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    I currently own all 4 years of the 240Z and a 1990 300ZX. The 70 is white, the 71 is Safari Gold, the 72 is Lemon Green, also have an orange 72 the 73 and 1990 are Silver. I recently added a 1996 white Acura NSX to the group.

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  1. Hope this helps.....don’t forget the cotter pin!
  2. BTW....You don’t have to disconnect the choke cables to pop up the nozzle......literally a 3 minute fix if that’s the problem and it sounds like it is. Just stick your hand under each carb and push up the nozzle....you’ll feel it pop up if that’s the problem.
  3. Kinda hard to believe a Cessna turbo would work on a straight six. My guess is it’s a Crown Turbo shown in the early “How to Modify” books. I always wondered how those early bolt on turbos performed. My guess is they boosted horse power and caused severe rust!!! 🤮
  4. I agree with Site and Blue. You can reach under the carbs and push up on the nozzle. You’ll feel it snap back. If it is hanging up, it’ll cause very erratic idle and will blacken your plugs on those three cylinders. You’ll have to do this every time you choke the engine. Those nozzles are famous for binding when linkages aren’t aligned perfectly.
  5. What is it? 280Z dash and console......I would guess no matter what it is, there is easily $350.00 worth of parts!
  6. Beautiful work Jim!
  7. Welcome back Will....we’ve missed you!
  8. Really cool project. Does the ports on your intake manifold match up with the intake ports on the head? Seems to me when I was at Eiji’s shop, the Jenveys needed work on my head to match the ports on the intake.
  9. I love the simplicity of my Unisyn and it seems to me if you check and double check, it is pretty darned accurate. Just my opinion.
  10. Yes....Another of my favorite colors too!
  11. She likes 918 and that’s good enough for me!
  12. IMO, I would stick with your stock clutch with your build....nothing stronger needed. I installed a Stage I Exedy Racing clutch in one of my Stroker Motors and replaced it with a stock 240mm clutch 1000 miles later (I run stock 240mm flywheels). It was a PITA to drive in town with the Stage I. You probably shouldn’t take your flywheel much below 20 lbs. and make sure you have someone reputable do the cut. I run stock 240mm flywheels (23 lbs.) in both of my Strokers and love em. You’ll get many opinions on flywheel weights and this is my humble opinion.
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