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zx_drift

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About zx_drift

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  1. Looking for a rear lower control arm for a 280zx with old style brakes. Located in Sacramento, local would be preferable but if need to ship, that's fine too. Thanks!
  2. I have a couple spare turbo distributors and drive gears. I'll PM you
  3. Which side do you need? I have a few good fenders around.
  4. My brother used to have blacked out tails ('82-'83 style) on his Z. The paint was OD green, looked pretty rad. I can probably find a pic when I get home.
  5. Longer piping will cause a pressure drop for example your turbo will be boosting 7psi, but when it reaches the intake manifold, it's only 5psi. You also have a potential for temperature increases as the longer the air is in the pipes, the longer it has to warm up.
  6. I have an ECU, distributor, oil pump, J Tube, and a the AFM to Turbo boot if you need.
  7. I dunno, I think the drill I was using kinda sucked..
  8. I would recommend not putting poly bushings on the tension rods if you are lowering the car. I snapped about 3 of them... You can use one poly and one rubber or you can get some tension rods from Techno Toy Tuning.
  9. Any loose front end parts will cause a wandering like you're describing. Check out your bushings, mainly the tension rod bushings as they can cause the caster to change if they are worn out.
  10. If you can't get the dizzy to advance enough, you might have the drive gear off a tooth or something. Did you take out the oil pump?
  11. Not sure if this is where to put this information, but I'll give it a shot. On Stockton Blvd. in Sacramento, there is a '81 280ZX at picknpull. Blue/Silver. Has louvers, almost perfect gray/silver interior, and an UNCRACKED blue dash covered up with a little carpet. Motor is almost all there, no tranny though. I don't need anything off it, but I'd rather see the parts go to good use than see it get crushed Hope this helps out some of you.
  12. 3" hole saw for the win! Takes forever though... And they ain't cheap.
  13. Um, the fuel pressure should be a lot higher than that, I think the with regulator unplugged it should be about 38-40psi. Sounds like your fuel pump might be failing. Also, the engine should pull about 20in of vacuum at idle. You must have a vacuum leak somewhere. A plugged exhaust will also cause low vacuum readings. Hope this helps!
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