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  1. Jeffrey, In case you are still looking for the SK Racing Carburetors Manual I have attached a scanned copy. Let me know if you have any problems with the PDF file. Ruben SK Racing Carburetors Manual.pdf
  2. I ran into this problem also when I purchased a pair of struts with Koni shocks installed. What you need is a Gland Wrench. There are several tool companies that sell one, (OTC, MAC, cheap knock-offs). Here is a link to the MAC GNW63 Gland Wrench. http://www.mactools.com/Mac/Mac+Products/Catalog/Hand+Tools/Wrenches/Spanner-Adjustable-Pipe/GNW63 They are not cheap but if you shop around you can get a decent price or perhaps you can just borrow one.
  3. Arizona Z car weld in camber plates are $99.00 per corner. Which adds up to $198.00 per set. Ground Control bolt on camber plates are $299.00 per set. The $185.00 per set does not seem so expensive in comparison.
  4. This is what I was told when I was taking the course to obtain my permit. In California, if you do not have a concealed carry weapons (CCW) permit, under no circumstances can a loaded gun be transported in a vehicle. The gun must be unloaded and secured in the trunk or in the rear of the vehicle. It cannot be within reach of anyone in the vehicle. The glove box does not constituted as a secure area. Also, any ammo or loaded magazines must be stored separate from the gun. It would be best to have a locked container for the gun and separate bag for the ammo and magazines. I was also told t
  5. Here is a link to how you can replace a motherboard without losing anything. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;824125 This Microsoft article only covers Windows Server 2003, XP or 2000. But you could probably find a solution for other versions of Windows. I have successfully used this method. However, it is not for the faint of heart. One more thing, you will have to have the Windows installation CDs or disk on hand. Good luck.
  6. Thanks John. I'm not going crazy and as usual you are "spot on" with your information. Been watching to much Hell's Kitchen.
  7. Hey John, I could not find any 311 models in Jongbloed's website. Are you referring to the 301's?
  8. Alan, I do understand and thanks for the link, I'll check it out.
  9. Alan, Can you still get these from Japan? If you prefer to discuss this offline pm me or send me an email. Thanks,
  10. Congrats John!!! Well that explains why you have not responded to my emails. I thought maybe you were just tired of my questions. LOL Enjoy Hawaii with the bride.
  11. 1 tuf z, what is the offset of your wheels? Do you have any clearance problems in the front when turning?
  12. I ran across this website that sells the g-nose hood hinges. I don't know anything about them. In the photo the hinge appears to be well made, however, I don't own a g-nose hinge to compare it with. Perhaps someone who has purchase from them can comment on fit and quality. The link is Bad Dog Parts Ruben
  13. Call Erik Messley at EMI Racing, (714) 713-9096. He is located at Huntington Beach , CA.
  14. Try Century Performance Center. They're URL is: http://www.centuryperformance.com Your distributor is: http://www.centuryperformance.com/detail.asp?product_id=MAL-2363901 And the part list is: http://www.centuryperformance.com/mallory/se23assm.asp Hope this helps. Ruben
  15. Tim, What's your clearance between the tire and fender? Did you have to roll the fender lip? Ruben
  16. K-Speed Inc., is no longer in business according to their website. Ruben '72 240Z
  17. Congratulations Mike! It's always great to hear good news. Ruben
  18. Thanks Jeffp for clearing that up. I have not done any checking with ATI to address the issues you mentioned. However, I doubt that any changes have been made. So, it appears to me that the BHJ damper is still the best solution and worth waiting for. Furthermore, I was not aware that BHJ was working on a trigger wheel version, which to me makes it all that more attractive. Ruben '72 240Z
  19. I know Jeffp has been working with BHJ to have a damper made for the L6 engines. And, I believe Rebello already has a single ring damper available from BHJ. However, ATI Performance Products currently has a damper available for the L6 engines with a two or three ring option. I have not seen any discussion of the ATI damper as a viable solution and was wondering why. Does BHJ make a better product over ATI? Or more specifically does the ATI L6 damper have some problems? I, along with everyone else have been waiting for the BHJ damper to become available. But if the ATI damper,
  20. Shortening the shifter does not make it a "short throw shifter" only a shorter shifter. A true "short throw shifter" has the pivot point changed from where the shifter attaches to the transmission and the engagement point into the transmission. There is nothing wrong with shortening the shifter, however, it should not be identified as a "short throw shifter" in function. Ruben '72 240Z
  21. Thanks Dan, I almost forgot about the radiator cap in my measurements. Ruben '72 240Z
  22. Thanks Bruce, that's exactly what I needed. Ruben '72 240Z
  23. Can someone that has a JTR lower radiator bracket be willing to measure their bracket. I need to know the total width of the bracket and the distance between the top of the side flanges and the bottom of the bracket. Would like to see if I can use the JTR bracket with my new aluminum radiator. Thanks, Ruben '72 240Z
  24. Hey John, What are the specs are you C&R radiator, (width, height, inlet/outlet size)? Thanks, Ruben '72 240Z
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