Jump to content
HybridZ

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'stroker'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Categories

There are no results to display.

Forums

  • Technical
    • FAQs
    • Model Specific
    • V8 Z Forums
    • 6 Cylinder Z Forums
    • Other Engines
    • Engine Components
    • Body Kits & Paint
    • Windtunnel Test Results and Analysis
    • Brakes, Wheels, Suspension and Chassis
    • Drivetrain
    • Fabrication / Welding
    • Interior
    • Miscellaneous Tech
    • Trouble Shooting / General Engine
  • General
    • Announcements
    • Non Tech Board
    • New Members Forum
    • Members Projects
    • Motorsports / Events
    • Buy / Sell / Trade
    • Group Buys
    • Vendor's Forum
    • Links
    • Site Support
    • Area 51
    • The Tool Shed

Blogs

  • Blog 7794
  • Blog 7796
  • Blog 7797
  • Blog 7801
  • Blog 7810
  • Blog 7821
  • Blog 7850
  • Blog 7876
  • Blog 7900
  • Blog 7903
  • Blog 7918
  • Blog 7945
  • Blog 7995
  • Blog 8097
  • Blog 8113
  • Blog 8124
  • Blog 8199
  • Blog 8217
  • Blog 8223
  • Blog 8239
  • Blog 8335
  • Blog 8424
  • Blog 8478
  • Blog 8501
  • Blog 8644
  • Blog 8751
  • Blog 8853
  • Blog 9074
  • Blog 9088
  • Blog 9095
  • Blog 9152
  • Blog 10389
  • Blog 10579
  • Blog 10681
  • Blog 10929
  • Blog 10956
  • Blog 11195
  • Blog 11737
  • Blog 11794
  • Blog 11853
  • Blog 12120
  • Blog 12435
  • Blog 12884
  • Blog 13129
  • Blog 13159
  • Blog 13200
  • Blog 13472
  • Blog 13567
  • Blog 13587
  • Blog 14207
  • Blog 14439
  • Blog 14625
  • Blog 14703
  • Blog 14909
  • Blog 14919
  • Blog 14975
  • Head Gasket for 3.1 liter stroker engine
  • Blog 15298
  • Blog 15393
  • Blog 15520
  • Blog 15602
  • Blog 15654
  • Blog 15717
  • Blog 15865
  • Blog 16224
  • Blog 16227
  • Blog 16485
  • Blog 16662
  • Blog 16809
  • Blog 16878
  • Blog 16923
  • Blog 17059
  • Blog 17103
  • Blog 17116
  • Blog 17333
  • Blog 17402
  • Blog 17506
  • Blog 18026
  • Blog 18084
  • Blog 18466
  • Blog 18819
  • Blog 19188
  • Blog 19475
  • Blog 19671
  • Blog 19685
  • Blog 20165
  • Blog 20200
  • Blog 20239
  • Blog 20330
  • Blog 20345
  • Blog 20475
  • Blog 20568
  • Blog 20611
  • Blog 20767
  • Blog 20885
  • Blog 21113
  • Blog 21316
  • Blog 21355
  • Blog 21400
  • Blog 21541
  • Blog 21630
  • Blog 21672
  • Blog 21712
  • Blog 21925
  • Blog 21950
  • Blog 22036
  • Blog 22272
  • Blog 22312
  • Blog 22331
  • Blog 23034
  • Blog 23042
  • Blog 23220
  • Blog 23246
  • Blog 23322
  • Blog 23406
  • Blog 23570
  • Blog 23700
  • Blog 23718
  • Blog 23737
  • Blog 23762
  • Blog 23794
  • Blog 23917
  • Blog 23956
  • Blog 23959
  • Blog 24064
  • Blog 24131
  • Blog 24139
  • Blog 24205
  • Blog 24221
  • Blog 24240
  • Blog 24430
  • Blog 24435
  • Blog 24495
  • Blog 24576
  • Blog 24643
  • Blog 24722
  • Blog 24770
