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#1 Derek

Derek
  • LocationCentral Florida USA

Posted 17 November 2010 - 08:13 AM

Well I finally worked out all the kinks and I've got stock on these.
Remember they only fit 70-73 240 only and only use 5 1/4" speakers.
Here is a link to the build thread
Build thread
And a link to Nullbounds reveiw
Review

The price is $110.00 plus shipping. If you don't need the hood cable bracket knock off $10.00.
Sorry no International right now. Only US addresses.

Thanks
Derek
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EDIS Mounting kits are BACK IN stock!!!
http://datsunworks.com/page3/page4/


#2 kj280z

kj280z
  • LocationTampa Bay Area

Posted 26 November 2010 - 06:01 AM

When you're ready with some of these for a 280Z I'd be interested.

Would also love some Door Panels!!!
280Z LS1/T56 conversion almost complete

#3 zman71

zman71
  • LocationWest Palm Beach, FL

Posted 08 January 2011 - 09:46 AM

Derek,

I would like to purchase these speakers for my 71 Z. How can I go about getting them from you?

#4 TrumpetRhapsody

TrumpetRhapsody
  • LocationFayetteville, AR

Posted 03 June 2011 - 10:55 AM

+1 Interested in testing/purchasing if you start runs for 280z's (Late 260z here). Figure the fuse-panel will be the biggest obstacle, but maybe these can serve as a replacement cover as well, with provisions to easily remove the whole assembly for fuse access.

Will this style still be in production along with the low-rise? I like these angled ones better, for sound quality.

Edited by TrumpetRhapsody, 03 June 2011 - 11:02 AM.

-Chris- ---------Fquick | HBZ Build Thread
1974.5 260z -- L28ET -- Holset Hy35 -- MS II v3.1 Extra & EDIS -- 240sx Trans
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#5 kj280z

kj280z
  • LocationTampa Bay Area

Posted 03 June 2011 - 11:27 AM

+1 Interested in testing/purchasing if you start runs for 280z's (Late 260z here). Figure the fuse-panel will be the biggest obstacle, but maybe these can serve as a replacement cover as well, with provisions to easily remove the whole assembly for fuse access.

Will this style still be in production along with the low-rise? I like these angled ones better, for sound quality.


Door panels with speaker pods built in would be better! :) hint hint
280Z LS1/T56 conversion almost complete

#6 oerna

oerna
  • LocationNorway

Posted 06 January 2014 - 09:39 PM

Hello.

Count me in for a pair if you`re willing to ship to Norway.

 

Thanks.

Trond



#7 Poundz9oh9

Poundz9oh9
  • LocationFayetteville, NC

Posted 06 January 2014 - 11:18 PM

How about an APO address?
---Marcus---
77 280Z The typical "Work in Progress" for this site :)




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