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About BillZ260

  • Birthday 01/22/1976

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  1. Just sold the Z yesterday. Younger guy, he's pretty excited about it, I'm happy for him. Just wanted to thank the community for inspiring and helping over the years. I hope that some, of the very few, of my contributions help others like those that have helped me! Thanks again. Bill
  2. did you look at mine? It actually meets all of your specifications, it's just not in Cali. http://forums.hybridz.org/index.php/topic/101325-74-260-jtr-v8-fore-sale/
  3. Yep, that's what I did. Got everything from 'thegearbox.org'. I've had no issues, due to the fault of the trans. T5 is also lighter and smaller than the T56. You can make it as strong as you need it to be.
  4. In the Z, I only went as fast as I felt I had control, couldn't have been much over 100. Steering got progressively softer and I was drifting across the highway and shut it down.
  5. BUMP, this needs a bunch more sigs before it goes anywhere. I can't believe there is only 5k signatures!?
  6. Go to thegearbox.org, Kevin will hook you up with all the needed parts to upgrade your T-5. Mine is holding up great.
  7. I have about the same engine build as you do 240ZBOY. I took a V6 World Class T-5, bought all new hardened (Mustang Cobra) internals and rebuilt it myself for about 500 bucks which is holding up fine my build. I've got some posts on it somewhere, probably 4 or so years ago. Website was 'thegearbox.org' where I got all my parts from.
  8. Hey, sorry about your S2K. I just posted my V8 260 here, I'm not in Cali, but it's a fun car. http://forums.hybridz.org/index.php/topic/101325-74-260-jtr-v8-fore-sale/
  9. Jonas, that looks perfect. Just need to trim a little like Dan suggested earlier and you are ready to go. Just another note, if that trans does not hold up, it is a fairly easy upgrade / rebuild to a harder set of gears. Get with Kevin at http://www.thegearbox.org/home.html he can help you through the entire deal.
  10. 1 The colors should match from one side of the connector to the other. There may be a few instances where that is not the case but I've not run into that.
  11. I have pretty bad wheel hop too. I totally rebuilt my rear suspension when I did the build. I am wondering if the pinion angle changes a bunch under hard throttle. I replaced the diff mount with a new stock replacment. What do you all think?
  12. You could try to develop a standard set of processes with time standards by size or something like that, and apply those standards against each job that comes in. Typically it is pretty difficult to set up standards in a job shop but I'm sure there are some folks that have a process. Check out some of the Lean forums, i'll bet you'll find some ideas there.
  13. I have one, black, everything is straight, don't have rubber set off spacers or all of the mounting hardware. Let me know if you can use it.
  14. Pulled all the dash wiring and the fuse stopped blowing, now to find some time and replace everything one at a time.
  15. I enjoyed it. For those that saw it, did you think that Leno was right? Because he had it built, he was a little reckless with it?
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