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About grayson260z

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  • Birthday 04/20/1997

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    Guns, Cars, Rad things, America, Shoot dang

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  1. Looking good man digging the progress. I have a 260 shell sitting on jackstands right now while I'm trying to decide what I wanna do with it. I also have a 2jzge in the shop disassembled I keep glancing at and sitting in the engine bay with the hoist. I'm still not completely decided what to do just that I know that I want a manual transmission, which is kinda keeping me from going LS so I don't have to buy a T56 lol. Awesome stuff though I'm glad the CXRacing mounts are starting to become a more viable option and we don't have to try and source an old Beta mount or build our own. A question t
  2. Not to kick a dead horse or anything but what are you guys running in the coilover department? I swear until now I had never looked at a coilover for a 240sx and just assumed they shared the same top hat bolt pattern as our cars. I'm kinda iffy on saying the s13 and 14 are the same but I know the s14's use 2 bolts on the rear top hat whereas the Z takes 3. Is this solved by using a Z top hat on the 240sx coilover? Also on the topic of length. I have figured out that the s13 rear is much taller than a 14 so without having some to test fit I really have no idea which model I'm going to need to g
  3. Digging your build thus far. Looking forward to your updates and hopefully getting started on my JZ swap
  4. Such a good read. Given me hope for my JZ swap I've been working on for 2 years now
  5. Any updates on using the Collins kit and the CD00X transmission? That's what I had in mind for my swap but haven't gotten a sure answer on how everything fits together
  6. Check out my instagram page if you have one @grayson_sullens I'm nearing completion of the modernmotorsport rear disc conversion using s13 rear calipers and z31 rotors. All in all I have $270 invested for a nice single pot rear caliper and full e brake function. $170 for brackets (pricey, I know) $40 for both calipers (lucky) and $60 for the rotors from autozone. Naturally aspirated 1985 300zx
  7. Bad ass to see CX getting involved on a level like this. Can't wait to see how it turns out!
  8. He does a decent job of explaining the Collins kit for the cd009 6 speed to LSX. The thing with this kit is you could also run a 5 speed from a 240sx off the ka24 motor but price would be the only pro of using it IMO. I'm still trying to convince myself I'm gonna go the route of the nissan 6 speed and the collins kit. The way I see it you can find used 350z/g35 trans for roughly $5-600 with "decent" miles then add $400 for the actual adapter itself and you're only in for $900-$1000. Granted this is not considering the clutch you would have to use and the super confused looks of the driveshaft
  9. I am looking at the CX kit but am not gonna use their trans mount as I'm gonna use a cd009 six speed rather than the T56. Hopefully everything will still line up. Anyone know how the T56 and the cd009 compare in length?? Awesome builds here
  10. Also could I ask how the stock r180 is holding up to the power? I don't really want to invest into crazy diff upgrades if it isn't really necessary
  11. Wow just read through this entire thread. Awesome read hope all is going well! About to embark on a 5.3/t56 swap in my early 260z
  12. I haven't posted here in forever it seems like. A lot of you guys have yet to be introduced to the green Z unless you've seen it on Facebook. We picked it up actually to only rob the fenders from for the red one but I've ended up falling in love. It's a hardtop car whereas the red one has a sunroof. I attempted to make a new headliner for it where the factory one was torn up. After that not much else has happened except for locating all the rust areas which, on this car, aren't actually that bad. It has been garage kept for the last couple years that I know of which has led to mostly only t
  13. Maka I keep bouncing back and forth on these ideas I have. I'm about to start college soon so it's kinda messing up my drive to work on cars. I am in the process of collecting parts to get the JZ running again. Probably gonna get it running naturally aspirated first and boost it later on. No real updates until I can get some money flowing in. Books are expensive. +1 for the American education system
  14. I found a front air dam made my Kaminari Competition for what seems like a good deal. Check out the pics and let me know if its worth the $150 he's asking. It also comes with a modified front grille that fits in the entire gap
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