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2.8L Triple Webers

Just a little fun video. 1st part is during a cruise thru The Valley of Fire near Las Vegas, the 2nd part was shot to show the Exhaust sound and LACK of valve train noise...


 


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Triple Weber DCOE's Launch
An old clip of my race prepped high compression L28, during testing with my 45mm DCOE's After a summer of tuning, I determined that my set of 40mm DCOE's were the best match, and the car was 3 tenths of a second quicker 0-60 with them.





1970 Datsun 240Z/L28- 7000rpm in first three gears - triple Weber 40DCOEs
Watch for the surprise at the end (!)...didn't get pulled though. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjpmkfdnNvI for the same engine with SU carbs...which is a 1983 F54 L28 w/P90 turbo head, 10:1 compression, 15lb flywheel. The engines sound similar but the Webers have much more torque than the SUs, pull very hard in 1st and 2nd and easily to 7,000 in 3rd. I have a Centerforce 2 clutch now which make changing gears a tick slower compared to my earlier video however. The car is definitely faster through each gear with solid power to redline.





1970 Datsun 240Z/L28- 7000rpm in first three gears
F54 L28 w/P90 turbo head, SU carbs, 10:1 compression, 15lb flywheel. Exhaust is a 6-1 header with 2 1/2" pipe...a Magnaflow XL #12616 on the rear. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSYh69ea-x8 for the same run with triple Weber 40DCOEs.





Datsun 280Z - 3.1L Stroker Starts - New Jets
Here is a new video of the Z starting. I got the jetting worked out and the ITG's on. I took it for it's first successful drive tonight. That video will be up shortly.





Datsun 240z 196hp though SU carbs. MSA Z-Bash 2011
1972 Datsun 240z on the Dyno at the Motorsport Auto Z-Bash 2011. Made 196hp though SU carbs. Dyno pull stopped at 6300rpm but the car is built to run upwards of 7500rpm. Drove straight off the street, no tuning, 100+ degree air temp.





240Z 3.1L Bore L28 Triple Carb Dyno Run --- 181.7rwhp
http://www.zsport.com -- Datsun 240Z with 3.1L Bore L28 Triple Carbs on our Dynapack System at Z Sport Racing. Also has good sized SSR Longchamp wheels, those are hard to come by in wider sizes with negative offsets!





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.





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 Exhaust.





Mustangs for lunch
240z (L28 Triple Mikuni 5 spd) @ Sebring: NASA HPDE3, second session of the day on June 20, 2009. Starring Gee-Force Z spider :)





1973 Datsun 240Z, Bahrain
A little vid of my FairladyZ after installing the triple Mikuni Carbs 40phh. She is a 1973 240z with an L28, ported E88 head, Monza Headers, Shnider Cam, Custom Exhaust and MSD ignition. It's an ongoing project and more goodies on their way ;)





Fairlady 240z RB26DETT initial startup
Datsun 240z fairlady RHD RB26DETT built forged motor with HKS 2530 twins Built and assembled by Vildini Motorsport: www.vildinimotorsport.com





L Series 240Z Datsun Race Engine building featuring Peter MacDonald
On a recent auszcar workshop day i filmed Peter Mac explaining L series camshaft timing.





1972 Datsun 240Z run. (One last good time before I sold it)
Right before I sold it... Clicking noise is a leak in the balancing tube (welded day after this video) Some sloppy shifts due to slack in the rear end and un-adjusted clutch with cracked clutch arm bracket. I loved/love this car! So much fun to drive...





Datsun 280Z w/ L28 3.1L Stroker and Triple Webers
Here is a short video of the Z starting. Just got the idle working right tonight where before it wouldn't idle down. Throttle response is good though it goes lean. I have new jets coming to solve that issue. Sorry for the crappy video. Can't find the cable I needed and so I had to use some 3rd party app to rip it. For whatever reason, it didn't do widescreen.





240z vs Rx7
This was the third session of the day in HPDE3 on April 25, 2010. We saw this Rx7 zipping around all weekend and finally caught up with it. Both drivers were testing their limits and it was quite exciting being in the car and experiencing this "battle" firsthand. Gee-Force Z spider got a good workout too. Until next time little blue Rx7!





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