450hp LS1 1978 Datsun 280Z
One of the coolest imports I've had the opportunity to see in action, this
extremely streetable 1978 Datsun 280z takes it's first trip to the drag
strip to do some testing. The car has an LS1 with heads, cam, and FAST
intake manifold putting down around 450 wheel horsepower! Best 1/8 mile
time was 7.11 for the night.
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
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
My Datsun 280z car build
A compilation of videos and photos from the last 3 years of building my
Datsun 280Z. I've dreamed for so long about driving this thing and now I
its better than I could have imagined. Burnout at the end too!
70 Double Blown GTO
My 1970 GTO with two blowers. It's 474ci Pontiac engine with a 8-71 blower
on top of a 6-71 blower. This is from the last day of being double blown.
I'm going to one single 8-71 blower and going racing. The front clip was
removed to make it easier to work on. The reason for the double blowers was
not as a power enhancement like many ASSume. I stacked the blowers to have
a car that stood out in the crowd. Most Pro Street cars were starting to
blend together. If you seen one, you had seen them all. That wasn't the
case with this GTO. Al someone had to say was "The double blower GTO" and
people knew which car. I was told it couldn't be done, so I attempted it
and it worked. It stayed that way for almost 2 years. I knew a twin turbo setup would make more HP. I knew I could
have run a 14-71 blower and made more power. That wasn't the point. I
wanted to be different than the other cars in the parking lot, I did that
now it's time to ove on. For all those people who don't understand why,
I'm not going to try and explain it to you anymore. Get over it. I didn't
expect EVERYONE to love it. But you won't forget it.
My Boys Nissan 240 w/ V8 Swap "Japanese Muscle"
My boy called me this morning telling me he got the 240 running. He did a
V8 Swap from a Infiniti. My boy drifts so this is his drifting car. He got
a TON of money in this thang. This is lowered on some SSR wheels the rear
wheels have a 12" lip, all the wiring has been snatched out and re done
with painless wiring and painless switch board. EVERYTHING on this car was
built or fabricated by my boy. This Car was Built Not Bought. I dare any
box chevy, Camaro, Mustang, whatever pull up.
1977 Datsun 280Z 5-Speed Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1977 Datsun 280Z. I take
viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while
showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues
to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start
it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of
this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the
Z Car History
Brief history lesson on the Datsun/Nissan Z car.
- 240Z: The beginning, Z car history & origins.
- 280ZX: Black & Gold 10th Anniversary Edition.
- 300ZX Z31: Significant racing victories & record sales.
- 300ZX Z32: Nissans pinnacle achievement, that almost sent them bankrupt.
- Nissan 350Z: The modern reinvention of the Z car.
1972 Fairlady 240 Z
Lance Lambert from The Vintage Vehicle Show visits the Datsun Heritage
Museum in Murrieta, California. Here he looks at a 1972 Fairlady 240Z (same
as Datsun 240Z outside the U.S.) with the museum's director, Fred Jordan,
who was also the manager of the first Datsun dealership in the United
The late Fred Jordan, who started up this Datsun Museum, gave erroneous
information as has been stated here a multitude of times. The museum has
closed. We keep the video up so people can view the car. The correct info
on the car has been posted numerous times here. Please don't waste our time
telling us the info is incorrect; instead we welcome your comments about
the car and any correct information you wish to provide.