munters

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About munters

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    Zurich, Switzerland
  • Occupation
    IT

My Cars

  • Zcars Owned
    240z
  • About my Cars
    I bought my Z 1985. Was my first Car. Had rust problems end of the 80's and putt it in the Garage till 2012. Now complete rebuild.
    the other Cars are 1959 Corvette, 66 Mustang, 68 Alfa spider, 74 Lamborghini Espada and the DD is beside the 240z a 2006 BMW 335XI.

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  1. Nobody cares each length. You buy 10 foot for less then 10$ take one hose out cut the length put it in and done.
  2. I'm using his jets. They make a difference compared to the std. Weber jets.
  3. His response fits perfectly with the burnouts. stay away!
  4. Yes Its a Europe Version 1972 FS5C71A. And of course I have no Idea what the real Speed was (I would say nobody does, because GPS didnt exist) but I was able to drive up to 230/235 on the speedo.
  5. When I bought my 240 in 1984 I was driving often over 220km/h and there was no problem (with heckspoiler and no airdam) maybe the air was better then 🙂
  6. If he still have it 12 years later 🙂
  7. I have a fidenza 10.5lbs with a exedy 280z clutch and it's a perfect match I find. Light pedal, easy modulation.
  8. This is FS5C71A no brass... and holds 275bhp just fine.
  9. It looks great. Led's are not so easy to dimm. Not with the original turn resistance they keep on down to a certain voltage and then turn off . I think you need a pwm.
  10. I don't know but I have never seen a OEM plated brake line.I have seen them plasic coated in greenish color(old bmw's). Therefore I did my restoration with CuNi. But we will see what others know.
  11. I don't know but for me there is a rule. Playing with a distributor =timing light. It's like changing a MC=Bleed the brakes.
  12. I know this. It took 25 years.
  13. Ok thanks for the effort. I will try that. Maybe it clears with the OEM manifold. The wiring is the point. I rewired the dash myself and don't want to mess it up.
  14. What bothers me the most is that this u-joint is the only thing not new or rebuild on my car and now it failed.