Here is my 1972 datsun 240z walkaround
Engine is an l28 motor with n42 bock and n42 head.Head work includes cam,stainless steel racing valves,Port and polish.The block has flatop pistons bored .75 over. Other work includes electronic ignition, Ztherapy su carbs,msa headers, 2 1/2 inch Exhaust all the way to a magnaflow muffler.
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In the latest episode of our Heroes Humbled? series, we pit the Datsun 240Z
against the innovative Nissan Leaf.
1973 Datsun 240Z, Bahrain
A little vid of my FairladyZ after installing the triple Mikuni Carbs
40phh. She is a 1973 240z with an L28, ported E88 head, Monza Headers,
Shnider Cam, Custom Exhaust and MSD
ignition. It's an ongoing project and more goodies on their way ;)
Dare to Be Different in a Datsun 240Z
Owner Dave Scholz, shares his connection with a Japanese cult classic that
could easily be regarded as the 911 of Japan. Its iconic beauty, modular
mechanics, and desirability inspired Dave to heed to Datsun's famous racing
campaign of the '70s, "Dare to be different."
American heads spun when the 1970s ultimately snuffed out their beloved horsepower-drunk
muscle cars. As the world watched them squirm for performance, Japan was
busy developing the 240Z to bring a new thrill to American roads using
balance, harmony, and technology.
"Datsun didn't invent the overhead cam engine, or disc brakes, or
independent suspension but it has a habit of incorporating these
sophisticated systems into brilliantly conceived and easily affordable
cars." (Car and Driver; June, 1970)
1972 Datsun 240Z run. (One last good time before I sold it)
Right before I sold it...
Clicking noise is a leak in the balancing tube (welded day after this
video) Some sloppy shifts due to slack in the rear end and un-adjusted
clutch with cracked clutch arm bracket.
I loved/love this car! So much fun to drive...
The Datsuns' 'Supergyration' & S30 Z-Car Tribute
Fasten your seat belt and get ready to haul ass. S30 Z cars own the road
on the track, street and strip.
This music is not my property and is being presented here for entertainment
purposes only. 'The Datsuns' are a popular hard rock band from New Zealand
who debuted in the year 2000. 'Supergyration' is one of their earliest
songs, which was also released as a hit single.
For more information about The Datsuns, please visit their website:
3.1L 240Z vs. the Ozark Mountains
Some [conservative] horseplay in my 1971 3.1L 240Z before putting my new
race motor away for the winter. This is NOT a performance driving video,
just some fun on an awesome road.
This is first time I've driven the road, so I'm a little more confident
after 3:00. (I found it on Google Earth then trailered my car there.)
Some highlights, since it's not exactly a concise video:
1:55 downhill stretch, crossing Beaver Lake
2:40 more aggressive driving begins
4:00 scared myself a bit
4:40 traffic encountered
5:00 engine vs. open highway
Referenced walk-around video of my L6 motor:
RB25DET Datsun 240z (RB28) 1 of 3
Breaking in the new RB28 drivetrain that will go into the Behemoth
1 of 3
My 240z on the dyno at Z bash
BTW i have an update video with the 3.1L installed. Just search "240z 3.1L
Stroker (Beta Build)"
I put down a max of 130.5rwhp and torque at about 135ish. L24 tripple 44s
240Z FLAT OUT RUN
Full race spec NIssan L28 Motor(3.1 liter Injection)
6-1 Cyclone Headers(Hand bend)
S15 SILVIA 6 Speed Mission
Datsun 240Z Turbo SR20det powered - Do not drink and drive! - Kahur Films
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A short movie about Andre's big love and Datsun 240Z
This film is fiction and not based on reality!
Don't try this at home!
Do not drink and drive!
No Datsun nor Taunus harmed
More info about Datsun 240z sr20det:
"A Love That Will Last" by Renee Olstead (Cover) by rdamar is licensed
under a Creative Commons License
"Aganon" by Itachi Mounir Zouaoui is licensed under a Creative Commons