Dat73z Posted October 8, 2018 Share Posted October 8, 2018 (edited) Hello fellow HybridZ members, Over the years this community has been great and provided tons of info on my rebuild, build, and build again. For context: my initial rebuild was to recondition the entire car mechanically (all new suspension, driveline, powdercoat everything, etc.) and fix all of the rust on the car to make a reliable and fun daily driver which has been a smashing success this past 2/3 years. Afterwards, the first build was pretty basic and focused on improving the driving experience- triple carbs, header, exhaust, some interior, etc. In searching around I haven't found a ton of info online for triple blowthrough setups for the L-series and so far as I know there are only a couple of cars here in the Bay Area which are running this setup currently. I've been collecting the components and slowly tackling the projects associated with this sort of build over the years but am finally at the point where I have most of the pieces in place to make this a relatively straightforward project. I've decided to chronicle this process to keep me on track and hopefully provide info for those curious about this setup in the future. A couple of weekends ago my buddy who is a fellow s30z fanatic drove my car for half a day and liked my last setup so much he bought my triples, manifold, exhaust, header, fuel system, etc. We pulled everything off the next morning and so the 2nd build began. Here is the short list of what's been done so far: Drill carburetors to mount to surge tank and manifold Mount manifold to head ATL black box installed into OEM fuel tank with -6AN feed -8AN return 123 Ignition BT Here's (a long list) of what needs to be done: Set up linkages/throttle cable Run new -6AN and -8AN fuel lines and fuel system Mount electric fans and install fan controller ARP head studs, new headgasket (it has become apparent this past year that my headgasket is leaking fluids all over my block) Install turbo and plumb oil / coolant Install charge piping / intercooler Install downpipe, exhaust Install vacuum lines Some tuning Edited October 8, 2018 by Dat73z Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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