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HuD 91gt last won the day on March 2 2018

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  1. Pending price, I’d buy one. Intake manifold is on my project list.
  2. With a stock cam, you won’t be reving the snot out of it. The small turbo weakness will be in the upper RPM range where it just can’t keep up with the flow of the engine. As previously said, with the stock cam, you won’t be revving high. It has the potential to make the power you want. Id try and run it. Why not. I’m also in Vancouver so I’d like to see how it turns out. Will probably have torque like a V8
  3. He has an aftermarket moustache bar.
  4. Perhaps photos of your setup would help. A stock R200 in a 280z have 4 bolt , U Joints setup. These simply unbolt and pull out. The actually shafts which go into the diff are simply held in with a C clip. A couple big screw drivers on either side prying evenely will over power the c clip and it will pop out.
  5. Really really nice job. I searched for that splash guard. It doesn’t look like they sell that one anymore? Only a reproduction one, which looks slightly different?
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    Ms3x install

    Yes. They seem to come in 6” and 12” lengths for LS coils commonly. Are those the 6” leads, or something different?
  7. HuD 91gt

    Ms3x install

    Those are the 6” wires? Glad and to see it up and running. Curious to see how your going to get that Jeep CAS connected.
  8. Just posting this to archive some info. Purchased Beck and Arnley wheel bearings for my 240z. Was really hoping for Japan Made. 051-3152 Made in China - only marking on bearing is RLS10 051-3160 Made in Japan - Markings , NTN, Japan WX, SX06A52C4 The bottom one is the out bearing. also purchased a the inner bearing seal. Made in Taiwan.
  9. Easily do-able, but send the head to someone with a proven combination of headwork and camshaft.
  10. I think all you can do is a more aggressive pad, up until you can’t keep them cool. Then focus on heat control. i don’t know about the longevity of the aluminum drums, but they must dissipate the heat quite a bit more then an aftermarket steel unit.
  11. Yes it is possible. I believe you would want to pair 6-1, 5-2, 4-3. Get welding!
  12. The cylinder which fire 360 degrees apart are usually paired to create the best scavaging effect.
  13. Is there a question with this post or your just looking for input? It seems you know the issue.
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