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    i have a 04/1972 240z vin#hls3076649 i bought in hawaii in 1977 that has less yhan 6,500 original miles.how do i find out what day it was produced my b-day is 04/20/1958

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[2015] What Did You Do To/with Your Z Today?

What I Did Today 31 Dec 2014
Installed gear reduction starter Remy#16584 and am amazed and astonished at how much easier this Z starts and how much lighter the starter is.
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New to me 73 240z

Open Discussions 24 May 2015
Thanks guys! I'm not crazy about the sun roof... It's a split sunroof, separate levers to open, one for the passenger side and another for the driver. Haven't seen that in a while! Hope it doesn't leak.
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L24 vs L28ET

Engine and Drivetrain Yesterday, 10:23 AM
  The OP does not sound like the kind of guy who will be happy running the stock 6 lbs of boost if he goes with a turbo swap. Then he'll want to read this thread - http://forums.hybrid...eed-for-350whp/   Even trying to stay cheap, stock and NA, I easily went over $3000 spent t...
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The official "Post pictures of your wheels" thread

Wheels, Tires and Brakes 07 Jul 2011
To answer the question, at speed a dip in the road will cause me to bump the inside of the arches. The lips clear, and have never rubbed, front or back and I havnt rolled or otherwise modified the fenders in anyway. Also, the front a-arms are length adjustable, so they can aid in camber/track an...
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Can you get SPDT center-off relays?

Electrical 22 May 2015
That traditional diagram should be improved to run the current from the fusible link to the relays instead of to the switch-  it's overkill for what you need to turn on the relays. At least substitute a fuse for the fusible link, or split the wire just after the fusible link to supply both t...
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L24 vs L28ET

Engine and Drivetrain Yesterday, 10:23 AM
On the transmission swap, FWIW, Nissan went with the T5 in the turbo cars because it is more robust. The NA 5speed will work for a while, but you will eventually tear it up.  I think the Nissan T5 was rated at 260 ft/lbs.   The OP does not sound like the kind of guy who will be happy ru...
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Last Chance To Stop Me: Going Coilovers?

Suspension and Steering 22 Apr 2014
A larger tire will. -edit- actually to not come off as a total douche, I'm only saying that because it came up in the wheels thread earlier. I'm running pretty close to stock diameter, not enough to really notice the difference. 17s might throw that illusion around, but they're 40 profiles, not 5...
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L24 won't run properly (video). What can cause this?

Engine and Drivetrain 24 May 2015
What year is your car & what ignition system do you have? The more details you can include the better. I'd first check that each plug is firing. We'll take it from there.
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L24 vs L28ET

Engine and Drivetrain Yesterday, 10:23 AM
The fuel requirements for FI motor will cause a lot of work and money. It's more than if you were just going L28et from a L28e motor. Than you have the wiring . How much work do you want? If your power hungry you better go L28et
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Shifter Extender

Interior Yesterday, 01:29 PM
Might be easiest to build your own.  It will have some leverage at the junction so you'll want a good tight fit on to the existing shifter, and some thickness for rigidity.   You might also be able to find a truck shifter that's longer and cut it down.
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