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About samuel082799

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  1. I have heard bad things about California Datsuns Engines. I was wondering if their 240z control arms are any good.
  2. so it is really 12,000 dollars
  3. I might end up doing that but i was just wondering if anyone else has done it before and how much their bill was.
  4. I have recently found a online store called California Datsun, and they have a 3.0 liter stroker long block engine for a 240z. It looks the same as the Rebello engine. I am wondering if it is the same because unlike Rebello, California Datsun does not have horsepower ratings. Any input will be greatly appreciated. California Datsun: https://www.californiadatsun.com/long-block-short-block-engines/3-0-liter-stroker-long-block-engine.html Rebello Racing: http://www.rebelloracing.com/enginebuild.htm
  5. 12000 seems like it would be too much.
  6. I am planing out a future 240z build and i have been looking around for the price of the rebello purist to no avail. I was wondering if any of you know what an average price to get one built would be. Any input will be greatly appreciated.
  7. I was looking at rims and i was wondering if Enkei Compe 16x8 with 25 offset would fit on a 1970 240z. Any input will be greatly appreciated.
  8. I am planning out a future 240z build, and I am going to want a little more power. I was thinking of doing an RB26 swap. I recently came across the Rebello Purist. I like the idea of having the numbers matching motor and transmission. I want to know which swap is more worth while. Price wise and performance. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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