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  1. Hello Everyone, I bought a 1971 Datsun 240z, about 2 years ago as my first project car. The more I started to dig into the car, the more I wanted to repair and improve it. Initially I was just planning on getting it running and using it while slowly upgrading and repairing it. I ended up tearing it down to the bare chassis, mounting it on a rotisserie and media blasting it. After I media blasted it, I decided to replace the floors and upgrade the frame rails with baddog frame rails. I sat down and thought about what I wanted the car to be and I came up with a ton of ideas, but ended up narrowing it down into one vision. The vision is this(nicknamed ProjectWhiteNoiseZ): My vision is inspired by modern Nissan Nismo styling, but it will be powered by a 2JZ-GTE with a cd009 transmission. I have gone through every part and media blasted and powder coated it or upgraded it with something better. Doing all of this, inspired my brother to buy a crashed 2008 Mustang GT and the current plan is to complete our cars by August/September '18. I live in Colorado and he lives in Pennsylvania, so I'll be road tripping the 240z 1700miles each way when complete to meet him at a track in Pennsylvania and race. If you're interested to see the work and follow our journey to complete our cars over the next few months, we have a YouTube channel, Facebook, and Instagram where we're documenting our builds. Any comments on suggestions for YouTube video improvements are appreciated. We will answer any questions you have. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJt7v6VEHBqNPweO_cZ1guw PBB Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/projectbuildbrothers/ PWNZ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/projectwhitenoisez/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProjectBuildBrothers/
  2. Up for sale is 1x ECU from a 1989 300zx NA 5Speed car. In perfect condition. Ready to use. This ECU can be reprogrammed for the Jim Wolf Technology 450HP KIT for the 81/83 ZXT and the 84-89 ZXT. (16 BIT ) http://jimwolftechnology.com/wolfpdf/280%20Z31%20450HP%20UPGRADE.PDF The number on the cover is A18-A00 M84. Nissain part number is 23710-25P00. I'm asking 100$ (obo) + shipping + Paypal fee (2.9%)
  3. Parting out an '89 300ZX Turbo. Auto car, fully loaded, black interior. Sat for a long time before I acquired it therefore the undercarriage is rusty. All electronics function. Let me know what you are in need of and I will respond with availability and condition, including pics if you desire. Additionaly I have items left from an '88 ZXT so I might have multiples of certain items. Before you ask, R200 diff and axles are long gone.
  4. When i realized my 240z project was too rusty under all the bondo to bother i was bummed out. When my 300zx motor started to sound like a washing machine full of rocks i was ready to give up on life. When my boss told me i needed to get my junk cars out of the shop, I completely lost my mind and offered him $2000 for "everything i need to make it move" out of the various salt water flooded mustangs in the shop. We restored flooded cars and shipped them over seas btw. Note the giant pile of wires!
  5. NO LONGER NEEDED, THANK YOU.looking for 1 or set of 300zxt (z31) cv-axles. must be turbo car. reply here or PM me. thank you
  6. I have recently rebuilt the VG30E that is in my 1985 300zx, NA and automatic. It was a stock rebuild with a rebuild kit except for the cams, which were replaced by a Wolf Technologies AZ314-000S1. Because of the new cams I also opted for a 1987 ECCS with JECS#: A18-679 M83 with nistune installed. The engine has been assembled for a couple weeks now and it's still having problems. It will fire and it seems like the timing isn't set right. We have gotten it to run long enough to hopefully break in the cams, but it has rpm fluctuations under throttle and wont idle. The current thinking is that there is a problem between the new ECCS and the 1985 wiring harness but we have tried changing some pins that we thought were incorrect, like the injector wiring into the ECCS, and it performed worse after. We are back where we started. There is also a possible problem with stock map installed with the nistune software and whether or not that is affecting it. We are using the stock bin file for a 1988 NA automatic and don't know if that could be causing a issue Any help or advice would be much appreciated. If there's anything else that would help find a solution, please ask and I'd be happy to answer.
  7. Want good condition ecu. Would like harnesz as well. Looking for maf as well
  8. Please let me know if you have one lying around. Or if you have one from the junk yard.
  9. Hi, I'm currently embarking on a diff project (not exactly by choice) and so far I have all my parts (Adapters from M2, Diff from Whitehead) and I am currently stuck at finding Z31 Turbo Axles. I've tried Rock Auto several times but they never have them in stock (when they do its a lie). I also tried my local CL and eBay as well as a few members here on HybridZ, NicoClub, and ClassicZCar. If this goes against any Forum rules, I apologize but I've tried mainly through Parts Wanted threads and private messaging AS WELL AS THE SEARCH BUTTON and I'm not to sure where to go now. If anyone has information on where to find Z31 Turbo axles please let me know. Better yet, if you are selling them, please let me know. Thank you, Liam
  10. Hi Guys, my manufacture now has chromoly stub axles for the 79-83 Datsun 280ZX. They are an upgrade to your stock 25 spline stubs. Price should be the same as my chromoly stub axles for the S30 cars. I'll update this soon. I will be offering free shipping within the US starting today. All parts are made in the USA with USA material and sold by Modern_Motorsports located in California. So remember to keep the money in the USA Feel free to contact me at 818 350 6222 remember I'm in California Pacific time. Thanks Joe
  11. I'm looking for a L28et Harness w/ Z31 ecu conversion which would include: Harness, z31 turbo ecu, maf, & wheel. I would prefer it to be pulled from a running car. If no one can offer me the entire setup, I will start hunting for parts of the setup.
