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Early Datsun 240Z Balance Tube


Hello, in looking for a early Datsun E41 Balance Tube With the throttle adjustment bracket like in the picture, for my 240Z.
                                                                          Thanks, Ricky

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    Rickks240
  • Date
    10/10/2019
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  • Year
    1970
  • Model
    240Z

 

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What you want is an early Euro or Canadian balance tube, the one without all the bosses for mounting emissions equipment on.

I had a Canadian car, 03778, that had the Euro balance tube, as all the early Canadian cars did.

I would guess that maybe the Japanese Fairlady cars had that kind of balance tube also.   

I had a spare Euro balance tube that I got from the UK a few years ago but sold it.

I would try placing want ad notices in those countries. You need persistence and patience. They are very in No America. 

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Like these....  I was looking for a pic. of my E41 with the 2 inlet parts but found these.. now on my 240z for over 20 years.. restored 2007..  (got a set but it's for a Original 240z euro engine i've got.. lying around…🙄)

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On 10/10/2019 at 3:32 PM, M3333hp said:

 

I had a Canadian car, 03778, that had the Euro balance tube, as all the early Canadian cars did.

 

Not quite correct, all cars imported into all of Canada in 69-70, except the ones that went to Ont. They would have had all of the emissions system.

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5 hours ago, Captain Obvious said:

Hoover FTW!!    :victorious:

I know but none of it's in English! I need to get some Boolean search lessons from the Maestro!

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10 minutes ago, Patcon said:

I know but none of it's in English! I need to get some Boolean search lessons from the Maestro!

Google Chrome offered a translate. Its in Bremerhaven, Germany.  250 Euros plus another 50 for shipping - international available.

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