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  • Birthday 05/06/1950

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  1. I have a 240Z I'm working on and an 06 350Z. I love the seats on the 350. Very comfortable with good lateral support. So I found a set of power, heated leather seats from an '05 350Z on ebay for $500. They fit great after I trimmed the plastic storage trays off of of the door side of each seat. Left the bottom rail from the 240Z seats in place. Welded 2 3/16" transverse bars across the original 240 tracks and welded the 350Z bottom rails to the top of the 3/16" bars. You lose about 3/4" of height by leaving the lower 240Z rails, but I am six feet tall, and have about 4" of headroom.
  2. I talked to him today, and he didn't say he wouldn't do it, but he thinks (and I agree) that there is a pretty limited market for 240Z flares for 335/35-17 (or similar width) tires. If he decides he will consider it, I'll let you know and put you in touch with him.
  3. I don't know. I should see Ralph sometime this week and will ask him. I'll let you know
  4. I have a 72 240Z with 6 liter LS2 and T56 6 speed. After the engine/trans install (by Dave - (Viperredls1z), we did a 4 wheel Willwood disc brake setup from Arizona Z Car and while I was doing that, I opted for the package with 5 x 4.5" lugs which gave me the option for larger tires and wheels. I got a set of wheels (11x17 rear and 9x17 front) and mounted Michelin 335/35-17 rears and 275/40-17 fronts. The car originally had hand built flares, but they were poorly done and in any case did not cover the larger tires. This gave me the perfect opportunity to do some paint and bodywork that I h
  5. You might just try building them yourself! I have a 72 240Z with 6 liter LS2 and T56 6 speed. After the engine/trans install (by Dave - (Viperredls1z), we did a 4 wheel Willwood disc brake setup from Arizona Z Car and while I was doing that, I opted for the package with 5 x 4.5" lugs which gave me the option for larger tires and wheels. I got a set of wheels (11x17 rear and 9x17 front) and mounted Michelin 335-35/17 rears and 275-40/17 fronts. The car originally had hand built flares, but they were poorly done and in any case did not cover the larger tires. This gave me the perfect oppor
  6. I am looking to buy a new or very good used ring and pinion set in 4.10 or 4.36 ratio for a long nose R200. Will pay reasonable price.
  7. Sorry - didn't know the rules (should have). What donation level is required? Thanks. Dave
  8. I have done a lot of research on this and didn't find the answer (or found it but didn't understand it). I have a 72z with a 280Z long nose R200, 3.73 gears and a Quaife helical gear LSD that accepts 12mm or 10mm bolts. I want lower gearing for acceleration and have a T56 with 0.5 sixth gear, so cruising RPM will be no problem. I found a VLSD with 4.08 gears from a 91 300ZX (purchased in a short nose R200). It is on the way - I haven't seen it yet. Will the ring and pinion from the VLSD bolt into my long nose R200 with Quaife differential? Any help will be appreciated.
  9. You might check with Ron Sessions at Streetrodengines.com. I bought a new LS2, complete w/ accessories (PS, AC, Alt, Computer, Painless wiring harness, etc. Also included was bell housing, clutch w/ slave cylinder, T56 and Corvette motor mounts, all new. Price delivered to Roseburg Oregon from Texas was just under $10,000. http://forums.hybridz.org/showthread.php?t=120795
  10. No, the seat controls don't contact my thigh. They are recessed below the surface of the seat. My seats I think are 05, and and they are almost identical to 06 350Z seats. I'm 6'0 and 200 lbs. They fit me perfectly.
  11. They are leather with power and heat (don't have the heat hooked up yet). Had to trim the plastic pockets off the outside of both seats, then they fit perfectly. About the same headroom and legroom as the stock 72 seats.
  12. I have a 72Z that had a 350 with mild roller cam, aluminum "trick flow" heads, MSD ignition and Holley 750. I had a 3.73 rear and 700R4 trans. P295/50-15 rear tires (26.6" diameter) No matter how I drove it or tuned it, I seemed to get 10 - 12 mpg. I finally gave up. I bought an LS2 crate engine, along with new T56 trans. (ViperRedLS1Z did the install). Now I get 18 - 20 mpg. It is an expensive upgrade, but the economy, power and driveability are significant improvements. The trans has the 0.5 overdrive 6th gear, and I never use it with the tall tires and rear gearing. I am thin
  13. Sorry this took so long. If you need any other views, let me know. Dave
  14. I don't know what front spoiler was used - it was on the car when I got it. The turn signals are stock 72 Z. When I get around to body work and paint, I'm going to do some modifications on the front. I'll try to get some close-ups taken and post them. Dave Philippi
  15. Mike: Here is a photo of the LS2 with all accessories. My description of the John's Cars AC. unit being high left (a replacement for the Corvette alternator) wasn't excactly right, now that we have actually received and installed the unit. It is more mid left, with the power steering unit being just inboard of the A.C. compressor. Attached is a photo I took today with all accessories attached. We would like to have more belt contact on the crankshaft pulley, but we will see what happens. Dave K should have some more pictures this week on his thread update. Dave Phili
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