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About gogriz91

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    Torch Wielding Villager

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    Middle GA, for now
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    USAF

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  • About my Cars
    '73 240Z I bought in Paris TX from it's 3rd owner, a HS kid whose Dad bought it for him as a project. It is the third S30 I have owned since '86 and has everything I wanted, factory color combo and model year.

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  1. Trailering my Z from GA. My best friend, roommate at OTS, best man at my wedding and Godfather to my two kids lives in Monument so I'll be crashing in his basement, he's even got a spot in the garage for my Z. My dad is driving up from NM in his BRZ and we're going to do the Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak drive together, hope my 240 can make it all the way up!
  2. Any luck with the decals? I'm looking for a set myself.
  3. After browsing this and the other post on European models I wondered if they had issues with vapor lock in Europe? The front spook or spoiler might help with cooling along with stability.
  4. Got superbrights that matched the lenses. I’m okay if everything is brighter, am hoping it may prevents me from getting hit.
  5. Aye caramba. Any known fitment issues with the muffler?
  6. I'll third the MSA 6-1 ceramic coated headed, they really did a nice job with it. I'm looking into buying a muffler from Sean. His whole system looks really nice. https://www.datsun-zstory.com/
  7. I got a set of MTI TE37 knockoff wheels but they wont fit over the hub/spline in the front. I tried measuring and it looks like it's about 60MM on the wheels I have on the car now, does anyone know for sure what the measurement is?
  8. Thank you for posting, looks like I'll probably go with vintage not vintage and correct.
  9. Anyone know what the early Z rally cars were using for the timekeeping, distance measuring when they ran the Africa rallys? I see a lot of TAG Heuer kits in Porsches, was curious if Seiko made something for Datsun or Toyota.
  10. The Carter and the Holley are noisy, not sure about any other types. The great thing about electric is it works when your battery does, or doesn't. It's easy to diagnose when the lights come on but you don't hear the buzzing in the back. I've seen them mounted in the engine bay too, some of the noise is masked by the engine when its running.
  11. I had a similar problem in Yellowstone with downdraft Webers, summer, 6500 ft elevation. Put a Carter electronic fuel pump to replace the old one which I determined wasn't working and it solved the problem.
  12. Am I the only one waiting for Alan's book to be published to correct the many mistakes made by other authors about Z history, models etc? It's kinda fun in the cheap seats and the peanut gallery but it's still the peanut gallery and the cheap seats. I'm serious, i would pay good money for a book you would author Alan, if you would.
  13. Not quite the amount of parts commonality with my 240 that I was hoping for but I'm glad they're making one.
  14. There's the national Z Convention in Nashville in September you may want to consider going to Z or not http://zcon.org/conventions/2020/ Then there's the Georgia Z club https://www.facebook.com/groups/325899774212973/
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