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    Sorry for Not Posting for a while.   After my last post on Jan 30,  I went my Orthopedic Surgeon to check on

my Sore Left Knee.   He previously did a Partial Knee Replacement on my Right Knee about 6 years ago.  At that time,  my Left Knee was not too bad but I had pain occasionally.  After the 2022 Sema Show, my knee got real bad to the point that I could hardly walk at the end of the day.   So I made an appointment to have my Left Knee checked out.   No surprises, the X Rays showed Bone to Bone Contact causing the pain.   So I wanted the surgery as soon as possible.    But I did not expect that there would be an opening for my surgery in only 2 weeks.  So on Feb 15 , I had a Total Knee Replacement Surgery which consists of installlation of a Titanium Joint inserted into my leg.   I went home the same day but I knew that the Physical Therapy would be Painful and take Months too.

 

Pic of my Left Knee

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-Now back to posting - continuation of Air Conditioning Installation

 

Pic of the Sanden Compressor mounted with 90 degree Outlet Fittings to clear the Hood.

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Top View of  Compressor Installation.

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Vintage AC Condensor mounted in front of the Radiator Core Support.

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As the new AC Compressor Location changed the Drive Belt Arrangement for the Alternator so

new mounts had to be constructed.

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The New Alternator Mount being Test Fitted.

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Front View of New Alternator Mount.

 

 

Mount was Powder coated and Test Fitted.

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Front View of Mount

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Because of the Evaporator Hoses, the Glove Compartment Box had to shortened in Depth by 2"'

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So now, the Holley ECU Box was mounted in the Lower Shelve.   This postion is better for view the ECU LED Trouble Lights.  The Upper Shelve would  be the New Glove Box although smaller.

 

The Glove Compartment Door Hinges were slotted to provide additional adjustment.

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Next- More Modifications to AC Vents ,etc.

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Reapairing Right Side Dashboard Ac Vent Hose-

   The Right AC Vent  2"Hose was broken off from the Duct Vent.   So a method to reconnect that hose would have

to be found.    I diecided to use a 3' piece of  2" radiator to"splint' the Vent Hose to the plastic Vent Housing.

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 Used the Hot Glue Gun to adhere the Spint to the Vent Housing.

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Inside View of the  Splint

 

 

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The Finished Repair if the AC Vent Hose and Duct

 

I had to fabricate a Micro Phillips Screwdriver to remove the Three Phillips Heas Screws to Chrome Duct Vent.

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This Micro Phillips Screwdriver also was used in other 'tight spaces" where normal phillips screwdrivers would not fit.

 

Modifying the Dashboard Center Vent-

   The Original Center Console Vent only had a small piece of foam around the vent tube leading to the Blower Box.

I decided to construct a sheet metal Tube that provide a tighter seal to Outlet Vent.

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Making Template for the Vent Connector

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Bending the sheet metal with a 5/8" deep socket to match the template shape.

 

 

Finished AC Vent Connector

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Next-Heater Blower Fan Replacement

 

 

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Replacement of Heater/AC Blower Fan-

 

     Finding a Replacement Blower Fan especially with the similar mounting arrangement and size was not easy.   The

closest one that found was  one from a Kai Sportage for $99. This was a brand new one and a rebuilt one.   The blower shaft was the same size as the original Datsun.   Their Fan was slightly larger (about 1/4"}but made of black plastic..

 

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Its speed was a little faster so hopefully it provide more air flow.

 

Replacement Electrical Connector Plugs-

 

     Alot of my original Datsun Plastic White Electricl Connector Plugs were pretty brittle.    

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   So I found these Replacements on Ebay.

   IMG_4371.JPG.5d8843996a78ced6aa510e558446825e.JPG   2.3 connector and terminals

 

        Ebay also had 6.3 connectors and terminals but I could not find its pic.

 

Repairing Interior Vents-

    These vents draw air from the two air tube built into both top sides of the engine compartment.   Basically the vents function at high speeds (above 40mph}.   Some people forget to close them when running their Air Conditioning and wonder why the Air Conditioning is not cooling the vehicle.

    Replacing Foam gaskets on the Vents.

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Used Contact Cement to Glue the form the Ducts.

 

 

Next- Replacement of Wiper Motor

 

 

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WIPER MOTOR REPLACEMENT-

     i replaced my Original Factory Wiper Motor with one from a 1992 Honda Civic.   Amazon had a Cardone New Wiper

Motor #85-1423 for $105.   This particular wiper motor has "Parking Return Feature" which returns the wiper blades to return in the Parking postion when Shut off.   The original Factory does not have this feature so the Driver has to accomplish this task manually.

