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I recently completed upgrading my Z and was left with some left over parts. Tokico Illuminas with less than 1000 miles on them. Upgraded to coilovers and found one of the shocks was blown. Selling the 3 good ones with a set of Eibach Pro Springs. Asking 400 OBO Datsun Comp Intake Ceramic Powder Coat Ported out to 45mm on carb side. No Linkage. SOLD Arizona Z Car Steering Knuckles- Brand new. Attempted to install but found out that they are not compatible with Techno Toy front suspension. SOLD 10mm Spacers SOLD Here is your chance to get rid of points. Dizzy was on m
Hey friends. So I was finally putting in a new set of points for the Distributor I've restored and cleaned up... and while flipping through the FSM pages, I came across the distributor weight governor springs portion- and something is off here. The distributor I have is an Emissions Control spec D612-52 model, as opposed to the D606-52. I believe it is the original one that came on this Jan 1970 car. They differ slightly, the D612- as far as I can tell, has distributor cap clamps that are two piece, and use a small bracket that holds them onto the body of the distributor- one
I've seen some walk throughs(mustangs..) that show that this has a plastic gauge to set the gap, but mine didn't come with that. has anyone installed one of these systems>? (this is actually on my '72 skyline, not a Z, but i bought a Z ignitor.. they don't make one for the skyline) My L20 engine is pretty much the same as the Z, just smaller.
Like the title says, I've given up. Over the past 2 years or so, I've wasted a pile of time trying to get electronic ignition into my 240Z. And I've failed. I could never get anything working well enough that I could be happy with it. I've tried two different ZX distributors, a total of three different E12-80 modules, a Pertronix ignitor in the stock 240Z distributor, and four different coils (original 240Z, original ZX, new aftermarket ZX & 3.0Ω Pertronix). It's worth noting that all three of the distributors I've tried had good vacuum advance units and no slop in the shaft bushings. Good