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    One Datsun always Datsun. 1969 SRL 311 Roadster fully restored. New owner 1973 240Z in restoration.

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  1. Running a air box for two reason, dirt and mainly heat. What you don't see in this pic is the 4" intake tube is now mounted to back side of the front grill. screen filter in the tube at the radiator brace and a 4" inlet turbo waterproof nylon screen at the front end of the tube (grill) ITB horns are beautiful with chrome screens on the ends and look awesome when the box is off but under hood temps can vastly exceed coolant engine temps. My intake air sensor (mounted at the front end of the box) reads constantly half of the coolant temp. 160 coolant temp, 80 air intake. It's not forced air but the air draw at speed from a 4" tube at the grill is cool and abundant.
  2. Hi Duffy, Do not remove the B/W wire from the connector, splice into the wire using a copper U shaped crimp connector and heat shrink. Leave the connector intact for all other functions. This connection (pink wire) will only power up the ECU when the key is in the on position. Again, I'm safe guarded with the fuse box inline on the harness. Running for a year with this config, no issues, blown fuses and all stock electrical components function. Don't touch your tach, give me a call.
  3. Agree without the Haltech premium wiring harness (safeguard investment). The prem harness runs all ECU connections back through intergraded expandable fuse and relay box (pink ign wire 12v switched and all battery connections included). Not not sure what Duffy has for a harness?
  4. Duffy, Have a 73, so don't want to assume your stock ignition harness is the same wire color combo. Remove ignition switch cover behind the steering wheel and test the 5 pin connector plugged to the back of the ign key switch. Believe it's the B/W wire for 12v switched on (it's been a year and reassembled). Attach the pink wire from the Haltech ECU.
  5. Duffy, Don't want to complicate all the info you're receiving. Your in need of a 12v switched lead? Your running a Haltech Elite 750 that has a 34 pin main connector on top of the ECU, you must have a 34 pin harness connector? correct, Pin 26, looking at the connector on the top of the ECU, lower left corner, 12 v switched connection for multiple components.
  6. Understand lazy, that's why I overlaid all Haltech components with the Haltech wiring harness, crank sensor, coolant temp, intake air, coil, injectors, TPS and fuel pump are on a standalone harness / circuit away from the stock harness and fuse box. The only spice into the stock harness is the switched 12v ignition (main ECU connection) at the key harness and stock tach through the Haltech coil wire. All stock gauges, components and lights function and operate on the stock harness and stock fuse box.
  7. Did you purchase a wiring harness from Haltech? the premium harness runs back through fuses box and relays. Did your harness come with two shielded cables (4 wire for cam and crank sensor)? The Cam sensor wire has a switched 12v (red).
  8. Racer X No, inspected the back of caliper, no anti rattle springs in place. Just the rod retainer spring (on back side of caliper) connecting and holding the pad rods. missing the spring pushing down on the backing plate. Found the springs replacements on-line, they actually call them "anti rattle springs". Toyota requires one per caliper (bottom of each caliper), couple of YouTube video's suggesting to add an additional spring on the top as well. Ordered 4. Thank you for the info.
  9. Hi All, When coasting can hear a rattle in the front of car after further inspection it's the front brake pads in the Toyota calipers. The pads have a slight play up and down, under vehicle weight and non-braking conditions they're moving as the rotor turns. Louder when I start to drive and the brakes are cold, quieter when the brakes are hot but still moving. Have others experienced this noise with the Toyota front brake conversion? Any fix to the issue? No tabs to bend on the pad shim / backing plates. New pads only 300 miles. Thanks.
  10. All, Searched the archives but this may be new issue due to the supply chain limitations we all live in today. Need to rebuild my L28 and will use the components/cores (block and head) in the car now. Engine is NA ITB's. N42 block and N42 head, stock, zero previous head work or zero bore on the block. Every builder I've engaged on average is 6 months + to rebuild. A large portion of the timeframe is waiting for suppliers to deliver parts, pistons etc.. Would like to pre-purchase / acquire the internals prior to pulling the engine (car still runs), to cut down the rebuild timeframes. Understand bearing and other internal parts cannot be purchased until disassemble /assemble. Goal is 200+ HP (just dyno tuned 160hp, sad and tired engine )with this engine, what's good enough for my driving ability. What would you do to this stock platform? keeping the engine NA, N42 block and N42 head. Flat top pistons - What size, cast or forged? Head - Understand ton or work will go into the head, What size values or spring kit would your purchase? Cam - What size cam? running 45mm Kameari manifold and 45mm ITB's. Already installed and running, lighten flywheel, 6 into one header, 5 speed wide ratio, R200 3.9 differential, Haltech 750 ECU. Thank you for your input.
  11. Hi Duffy. How did the IAC workout? Where did you purchase? brand? My set-up is currently void of a IAV. Spent the large dollars for a professional tune. Passes up to 7,000 RPM. Was surprised ITB's without a IAC require a ton of ignition advance on the low end, close to 30 but required to eliminate the stumble when you stab the accelerator. Idling high now 900-1000 RPM but running strong. Who are you working with at Haltech? CA office or other location?
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    240Z Complete three screw SU intake. Includes, Three screw SU's x2, balance tube (smog delete with fittings), center linkage, throttle coupler, N33 manifold, throttle return springs, heat shield and all fuel fittings. Bolt on and go. Removed from a running engine 2021. Orange County, CA $700.00 firm US shipping only + shipping cost, calculated on ship to location. e-mail [email protected]

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  13. View Advert 240Z Complete three screw SU intake 240Z Complete three screw SU intake. Includes, Three screw SU's x2, balance tube (smog delete with fittings), center linkage, throttle coupler, N33 manifold, throttle return springs, heat shield and all fuel fittings. Bolt on and go. Removed from a running engine 2021. Orange County, CA $700.00 firm US shipping only + shipping cost, calculated on ship to location. e-mail [email protected] Advertiser Blitzed Date 07/06/2022 Price $700 Category Parts for Sale  
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    240Z Series one air cleaner. Minor dents, seals and rubber showing age. All hose tubes intact. Mounting hardware not included. Removed from a running car 2021. Air filter included. Orange County, CA $350.00 firm + shipping cost, calculated on ship to location. More pics available, e-mail [email protected]

    $350

    Placentia, California - US

  15. View Advert 240Z Series one air cleaner 240Z Series one air cleaner. Minor dents, seals and rubber showing age. All hose tubes intact. Mounting hardware not included. Removed from a running car 2021. Air filter included. Orange County, CA $350.00 firm + shipping cost, calculated on ship to location. More pics available, e-mail [email protected] Advertiser Blitzed Date 07/06/2022 Price $350 Category Parts for Sale  
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