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  1. chiefmd

    1977 280Z intake exhaust gasket

    Zed Head - That's the one I've been looking for. Thank you
  2. chiefmd

    1977 280Z intake exhaust gasket

    I've read on this and other forums that MSA's gasket seems to fail more often so I was looking for an OEM with round exhaust ports but everything I found had square ports. I have a 77 with a P-79 head. I'll check and see if there is a part # on the MSA gasket.
  3. I've been looking for a good gasket to use with MSA header (round exhaust port). Not so sure about the MSA gasket that was included. After searching I came across this https://www.ebay.com/p/Engine-Block-Cover-Gasket-ITM-09-50527-fits-76-78-Nissan-280Z-2-8L-L6/74968871?iid=302786175086 and was wondering if anyone has used one. I like the metal around the exhaust port. I know a lot of people recommend Datsun OEM but it does not have the round exhaust port. Appreciate the input.
  4. chiefmd

    280ZX FPR Wows

    Me neither. I can't believe that all the aftermarket manufactures have stopped making it and the one's that are available are ridiculously priced. I did find a used one for $50 but I'm a little hesitant as it is 35 years old. I guess I'll just have to bite the bullet and pay up 😞
  5. chiefmd

    280ZX FPR Wows

    Site - Thanks for the input. I searched for Ultra Power p/n UPR PR8 and they must have discontinued, no luck. I guess I'll just keep searching or maybe even try blocking off one of the pipes on the 280Z FPR.
  6. chiefmd

    280ZX FPR Wows

    I have been searching for a 280ZX Fuel pressure Regulator and with the exception of one for $200 - $500 I can't seem to find one. The Beck/Arnley 158-0091 model seems to be out of stock every where I check. Can anyone help me out and either direct me to a vendor or sell me one. Thank you.
  7. chiefmd

    Storing Emrty Fuel Tank

    WOW.... Zhead I never thought of that.That could be my answer. I think I should try that for a couple of weeks and see what it yields. Thanks for thinking outside the box.
  8. chiefmd

    Storing Emrty Fuel Tank

    Ok. After doing some more research and reading I think the suggestion to use POR 15 is the winner. I have cleaned out the tank with Evaporust and its is really clean. I was wondering if I need to use POR 15's complete kit, marine cleaner, metal and sealer or can I just add the sealer? Thanks for all the input.
  9. In the process of rebuilding my 77 280z. Pulled the tank and cleaned out the rust. I am not going to be reinstalling it until at least next year so I would like to know if anyone has any suggestions as to how to store so that it won't rust again.
  10. chiefmd

    Injector Identification

    That looks like a good deal. I think I'll make the purchase and keep mine as a backup set. Thanks or all the help.
  11. Was researching fuel pumps and came across this thread, Very interesting. So I started googleing "Bosch 0580254984" and came across this pump. Here is the link https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Electrical-Fule-Pump-With-Install-Kits-for-Porsche-Volvo-Benz-450SEL-911-924-/322645466079?_trksid=p2349526.m4383.l4275.c10#viTabs_0 It looks identical to the Bosch but who knows. Has anyone tried one of these?
  12. chiefmd

    Injector Identification

    They were tested with 38psi
  13. chiefmd

    Injector Identification

    So mine would be 100cc/min? Or is a flow test that NAPA performed different than actual flow during operation on the car? Also,looked at the injectors on The Z store. They do look similar but no numerical identification. Still leaves me wondering who manufactures them and what are the specs. Thanks for the input.
  14. chiefmd

    Injector Identification

    I have a 77 280z that I purchased this summer for a winter project (or longer). Working on the fuel system so I decided to take the injectors to NAPA to have them rebuilt and cleaned. All good just one injector has a wider spray pattern than the others but flow rate was consistent, 49, 48, 49, 48, 48, 49 ML for 30 seconds. First, I can't find anything on the flow rate for the injectors, Secondly can't find anything on the injectors. Here is a description\of the injectors: Light green ( Turquoise ) plug with markings that say RAM, RIM-116, 7016. Would appreciate any input. Thanks
  15. chiefmd

    All studs or studs and bolts

    So I should just order studs for exhaust and bolts for the intake.
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