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Okay now this build gets going! Went over to visit with Dave at Rebello to discuss them building a motor for me after I got the paint job completed later this year. He originally suggested I do a 2150cc motor to save money (still $$$) but after we kept talking about my goals and how I would be drivi...
- 19 May 2017 12:38
- Forum: Technical - Archive
- Topic: The L Series Header List
- Replies: 36
- Views: 2837
Stopped by Rebello's today and chatted with Dave for a while. He really likes the one built by Bill's Datsun (I had never heard of them). Here is the link to the website - http://www.billsdatsun.com/headers/#/new-page-2/. Talked to Bill this morning over the phone. $305 is the price which is very fa...
Been super busy with work and family recently. Had some time to "modify" the original trunk mat to fit the new trunk-mounted battery. Felt a little guilty with the first cut and I'm glad that I have a second trunk mat just in case. Happy with the outcome for sure though. http://i.imgur.com...
- 10 May 2017 07:29
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Billet exterior c-Pillar vents in the works
- Replies: 14
- Views: 290
And I just paid up to get a 1969 set.... Seriously it looks great! Interested in what a set would cost. Keep us in the loop...
I had mine mounted under the seat as well. Didn't last long....PITA everytime I needed to disconnect it. Plus started considering the bad scenarios of a tool rolling around and touching both the positive and negative at the same time or someone in the back seat kicking the battery...etc. Moved it to...
I've got a wire tuck on my next winter project list so would love some more details and pics of what was done and where the hole in the fender was drilled. So Matt or Byron, any good pics or details/tips?
Thanks for the kind words - I have completed more work on the car, now just need to upload pictures and write in the details. Knowing that even someone is following the build gives me some more motivation! It's likely that the tranny will be going in over the summer. Have already talked to Troy Ermi...
Quick update here and hopefully the advice from the experts. So after a lot of work sound deadening the car I was able to take it out for a drive. While quieter for sure, the issue I am dealing with is still there. Basically something happened when the STI differential and coilovers went in. I'm thi...
- 05 Mar 2017 20:48
- Forum: Featured Project Builds
- Topic: 1972 510 2dr --STRESS RELIEF--
- Replies: 966
- Views: 70772
Let me know if you find any extra of those little plastic trim pieces that attach to the pillar where the seat belt is. Couple of inches long attached with a single screw.
- 05 Mar 2017 11:27
- Forum: Project Builds
- Topic: Bert Vorgon's Spring Maintenance Project
- Replies: 123
- Views: 6315
Have had nothing but a positive experience with Porterfield R4-S pads. They brake fantastic dry or wet, don't squeal, and have minimal dust buildup. I run them on 280ZX front brakes and 200SX rear discs. Highly recommended!