  • Blog 24833
  • Blog 24848
  • Blog 24853
  • Blog 24872
  • Blog 25030
  • Blog 25248
  • Blog 25289
  • Blog 25373
  • Blog 25396
  • Blog 25527
  • Blog 25674
  • Blog 25853
  • Blog 25886
  • Blog 25922
  • Blog 25986
  • Blog 26129
  • Blog 26181
  • Blog 26217
  • Blog 26240
  • Blog 26247
  • Blog 26299
  • Blog 26401
  • Blog 26440
  • Blog 26559
  • Blog 26735
  • Blog 26736
  • Blog 26831
  • Blog 26844
  • Blog 26883
  • Blog 26884
  • Blog 27002
  • Blog 27028
  • Blog 27169
  • Blog 27260
  • Blog 27267
  • Blog 27307
  • Blog 27345
  • Blog 27400
  • Blog 27428
  • Blog 27452
  • Blog 27558
  • Blog 27622
  • Blog 27707
  • Blog 27735
  • Blog 27877
  • Blog 28049
  • Blog 28070
  • Blog 28199
  • Blog 28214
  • Blog 28234
  • Blog 28308
  • Blog 28320
  • Blog 28475
  • Blog 28476
  • Blog 28494
  • Blog 28657
  • Blog 28671
  • Blog 28814
  • Blog 28880
  • Blog 28923
  • Blog 28943
  • Blog 28945
  • Blog 28982
  • Blog 28993
  • Blog 29008
  • Blog 29036
  • Blog 29168
  • Blog 29412
  • Blog 29467
  • Blog 29618
  • Blog 29710
  • Blog 29759
  • Blog 29832
  • Blog 29868
  • Blog 29922
  • Blog 29950
  • Blog 30009
  • Blog 30027
  • Blog 30175
  • Blog 30182
  • Blog 30287
  • Blog 30302
  • Blog 30339
  • Blog 30443
  • Blog 30461
  • Blog 30474
  • Blog 30517
  • Blog 30556
  • Blog 30654
  • Blog 30729
  • Blog 30758
  • Blog 30773
  • Blog 30842
  • Blog 30872
  • Blog 30886
  • Blog 30989
  • Blog 31027
  • Blog 31048
  • Blog 31073
  • Blog 31109
  • Blog 31116
  • Blog 31138
  • Blog 31251
  • Blog 31307
  • Blog 31343
  • Blog 31378
  • Blog 31393
  • Blog 31432
  • Blog 31495
  • Blog 31507
  • Blog 31592
  • Blog 31626
  • Blog 31643
  • Blog 31692
  • Blog 31717
  • Blog 31760
  • Blog 31768
  • Blog 31777
  • Blog 31826
  • Blog 31851
  • Blog 31877
  • Blog 31907
  • Blog 31942
  • Blog 32009
  • Blog 32051
  • Blog 32073
  • Blog 32094
  • Blog 32111
  • Blog 32142
  • Blog 32169
  • Blog 32198
  • Blog 32250
  • Blog 32256
  • Blog 32259
  • Blog 32262
  • Blog 32291
  • Blog 32371
  • Blog 32417
  • Blog 32463
  • Blog 32515
  • Blog 32519
  • Blog 32562
  • Blog 32678
  • Blog 32695
  • Blog 32725
  • Blog 32981
  • Blog 33294
  • Blog 33517
  • Blog 33612
  • Blog 33734
  • Blog 33993
  • Blog 34018
  • Blog 34140
  • Blog 34452
  • Blog 34586
  • Blog 34855
  • Blog 35117
  • Blog 35378
  • Blog 35742
  • Blog 35956
  • Blog 36022
  • Blog 36030
  • Blog 36711
  • Blog 36997
  • Blog 37069
  • Blog 37070
  • Blog 37103
  • Blog 37166
  • Blog 37257
  • Blog 37645
  • Blog 37818
  • Blog 37954
  • Blog 38369
  • Blog 38569
  • Blog 38681
  • Blog 38923
  • Blog 38945
  • Blog 39122
  • Blog 39441
  • Blog 39494
  • Blog 39529
  • Blog 39575
  • PSL_240z's Blog
  • Phlebmaster's Blog
  • dhp123166's Blog
  • miguel240zcruz's Blog
  • dsalni's Blog
  • dsalni's Blog
  • beon's Blog

