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About torynich

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    Delta, Colorado
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    Aircraft maintenance technician

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    240z
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  1. I would like an air filter housing setup for a round top carbs...
  2. Permatex #2 would be a good choice to seal the fittings without having to overtighten them.
  3. Ok, so silly question, but what exactly are you attaching the choke cables to? Wasn't the needle removed along with the dome and piston?
  4. What tape would y'all recommend?
  5. Have you powdered over jbweld before? I was under the impression the powder wouldn't flow over it, or are you hot spraying?
  6. I sent you an email Jim, thanks!
  7. I'll try calling them Monday.
  8. I'm in need of the two phenolic carb spacers (without coolant passage). Motorsport auto is out of stock, zcar Depot and ztherapy don't have any listed on their websites.
  9. torynich

    R180

    I'm looking for a Datsun/Nissan (not Subaru) r180 in 354, 390, or 411 ratio. (first preference is a 390 or 411) I'm located in Colorado, 81401
  10. @zKars, I received the horn button and mirror today. They look great. Thanks!!!
  11. Thanks for the reply, I emailed you.
  12. I am looking for a chrome 240z driver's side rear view mirror. I have a 240z steering wheel, I am looking for a horn pad and installation hardware. I will attach a pic of what I have, I am not really sure what I need in addition to the horn pad. These are going on an early, thin bumper 260z. Thanks
  13. I completely agree, and as I said, I have never had a problem with my application process. Future buyer can buy with confidence.
  14. That is not caulk, it is RTV 102 adhesive. Removable if the buyer is concerned about it. As far as powder coating the inside, I have been applying powder coat to the inside of valve covers over ten years now and have never had a problem with it flaking off including multiple aircraft engines with 2000 hours logged. (I powder coated the valve cover for carbuilder723)
  15. You are right...sorry....
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