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This Honda Wiper Motor has the same mounting bolt pattern so the installation is easy.   Also the  Motor rotation is the same.    The Datsun Wiper Mounting Plate has to "notched" for the Honda Wiper Motor Clearance.   The Honda Motor

was similar Mounting  Slot for the Datsun Wiper Arm and bolts right up.

   A Hot Glue Gun was used to glue down the Hoda wiring to prevent possible  wiring problems.

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The most difficult portion of this installation is the Electrical Wiring of this swap.   A Water Proof Relay was utilized as the

Wiper Motor is located in the Cowl Section of the vehicle.   I used -irhassody 40.30 Amp 12vt Waterproof 5 pin HD relay $11 from Amazon.

       This is my wiring diagram for this Honda Wiper Motor Swap.   Double check the wiring colors as I found some wiper motors has different wiring colors.

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Honda Wiper Motor installed.

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SEMA Show 2023 Las Vegas,NV  Oct32-Nov4

 

    The Sema Show is the Biggest Automotive Show in the World so there are hundreds of cars, trucks and now Electric powered vehicles( gokarts,sport cars,etc) were there.  I will try to label the vehicle pics with the proper description as possble.

 

Sema Show Sign outside of the Central Hall

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interior picture of the Show

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Nitro Funny Car on Display

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240z with LS9 supercharger and 6 speed trans at the show for the Ultimate Street Car Competition Race.   This

race consists various street racers who competete a events across the USA(East to West Coast).  The events include

racing in a straight line, 60 to zero stopping,  a tght sports car track racing.

 

LS9 into a 240z with 6 speed trans

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LS9 supercharged  Z

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Interior View note-Hand Brake

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There were Super High 4WD trucks all over the Show.

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K Mini Race Truck

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Under carriage

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Truck Interior

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Crowds of people outside the buildings

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How high can you go?

 

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Beautiful Red Ferrari with V10 motor

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V10 motor

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4WD Truck Lineup

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Another Z Race Car

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Skyline JDM

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Interior

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Super Clean Green 240Z

 

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Full Blown  Black Dodge Charger

 

 

Blown Hemi

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Inside of Show

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Large Trailing Arms

 

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Lambo with Metallic Wrap

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You can not get much Lower than this!!

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Road Racing 240Z

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More Road Racing Zs

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California Lower Rider Chevy

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Liberty Walk 370Z

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Scion Race Car?

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Porsche Race Car

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Cobra Race Car

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Fully Blown Hemi Roadster

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Yellow 240z

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Interior

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Roll Bar in Deck

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Engine Compartment

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Tri[ple Webers Carbs

 

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This Z Car was build in "Snow Country" -Canada probably costed than 30% more because of that 

alone.

 

K truck

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This Blue 240z was in the Battle of The Builders entries.   It was powered with Blown LS motor

 sticking through the hood.

Rear View-modified Tail Lights, custom Spoiler and Rear Chassis Deflector

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interior

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It has a small Blower on a LS motor with square tubing front frame and custom strut mounts.

 

240Z Radio Controlled Car

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Fully Carbon Fiber 240Z

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Video of Drifting Demo by Three Mustangs

 

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Next- Replacing Precision Weather Stripping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Super Clean Green 240Z

 

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Yellow 240z

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Any more info on these cars? Do you know who built them? I've googled and can't find anything on the green car. 

 

Edit: I've now found that it was at the Toyo Tires Treadpass Booth, and some additional photos of the car, but still no sign of who built it. It has Apex's Track Attack Kit on it, can't be too many of those around. 

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       I found one more pic of the Green 240Z at the Toyo Tire Booth.   I did recall any sign near the car with more information, though.   I hope this pics help you..

                                   Toolman

 

looks like it has Apex Engineering  Time Attack rear suspension

 

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Replacing Precision Door Weather Stripping

 

   I found out that the Precision Door Weather Stripping was not doing its job.   It seemed too hard and not sealing the

interior from air leakage.   Even after adjusting the Upper Chrome Window Channel  inward to the Maximum Adjustment.

So I decide to look for a Weather Stripping Replacement.   I found an Univerisal Automotive  Door Weather Stripping gasket on Amazon.

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Two of these Univerisal Weather Stripping Gasket are needed for both sides(Left and Right.   This Gasket was soft but large to handle large door gaps.   This style of weather stripping is used on most late model vehicles.   The only problem was the 240z has a Right Angle-90) degree on the Upper Rear Corner of the door opening.   The gasket was made for Slow Sweeping Corners.  So some fabrication of the weather stripping would be necessary;

Pic of Precision Corner Section which made by Vulcanizing rubber to create the Right Angle section.

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    First, A DoorTemplate had to be created to make the Right Angle Corner Piece which will hold both ends of Weather Stripping.  This template will be used only for the constrution for the Right Angle Rubber Weather Stripping  portion.    A Corner Template made of 22 gauge sheet metal will be made to hold the two parts of the Corner Weather Stripping.   This thin sheet metal right angle piece will inserted into in the slots of the each end of weather stripping.  After Trial Fitting, this piece will glued with E6000 to fasten both ends of weather stripping forming the Right Angle or Corner Piece.

