JLPurcell

Picked up a couple of hard to find parts recently

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    On 5/23/2019 at 11:37 PM, Mike said:

    Where'd you find this?  I'm looking for one..  😉

    I was looking hard due to stall problems on my car. Found this, I believe out of Japan, this last year, but over the winter found and fixed my stall problem. 

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    On 5/23/2019 at 11:37 PM, Mike said:

    Where'd you find this?  I'm looking for one..  😉

    HS30-H gave me the following information when he saw this post. 

    "17033-E4200 is the stock 432/432-R pump mount bracket. Nice find! I have one on my 432-R replica.

    Does it have the original type Jidosha Kiki KK pump too?" And yes the pump is a kidosha Kiki pump. JLP

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    6 minutes ago, JLPurcell said:

    I was looking hard due to stall problems on my car. Found this, I believe out of Japan, this last year, but over the winter found and fixed my stall problem. 

    Any hints on where I should look for a source in Japan?  Kats sent me some links for other stuff in Yahoo auctions, but, I couldn't find anything on this pump bracket..

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    @Zup     I think Zup acquired one of those nos pumps for his 73 not too long ago.  Maybe he can shed some light on the source.

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    51 minutes ago, Mike said:

    Any hints on where I should look for a source in Japan?  Kats sent me some links for other stuff in Yahoo auctions, but, I couldn't find anything on this pump bracket..

    Buyee yahoo japan

     

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    @Mike

    As for the pump, I actually purchased a NISMO unit on Ebay for the reasonable (?) price of ~$120 at the time.

    Seems now they've gone up a little---

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-NISMO-High-Flow-Volume-Fuel-Pump-Universal-17010-A7601/192911304386?hash=item2cea68e6c2:g:h9QAAOSwighZg0vC

     

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    The bracket as shown in the posts above---- I don't know where to source----- but the pump bracket installed on 73 240z cars will correctly mount this Nismo pump, the Jidosha Kiki or the Mitsuba pump.

     

    The Mitsuba FP3 pump was my first choice as it was the version originally installed on my 73. I later enlisted HS30-H (Alan) to help me obtain a Mitsuba clone from a British website, as the seller would not ship to the USA. I wish to thank him again for his generous assistance as middle-man!

    I might also mention that all of these pumps perform well, but are pretty loud in operation, as the bracket mounting transmits a good deal of sound to the chassis and therefor to the passenger cabin. Additional rubber cushioning of the bracket helps to isolate the vibrations from the pump..

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    Just an interesting side story… if you are not concerned with Date Correct or cosmetics - and just need to replace the OEM pump on Daily Driver:
     
    Back in the 60’s that was a Carter Fuel Pump, then sold as a Purolator and today as a Facet. They originally had a set of points and today the newer Facets are solid state. (single wire)
     
    The OEM Part No. 477060E for the 2.75 to 4.0 psi/34 gah
     
    NAPA - $188.00
    NISMO on eBay $131.99 +$14.95 shipping
    Amazon $122.88
    Aircraftspruce.com $78.75
     
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    On 3/17/2019 at 10:38 AM, JLPurcell said:

    This is another interesting NOS part that I recently acquired. Electric Fuel Pump upgrade. 

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    Hi Jerry,  you got nice parts , I am impressed with your effort. 

    Here is an old thread about the fuel pump bracket, if you might be interested in .

    And a small correction if I may , your photo  shows the pump installed up side down . 

    The bracket can be purchased at Revive Jalopy , they replicate it just like an original . I am using the replica on my Z432 , keeping an original for my LHD Z432 project. The parts number almost gone , due to aging .

    Kats

    On 6/28/2008 at 4:24 PM, kats said:

    Hi everyone,

    Did you find my Z432 does not have original vacuum system? It is later type. See the picture,the periodically correct original has tall and hexagonal hat, the sticker "H" means use for High octane gas.

    I am going to install this today.

    Also the bracket for the electrical fuel pump, my Z432's bracket is cut away of lower guard panel I do not know why. Maybe previous owner thought this makes easier to replace the fuel filter.

    Amazing,this bracket is not supplied from Nissan(of cource it is NLA),this is a reproduction by Mr.Nishi. This is a hand made,please see this perfect shape and high quality.

    The part number is 17033-E4200.

    kats

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    5 hours ago, kats said:

    Hi Jerry,  you got nice parts , I am impressed with your effort. 

    Here is an old thread about the fuel pump bracket, if you might be interested in .

    And a small correction if I may , your photo  shows the pump installed up side down . 

    The bracket can be purchased at Revive Jalopy , they replicate it just like an original . I am using the replica on my Z432 , keeping an original for my LHD Z432 project. The parts number almost gone , due to aging .

    Kats

     

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    Thanks Kats, Mike is looking for the bracket. I am sure that he will pick up on this post. Thanks for the information I guess I just thought it made sense that the removal cap would be at the top for access. After a little research I found that I sourced the two parts (pump/bracket) separately. 

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    8 hours ago, kats said:

    The bracket can be purchased at Revive Jalopy , they replicate it just like an original . I am using the replica on my Z432 , keeping an original for my LHD Z432 project. The parts number almost gone , due to aging .

    Kats

    Just saw this...  Kats, any chance you can send me contact info for the bracket?  I found something on Facebook but not sure if it's the same company or not..

    Thanks for all your help.  You've renewed my passion for my own car since I drove your Z432 in Kyoto..  😉  

    Mike

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    V-3 Kit:

    17020-N3325 Electric Fuel Pump  (Jidoosha Kiki)

    17020-N3326 Electric Fuel Pump (Mitsuba)

    FWIW,

    Carl B.

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    2 hours ago, Burl said:

    Original AR Libres

    Great looking Z - great looking wheels - my Original's are still on my Z.  About $42.00 each with shipping...

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    Awesome you still have that.  Found mine about 5 years ago. 

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    I found this topic interesting as I have been running the AR LeMans wheels for years (about 88 miles everyday).  Mine are 15" x 7".

    The lips stay polished for about 4 weeks.  I made the mistake of clear coating the centers.  The magnesium doesn't like the clear over it.  After a year the clear started to get white flakes under it.  No matter what they look like, I still get comments like, "What are they?" and "Where can I get some?"  I love them.  They are very cool nostalgic wheels.  Just thought I'd share.

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    9 hours ago, Burl said:

    Awesome you still have that.  Found mine about 5 years ago. 

    I think that the reason I still have the receipt - is that I still have the original Warranty Cards for each wheel. (just in case - LoL)

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    9 hours ago, Rod's Garage said:

    I found this topic interesting as I have been running the AR LeMans wheels for years (about 88 miles everyday).  Mine are 15" x 7".

     

    15x7’s Wow.. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a set in that size.  I have seen some 15’s, but they were for TR-6 and about 4.5” wide. Of course there are reproductions in aluminum now in 15”. I sure wish they had done the repro’s in 14”.

     

    I have a set of 14x7’s on one Z, so I know what your talking about - polishing them constantly - and don’t drive it that much. Nuvite NuShine Metal Polish is your Friend !!!   https://nuvitechemical.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/nushine.pdf I

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