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  1. I got this idea after reading and conversing with a few of the engineer types on this forum. Reading that the runners are the most restrictive part in the engine. I've measured the stock intake at 1.25", the valve is 1.55", the new intake measures 1.45" where it bolts to the head, matching a lot closer to the valve then a stick intake ever could. As for the injector positioning, I think it could be enough of a difference to mess with a stock ECU especially being batch fired, but mega squirt has options for adjusting to this type and I assume the other aftermarket FI can compensate as well. (Xtau factor) The runners are 4.5mm bigger then the stock intake. I have a ported P90 I've been holding onto for awhile and it's pretty close to the runners on the new intake. I'm swaping a VH45DE into my Z and no longer own an L, otherwise I would have bolted this up and tested out myself on the stock fuel injection. The L intakes get hotter then shit in these cars and with the 3% of evaporating chemicals they put in fuel these days, I wonder if fuel puddling would really be an issue.
  2. The runners on this intake are a little larger and much longer. I added the flange for the throttle body. Custom fuel rail on the "adapter plate". I don't have an L in my Z anymore, so I can't bolt it up and try it out. I'd like to produce and sell these as a custom option. This being the prototype
  3. This is the spacer needed to run a 240sx throttle body on an L6 with the stock linkage in place. I can also tap these for the GM temp sensor if your going to mega squirt. Or any other modification you might need done to it.Custom pricing for a custom spacer. $45 for a throttle body spacer and 4 stainless bolts needed for the swap, shipped anywhere a USPS flat rate box will go. Ive also made an adapter to use a 60mm 240sx TB on a manifold made for the 80mm q45 TB Incase you change your mind or wind up with a used manifold. I own a lathe and milling machine and would like to make more parts for others let me know if there is something your interested in! Thanks for helping support my hobby and my Z!
  4. Although I always install my temp sensor in the intake manifold itself. If you have an aftermarket intake, you will have the option too. It gets the temp sender away from all the header heat. Here's a pic of my old 1978 with a 400ci small block I installed. I bought the car with the original inline 6 that threw a rod.
  5. Try my route. Local and under $5. The datsun thread pitch is very very close to standard NPT My JTR V8swap book even tells you to do it that way.
  6. That's just a pipe thread adapter. Bring both sensors into a hardware or auto parts store and they can find the needed reducer if your not familiar with NPT
  7. I sent you a message a few days ago, did you receive it? Still have the TB. My PP info is tyler031734@gmail.com.
  8. Yep. I have one more on the shelf. I'll have to make a few more.
  9. There's three different input flanges for an R200 That I can think of right off the top of my head. Two different styles of outputs too. Lots of things changed over that diffs production. Which ones you need?
  10. why not buy an "all thread Union." It's like a nut but much longer. maybe an inch, but it's threaded on the inside so you can put your pushrods end to end. Anyone have a proper name for it? I'm sure one can be ordered on McMasters.com. Requires cutting of pushrods and a little grinding, but fun stuff. I changed to a Wilwood master and welded two together.
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