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  1. JDM Grill

    More 432-R than a few 'real' 432-R's I expect.
  2. Duffy's 1/71 Series 1 240z build

    What size discs? Do they use a spacer?
  3. Triple carb airboxes/heat shields

    I'd also question how much dyno R+D was done on the tapered box...... bet it was equal to not much at all.
  4. Triple carb airboxes/heat shields

    I'd look at what the performance cars of our family did. I'd like a ps30 style airbox.
  5. cam thoughts

    inlet 8.48mm liftexhaust 11.66inlet/exhaust duration 316 degTiming figure 51/85 85/51Inlet timing@ full lift 107DegV clearance .010 .012Is it me or does the lift seem a little low?For a fun, cammy feeling engine
  6. Interesting 1973 E88 240z head info

    which engine calculator is that?
  7. Arizona Z Car oil pan

    Isn't it a copy of a kameari one?
  8. Z31 N/A RB project

    1 it is.
  9. Z31 N/A RB project

    I've fortune to have some 14x8 to use, however I think 15x8 would be a good option? less weight, more retro?
  10. worth saving? VIN:HLS3003595

    Bit of polish. Job done.
  11. Datsun-240z Vs Fairlady-z432

    Hi Kats, any update with your amazing cars?
  12. any 2.7ish owners?

    I do already have a 290f from Schneider, that might have to go in initially, just to save some costs, i'm looking at a kameari 'cross mission' gearset for the box on it. once I've ran it on the dyno I'll see where the drop off is. I've a feeling it'll be enough. I'm sure i'll have a 1000miles of ironing out other niggles and getting the setup right before the missing rpm bothers me too much.
  13. any 2.7ish owners?

    Thanks, I've got an ATI damper now also. I'm thinking a 300deg cam, about 560 lift.
  14. Z31 N/A RB project

    You just can't match the look of proper watanabe's.
  15. Stroker 3.1

    I'd go the other way and say stay with carbs. Yes they're not as easy to setup, cause more hassle etc, however they're part of the car, its a classic car, the engine bay just looks better with carbed setup. pops/bangs/fuel smell are just part of the fun.
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