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I have an early 1971 Z with four-bolt round-top carbs. I am rebuilding both carbs. I was told by a number or sources that the Walker 15566 was the right kit. Imagine my surprise when I compared the provided float needle and seat to the original. It was about 0.25-inches shorter than the original, or at least the one that has been installed for at least 20 years! The shorter assembly would not allow the float height to be set correctly. Is this the wrong kit or am I missing something? I did pick up some OEM braided hoses for the connecting the float bowl to the body of the carb. Can anyone confirm that the originals were in-fact braided? Where do I go from here? Dann
Anyone interested in buying my 1971 240Z V8. Some of the details are: 383 SBC Stroker Motor (est. HP 400-450) with aluminum heads, roller rockers and lifters, Turbo 350 Auto Trans with B & M Manual Shifter, Edelbrock Victor Jr. Intake with a Holley 770 Street Avenger Carb (vacuum secondaries), Edelbrock High Capacity Water Pump, Aluminum Radiator. Custom Interior with newly recovered bucket seats, Custom console with full array of Auto Meter Gauges, Datsun newly rebuilt R200 Open Rear with 3:70 gears, New Tires, 4 wheels disc brakes, Eibach Progressive Rate Springs, New floor and trunk, 16 gal fuel cell and rear mounted battery plus much more. Many of the parts I have listed are NEW. I have some pictures posted on my Gallery under Z8Chevy. The car is located in San Diego, Ca. and I am asking $22,500. I would not classify this car as a daily driver but it's fun to take it to shows and blow the doors off of upstart Mustang and Vette owners.
Hello, Anyone in Pennsylvania near either State College (my hometown) or Pottstown (my summer home) with experience willing to let me come help them out, or to help me out occasionally? I know a little. I've had my '71 240z for about a year and I've done whatever needed done, but now that I want to start doing things that don't NEED done I'm unsure of where to start... Anything anyone can do to help would be greatly appreciated Thank you, Renee