turbo and genuinely made it better than it was when it was new back in 1982. Externally, it looks great. I decided to have Gpop upgrade my stock turbo because I didn't want to deal with fabbing up external wastegates or put in spacers to get something aftermarket to fit. The cost (~$900 btw) was comparable to buying a new Garrett hybrid and in the end I get something that I know will bolt right in AND has a warranty to boot. Also, their customer service was awesome. I say "Externally, it looks great" cus I haven't finished putting together my engine yet 🙃 I'll update the review with actual performance "soon"!
  2. iFari

    280Dread

    Week 1 (Just one Saturday): Purchased rolling shell. Week 2 (Friday and Saturday): Tear-down and removal of all that old dry hard sound deadening
  3. What I have for sale is a rebuild-able L28ET. The motor fires right up, and idles fine, but overheats after 20 minutes at idle, or 5 minutes of hard driving. Rebuild is required. Local pickup, delivery, or ship to your door. All estimated prices do not include shipping (92804). P90 head (Solid lifters) - SOLD F54 Block - SOLD83 ECU [A18-605-581] - $100 OBO 83 Turbo AFM [A31-624-600] - $60 83 Igition Coil, Igniter, Bracket - SOLD 83 Dizzy, shaft and oil pump - SOLD MSD wires - SOLD JSK Fuel Rail - SOLD 6 fuel injectors - SOLD N42 Intake Manifold non egr w/ 240sx TB - SOLD 83 Harness - SOLD 280z 5 speed if your interested as well - SOLD ZX 12-80 Dizzy W/ Taylor wires from MSA - SOLD 6-2-1 Square Port Headers - SOLD Turbo setup - SOLD Other than that, I have misc parts like zx alternator, starter, etc. just ask. ZX alternator - SOLD Starter - SOLD ZX Fan clutch autozone special, brand new - SOLD Turbo J Pipe With Turbo Clamp - $35 Valve Cover and Oil Cap w/ Minor Scratches - $60
  4. maanlo12

    Where to start?

    So I've recently bought a 1977 Dark Blue L28E 280Z. Car has been sitting for about 10 years; I was told the car was stopped in working conditions, but it seems some work might be needed. Where do you recommend to start work on it before trying to ignite the engine? Oil and filter change? Spark plugs? Spark plugs wires? What would be the first thing to look for before running the engine, and the first thing to look after running the engine? I'm trying to bring back to life this grandpa by this time. I'll love to build it something near this: If anyone has info about this build ^ please be kind to share! Thanks for your comments
  5. Hey Guys my names Joel. I've been on the forum for a few months, browsing and reading a lot. Skimming topics. I've barely scratched the surface on what I wish to learn and things I need to learn, but all in all, tons of good info. around here. Cool stuff in the archive I can't wait to apply to my Datsun as things progress. Clearly I'm a bit reserved posting my personal things but I do document nearly everything. One day I might make an interesting thread; one day. For now I just wanted to share with you all a little bit and maybe inspire someone as I've been inspired. This will be a log covering my first engine rebuild ever. You see, I decided when I bought my Datsun to avoid as many setbacks as possible due to outsourcing, that I'd try to do as much as I could by myself or under watch of a pro. Buying a non-running Z made my step easy and 1st priority....building a reliable heart. So from scrap to key-on here we go!!!! Just a lil background. I bought my Z and it came with a L28 ( uninstalled ). Engine on a stand, with some quick pre-lim inspections I realized the motor was seized. "No Biggy" I thought to myself, because before I even bought the car I knew a 3.1L build was in the future and that would be the core. I set out on CL to find a replacement but the running engines were scarce and all seemed to be in norcal. The rest just had a sketchy w/ parts or rebuild w/ no receipts caption. I'll pass on those. Anyway, I ended up finding a local L26 w/ some extras for $140 I later when on to sell some spare parts for it netting me a positive $20. It was advertised as running, which I didn't believe that for a sec. but I figured at that price it was worth a gamble to me. Either way I needed an engine and I was prepared to rebuild an engine regardless of who I bought it from. Ready to get this thing underway and see where I stood, I hauled my newly found L26 down to our shop where my buddies and I wrench on Hondas to start my inspection. Off loaded and ready for teardown. I've read a lot of people suggesting to begin with this book so I ordered one up.
  6. Hello, I have searched the database and could not find any threads that answer my question. I apologize in advance if this has been covered. Is this l28e rebuild kit as far pistons any different than the Factory L28e I have in my 280z? Keeping in mind it states l28e 280zx rebuild kit. I only ask because I'm rebuilding my motor and this kit is in my price range. Also if anyone has any remarks to Clegg engines or any other reasonably priced rebuild kits on the market. I would greatly appreciate your input, good or bad. http://www.cleggengine.com/nissan-2-8l-l28e-280zx-sohc-12v-81-83-complete-engine-kit.html
  7. Doing a slow restore on a 72 240 i picked up. Weber 45s were having some trouble sneezing and leaking so took them off to clean em up and replace gaskets, set floats etc. Noticed these adjustment screws which i find no mention of in Haynes manual, or any online reference ive found. These are the later 152s with nitrophyl/spansil floats so im thinking it was a modification on later models? has a white plastic hat/cover. one on each throat. with plastic cover removed needle screw with fastener nut needle pokes through main venturu/choke into carb throat (upper right)
  8. Datsun_Z240

    Triple Mikuni Rebuild Kits

    Decided to go with weber 45s instead of rebuilding my mikuni 40s so now the rebuild kits and carbs are for sale. I got these rebuild kits directly from Dave Rebello himself in Antioch,CA. One of the kits was opened but he assured me everything was still in there, plus he included a few extra o-rings just in case. So you will get the gaskets, o-rings, diaphragms, in-line filters and everything you see pictures. I paid a little over $220 for these. Ill let them go for $200 shipped!
  9. I apologize, I'm sure this has been asked before, I did do a little searching but nothing specific came up with the terms I used. I took my car into my local mechanic this morning, and he said most likely I needed a head rebuild, and a clutch job, he quoted me at $1200 for the head rebuild, sounded a little pricey to me. does anybody know roundabouts what I should be spending at a shop to have my head rebuilt? I live in Long Beach, CA any shops that you could recommend would be appreciated as well. all cylinders are good except my 5th cylinder which is fouling the spark plug quite badly.
  10. Titus_RacerX

    Nissan L28 ET $500

    Nissan L28 ET - $500 (North Atlanta) This is the most popular engine swap among Datsun 240Z, 260Z, 280Z, 280ZX restorers or "Hybrid" conversions. P-90A Turbo cylinder head and F54 block. Includes wiring harness, black box from donor, oil cooler, just about everything under the hood of the donor 280ZXT... Others are advertising the same engine for $1000 and all you are getting is the engine for that price. Not a good deal when I have this engine and associated parts for sale. I also have a large intercooler that fits with minor modification in the core support in front of the radiator for any 240Z, 260Z or 280Z or 280ZX at $200 and a stainless flange to mount the exhaust down-pipe from the turbo to a custom exhaust system @ $25.00 Since this is a straight 6, it will bolt up in place of your N/A 2.4L, 2.6L or 2.8L. Super easy swap! Refurbish it and go race! No spammers. REPLY WITH "FASTER DATSUN" in your subject line OR I WILL NOT REPLY! Text 404-247-8485 or call. Engine is sitting on a shipping pallet ready to send to you. Weight is 472 lbs. Shipped from Forrest Park, GA 30297 to their nearest location to you. Shipping company is Forward Air. You are responsible for shipping costs. FIRST PERSON WITH CASH GETS IT. Thanks!
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