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240zphilly

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About 240zphilly

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  • Birthday 05/01/1986

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  1. 2880 no driver, full tank of gas, bone stock plus intercooler, tools, and spare parts (thats my race weight)
  2. Pallnet, sent you a PM regarding order details
  3. Ive always run the intake out in front of the rad or in the wheel well for this purpose, I didnt know the science behind it other than that it seemed like a good idea.
  4. What a bad ass build! I wanted to go watch the pikes peak race this year so bad but i had a bunch of conflict at work! Saw a bunch of awesome cars cruising tejon, looks like alot of fun.
  5. Some great pics and details in here! Also good to know about the oil pan... something i would have bumped my head on along the way.
  6. Coming along nicely! Post pics of the new stance with the coils!
  7. Im gonna assume KUROMORI is chromoly 41 series steel? How much is one of those things in 6 point form? Is that yen?
  8. Honestly I would have gone with a precision piece only because on3's reputation for customer service when and if something is wrong with products is sub-par. Check out LS1tech for testimonials (on3 is a sponsor of that forum and disregards half of the complaints there) as far as piping and routing... I will tell you how I intended doing it on a budget: First, get a turbo kit from a site like Ponydown designed for a 351w in a fox mustang like this, for example: http://ponydown.com/newcatalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=35&products_id=95 Next get ls header flanges
  9. I found out they were made by a company called JDS (japan datsun service) and come in four and five lug variants. Sets originally all came staggered however over the years of mix and match there may be some out there that arent. Would be very cool to run a set on a 280 someday (i cant bring myself to own a z31)
  10. Kind of bringing back the dead here but the more I look at them the sexier I think those wheels are! any specs, info, got some for sale?
  11. Get the universal four lugs with spacing for a fox body mustang... works every time.
  12. Ultimately the weight goal is just free speed, putting the car on a diet will make the car faster. However the alternative to being lighter is making more power. Or both lighter and more powerful, I guess thats the real goal. Those bumpers save the car, not your life, so I've never had issue with removing them... Really I have always opted for the type 2 msa font on some self made mounts a-la home depot (saves atleast 50 lbs) and the rear low speed collision shocks are heavy pieces too but i always leave the bumper skin on for cosmetics. As far as door skins are concerned thats really in the e
  13. Sittin pretty.... how does it ride with all that weight down there.
  14. This is going to be another little side project of mine once I get back from the desert. bumpers and supports are heavy, I also intended on removing all the wiring from the car and re-doing only what I need, namely lights and my aftermarket computer. A previous owner already removed the a/c and heating systems from the car so thats weight off my shoulders. Perhaps you could run a lightweight driveshaft and flywheel? Lighter wheels and tires? smaller more efficient battery? Ounces add up to pounds. cut excess metal out of the inner doors, behind the seats, wheel wells, there are some skid plate
  15. Nice swap car... I remember back in the days where people would just let us tow away their 280zx turbo lawn ornaments.... or give them 1 or 200 bucks for the privilege of throwing a battery in it, starting it up and driving it away.
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