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Jerichowalker

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  • Birthday 06/19/1990

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  1. Looks like you got the 6bolt CV flange on the diff flange. Most 95 M3s had the black sheep diff with the CV joint at the rear of the driveshaft. Any other year of the e36M3 will have the same case, but with a 4 bolt flange. The Auto M3s had a 3.38, which is a pretty common upgrade, but as far as taller gearing you may want to check out some 5 series diffs.
  2. As Promised I'll get some other detail shots later. I bought this as it sits, Haven't had the time or money to put into it. I'm not sure whether you were looking for a project or driver but this fits into the project category.
  3. Where are you located? I have a 240z series one in Tucson,Az. No pictures at the moment but I'll add some once it stops raining here.
  4. +1 on that. I test drove a z31 300zx, hit about 35 and bang the hood opened and slammed back on the windshield. My ex-girlfriend in the passenger seat starts screaming and crying at the same time, while I ask her if I pull off am I going to hit anything? "hey I kind of need your help right now can you stop crying and see if its safe to pull off thanks."
  5. Reminds me of the 2010 Z4 coupe I was wondering how at home a set of those tails would look on my 240z. Anybody care to photochop?
  6. +1 on that miata roll cage being a little impractical. It seems Z's and AR's should come as a package deal. If I can ever stop spending money on my Z I have my eye on a Glock 23 and a Ducati 999s. I'm quickly realizing I need to win the lottery.
  7. I'm in need of a turn signal switch for my 76 280z because hand signals and downshifting don't go well while turning Let me know what you have and how much to ship it to 85716. Thanks
  8. In my opinionated view the whale tail is like a Zcar mullet. Though I was an infant at the time and really have no basis of my dislike, the tail makes me immediately think 80's and neon yellow paint (read: dates the restoration, no offense to anyone with a neon yellow whale tailed z). Looks like a perfect candidate for a carbon roof skin, and a steal at $650. Congratulations on the buy
  9. Do you know if these work with the HR 6speeds? I've heard the bellhousing bolt pattern is different, I guess I'm hoping thats where the difference stop.
  10. Haha is that for the ignition? Actually my Z is the first car I haven't had to use a screwdriver to start. Good luck with those floors, sadly that looks all too familiar.
  11. Yea I'm definately pushing hard for the manual swap. Even though it isnt my car it will save me a lot of work in the long run. Thanks for the response I'll try that out and see if it helps out. I've heard of the throttle cable issue on many of the z31s so Theres a good bet thats making the throttle stick.
  12. I just went with a friend to pick up an 86 N/A 300zx with an Auto trans and it on par with buying a 20+ year old vehicle as soon as she gets it home it begins to express its issues The major issue it seems is with the transmission. When in Park or Neutral it idles high at about 1500 rpms, but as soon as you put in drive the rpm drop significantly to a regular idle around 800 rpm. Is it possible that the PO just raised the idle to keep it from stalling out while under load? Could it be the torque converter or similar slushbox black magic or is it an isssue with vacuum/timing? Btw this occurs when the engine is both hot and cold. Its amazing how these things never reveal themselves until after the test drive.
  13. Your best bet is to take it down to a radiator shop and have it boiled out and coated. I had to have this done to a 76 Celica tank that was coated with gunk and rust. I'm sure I'm not the only one who will tell you its well worth it to not stall out because of clogged filters or fuel lines. Also the celica had an access panel in the spare tire well that allowed the pump/screen/fuel level sensor to be removed with the tank in the car. I would highly recommend that if you do decide to run an in tank pump you consider doing the same as its nice not to have to drop the tank for a fuel pump/filter change. Check out http://forums.hybridz.org/showthread.php?t=124229 post #7. Montzer has a really nice setup. Edit: Realized you said inline pump, I thought walbro 255's were all in tank.
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