Datsun 240z with l24 beating a Honda S2000 at drag race

stock s2000 vs my datsun 240z with stock l24block, stock clutch, stock flywheel with maxima head and schneider cam, su carbs, open diff, skinny $30 china all season tires on stock steel rims. Dyno tuned by me with wideband with my own hand made header back 3" Exhaust. makes about 140+ hp to the wheels. 20 more than stock... i know, nothing special.... :) Hit me up if you want side work done on your z. 760-315-2372

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