  12. Alright, so back when I was planning on making my Z31 race car I figured it would be nice not to need the power steering pump and such. I went to find a manual rack, but the closest I could find was "blocking the ports" on a regular one. I had this rack made to specs, meaning all the measurements line up, no differences to the original to avoid bump steer and "off" toe angles while driving. I never actually started this project as I found it much easier to do an S30 without smog hassles in California. So, here it is for a fraction of the price I paid. $200 plus shipping.
  13. I bought this a while ago, but now I have an S30 chassis and I am selling my Z31 stuff. Never installed, still in box (see pictures). $40 + shipping. A1 CARDONE FRICTION CHOICE BRAKE CALIPER, UNLOADED, NATURAL FINISH, REMANUFACTURED Bring back the braking power of your vehicle with A1 Cardone Friction Choice Brake Caliper. This high quality brake caliper guarantees your vehicle with stopping power you need each time you want to stop. Features: With Pre-lubricated guide bolts on mounting bracket that prevents seizing 100 percent OE like rubber seals to guarantee factory-like performance Tested with 100 percent pressure to ensure proper braking function Trouble-free bleeding and positive seal which is provided by the new bleeder screws Offered with or without mounting bracket to give you choices of configurations that best meets your needs Item Details: Includes mounting hardware Does not include brake pads and mounting bracket Series:A1 Cardone Friction Choice Location:Front, Driver Side Material:OE Replacement Type:Unloaded (Caliper Only) Color/Finish:Natural Condition:Remanufactured Product Fit:Direct Fit Does Not Include:Brake pad(s), bracket(s) Includes:Mounting Hardware This product fits the following 1987 Nissan 300ZX submodels 1987-1989: Turbo; 6 Cyl 3.0L; "Turbocharged" 1987-1988: 2+2; 6 Cyl 3.0L; "Turbocharged"
  14. I am selling a Z31T 3.7 CLSD rear diff with axles. 108k miles on them and I am asking $750+shipping
  15. This is the first serious direct-fit brake kit for all 300zx models that don't come with slip-on rotor hubs, it was designed to convert the bolt-on rotor style hubs to a 2-piece slip-on style rotor, with the use of the included extended wheel studs. The rotors hats are drilled for both 4 and 5 stud hubs, ensuring fitment with about 80% of the Z31's in existence, without having to opt for the increasingly rare ’87-89 turbo hubs as with alternative brake kits. The kit was designed specifically to give the maximum amount of caliper to wheel clearance possible, the caliper protrudes about half as far as on more common big brake kits for other vehicles, only 2-3mm farther than Z32 calipers. The distance between the rotor hat face and the caliper face is about 23mm, the majority of concave wheels will clear as-is, some flat faced wheels might require a thin spacer. The piston sizes of 40mm in the calipers were chosen to specifically suit the Z31 brake master cylinder already in the car, there should be no requirement to upgrade to a Z32 master, but it will function well with either the 1" or 17/16" master cylinders. The Z31 master should make modulating the brakes easier, the Z32 master will make the pedal firmer. The calipers were also customized with the installation of a high-flowing metric inverted flare fitting, as used with Z32 conversion brake lines, available anywhere that 240sx upgrades are sold. Agency Power and others make inexpensive DOT approved braided brake lines. Rotors (13?x1.25") would be classified as “heavy duty”, the rings are made of high tensile iron (HT300-350), e-coated for corrosion resistance on all non-friction surfaces, accompanied by hard anodized aluminum hats. Rotors come pre-assembled and balanced. The kit includes: * 2 calipers * 2 rotors * 2 caliper brackets with hardware * 2 caliper spring and pin kits * Full set of pads * 10 extended wheel studs NEW PRICE: $875+shipping (Net package weight ~66lbs)
  16. Fits all years/models '84-'89 This is available as a DIY conversion for the front control arms, it replaces the bushing, either because they are old and worn, or because you want a more positive feel of a tighter front end while steering or braking. The supplied rodends are nylon-kevlar injected race cromoly, which will take all the abuse, without any maintenance. The included double adjuster has opposing threads inside and outside, so unscrewing it will lengthen the control arm, tightening it will shorten the control arm. The jam nut supplied locks the rodend to the adjuster, while the jam screw locks the adjuster to the welded receiver block. The jam screw is accessible from underneath the control arm. Length adjustment of the control arm with the recommended installation position of the receiver block will be approximately 1/2" longer to 1/2" shorter than stock. The weight difference with a converted arm is less than 150 grams. Price: $190USD+shipping as a DIY kit, or $250USD with a core to be welded... Installation, a straight cut, and weld: Completed conversion: Comparisons: PS. it would help if I didn't forget to remove the extra weight of the nut PPS. this may work with other similar sized control arms, PM me and I can provide details on measurements
  17. Response Type aluminum negative-camber roll-center correction kit (aka bumpsteer spacers) This kit raises the rollcenter of a 1" lowered vehicle back to normal ride height, and by pushing the spindle outboard, it adds a little track width like a wheel spacer, while adding roughly 2 degrees of extra negative camber. Also available in heavy duty steel, this RCA kit has been track tested in lemons/chump car road racing, used in auto-x, and has gone drifting, the feedback is overwhelmingly positive by owners... - 32mm height (approximately 25mm roll center correction) - 18mm offset (approximately 11mm track width enhancement, per side) - Helps prevent lower control arm edge from rubbing rotors after brake upgrades - Comes with all replacement hardware Special Pricing: $165+shipping Available for local pickup in Toronto only PM for details/shipping quote Here's a lovely shot of a proud owner going around the cones:
  18. looking for a clsd 3.7 or 3.5 diff from a 84'-89' 300zx .