Categories

  • Configuration File Sharing
  • Drawing Files, Templates
  • Manuals, Diagrams, Guides
  • Software, Calculators
  • Other misc files

Categories

  • Z Videos
  • Member Videos
  • Road Racing & Autocross
  • Drag Racing
  • Burnouts and Drifting
  • Crash and Burn
  • Dyno Runs
  • Events
  • Babes
  • Humor
  • Miscellaneous

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 17 results

  1. Marlinfoto

    N42 3.0 trackday build

    I want to build a 3.0l for trackday use. L28 crank 81mm light strong rods light pistons I want over 300hp this is my first Datsun but i have many years of engine builds. So now I want some tips of what is the best bang for the buck to build a 300+ hp engine
  2. Conedodger

    Cylinder head sensor and MAP MS3

    So I've brought home my Rebello built 3.0 stroker motor and mounted it on the stand. I'm at the stage of selecting and installing sensors. I'm pretty much going with the GM style sensors sold through DIYAutotune but I've got a couple questions you guys may be able to clear up for me. First, I'm using a E31 head that has been modified with big valves, P&P, and injector notches. The E31 never had a cylinder head sensor so I can't just put a compatible one in its place. I probably should have had Rebello drill and tap for one but that's what I get for planning as I go instead of following a well developed plan. Can you guys think of a solution? What have you done? Or have you done without? Second, I'd like to have altitude compensation as I live at 4500' and regularly travel up to 9000' (I live off Mt. Rose Hwy) and down to sea level. I know at least one friend who used a second MAP sensor to sample for barometric pressure. I've also heard of MAP sensors that are monitoring both. What are your experiences? What have you done successfully?
  3. Another pipe dream? Possibly. Another inexperienced V8 280z fan asking already answered questions? Definitely. So let's get started and see what you all have to say, shall we? Disclaimer: the guy behind this computer screen has no mechanical/engineering knowledge/skills/abilities/powers and is merely a mortal with an obsession with the 240/260/280Z cars (they're so, so, sooo sexy) so if you can find it within yourself to not COMPLETELY destroy my child-like dream, it would be much appreciated! As stated above, I have no mechanical experience beyond the very basics: changing sparks plugs, oil, fuel, and air filters, brakes, and putting gas into the gas tank. Several of my close friends and family members are mechanics, however, and others have done various performance modifications to their cars (mostly Mustangs). These people will be beside me every step of the way if this fantasy gets put into motion. The goal would be a reliable LS3 280Z that must be street friendly and would spend little time at an actual track. There's a stroked LS3 from Late Model Engines that has been increased to 416 ci and is putting out 626HP. If anyone knows of it, would it be considered a reliable, street friendly engine? Would it be any different installing this into a Z than a non-stroked LS3? What modifications would be needed for this specific engine (transmission, headers, exhaust, tires, ECU, etc) to handle that power and put it to the ground? What is the recommended tire size for a build like this? What would be the biggest available brake size for the recommended tires? Any other comments on something I'm missing would be appreciated to fill in the gaps. Just off the top of my head, assuming a rust-free 280Z chassis can be found for around $7,000, the Stroker LS3 costing around $16,000, plus the cost for other necessary upgrades and modifications, the cost for something like this, especially since I'm inexperienced and would have to pay for installations and fabrications, would be somewhere in the neighborhood of $30,000 for a complete build. Would you all say my assumption would be correct? Any comments? Yeah this is probably absurd. If you all know of other cheaper, easier, and non forced induced builds that can achieve similar power output, please direct me!. Don't even get me started on dreaming about making it all-wheel drive...
  4. Up for sale is my 1978 280z with approximately 135,000 miles: $8500.00 (also, posted on Ebay) I bought the car from the original owner over 10 years ago and have been diligently restoring it ever since…brings me back to my high school days but life has gotten in the way and mandates the sale. What has been done: Rebuilt Stroker Turbo engine, upgraded Z32 5-speed Transmission and Z31 LSD differential and reconditioned/ upgraded suspension. The LSD clutches were upgraded w/ thicker clutch pates for about an 80LB break away (comes with original clutch plates if you chose to return to stock). Four wheel disk brakes w/ functional emergency brakes and hydraulic power steering. What’s remaining: Body work (nothing major – some rust on driver’s door and right lower front fender and rear deck lid – replacement deck lid is available from MSA for about $250), paint, carpet kit replacement and interior clean-up. Floor boards are good. The car runs great and is a blast to drive with plenty of power and a wonderful exhaust note. It has a fairly new radiator, starter, alternator, brake and clutch master cylinders, clutch slave cylinder and NGK plugs. Here are some of the key upgrades: Engine: L28E (N42/N42) bored to 3.1L (Stroker w/ LD crank) Turbonetics t3/t04E w/JWT Z31 ECU & Cobra MAF Jim Wolf 420 Tuned ECU w/ Ford MAF and MB Injectors (Pallnet fuel rail) N42 intake w/240SX 60mm throttle body and stock turbo exhaust manifolds 3-Inch Exhaust w/ Magnaflow Muffler Drivetrain: Z32 5 speed Trans, z31 r200 LSD w/CV's (Modern Motor Works billet adapters), Fidanza Flywheel 4 Wheel Disc Brakes (Toyota 4 piston mono-block calipers on the front w/ cross drilled rotos all around) Power Steering (operates flawlessly) Suspension: Motor Sport Sway bars Urethane Bushings all around Eibach Springs w/ Tokico illumine 5 way Adjustable Shocks Wheels/Tires: 15x7 Rota RB w/ 225/50 Kumho tires (need new tires) Interior: Mazda Miata Seats (fully adjustable on OEM tracks – look great) Car is located in Round Lake beach, IL Ken (847) 345-1215
  5. From the album: 280Z Project - in progress

