Datsun 260Z first start after rebuild 720p
In this video i give you a quick look at the motor being dropped into my
Datsun 260Z and the first start up after sitting lifeless for more then 26
years! Also i take it for a drive!
Thanks to Dallas from the video series " I Blame Chip Foose" for all the
helpful advice! & the guys at Motorsport Auto!
Thanks for watching and please leave a comment! & SUBSCRIBE!!
360HP STAR ROAD DATSUN FAIRLADY S30Z WALKAROUND
Come and take a closer look at Star Road's insane L28 powered S30Z Fairlady
that is literally the perfect mix of both the old and new schools. I walk
you around the car, showing you the immense amounts of detail that have
gone into it. It is currently developing a screaming naturally aspirated
360hp, revs to 8000rpm and includes one of the most impressive engine bays
you will ever see including a special custom carburettor/injection setup
that is monitored by MoTec engine management and a full Defi system.
You would struggle to find a better modern take on a classic like the
Fairlady anywhere else on the planet.
Visit their perfection here ---- www.starroad.co.jp
And visit www.7tune.com for more information, videos and photos of this
Spotted: A pair of 240Z, go-fast Fairladys
May I present to you, a pair of 240Z Fairladys. That sounded like a
question, didn't it? I guess that did too.
So, two, race-tuned Fairladys who race/have raced at Autopolis in Oita
Prefecture in Kyushu. They look to have/had the goods, if you ask me.
For pictures & more information on this car be sure to visit
Datsun L28 Stroker - Pt2
With more tuning it now makes 350FWHP at little over 7000rpm.
Built by www.lescollinsracing.com/
(Part 3) FAIRLADY Z MONSTER 3.1 TRIPPLE MIKUNI CARBIES
CAR is at Edward Lee's Japanese Auto Centre phone 0297440539
1976 Fairlady Z S30 3.1 Stroker L28 with tripple Solex/Mikuni carbie setup,
electronic ignition, overfenders, 15 inch Watanabies
My Datsun 260z IS SICK # 1
The first in a series of three videos! Take a look at my 1974 Datsun 260z.
It sat in a garage for over 25 years,now is seized from sitting for so
I've cleaned and polished a few things so far and on Jan 1st i'll be
pulling the motor to do a complete rebuild. So if you have a Z car or have
a liking for them let me know i'm always interested in why people like to
restore older classics cars and motors of any type.
I will continue posting so you can see the progress. :)
Your comments are appreciated and i'll try to be a little more animated.
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
C6 Z06 vs LS1 280z
Stock 2011 Z06 vs 280z with heads/cam/intake
The Z ran 7.11 in the 1/8 the night before, approx 450whp
Fairlady Z Build Updates
Today I thought I would update the couple of guys subscribed to my channel
with an update on the car. I just had it painted so I thought it was about
due for another video.
Updates in this video,
New Paint in Gloss
More updates are still to come.
I have bought a new centre console and gear shift boot, and a whole lot
more, but for today, take a look at the new gloss Hiroshima Screama.
Check out my new online blog for regular photos and news updates.
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)