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Blakt Out last won the day on April 30 2010

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  1. Very nice!!!! Trust me, I know how people pick the craziest things out of pics to comment on, but why not take off the door catches? We cadmium coated mine and they really were always a point of comment/example of the car being "so clean". Maybe you aren't to that point, which I'm sure's the case. But since you're so darn close to them... the doors on mine stayed shut anyway (in the shop, that is). Again, SO NICE! Great skills, man.
  2. Thanks fellas! Texis - I truly don't know the measurements.
  3. Ha! Thanks Clutchdust. Texis: I don't actually recall, but I got the whole set from CCW. Thing is, as one will find when reading the article, we did a TON of measuring and suspension tuning (has the full AZC kit) to get those wheels & tires under there. I was told by CCW that I would be doing anyone a disservice by giving them the info (which again, I truly don't have anyway) because they won't fit in with a stock suspension or without my settings. Sorry that I can't be of more service.
  4. I did sell the car. The photoshoot was actually after I saw it last, as it was shipped to the new owner directly after the shoot.
  5. Thanks fellas. I think the quality of that build was spot on, if not overdone for my tastes. I'm not into show cars, really. But the car also had too much power, especially for a turbo car. Just my opinion. ModernS30, yes I did. Your numbers are correct. I love Z cars. I've had 14. Picking up #15 this week too. Also love other cars, especially the modern Porsche 911s. I appreciate that thought. Just did all I knew to do to honor the 240Z.
  6. Sure thing. Don't have all the pics from the mag in there, but you can see it by CLICKING HERE.
  7. Great first run, Robb! I love the sound of the triples. Coming from someone with maybe 300-400 track days, I'd say you did very well! Just remember, a turn is ALWAYS a fail if you don't get that apex! Fun stuff. It's like golf, there's no such thing as a perfect round! (Well, unless you're Leh Keen or Tiger Woods). I can't wait to get my project done (that I haven't even bought yet) and get out to the track! You're in Rocklin. I'm actually picking up the next project in Sacramento this week sometime. Would love to see yours while I'm in town! I live in Redding. Peace out, and very good work behind the wheel! Keep it up!
  8. Thanks Robb. Picking up another lime '72 this week. Will be doing it all again, but maybe in a manner that leaves me still not too scared to drive it hard! I'm thinking S2000 drivetrain with indi throttle bodies and no boost this go-round. I'll also have a roll bar. Otherwise, probably the same thing!
  9. Hope you guys think I represented "the movement" well. Check it out! November issue of Modified.
  10. Wow. OK. Good advice (sounds like it). I was imagining we were talking about 8k with an L24, maybe 6800 with an L28, and 6300 with a 3.1-3.3L. Bad assumption? If it's really a few hundred rpm, I totally agree and need to change my searching (and find a block).
  11. Guys: I'm actually about to start building another 240Z, and I'm reading around now doing research on here. I think I'm going to go with a streetable, ITB L24 with 215-230WHP as a goal. Like the OP, I very much appreciate that higher rev range. I think that many of you might be missing the point of the higher revs... at least MY point with it. I have been blessed with the job of test driving Porsches and writing about them (Excellence Magazine - World's Largest Porsche Mag). Testing numerous different 911s in solid 3 day sessions on rural roads (attacking the roads cannot be overstated), I've come to appreciate the higher revving cars (ala 2011 GT3-RS) because you can stay in 2nd gear (still on throttle) into the braking zone of the next tight turn instead of having to grab 3rd for a blip of the throttle before braking and downshifting. When figuring in shifting and such, the car that can stay on the power longer and without having to shift is faster. So this is what I'm researching. Yes, I'm reading all that I can on here, but since my desires seem to be on point with that of the OP, please feel free to tell me what you'd suggest as far as heads, CR, cam, etc. Thanks! Jared Cullop www.jaredcullop.com
  12. Hey guys. It's on eBay again as of today. Please tell anyone you can about it. Thanks! Link to eBay auction.
  13. Hey guys. It's back on eBay again. I've lowered the reserve quite a bit. Any help spreading the word would be very much appreciated. Thanks! Click here to go to the auction.
  14. JM: This is great. I haven't heard this, but it stands to reason that there's be some principle, for basic metal. Thanks much! Jared
  15. Alan: As for the control arm bolt/tapping issue (the red arrow in post #23), I just talked with Dave @ Arizona Z Car after emailing him a pic and he said that it is supposed to be the way that mine is, other than that mine should have no grease whatsoever. So I'll be taking that out, cleaning them up, and putting it back together while I'm in there. It's not the source of my issue, but I need to get that corrected.
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