Paxhead

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About Paxhead

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    My car sat for 15 years before I bought it. It is rusted all to Hell. It took me 3 months to get it started and all because I found the website. I am turning it into a race car and will post pics with my progress as I go.
  1. I had the same problem and I use an extra speedo cable and plunged the metal line in the tank and it freed it up.
  2. That's a nice Z gnosez. Now this type of racing does not have anything that nice. It is still great racing just a really different class. If you are interested just send me a pm
  3. We just finished our "season" with the last race at Carolina motorsports park in Kershaw SC but the next race I am entering in sometime in Feb. at Barber motorsports park in Birmingham Alambama. Then there is usually a spring race at Carolina Motorsports park and another Fall race.
  4. Is there anyone in the South Carolina area interested in road racing. I have a 1977 280z that I race in the 24 hours of Lemons series and I am looking for a couple of team mates to join me. If interested let me know I will provide more info then.
  5. I was just guessing at the problem Zed. At full throttle in 4th gear it feels like a turbo kicking it for a second when everything runs right then back to lack of power. I still have to figure out exactly what it is.
  6. Alright here is my 2 cents worth. I have been using this site for 3 years and it is very informative but I almost never comment. I have a 77 280z 2+2 that I have turned into a race car. I have the fuel injection and on 2 different occasions I have fried the relay you are talking about. Both times while racing, the first time I was lucky and had a spare but the last time I had no spare and no way to get one in time for the race. I made a lot of inquiries and was able to rewire the car to finish racing the weekend. The first thing I was able to do was to direct wire the fuel pump to a on/off switch. the next thing was to jumper the wires that went into the relay. Now when I say I was I mean an engineer on my team did it. I have the diagram he made on how to jumper it so I could tell you if you want to go that route. But I am still trying to figure out some of the bugs with it. The first bug is all my gauges do not work, which really sux for racing and I do not seem to be getting full power to the injectors. I can race just not as fast as before. So to sum it up it can be rewired I just haven't figured it all out yet.