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240dkw last won the day on December 11 2020

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  1. Thought you folks would like a update. Mostly done trying to justify spending money on the correct exhaust.
  2. I too had to straighten the ones on my car, not as bad as that but definitely bent.
  3. The FSM sometimes has errors, but to say that all of the images are wrong seems off. What is the build month of your car, you may want to download the 1973 or 1975 manual and see if the relay panel images are closer to what you have.
  4. Shawn: you can down load the FSM for a 260 here. http://www.xenonzcar.com/s30/fsm.html and the Owners Manual http://www.xenonzcar.com/s30/files/260zownersman.pdf
  5. Jim, this is what I did as I do not have a TIG welder. Just checked it and the grommets are holding up.
  6. Just to be clear, there is no such thing as"stock"door guards. They are an after market product put on by dealers and owners. If you like the look, and do not want to go through the work of welding the holes up and repaint, than just buy any aftermarket guards you like and replace them. Although I now see that your car is not a 240, but a 260-280 so I am not sure if the later models came with factory door guards.
  7. Cannot give you any measurements, but there is a few photos of the area in my build thread that might help.
  8. This is what I did. I cut it open with a metal saw and after blasting it there was no issue with welding it back together. I wore an correct mask for lead during the blasting and while welding.
  9. So I had a look and what I said is correct, solid black wire from neg post on coil to spade on distributor. It should be along side a yellow wire that goes to the temp sensor right above the distributor.
  10. I am sure that the condenser on the points needs to be connected, it is part of the points. The two other two, voltage reg and coil are used for noise reduction, but the points will not work in the one on the dizzy is not hooked up. As well the wire to the spade connector must be connected. I will look at my car later, but I think it is a wire that comes from the neg side of the coil.
  11. My 1970 has a factory buzzer that goes off if I open the door with the key in the in the ignition .
  12. Rockauto has a couple of choices at a better price.
  13. Looks like you can get one at Napa. https://www.napacanada.com/en/p/NCF1106029?partTypeName=Clutch+Pack&impressionRank=1&keywordInput=clutch
  14. Have you tried the local Nissan dealer, it was a few years ago, but I bought several sets from them.
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