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About wongboh

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  1. Any progress on this? Thinking of doing the same project for a future build
  2. Subscribed. I was tossing around the idea of building a jig to shorten the super 8.8 assembly and mount in my Z but this seems like a much easier option and will let me get my Z back on the road sooner. Thanks for tackling this project on and bringing an affordable option to market. I would be interested in the tack-welded kit.
  3. Thanks for picking up where Will left off. I'm subscribed and definitely interested in the mount. I was planning on heading to the junk yard to pick up an explorer 8.8 diff and wanted to know how to easily identify the diff. Information on the diff is posted on the sticker on the door pillar (http://www.explorerforum.com/ntrprize/Axle.htm) under the "Axle" category. Explorer 43 Open 3200 3.08 41 Open 3200 3.27 42 Open 4.10 46 Open 3.73 45 Open 3200 3.55 D4 Limited Slip 3200 3.73 D2 Limited Slip 4.10 L73 Limited Slip 3.73 Here's an example of a D4 unit with the
  4. This thread has been inspirational to me. Best of luck on getting everything sorted out with your insurance. Hopefully they can work something out to get this car fixed.
  5. Thank you for documenting your progress Trackzpeed! You've don't a lot a really great work--its truly inspirational. I will be transplanting in LS1/T56 from a 98' Z28 into my 240z. After going through your posts, I plan to use the CX racing mounts/Headers/Ypipe just like your install. Cheers! Shawn
  6. Just finished going through this whole post. Awesome job wickie! I know its been a year... any updates?
  7. Thanks for the info! 392 isn't far off from 400--that's reassuring.
  8. After getting my car stolen 4 years ago I'm finally getting back into the swing of things. I just purchased a 1972 240z with a SBC 350 / TH400 from an IROCz. It's a great motor and will serve me well while I piece together my new motor. In the meanwhile it had an oil leak so I decided to change the gaskets and paint the existing engine/firewall to clean things up a bit. I was originally going to buy an LS1/T56 but decided to go with an LQ4 so I could install a nice set of rectangular port LS3 heads. I decided to go with the LQ4 because I wanted to keep costs down. The car has good bones
  9. I've been reading on these forms for 9 years and finally have the funds to start the project that I've always wanted, an all aluminum (LS-type) Chevy V8 with a t-56 tranny paired with an early datsun-Z body. I remember the first time that I saw this combo and instantly wanted one of my own. My budget for the body is $4000 so please, let me know if you'll be able to help me out. I'm located in Southern California but am willing to drive out to neighboring States for the right vehicle. I plan to post my build and finally give back to the HybridZ community. Thanks for taking the time t
  10. Q45 CV's for 80 bucks? is that for each one or for all 4?
  11. How much should a Q45 differential and half shafts go for? I found one at my local junk yard. What about a 240sx with a finned cover?
  12. Sounds interesting... have you done this? Originally I was planning on buying the two sets of q45 cv's at the junk yard.
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