    1975 280Z with 3.1L stroker in Infiniti Beryllium
  6. cegrover

    43cdc946 d519 48dc baee f75b9db1743a

    From the album: 280Z Project - in progress

    1975 280Z with 3.1L stroker in Infiniti Beryllium
  7. cegrover

    IMAG0799

    From the album: 280Z Project - in progress

    1975 280Z with stroker at Aliso Viejo Cars and Coffee
  8. cegrover

    Pic34a

    From the album: 280Z Project - in progress

    1975 280Z with stroker next to 1970 Mustang Grande with 351 Cleveland
  9. cegrover

    IMAG0800

    From the album: 280Z Project - in progress

    1975 280Z with stroker at Aliso Viejo Cars and Coffee
  10. christopher nguyen

    WTB LD28 Crank/stroker parts

    Hey, I'm looking to piece together a stroker. I'm looking for: ld28 crank(most of all) 240sx pistons p90 head Thanks Christopher
  11. christopher nguyen

    SR20DET for L28 Stroker

    I purchased a redtop sr20det from a guy parting out his 240sx. I have the engine, transmission, and wiring harness. I would like to trade for an l28 stroker or an l28et, transmission, and wiring harness. I'm located in Oklahoma City. Feel free to call or text Christopher @ 4o5-4one2-1676.
  12. I have a few LD28 motors I am parting out. I'm looking for full coilover set for my '73, new intercooler, sti r180 rear end, t3 ball bearing no shaft play. Cylinder head, valve cover and exhaust manifold. -50$ ea Bare block -80$ ea (ill throw in the pistons, rods, and bearings) Injector Pumps, hardlines, and injectors -150$/set (1 left) V07 crankshaft -900$ obo (1 left) Intake manifold -200$ (largest runner diameter of all L series manifolds) Rancho Cucamonga, CA Call or text 909-708-7671
  13. Badler

