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  1. Actually, that fills out the thread. I was looking for a good image of that but didn't find one. You can see what should have power (continuity from the B terminal) at each position and test those. p.s.I think that the R, IG, S, B, and A are molded or printed on the back of the switch.
  2. NewZed

    V07 crankshafts

    I'd try to sell them to Dave at ArizonaZcar. He builds strokers. I think he grinds his own but might be interested. DatsunSpirit also. http://datsunspirit.net/spl-series/ http://www.arizonazcar.com/index.html http://www.arizonazcar.com/about.html
  3. Disassemble the electrical switch from the mechanical portion and see if it works correctly. Maybe the electrical portion is over-rotating. You're describing two things happening that can't both be correct. The swatch tested "good", but it allowed power through at Lock. Here's the 5 contact diagram from 1976.
  4. You described a whole bunch of stuff. It's not clear where on the "B/W" wire you measured. And there's a lot of B/W wires in the car. If you're not getting power through the switch with the key in the Lock position then the power on the B/W wire is coming from a short or some other weird wiring thing. You said it all tested "good" which means that there was no continuity from the power wire through the switch with the key at Lock. Disconnect the switch entirely and put it all back together. If you still get power on the B/W wire then the Lock position on the switch is irrelevant. Forget about the switch and keep searching.
  5. Check the wires at the back of the ignition switch. There's only four. Sounds like the electrical portion of the switch is worn out and shorting. You can get replacements. There's a screw that you have to drill or cut the head off of. Anti-theft measure.
  6. People will probably compare what you're offering to the typical piece by piece mods that are done, on the way up to a cage. Here is a thread that covers much of those mods. Might get more response if you break your package up in to sub-kits. More affordable and people can choose between the curvy stuff and the straight line power stuff. https://forums.hybridz.org/topic/49036-suspension-modification-faq/
  7. Robbo got a response from Ohm through personal Facebook, 8/26 apparently, thread linked above. Might be worth a shot. Maybe point him to this thread, so he can explain. If he's buried with work he might not really be aware of how bad things look, at least on this forum.
  8. Here's some Z numbers, for aluminum. The transmission comes in to play also. http://www.brokenkitty.com/zcar/zcar.htm
  9. Can't tell if you tried all of the different options after it finally quit starting or after the starting, running, then dying. But the starting, running, then dying suggests that something is overheating. Coils can overheat and go open circuit, and I think that the MSD boxes put more load on the coil with the multiple sparks. Anyway, try a new coil. I didn't see that in your list. Edit - actually, use a meter and check the coil's properties if you have one. But, even then, it might be overheating as soon as it sees current. A coil swap is probably worthwhile.
  10. Thanks. Can you explain how the flat T3 bar sits farther back than the factory dog bone? Can't tell from the pictures. You didn't shave any fins? The cover fins are as they were on the turbo or 240SX? Just trying to understand. It's not clear, from one picture. You can see from the drawings that a straight line across those control arm brackets bisects where the fins would be. Unless there's no fins higher up. This is one of those situations where if the companies would just show their parts fully installed they'd probably make more sales. Why show half of an assembly.
  11. Doesn't look like it clears the fins of the diff cover. That's what the OP is looking for. The T3 post shows a lot of parts that aren't actually part of what he's selling. Not sure exactly what he's trying to say. The gold "dog bone" replacement is flat isn't it? How will it clear the fins?
  12. Where did you get that picture? Not sure that's all you need. This guy might still be out there.
  13. I just responded to a new guy's thread and he responded back. Now the whole thread has disappeared like it never existed. His name was Hobert. What happened? p.s. And what happened to the Member list? Every site has a member list. Hybridz used to. Where is it? And #2 - this Edit box does not have a Post or Save button on it. Just Edit Topic, which is the button I already pushed. Things are falling apart... Edit #2 - clicking Edit Topic saves the Edit. But that's not grammatically correct. Editing an Edit. Could somebody get in to it and make things right?
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