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rackolamb1

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About rackolamb1

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  • Birthday 06/30/1975

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  1. I've got one in great condition and ready to go if you are still looking. I'm located in Grand Rapids, MI. Make a fair offer and it's yours. Its from a 71.
  2. I've got a nice tank from my 71' turbo project... If you are interested, I can take some pictures...
  3. I have the R200 mustache bar and the lower mount that I had purchased for my conversion, but I ended up getting another car that already had an R200 installed. Shoot me a PM if you are interested.
  4. Changed my mind and I am now looking for all the parts to convert my 71 240z turbo setup to MAF. I'm looking for the z31 Turbo ECU, MAF and chopper wheel. Along with the pigtails if possible. If you have a complete setup or just one piece, let me know what you need for it. Will need to be shipped to 49418. Prefer paypal. Thanks.
  5. I'm looking for the ECU plugs and as much harness as possible to switch out with my 83 280zxt ECU plugs. Should be 3 plugs that connect to the ECU. This is both a troubleshooting step for my stumbling issue, as well as I can use this when I do my Z31 MAF swap down the road. I'm trying to get my car running right for a bit before I spend the money on the full swap. If anyone out there is parting out a Z31 and wouldn't mind cutting up the harness, let me know. Thanks...
  6. Hey guys, I've got a Jacobs Electronics Mileage Master from an older project of mine that I've recently installed into my 71 240z. The engine is an 83 L28ET with stock ECU. Everything runs great, but I'm not sure how to wire this setup up to my tach. I've searched and searched and can only find info related to the MSD 6 boxes which have a tach output. My Jacobs unit does not have a tach output, so I'm stumped as to how to hook up my tach. I do have the MSD 8920 tach adapter, but I am unsure where to tie it in. Can I just use the (-) side on the coil and run that through the white wire on the adapter and then connect the red wire from the adapter to the tach? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
  7. I've got a good driver door from a 71 in great condition.. Already been stripped of glass and hardware. Willing to ship, just not sure how much it would cost. I live in Michigan, but don't worry, the door is from the south. Shoot me a PM if you are still looking.
  8. I have a new red Prothane set for the 70-73 240s. Part number: 14-2001. Came with a project car I bought, but I don't think I am going to use these for quite a while. $130.00 shipped.
  9. Bump... ECU is back up for sale.
  10. Hey guys, I'm looking for a hood side latch for my 240z. I sold my original hood and forgot to take the latch off for my fiberglass hood. Paypal ready to go. Let me know, Thanks...
  11. Bringing back an old thread. I did some digging and found the exact adapter needed, as I had an aftermarket temp sender with 1/8 npt threads. The following link has the M16x1.5 to 1/8 npt adapter (part number R7964), along with others, that are for electric temp senders. Price is right and it worked great for me. Hopefully this will help someone down the road. http://www.egauges.com/vdo_acce.asp?Subgroup=Metric_Adapter_Bushings&Manf=All
  12. It's tentatively sold... If it falls through, I'll reply with the numbers for you. My issue was a bad ignitor, as well as I had the fuel feed and return lines switched around. What problem are you having? No spark? I've fought with this for a while and now my car runs like a champ. PM me and I may be able to help.
  13. Thanks for the compliments... I do plan lowering it a little. I'm in the process of installing a 3" exhaust so I can drive it, as I'm on the tail end of a 2 year resto and L28ET swap. My plans are to drive it all this year and then do some more upgrades over the winter. For tires I'm running the Falken Azenis rt-615s. They are pretty sweet if I must say so.. Here are a couple pics of the tires on the rims.
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