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moelk last won the day on August 18 2017

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    1973 2 owner Carlifornia car.
    F54/E88, Early SU´s, R200 3,9, 280zx 5-speed box.

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  1. These are made in Europe, they are also sold in the US by Hung Vu (you can find him on FB and on this site to but I can’t remember his name here).
  2. Well they fit great. Haven’t screwed them down as they are for a friend of mine and my existing holes doesent line up. I have a different hole pattern on my old covers (there were at least 2 or 3 different hole patterns for these lenses through the years). Looks and feels like a very good quality item.
  3. Will go with these valves https://www.rhdjapan.com/kameari-l-type-lightweight-big-valves-set-in-45-ex-36-5-118-l6.html What about valve guides? I see two different sizes here, anyone like to explain why? https://www.rhdjapan.com/search/engine/nissan_fairlady-z_hs30-l24-10-1971-01-1974/model/nissan_fairlady-z/car/nissan/category/cylinder-head-and-valvetrain_valve-guides
  4. Will test fit tomorrow and also test the new lenses in my old frames.
  5. Arrived today. Unpacking and inspection. Very nice reproduction headlight covers.
  6. moelk

    Fairlady 432 at Auction

    Yepp, that to.
  7. moelk

    Fairlady 432 at Auction

    I’m a person that appreciate some “battle scars” on some of the old “rare” parts i find. I don’t feel the need to or want to restore some pieces to like new condition. For example i want my old steering wheels to have some wear and marks in them, it feels and looks good and tells a story about them. I feel the same with these wheels. I really want a set of ks rally wheels and have looked for a long time. I was about to place an order for a set of five wheels a while ago through a shop in Japan but now when these other replicas are available im hesitating as im affraid that they will be all over the place. It’s a bit sad in my own opinion.
  8. moelk

    Fairlady 432 at Auction

    Would love to have a set of rally wheels on my car! But im very skeptical to China made wheels. And the 432 wheels looks a bit odd to my eyes to.
  9. moelk

    Fairlady 432 at Auction

    ”Restored original wheels”? Those “rally wheels” in the ad wasent original on the 432z.
  10. Here’s an E88 Efi Head with 46mm intake valves so it can be done. This head was/is on a 88mm bore L28. Don’t know if i really would need to go any bigger then 44mm. It’s not a race car i’m building but i don’t want to go to small either.
  11. Question: Valves for my ”new” E88 EFI head have 42mm intake and 35 exhaust valves. Intake valves will be swapped for bigger ones, but how big? 44, 45, 46mm? What about the ex valves, keep the 35mm or go bigger? Were to buy valves? Any recommendations/links to a good shop? L28 + 1 mm, flattops (no valve cut outs) 535 lift cam.
  12. moelk

    Badging a 240Z into a FairladyZ

    I have put a fair bit of Fairlady emblems and parts on my US market 240z, like all emblems, grill, headlight covers, speedometer, rally clock, steering wheel (compe wheel and the Jdm version of the Oem wheel), fender mirrors etc. I see nothing wrong in doing that. If you like it better go for it. //Andreas
  13. And some extra material he put together
  14. A guy with a youtube channel about cars contacted me awhile ago about shooting my car for an episode. Got the result a couple of days ago. He has added subtitles in english but he misses a couple of things in translation so don’t take it to serious, i have told him so hopefully he will correct them.
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