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  1. View Advert WTB 280zx turbo snowflakes set In search of a full set of 280zx turbo snowflake wheels. Email me at Alex.Darabian@gmail.com You can also message me on Facebook or Instagram RetroS30z Advertiser Perfect240Z Date 05/16/2020 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1972 Model 240z  
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    In search of a full set of 280zx turbo snowflake wheels. Email me at Alex.Darabian@gmail.com You can also message me on Facebook or Instagram RetroS30z

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    Livermore, California - US

  3. I think I heard of someone who was making custom emulsion tubes for Weber’s. I’ll have to ask about it if they’re local and if they’re the same person with pierce since they're local.
  4. Here’s a link for the idle of the Z with now on a cannon and new linkage
  5. I just wanted to add on here, a couple years back I came upon my 72 JCR which had triple Weber’s with a cannon intake. The car would not idle really at all and carbs also needing rebuilt. But I just wanted to add after I removed the carbs I took the manifold off and saw the linkage was bent in the middle and rusted. I had to cut the main rod for the linkage to remove everything, and after looking around I was almost going to use my new harada that I’ve been saving for my other Z. I found out that there’s a company that makes a thicker rod and linkage set up for this issue and is way cheaper. My car now has this linkage with rebuilt Weber’s and a cannon intake and it idles just fine. Just search pierce manifolds and it will come up.?
  6. Keep up the good work Jeff! With the extra shaving done to the head will you have to run cam tower shims? Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  7. Thanks Jeff, yep it is but it was hard also on my wife so I couldn’t leave her side. But since I now have two little boys and I have gotten a second Z that I could drive. The project is back on, just slow to getting back into it. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  8. Thanks, I have since had 2 boys. So I have solely focused on them since I feel like I shouldn’t give up anytime away from them. I have started slowly back in on the Z, plus I acquired another one that just needs some maintenance to be road worthy. I think they each can have one now at least. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  9. Wow Jeff! Way ahead of mine build. Granted I took a couple years off from losing my daughter. But also I’m teaching myself how to weld and do other things since it’s the first time I’m doing this. I’m learning a lot from watching your videos. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  10. Hey Jeff, Been watching your videos for awhile now. Not sure if it’s already been mentioned about your cylinder head seats. I found out the seats are bronze and soft which would get pitting and damaged since there’s no lead in fuel nowadays. Have you gotten your valve seats changed to account for unleaded fuel now? Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  11. Ooo I love the Fujitsubo and the mikuni 44’s so much! Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  12. Im not sure what’s missing actually, it came in a box of parts in the Z I got in June. I have searched anything yet with it. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  13. I was still in the market for one. I got one in a box of parts back in June with he other Z I picked up. Not sure if it works but it looks great. I think it’s missing something though...? Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  14. Good eye! The guy I bought it from bought when he returned from Guam in 83, but he bought from a LCDR I think from the original for sale sheet that was with all the stuff.
  15. I haven't been able to post on all the z forums I think this is the last one lol. I picked up a 1972 240z with Jim Cook Racing California Z body kit on it. This car was completely restored in 1981 by the first owner, I picked it up from the second owner who drove it from 83-93 and left it garaged since. I vacuumed out the rats nest, gave her a good wash today after 25 years of dust, did an oil change(so black and reeked of gas) wiped down all surfaces from rat pee, and treated the battery tray with acid treatment and painted it since it's empty and only surface rust currently.
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