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Josh280z

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  1. I've owned my 280zx since 2010. I made it driveable and it worked for a time. However, the engine has lost compression and right now it is completely kaput! It's time for a refresh. Here's a photo of my air-ride suspension for your entertainment.
  2. Dapper Lighting makes a great light; they look classic, provide modern lighting and unfortunately the price reflects. I'd buy them again for my 280zx any day.
  3. Looks like it would run into the steering or is the steering shaft what you modeled?
  4. What mounts did you use to put the sr20 in your zx?
  5. Asking for the OP, which guy? There is no contact info.
  6. I would be a dick, but not worth it. Sorry, I don't have one.
  7. Here read this! http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/66997-felpro-head-gasket-question/?p=629313&hl=head%20cooling%20felpro&fromsearch=1&do=findComment&comment=629313
  8. Here's an interesting article I remember reading. It may help you. http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/72851-small-port-heads/
  9. I was hesitant to post that because I thought maybe it was you. Sorry. Wish I could be of more help.
  10. http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/topic/55619-hitachi-cst-2000zd-schematic-unobtanium I see this guy has an 8 track player as well...maybe contact him?
  11. Can you weld the bungs on the runners and cut around? I would think that wouldn't be too hard.... Or you could always use the stock flange with injector bungs already in place. Up to you, you are the one fabricating, it's your money.
  12. My thought on the subject(maybe wrong) if you are using the stock efi it won't matter too much because the stock efi runs the injectors in batch. However, if you are using a standalone you may have to get them to open on earlier as kid has mentioned. As far the plate goes I believe the stock flange is something like 10mm. So, it wouldn't be that much further away than if you were to leave it stock, however the 1/2in is still bigger than the stock flange. Why not places the holes on the flange and eliminate some headache or heartache. Also you have to make the intake flange thickness match the exhaust flange thickness otherwise you will get leaks(vacuum, exhaust or both). Hope this helps. I've maybe not ripped apart as many as some people here, though I've read enough and done enough stupid things to not listen to people who have been there before me.
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