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  2. The topic of Z homologation has come up before — this site has a number of documents that may be interest: https://historicdb.fia.com/sites/default/files/car_attachment/1486676401/homologation_form_number_3023_group_b.pdf https://historicdb.fia.com/search?key=datsun&type=car
  3. kats

    Datsun-240z Vs Fairlady-z432

    Hi Lumens, I did not realize that, I was wondering what the huge threaded hole is for . I checked service manuals , ( 1st NOV 1969 for export , NOV 1969 and OCT 1971 for Fairlady Zs) there is a Nissalco ? stand , the difference is an adapter for each type of engine. And you will be surprised, Fairlady Z manual is omitting description of disassembly and assembly for L -6 engine , it says “ because it is the same as L16 engine, omitting description “ Kats
  4. Danw

    280Z-Clock, For Sale

    Payment sent thanks
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  6. SoCalJim

    1973 front bumper wanted (or 70-72)

    Thanks. Did you use EuroDat’s brackets with them?
  7. Patcon

    Misfiring while cruising

    Overall that doesn't look like the issue...
  8. Lumens

    Difficult time fitting swaybar end links

    I would want to set the coilovers to the height I want first. Then get camber and castor set to good handling specs. Search for some recommended settings. I would want to add some additional camber and castor over stock settings. Drive awhile to get suspension set. Then try to install swaybar. In the meantime get that swaybar off the car and detail it! ☺️
  9. wil84911

    WTB N47 head

    Thanks for the correction. Change in plans. I’ve decided to reuse my E88. 12/70 2.6 block E88 heads Mallory DCOE40 3/2 Twice pipes Tokico 1, 3/4 in sways, ext oil cooler
  10. A couple of years ago we were at a dinner with several journalists and a Mazda executive. At the other end of the table, a debate broke out about whether the proper pronunciation of the Hiroshima carmaker was the standard issue “MAHZ-dah” or the Australian-accented “MAAZZ-dah.” … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  11. heyitsrama

    Su Carb Hardware

    I ended up just doing this, there are lots of little Philips bolts on flat tops that can be salvaged, as well as the screws for the choke lever. Someone local was throwing them away, worked out for my needs!
  12. You'll have to tap in the old harness into the hardware that talks to the gauge. So things things like the voltmeter/tach/speedo (gearbox driven)/Fuel/oilpressure should remain unchanged. For the stuff that talks to the ECU, if the wiring allows you, you can jump in the corresponding connectors for the AFM / injectors / etc. Edit* you might find what you're looking for by searching over on hybridz.org, they have loads of people that like to do these swaps, and might have good insight to the issue. here's links to get you started: http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/113801-81-l28et-swap-into-73-240z-wiring-help/ http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/122072-l28et-swap-wiring-confusion/ http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/67309-l28et-swap-wiring-answer/
  13. Captain Obvious

    [SOLD] 240, 260, 280, 280ZX Many cars for sale

    Good thing you're not closer. I know I would find something I just can't live without, and I'm already out of room.
  14. wil84911

    Fuel Spill Stain Won’t Come Off

    Sorry I forgot to take pics when I disassembled it. Does look like its missing some gasket or whatever. Anyway leak stopped. Not sure if retightening the lock ring bolts did it. Also I wet sanded the stain as I couldn’t stand seeing it anymore. Looks normal now. Thanks 12/70 2.6 block E88 heads Mallory DCOE40 3/2 Twice pipes Tokico 1, 3/4 in sways, ext oil cooler
  15. I plugged the accel circuit and put in 150 mains last night. I'll report back when I have a chance to drive it.
  16. This week The Petersen Automotive Museum is opening three new exhibits featuring classic J-tin, The Roots of Monozukuri: Creative Spirit in Japanese Automaking, Fine Tuning: Japanese/American Customs and Japanese/American Perspectives. Although the Petersen has exhibited classic J-tin in the past, this is the first time nostalgics have … Continue reading → Read more at JNC Magazine
  17. Thanks for posting the links.
  18. Captain Obvious

    Picked up some hen's teeth in Portugal :) (not Mags sadly)

    Cool pics! Never heard of the Lombardi OTAS. Thanks for that. Looks a lot like the Lotus Europa minus the Frenched headlights. http://mycarquest.com/2012/07/otaslombardi-grand-prix-cars-in-pennsylvania.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lombardi_Grand_Prix https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotus_Europa#Series_1
  19. Mike

    Video Game Racing

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    Come join us for our first time racing on simulators. We have the both the Sim Room and the break room for an hour and are allowed to bring snacks. Free to members, $30 for non-members. Please confirm to Duane that you are coming. http://www.dirtfish.com/our-school/playseat-lounge/
  20. Mike

    Slot Car Racing

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    Racing starts at 1PM $20 a person, arrive 1/2 hour early. Spectators Free. Kitchen available, we can use it before and after. Bring snacks and drinks for sharing. Racing is bracket format to determine winner. 6-8 racers per race. Cars and controllers provided. Racing should take from1 to 1-1/2 hrs. to complete. Center is right across from Griots, so bring a list of supplies you need and stop in at Griots to stock up for summerdetailing jobs. www.132slotcar.us
  21. Mike

    North Bend Drive

    Drive & Lunch Sat.Sept. 30th To Los Cabos Los Cabos in North Bend Take your Z For a Ride with us on the back roads to LosCabos Meet with us at the back lot of WHOLE FOODS 888 – 116TH. AVE. Bellevue. Meet 9:30 AM.& We Leave at 10:00 AM Any Questions Call Richard Pepper cell 425-358-0198
  22. Mike

    Car Care Day & Slot Car Racing

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    Time to spiff your car up for summer and get ready for the Car Show. We also have booked a slot at Scale Racing Center across the streetat 12:00. Thanks to Tom Caldwell for organizing the event. He’s also issued a challenge to anyone who can knock him off after winning the last event!
  23. Mike

    Christmas Party

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    Our ZCCW Christmas Party will be held at Warr-King Winery in Woodinville. Everyone is welcome to join us for our Christmas Party. It will be a potluck, if your last name begins with; A – H bring a main dish I – R bring a side dish, salad or appetizer S – Z bring a dessert The club will provide water and soda pop. We will be getting a banquet license, and it will be a BYOB We will be having a White Elephant style giftexchange. If you wish to perticipate bring a nice gift (no car parts), around $20. We will also being announcing the Members Rewards Winners. Kids are welcome. Please go to our Facebook page to confirm you are attending so we can plan accordingly. Enter through the front entrance (tasting room entrance)
  24. Mike

    November Meeting

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    Come and support your club and our sponsor. We will be discussing our next years plans and need your input. This meeting starts at 6:30 because the dealership closes at 8.
  25. Mike

    October Meeting

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    This is your chance to see how wine is made. Our meeting will be held in the tasting room of Warr-King Wines, where you will get a chance to sample some of our wines, courtesy of club President Duane Bender,who also is the assistant winemaker. Then for anyone interested, there will be a tour of the back. Harvest is in full swing, so you’ll get a chance to see the whole process.
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