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Sean Dezart

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  1. Any headers part-welded onto the flange have been so done to keep costs down. If you have the opportunity to buy headers with matching ports do so. A 6-1 will work, a 6-2 will work better*.....better still with longer twin secondary pipes joining to 1x at the rear of the gearbox and not before the firewall. All said, of the least expensive headers on the market - the coated MSA 6-2 is the best value : https://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/classic19d/15-6001CH Please note that its' 1.5" primary pipes have a much smaller inner diameter than other after-market headers although plenty big enough for a stock or near stock street engine. *for a street engine, what one needs to release is torque, not top-end power. A 6-2 will do this best and torque is what we use for each gear change and acceleration ; ask yourself how frequently you max out the revs to obtain max power ?
  2. Please PM for prices and shipping - this is a 'discussion' and I will be placing an advert at the end of this month when I'll physically have the wheels ready to ship.
  3. Did you get an answer from Whitehead because via mail, I get nothing ?
  4. Fast-Road headers, line and Street muffler @Zstory. Previous 280Z here with the Street-Sport headers and Classic muffler made 162HP DIN with the EGR and CAT deleted and no smog issues : beautiful car inside and out.
  5. Swapping out the front and rear bumpers is not just a weekend job and to be done correctly needs bodywork and paint. When done properly (ie looking stock) it's not a simple case of swapping back. Agreed for the engine pull* - clean underneath thoroughly first BUT it will look 100% better red under there *just thinking that the tranny swap would be easier out of the car ! I certainly didn't suggest that values won't rise but did say that you won't lose any value by swapping the tranny and bumpers and, imo the value of the car will raise because of this and even more with a red-under-hood ! As an aside to what I suggested for a more lively Z, swap the exhaust and headers too which obliges to delete the EGR and Cat, both of which will help the old girl breathe better. I'm not saying this from an interested point of view, I believe it to be a recognised fact now. I'm expecting a 10-15% power and torque increase and more importantly, up to 500 revs lower down which won't harm her acceleration. In photos, my 280Z as she is now (I chose a Skillard, black, full grille because the stock one, once the fed bumper has been removed leaves a gaping, unsightly hole) ! Swapping out the lower, front valence is the easiest way of losing the look that 'something is missing' AND giving the car your personalised look whether that be stock or sportier ; the front valence invariably needs painting anyway from chips etc so why not start afresh ? I fitted Euro rear lights and transparent side repeaters - the front will have Klearz 10% smoked lenses.
  6. Sorry - these are all sold out now. New, perfect ones available from the end of January
  7. Lovely car - was watching on BAT. Forget originality - these cars will never have the value of the earlier S30s so indulge yourself improving it which will add value : Front and rear bumper swap for the early versions Swap the auto for a 5xspeed with lightened flywheel and plan to have the engine out and bay painted in the same red Swap the diff for a 3.9, whether an R200 or R180 with LSD from a Subaru. Fit your choice of wheels, shiny suits the red best (better than black anyway) Result : L28, EFi, lively box and diff, clean and red all over = minimum $25k car you can thoroughly enjoy on any road at any speed. Congrats.
  8. View Advert 2021 Club Datsun calender 2021 Club Datsun calender. It’s back – the best Datsun calender in the world so get yours now whilst the limited edition remains available ! Yes, in 2021 we’re celebrating 20 years of club existence and looking forward, like you no doubt, to unrefrained travel and fun behind the wheel. 13x full A4 size photgraphs of splendid cars waiting to adorn your walls and don’t forget our free incorporated desk-calender. You can later frame the photos of your choice Prices (x1 calender) : €21 France (timbre verte) €25 / £23 Europe + Suisse (and the UK too for the moment  ) €26 / us$31 / aus$42 Rest of the world (Norway, North America, Middle East/Orient, Australiasia) Please pay via Paypal (as a gift/personal payment) to : tresorier at datsun-France dot/point fr Group shipments up intil 5x are possible to save postage. Please remember that 100% of the funds are reinvested by our French National Club for the benefit of our members and Z-friends in nearby countries plus the promotion of the marque via the national press, blog articles and media. Ps : already looking for great photos* for 2022 and, as an incentive, for every car published, the owner will receive a free, shipped calender ! *please send to contact at datsun-France dot/point com Advertiser Sean Dezart Date 12/13/2020 Price $31.00 Category Parts for Sale  
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    2021 Club Datsun calender. It’s back – the best Datsun calender in the world so get yours now whilst the limited edition remains available ! Yes, in 2021 we’re celebrating 20 years of club existence and looking forward, like you no doubt, to unrefrained travel and fun behind the wheel. 13x full A4 size photgraphs of splendid cars waiting to adorn your walls and don’t forget our free incorporated desk-calender. You can later frame the photos of your choice Prices (x1 calender) : €21 France (timbre verte) €25 / £23 Europe + Suisse (and the UK too for the moment  ) €26 / us$31 / aus$42 Rest of the world (Norway, North America, Middle East/Orient, Australiasia) Please pay via Paypal (as a gift/personal payment) to : tresorier at datsun-France dot/point fr Group shipments up intil 5x are possible to save postage. Please remember that 100% of the funds are reinvested by our French National Club for the benefit of our members and Z-friends in nearby countries plus the promotion of the marque via the national press, blog articles and media. Ps : already looking for great photos* for 2022 and, as an incentive, for every car published, the owner will receive a free, shipped calender ! *please send to contact at datsun-France dot/point com

    $31.00

    - FR

  10. Sean Dezart

    Muffler

    I haven't posted any videos - that posted by heyitsrama is of a Z with my Street-Sport header, line and JDM muffler combined.
  11. Sean Dezart

    260 bra

    Yep - emailed you yesterday morning (06:54 CET). Have a great weekend, Sean
  12. Sean Dezart

    Muffler

    Thanks......and as stated, this has already been done : MSA 6-1 headers plus my line and rear muffler.😏
  13. Sean Dezart

    Muffler

    Hi. It's already been done by a client. The only hurdle is to extend the 2-1 collector back to join with my line which begins with the reasonator at the rear of the gearbox. I would reccomend lengthening the twin pipes to finish as far back as possible and I will supply you, free, with an extra V-band kit so as to make a gas-tight fit or it might be possible to use one half of my new down-pipe kit (which'll be available in late March). I'll have exhaust lines back in stock at end of January....Covid affects us all with delays at each level ; everyone talks of GNPs but I wonder if the worlds' economy hasn't shrunk since March ! Kind regards, Sean
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