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Sandy455

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    Woodland Hills, California
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    Track events for my 240Z

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  1. Very nice. Did you install an on/off dash switch to turn them on? Or do they go on when your headlights go on?
  2. Thanks for all the suggestions. One thing I didn't mention above is that due to the fact I track my car regularly, I have installed plastic headlight covers to help my aero and prevent flying debris from taking out my headlights at over 100 mph. To that end, new high tech headlights would still need to beam through these scratched covers which also fog up a bit during the winter. So I'm really only concentrating on adding fog lights with protective plastic covers.
  3. I agree. I'll check those out. Thanks.
  4. I want to add a pair of LED lights to the front of my 1970 240Z to help with night driving. I've removed the front bumper so I'd attach them to this custom mesh grill I fabricated and attached on top of the stock grill to protect my radiator and front oil cooler from debris. I track the car so in a perfect world, the lights would also have optional plastic covers avail. I had this set-up with my 914 years ago and it worked great. Looking for a pair that will throw the most light without drawing too much from my 60 amp alternator. Suggestions? Thanks!
  5. A few people have suggested the Megajolt as a lower cost alternative. I like the look and overall convenience of the 123. Please tell me what you see as the big pluses the Megajolt has over the 123 besides the lower cost. Thanks!
  6. Interesting. Why is that? People here don't like the system? Seems like there'd be more people here running Webers and Mikunis who could use the additional tuning information the 123 system delivers. But thanks for the info. I posted an inquiry on classiczcars.com too.
  7. Just wondering if anyone's used the new 123igntion distributor on an L24? I'm running triple Weber 40s with an E88 head. Timing's always been a bit of an issue. Seems like a digital device I could tune via blue tooth on an iPhone app would be a game-changer. Thanks for your input.
  8. Just wondering if anyone's used the new 123igntion distributor on an L24? I'm running triple Weber 40s with an E88 head. Timing's always been a bit of an issue. Seems like a digital device I could tune via blue tooth on an iPhone app would be a game-changer. Thanks for your input.
  9. I know this is a super old thread but is the transmission still available?
  10. I got a phone windshield mount and a GPS speedo app.
  11. That installation seems like a great idea until you have to open that fuel tank and fill it. But any race organization requires you to fully box that fuel cell.
  12. I currently run those Webers on my L24 with a stock E88 head and a stock cam. I put my car on the race track 10-12 event days a year. I've found a big torque gain and a limited HP gain from the triple 40s because I haven't modified the head. Yet. That will happen in 2018. You should DEFINITELY port and polish that head and install new springs to push your redline higher if you're going to install a more aggressive cam with those 40s. I GUARANTEE you'll be sorry if you don't. (And there's a So Cal alternative to Rebello at Top End Performance in North Hollywood.)
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