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  1. Has anyone tried to put in a round fuel cell designed for a spare tire area into an S30? See link... https://www.summitracing.com/parts/abt-171110?seid=srese1&cm_mmc=pla-google-_-shopping-_-srese1-_-atl-fuel-cells&gclid=CjwKCAiAoqXQBRA8EiwAIIOWsuO1ucX_s06wIdKKXOX6mQHZ44N3i2xcaWQ6WD5ZtbMLUdYEKMqsmxoCxE4QAvD_BwE I'm thinking about giving it a try.
  2. What kind of driving will you be doing? You want something pretty gnar, or just a bit of an upgrade?
  3. I'm buying it... Just waiting to pick it up.
  4. I've seen a few 300ZX's around the web with powered by an SBC... Below are a few links to help get you started. Having done a few s30 V8 conversions, which aren't exactly easy, I don't think the 300zx has the V8 parts support. Some modifcations/welding may be required. http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/39566-300zx-v8-breif-instructions http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?t=387884 http://www.johnscars.com/zcar/zcar.html (this site goes up to 280zx) Good luck!
  5. They had $30,000 in that turd???? Unbelievable.
  6. RebekahsZ nailed it. From what I see I'd guess you're probably closer to 275 hp. Around a 13s qtr mile. Good luck and congrats on the V8Z.
  7. The JTR tranny mount is fine, but I used the Motorsport one in my last build. It bolts into the transmission tunnel And is really rigid.
  8. I don't use a cable, but here is one from Motorsports Auto... http://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/classic13/10-1862 No sure on the zx, but on the s30 there is a smaller metal arm on the firewall that turns when you press the gas pedal. I extended that with a small piece of metal, then hooked it up using a throttle connection rod. TH
  9. Does it fit a V8 Intake and work with the stock gauge? I bought a stock temp sender and went to the hardware store and found a 1/2 NPT that was wide enough in the center for the sensor to fit into. Then I JB Welded all around it. Looks great and works like a champ.
  10. Thanks jhm. I finished my Black 280z mid last year and all of my free time went into that. My golf score went up 10 strokes by the time I started playing again. I'll keep in Swift and Tein in mind, these springs are 280 lbs/in which is stout. SleeperZ - I wanted to just make sure these are what I wanted. Right now I can go back... I'll probably cut them off at some point, just wanted the option. These slicks fit under there nicely and could go a little bigger if need be. Here is my black one... (notice the driver in the first image?)
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