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The Connector Template inserted into both  Weather stripping ends to Corner piece.

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A Foam Square was cut out of 1/2" Soft Foam to fill the Corner Gap between the Two Weather Stripping Edges.  Note, this Right Angle Connecting piece  will become a permanent part of

the weather stripping after glued all together(connector piece, Foam Filler and both Edges of 

Weather Stripping} with E6000 adhesive.

 

Test Fit of Weather Stripping on Door Template without Corner Connector.  This Template is flipped

over to create the opposite( Left) Door Template.

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   The Best Rubber Adhesive that I found is E6000.  It is made by the same manufacturer makes

Shoe Goop.   It can be found on Amazon.    If you ran a bead of E6000 on piece of wax paper and let dry hard.   Then, peel it off the wax paper and you can stretch it 3 times its original size!!   There are two versions of E6000 -low viscosity and high viscosity.   It depends if you want the glue to fill in gaps or stay on the surface.

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Interior View of the  Door Template with Weather Stripping installed

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Note-a Right Angle Corner Bottom Piece was made from 1/16" rubber sheet which is glued to lower side of the Right Angle Connecting piece to provide a Bottom Sealing Surface.

 

Exterior View of the Corner Section

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Note-Foam Gap Piece installed.    E6000 is used to attach both weatherstripping edges to the Right Angle Connector and later gaps and edges will be filled with E6000 to prevent water intrusion.

 

Top View of Weatherstripping Corner

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Testing Weather Stripping by shining Fashlight along  window sealing edges

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Right Side Door Weather Stripping installed on vehicle.

 

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I have not Road Tested the car to check for Air Leakage or Water Leakage yet.   Will let you

know the results of both tests when they are completed.

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rturbo930,   

       I found one more pic of the Green 240Z at the Toyo Tire Booth.   I did recall any sign near the car with more information, though.   I hope this pics help you..

                                   Toolman

 

looks like it has Apex Engineering  Time Attack rear suspension

 

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He’s on Instagram, corrupttbuilds, he also built an older mustang with a Ferrari engine

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  i will discuss my Interior Modifcations created to add to the "Race Car" Imagine of 240Z Restro Mod.

 

Using Dimple Dies -

    Dimple Dies are used regularly in Race Cars to strengthen and at same time lighten vehicle weight.   Dimple Die tools

are basically a Male and Female Round Hole Dies.   In the center, a Bolt is used to squeeze the sheet metal into a Reinforced  Round Hole.

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Completed Dimple Die Panel

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Or can  create Strut Tower Braces

 

 

To create Upper Strut Tower Covers, A Paper Template was made First.

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Strut Tower Brace  Covers  with a Polished Aluminum Rear Deck Plate

 

 

Interior Mouldings

Front Passenger Side Interior Moulding

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Front Driver Side Aluminum Moulding

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Dimple Die Panel installed on Right Rear Quarter Panel

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Aluminum Door Panels

 To instsll Aluminum Door Panels on a 240Z takes more work as the interior side of the doors are not flat as most cars are.   They were constructed this way because of the confined inteirior area.

 

Trial Fitting of the Non Polished Aluminum Door Panels

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The Test Determined that Spacers are needed because of the "uneven interior door surface'.    A Straight Ruler

shows that  3/4" spacers are required for the Doorm Pull Handles'

 

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Note-Three Black Round Plastic 3" Spacers glued to the Door Skin

 

The Other Problem is using the spacers will require the Window Crank Handles is be extended by about 1/2" longer.

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A Extra Window Crank Handle must be use to cut the Spline End off to extend the shaft.   A Hole Saw is used to remove the shaft off the crank..

 

 

The  1/2"Cutoff Section is attached to the Original Crank Handle with JB Weld Adhesive.  This will make the Window Crank Handle to "clear" the Door Panel.

 The Other Modification that must be made to the Door Release Mechanism.

     First, the Aluminum Panel must cut out to mount the Door Release Mechanism.

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A Dremel Tool was used to perform this task.

 

Also, the Door Release Mechanism itself must be"Tilted upright" in it mounting position.    This is accomplished by

Making Two Wooden Triangle Blocks positioned under the mounting plate.

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Aluminum Door Panel Completed-

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Drivers side Door Panel

 

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Rear Strut Brace Covers

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Rear Strut Covers Installed

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All of the Dimple Die Alumunium Covers were fastened using Rivet Nuts and Small Machine Screws

(4MM x o.7 ).  The Upper Interior Aluminum Covers were fastened with 1/4" Phillips Screws.

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