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    Aircraft Hydraulics tech USAF

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    I own a 1977 Datsun 280Z and swapped an RB25det engine into it. I am also the proud owner of a 2004 Subaru Forester which is lowered JDM and my daily driver.

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  1. yea, I started to notice from other threads but I couldn't access hybridz web site earlier for some reason. Now that I have access to it I think most of my questions can be pieced together.
  2. ok, so I have a 77' 280z and am in the process of converting it into a RB25det powered beast. But as I run through the conversion in my head and jotting down what I still need to buy and fab and such I ran into a couple super minor setbacks that get overlooked in the threads I have read about this conversion. so I would like to have this thread be a question board for myself (and others) to voice their questions that they cant get answers about this conversion. So my first question is, the stock speedometer and tachometer are both mechanical, while the RB is electronic. so does anyone know how to either convert the gauges input (so i can keep the stock gauges) or how i will have to set up the gauges to work with this new engine?
  3. thank you, i cant wait to get her all put together!
  4. I've always loved the look of the Z cars but until now I have not been able to find one for a decent price in any form of good condition, always rusted out and bondo'd up.. until now. i picked up my 1977 datsun 280z for $4850 and it came with: RB25det skyline engine, engine hoist, swap mounts, oil pan conversion kit, fuel pump, intercooler kit, throttle cable, and converted wiring harness, and full body kit. pretty much almost everything i will need to do the swap except the ECU, drive shaft, forward facing intake manifold, and a couple odds and ends.
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