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About 280~Master

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    Go Fast, Don't Crash

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    Savannah, GA
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    Owner, It Specialist

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  • About my Cars
    Right now I have a 1976 280Z that is in the restoring process.
    http://www.savannahinsulation.com/

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  1. I am going to go with the cometition clutch that uses a flat faced 250MM flywheel. 250MM Disk and 250MM plate from a 350Z. Total weight is 35lbs.. Will hold the HP I'm after.. and you can not beat the price... http://www.enjukuracing.com/products/competition-clutch-nissan-240sx-white-bunny-upgrade.html
  2. So after many long years I have upgraded to a L28ET in my 76 running MS3PRO. I am now in need of a clutch for my beast as stock will not hold up to the power. I have looked at after market clutchs and not really impressed with costs. What I did notice is the parts from the L@* are interchangeable with many other nissan engines. The KA, VG30, Z24, L20, SD22, SD25 all seem to have the same basics about them when it comes to the clutch with the size of the surface being different. From what I have read the D21 4x4 truck clutch can hold some HP also.. Well good news is I found a clutch set up th
  3. Looks like you got some heat issues on that yellow wire..
  4. Just go internally regulated alternator. Jump 2 wires or buy the plug from MSA.. http://www.atlanticz.ca/zclub/techtips/alternatorswap/index.html
  5. I have been saving 280Z plugs for the voltage regulator and have gathered quite a few over the years. Was wondering what the interest would be if I make a few of the a plug and play plugs for the internal to external alternator upgrade. It would be like the ones you see made by Dave for 240's but for the 280Z.
  6. The last year has been fun and interesting. Well after a nice autocross event in 2013 and two spun bearings she is up and running. Engine bay was stripped and painted, extra wiring and brackets deleted and a nice newly rebuilt F54/P79 engine T4 Turbonetics turbo and the new MS3-Pro management system she is ready for exhaust then tuning.. This is gonna be fun!!!
  7. This one is must for the right person. RARE Nice Rust Free AZ 1978 Nissan 280ZX AC 4 SPD S30 Datsun Non Turbo Fairlady | eBay
  8. Does this look right or is it off? Does it need to be rotated one tooth CCW?
  9. So I am having a problem trying to understand exactly where the vacuum lines go on my new turbo conversion. Think any of you could lend a hand on how to route these darn lines...?
  10. My boots came from MSA. A little long but works great. Even came with some highly overpriced Zip-ties..
  11. I am wondering kind of the same thing.. Tomo I need to break out the heat gun and test the plastic. If it is acrylic then it will polish itself nice, shiny and scratch free with the heat if not it might just melt.. Will be watching this thread..
  12. Seems kinda high in price. I have seen the engine go for as low as 1000 and tranny like 750..
  13. I like the fact that there is an air plane in the pics...
  14. I suggest buy some Nissan silicon and not the permatex stuff.. I could see and feel the difference between the two.
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