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    VIN:HLS30-36897. A 240Z with L28 engine, twin su and E31 head. Rebuild in progress...

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  1. Yes there's a RB20e and a RB20de. RB30e is the only 3.0 as far as I'm aware. Problem that I can see is mainly chamber volume because rb30e has Hemi style chambers. Would require custom pistons. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  2. His video and blog gave me the idea! I'm in the process of rebuilding my front suspension. As soon as I finish this car I'll look into getting a rb30e head. I can only read some of the kanji so it's hard trying to figure out how he did it... But yeah thanks for mentioning him. His my #1 source for gathering information about this swap. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  3. I got one of their catalogs when I was in Japan and man I wish I had known them before rebuilding my engine. I'm still drooling over the JDM taillight they sell. (Not because jdm just that I think it looks better with yellow turn signals) So they are producing replacement S20 heads huh? I am still looking into getting a rb30e head to try and modify into that cross flow LY head Nissan produced. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  4. Wow... This thread is a treasure. Gave me something to do during snowstorms here in Michigan. If any of you need some help with dodgy Chinese companies I can help clearing up things. Being a Chinese I'm not proud but I had dealt with them quite a while now. Kameari have some pretty cool products like the tensioner. Never go into their store cuz when I walked in wanting to buy a damper I ended up with a bag of stuff and an empty wallet! Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  5. Looks like the T-tops on my Z31. I believe they are the same throughout production.
  6. Saw one in Japan. Same color. Stunning.
  7. I'm looking into swapping a RB30E head onto my L28. My build is not finished and I haven't got around to get a head to mock up. But there's a guy in Japan already done it! He casted intakes and valve covers for it himself. I might be able to finish it in the next four years, but right now it's still in the drawing papers and I have more rust to worry about than the head.
  8. Yay for nissan! But their FWD le mans car last year really makes me think they have a couple of talented engenerd in the team.
  9. I think the holes on top was not supposed to be there. And the little barb might be for the fuel vapor line which should be on the driver side wheel well. I'm not sure. I have a 240z... Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  10. I had the exact same problem and I kept checking everything. And I found a hole after the dash pot before the butterfly. The guy sold it to me told me they are bored out... It is a bit bigger with a custom grind needle. The wall is thin and the poor guy might have went though with a 10mm wrench. I don't have time to put the engine back in the car for testing yet, but I hope this will fix it. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  11. Maybe in front of the passenger seat? Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  12. Ok I'm sorry wasn't clear on what you are selling. I do have access to a mill but I don't have the time for it. Thanks for explaining. Great value. Someone with a machine shop can turn these into money. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  13. Sorry about your health problem Shawn. What calipers are these brackets using? Does it require casting or cutting? Can you give us a bit more detail about the tools? Thanks.
  14. Hope you have a great time with the Z! Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  15. RS02

    My trip to Tokyo

    I've been tangled with all the homework...... Anyway. The museum. When you first walk in you are greeted with a bunch of Toyopets. There's also some little beans like this 500 The lighting in there isn't good, but it's a great place filled with tasteful selections. There's a section where you can walk outside. And that's when I found a Z432. What a beast. I don't have too much pictures. My hands were not steady. I guess I need some coffee. They have a restoration shop built into the museum. Nice to see the neat stuff they got in there. If you are lucky enough you can take a ride on this machine. It was exciting just seeing it. Well that's about it with the museum. When I walked outside, I saw some people over at a parking lot. I knew something was happening. And sure enough. More coming up! Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
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