  19. We did the 14hr race at Daytona this weekend. We missed the first hour of the race because of a tech inspection/rule snafu. Despite that and a couple of chaotic pit stops we still ended up in 42nd place out of 119 cars that made at least one lap (there were 123 signed up). The car wasn't terribly fast, but it did do a respectable job all things considered. It hasn't really been changed since 1984 except to get new struts and cut springs. Needless to say there is some work to be done, but it looks like a decent platform. Given ideal conditions, we should have been able to finish 25th or better. Given some improvements we have a chance at doing well. Here is a short video of a racing incident at Daytona this past weekend. I'm not sure what happened that caused the other car to turn in. I'm guessing it was because racecar. Other than this it was fairly uneventful. Well the only other event was we didn't check the oil during the second pit stop and it lost pressure and power during the next guy's stint. We had him come in and we had to add 3 quarts. Also, I did manage to drift the entire way around the horseshoe on accident, but I haven't found the video yet (it's hard with ~8hrs of video to look at on my camera).
  20. OK, I just want to be clear I looked around already, but I've found a lot of conflicting information on the subject. I want to swap the R200 open diff on my 280z for the CLSD from the 88 Z31. I already have the new diff, but I haven't gotten a chance to try and install it yet. So far I've gathered that this is a bolt on swap and the ONLY thing I have to do is swap the driveshaft companion flange. Now, Some people say that I need to take off the finned cover and put my old non-finned cover on. I'd like to retain the finned cover so my diff won't overheat. Is there a bolt-on friendly (read: no welding) way of doing this? z31 mustache bar or something? Is this even a real problem? Thanks guys.
  21. I'm looking for the factory head unit, floormats and gold key for my 50th AE 300zx. Thank you
  22. WTB Z31 Turbo LSD (87-89) and 16x8 +0 Offset 4x114.3 Enkei 92s Open to other kinds of wheels, but they need to be those specs,. Could go 17 or slightly different offset, but must be an 8 inch or bigger wheel and fit a lowered 280z. Please reply to this thread and I will get back to you! Thanks, -Travis
  23. So i recently purchased a 4/1987 z31 turbo 300zx donor for my s30 l28et project. Originally I planned to fix her up and make her my daily for a while, unfortunately the HOA has issues with my roomates and i having several cars parked outside. Therefore I have to pull the parts i need for my s30 so i can get it off the street. I know for a fact that i can use the transmission, differential, rear brakes, and ecu. I think i might have read once that i could use the axels and half shafts as well. Is there any other parts that you guys would recommend that i should pull off of the donor car while it is still available? Any advice or suggestions that could be offered would be greatly appreciated. I have done my research and to my knowledge this is all that i would need off of the z31. i would hate to sell it and wish i had pulled something more. I know these builds are quit common so any other helpful hints or advice would be awesome. Any other forum suggestions would be helpful too i tried searching this topic and nothing came up so sorry to start a new thread if one already exist. cheers
  24. I have a pr. turbo cv's in good condition, no rips in boots. Buyer is responsible for shipping, my zip is 32750. $175.00$ I have a paypal acct.
  25. I have two 300zx turbo ecu's. First is an 87 turbo with numbers on stamp: '26' A18-680 M90... $125 shipped Second is an an 88 turbo with '30' A18-A06 M96... $125 shipped I also have an 88 non turbo with '24' A18-A00 M84... $125 shipped A 300 turbo maf with number on orange stamp of 22680 30P00 A36-000 N62.. has had ends cut for 3 inch boots to fit on directly also has no pigtail $40 shipped I have a set (4) of 'd' shape diamond racing wheels that have never had tires mounted... they are 15x10 with a backspace of -4.5... $400 shipped I am located in Tulsa, Oklahoma and all items will be shipped from here...
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