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  1. View Advert 240z pedal box 72 manual pedal box. 100.00 buyer pays shipping. Advertiser Bernardd Date 10/26/2020 Price $100.00 Category Parts for Sale  
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  3. I've used the z32 cas installed onto the turbo distributor shaft with the z32 ecu and nistune. I changed the turbo at the time of conversion and can't honestly say that I gained any power from the coil packs but I could run a stock plug gap at 26psi.
  4. https://z31performance.com/forum/z31-performance-upgrade-forums/driveline-aa/569-jatco-3n71b-4n71b-automatic-trans-buildup-information. Link to what I did to mine. I also picked a manual valve body from keas. My torque converter was restalled to 3k. I bent input shafts and ballooned the converter if I brake boosted in low. I switched to brake boosting in 2nd then dropping into low when leaving. Never damaged the trans doing that. The guy that sells shift kits on ebay has a good kit if you don't want a manual vb from keas.
  5. IMHO the best oil to run is jd hydraulic fluid. I was pushing over 400whp thru a jatco and it was the only oil that wouldn't slip. Ever. In fact it lowered the stall from 3k to 2400 because it was so grabby. I bent the tangs on the input shaft but it didn't slip. A low power application would last forever assuming seals and such aren't leaking. I would run at least 1qrt/ltr of standard oil because it makes it easier to see the fill level. YMMV.
  6. Bernardd

    1998 Vancouver Indy

    I talked to that car owner at that race!!! He was from Edmonton iirc.
  7. 2 of us will be coming out from winnipeg. We'll follow lead or drag you out there. fun fun
  8. Looks like I'll be going to Ontario sometime in 2016. It's only 1900km's for me.
  9. The new switch seems to be faulty. A buddy gave me switch from another datsun (620 or something like that). It does not have the issue that the new switch and the old stock switch have which is a small contact point where the start switch gets powered just before the full lock position. Still not sure on this..............
  10. Gentlemen; when I turn my key to the lock position my starter engages. I've replaced the switch with a used unit and a new unit with no change. Other than that little issue the wiring seems to be fine. Has this happened to anyone before? I'm going to dig into the wiring next week, but I can't see how the ignition switch can't be the culprit.
  11. What I've got is a 240z with an L28ET swap that I'm re-doing. The previous owner didn't use the stock guages so that part of the wiring is gone. I've got everything hooked up except for the water temp sensor. I know where the temp sensor runs to in the turbo harness. What I'm after is where the stock guage wiring runs through firewall into the engine bay.
  12. Can someone tell me where the sensor wire goes through the firewall and then on to the water temp sensor? I've done an L28ET swap on a 72 and have the wiring done except for this damn water temp sensor. Some of the factory harness was there but no temp sensor wiring.
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