Datsun 260z exhaust. Megan racing muffler

Video i made of m '75 Datsun 260z with a megan racing muffler. Love the inline 6 sound

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My '74 Datsun 260Z with F54/P90, Flowmaster 40 Startup Vid
My 74 260 running after P90 head swap. F54/P90, flat top carbs (!!) with all smog removed, 6-1 header, 2.5 Exhaust, no cat , Flowmaster stainless 40. It's a side inlet, center out (842541), but it hung down, so I flipped it. It sounds exactly the same backwards as it does frontwards, so no worries. For anyone getting ready to vent on flat tops, don't bother. I switched from my round tops because these run the same (better!) whether you're in the gas or on the brakes due to the integrated, identical fuel bowls, with centered floats. They also have sight glasses, an easier way to set the idle mix and speed, and a much better choke and accelerator pump. Racers all ran these because they were better, street drivers hated them because they didn't understand that it was the smog crap making the cars run so terrible. As you can see, my opinion is pretty solid, so don't bother trying to change it. I'll be running these until I set it up for EDIS and MS III injection.





Datsun 280z Exhaust
A friend and I shot this as part of a bigger video, but I thought it'd be cool to share this as the audio quality of the Exhaust note is quite nice. The car is a 1977 Datsun 280z with a 4 speed manual. The Exhaust is a 6-2-1 header into a V-banded 2.5 inch system back to a Magnaflow muffler. This was shot on a GoPro Hero3 Black Edition. Setting: 1080P @ 30FPS, Wide angle, ProTune ON Enjoy!





Datsun 260z exhaust sound
My car with 2,5 inch stainless Exhaust. Simons midsilencer and Invidia rear silencer. Build myself. The second time i started the car after it has been rebuild for over 14 months without the engine been started





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) Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious




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