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agevry

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  1. Im in the same boat as you. I'm considering the mega squirt kit from protunerz along with their L-series manifold etc. and have been wondering what to do about the distributor. I've seen remanufactured units from "A1 Cardone" brand on eBay and some other sites for about $200. I'm don't see why one of these remans couldn't work but maybe I'm missing something key here.
  2. Thanks for all the replies everybody. This helps me a lot to know what to look for and what to consider.
  3. Hi! This is my first post on hybridz. I'm 21 and have some experience as a home mechanic and have been tinkering with my 240z that I've had since high school. The car is a 72' 240z with amazingly little rust. However, the car has never ran reliably and had a rebuilt 'mystery' engine with e31 block and e88 head which I don't believe would be correct for the model year. Long story short, Eiji at Datsun Spirit is building me a 3.0 liter l28 that should make around 300hp at the crank. I've decided the best route would be the KA 5 speed swap and an sti r180 diff as this should be ad
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