My 1973 Datsun 240z running at the RaceLegal 1/8 mile drags at Qualcomm stadium. Experimental build high compression L28 engine running modified SU carbs. Consistently ran 8.8 ET passes at about 80mph trap. Very limited traction on street tires.
4.7 Dakota vs. Datsun 240Z 350 V8
My buddies 75' Datsun 240z w/ 350 chevy V8 vs. My 03' Dakota 4.7 with
bolt-ons. Sorry my friend who videotaped was talking a little too much in
the beginning and end. Enjoy though.
Turbo LS1 V8 Datsun 240Z drag racing
I just recently finished installing my 4.8L truck motor in my datsun 240z.
Also with a borgwarner S475 turbo. And a
TH350 trans. First night out with the new motor. not bad.
Datsun 240z and 260z
Some of my favorite pictures i have of the S30 chassis 240z and 260z
Guru Josh Project - Infinity Copyright Infinity Records 1989.
If anyone knows if i did the copyright wrong let me know so i can change it
1972 Datsun 240Z L24 E88
I LOVE my car! and i've had a lot of fun doing all the work myself (but i
didn't mount the tires).
.020 overbore, dual roundtop SU carbs, ported high-compression e88 head
with 260Z cam, pertronix ignition, crane cams fireball coil, msd 6a, 6to1
header with 2.5" Exhaust and Dyno muffler, custom k&n
intake and breather, 280Z 5 speed transmission
momo steering wheel, old school recaro seats, custom subwoofer box with 2
infinity 6x9, custom 6" kickpanel speakerboxes, sony head unit
coilovers, new clutch master/slave cylinders, new brake lines and master
cylinder, shaved emblems, ace hardware front lip spoiler, rolled fenders,
angeleye headlights, 14" Shelby 5 slot mags, 215/60/14 (front), 235/60/14
(rear) BF Goodrich Radial T/A
Datsun-260Z-RB25DET At The Dyno
-engine - 1974 Datsun 260Z with RB25DET engine.
1971 Datsun 240Z Dual SU Powered 2.9L Screaming down the Interstate
This is my "slightly" Modified 71 240Z with bored out Dual SU's and a
2.9LThis Z has run a best time of 12.804 @ 107.26 mph at Rockingham Dragway
on normal street tires. even though it is LOUD, the Exhaust is VERY RESTRICTIVE as it was done with
crush bends instead of Mandrel bends so when I'm at the track I drop the Exhaust with one hanger bolt at the back
of the car and slide it all out in one piece. This run was done with a 3.54
rear end I have 4.11 in it now.