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Post by heirfaus » 15 May 2006 15:09

Ok so how many times has someone asked about a part or where to get it. I think it's about time someone made this thread so I will. Please list like this

Part Name, Part Number, Vendor or Store(if available)

Some stores use unigue part numbers so that is why I listed the store.

Please don't talk about BBQ's, meets, your new swap, or anything else. It can be hard to find what you are looking for with all that. That way if anyone needs a part number or find out where to get something, then they can quickly scan this thread and find what they need without sifting through all the different threads with comments and conversations where what they need is buried 4 pages deep in some remote post.

And rather than filling this thread with involved questions you can just PM whoever posted it if you need more info.
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RE: Part Numbers

Post by heirfaus » 15 May 2006 15:10

I'll start

280zx front brake anti rattle clips
BeckArnley, 084-0925, Autozone approx 9.00 USD
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Post by hang_510 » 15 May 2006 15:47

roadster pressure plate # 30210-20111 @ nissanparts.cc
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Post by Yellowcar » 15 May 2006 21:58

Griffin aluminium radiator (updated link to only show one radiator)
http://store.summitracing.com/partdetai ... toview=sku
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Post by Yellowcar » 15 May 2006 22:02

200 MM Fidanza aluminium flywheel for a 6 bolt l series crank (L20 TO Z24)
fidanza #143121 for a 77-79 200sx with an L20b (use with roadster clutch and PP)

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Post by heirfaus » 21 May 2006 14:07

The tach adapter for use with MSD or Mallory type msd boxes, or things like that to make your factory tach work.

MSD-8920 $49 USD

Both from Summit Racing
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Post by Byron510 » 21 May 2006 18:41

New ignition switch, electrical contacts component (behind the key tumbler).

Standard Ignition Parts - P/N US120 - $45 Cdn

I have no idea what the OEM Nissan part is worth, but just bought this for the Rally car because of its availability.
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Post by heirfaus » 30 May 2006 22:58

The cable for throttle cable conversion


Brand is Lokar, Part Number: LOK-TC-1000HT
From summitracing.com

32.95USD
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Post by slodat » 31 May 2006 01:41

12 x 1.25 X 45.5mm wheel studs for 510, 280zx, Z31 rotors.

Napa Part number 641-2785
$1.99ea
'70 510 2 door
chopped '69 521

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Post by slodat » 31 May 2006 01:45

Rear brake hardware kit Napa 2262 about $15
Door hinge repair kit Napa 675-5157 $6

Moog-

Tie Rod Ends:
Driver Inner ES489R
Driver Outer ES487L
Pass Inner ES486L
Pass Outer ES483R
Links ES458S
Ball Joints K9011

Energy Suspension:
control arm bushings (7-3106G)
T/C rod bushings (7-7102G)
tie rod boots (9-13103G)
ball joint boots (9-13105G)
bump stops (7-6104G)
mustache bar (7-1104G)
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Post by 619sd510 » 31 May 2006 08:20

280ZX Turbo Head bolts Nissan Dealers:
Short 127 MM $3.43/each Part # 11056-P7600
Long 153 MM $4.30/each Part # 11059-P7600
Head Bolt Washer $.68/each Part # 11058-21001
Turbo Oil Pump Spring Inner $6.00 Part # 15133-E4620
Turbo Oil Pump Spring Outter $6.00 Part # 15133-22010

Outside Window Trim:
Right: 80820-N1601
Left: 80821-N1601

New Scuff/Kick Plates:
76951-A4000
76950-A4000

Tail Light Assemblies:
left side: 26555-21600
rightside: 26550-21600

Grilles:
SSS Grille: 62310-A9000
Original: 62301-A1100

OEM Dash Pad:
68210-A5400

Check parts at nissanparts.cc. If you call, some of the parts may not be available, but if you enter them in the parts number section, it says it will ship from up to 10 days. Not sure what this is about, but maybe if there is a big enough demand they will continue to stock these items.

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Post by heirfaus » 13 Jun 2006 21:57

EFI conversion stuff:

Bosch D-Jet injector connector(from VW dealership)
connector______________________443-906-231 3.90
wire inserts for connector_________000-979-105 3.68(requires one per connector)


Fuel Pressure Regulator
From 79 Nissan 280zx
Beck/Arnley____________________1580091 Approx. 45-50 USD
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Re: RE: Part Numbers

Post by cOiLoverKiD » 26 Jun 2006 20:56

Yellowcar wrote:Griffin aluminium radiator
http://store.summitracing.com/default.a ... search.asp
Which one?? $189 or $218? would this be suitable for VG conversion??

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Post by rnorrish » 26 Jun 2006 21:03

the $189 one should be just fine. hard to tell what's different with the $219... no pic, no description. I'm guessing it's slimmer and less capable.
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Post by cOiLoverKiD » 27 Jun 2006 17:08

hell yeah thanks rnorrish!!

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