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  1. Hey guys, I'm in the process of building my 1977 Datsun 280z. I've owned the car for several years with the intention of taking it down and building something out of it, and I'll be documenting the build on YouTube. My plan is to upload at least 1 video a week keeping up with the project, aiming to have it on the road this summer. I don't want to give away too much, but it will be a mixed use street/track car, around 450-500hp with a 280YZ Ztrix Widebody. Video Introduction: Some Photos:
  2. Who's alternator mounting bracket is that, and which OEM tensioner was used? I was planning a similar alternator only belt routing, and this solution looks really slick.
  3. Makes sense, I see that now. I'm interested in doing something very similar on mine, would you mind sharing the part numbers you ordered from Woodward? You also mentioned them machining your outer tie rods, which outers did you start with before having them modify them? Totally agree on the tired old z parts argument. I really don't like that I don't yet have a good solution for my rack, shaft, or column and it's been one of my bigger safety concerns I've wanted a solution for. Thanks for sharing!
  4. This thread is awesome, getting close! Interested to know more on what you ordered from Woodward. Did you modify the AE front crossmember to use that rack or was the single bolt style mounting an AE option?
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