    WTB Stroker Engine

    Hey Z fans, Anybody giving up on the L and trading up to an RB or a V8? I am looking to buy a 3.0 or 3.1 stroker engine. Yes I know that the performance isn't that much better than a built L28, but after driving a 3.1 (the sale fell through), I don't want to settle for less. At any rate, I want to get a streetable engine that can be run on 91 octane without too rough an idle. The local stroker was being offered for just $900, but I won't be that optimistic and could pay a bit more. Still, I can't afford something like the second-hand Rebello that was being offered last week (nor am I looking for 13:1 compression or making real power only between 5000-8000). All I want is a decently built stroker for a daily driver, I hope that somebody out there has one let me know what you've got, and what you would be willing to let it go for!
  14. OK, I have rounded up a bunch of parts that I have accumulated over time, and am putting them up for sale to finance a turbo build. All parts are as-is, shipping is not included in the prices. Some of the larger items may take me a couple of days to get shipping quotes as I will need to round up packing materials. Here is what I have; VO7 crank - $700 - SOLD It has been cleaned, checked, and polished by a machine shop. It is standard size. Comes with the oil pump drive gear and keys. L24 rods - $125 - $100 These are the 135mm rods used with the VO7 crank for building a stroker motor. They have the 8mm bolts. These have also been cleaned and checked by the machine shop and the pistons removed. 280ZX Turbo ECU - $75 - $50 82 or 83 unit, I used it to run a turbo engine on a stand to be sure it worked, no other details known about it. 280ZX Turbo AFM - $75 - $50 Same as the ECU above, has been painted by previous owner, no tags, labels, etc, but it does work. 280ZX Turbo AFM to turbo boot - $25 Same as the ECU above, no holes or tears. 280ZX Turbo coil with ignitor, and spare ignitor - $25 - SOLD 280Z ECU - $50 - $25 Unknown year or history, believe it is for a '77 with manual trans. 280Z engine wire harness - $20 Same as the above ECU, has been modified to run a turbo engine (?). May be good for connectors. Dellorto triple carbs, DHLA40 - $600 - $400 Comes with 3 rebuild kits, unknown history, still in the box they came in from Italy. I can open them up to check jet sizes, etc if needed. No manifold or linkage, carbs only. 260Z intake and balance tube - $75 - $50 E88 stamped, with balance tube and cross-water line, some bolts, etc missing. Arizona Z intake - $75 Looks to be unused, has been modified (and not finished) to clear headers on the underside. Will need to be welded closed to be used. Holley 390 carb with manifold adapter - $150 - $125 Ran this on the car for several years, manifold adapter bolts to 240/260 factory carb manifold, uses cable throttle (not included). First pic is installed on the car. Rear window louvers - $50 - SOLD Aluminum, mounts to glass under the weatherstrip. Needs paint and one lower latch. I am not looking for any trades on these items. Shipping will be from the DFW area. I can provide additional photos, and will respond to queries as quickly as I can. Responses on the weekends may be a bit slower as don't check email as often. Thanks for looking!
  15. thomas461

    WTB: Diesel Crankshaft V07

    Good day Hybridz readers, I have been on the watch for a Diesel Crankshaft for about a year and am almost to the point of ordering one from Kameari in Japan. Before I spend the mortgage on a L28D from them; I wanted to see if anyone here in the good ole USA has one. If you have the connecting rods as well that would be perfect. I am serious and ready to purchase now. Thank you for your time and consideration. Peter Thomas http://my260z.net
  16. DazZ

    LD28 crank wanted

    hey there, looking for an ld28 crank in good shape, unfinished but straight if possible. hoping to pay under $300 as I have to ship it up to Canada. may be interested in L24 rods if the price is right, I will be installing ARP rod bolts so the 8mm's will do fine. Thanks in advance to any and all that are willing to help.
  17. ErikP

    V07 LD Crank

    I am looking for LD cranks. I am located in San Diego. Please send me the price and a couple of photos. Also, hopefully I can have my engine shop check it out and ask for a return if the crank is damaged (cracked, warped, and etc.) There are too many bad parts out there nowadays. Erik
×