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
Datsun 240Z at VIR (Virginia International Raceway) 10/11/2009
2 laps of VIR in a 1971 Datsun 240z. Car has 145 HP at the rear wheels
currently. My second track event here... HPDE 2 is the class I am running
with NASA. Tires are Kumho Victoracers. I drive to and from the track on
them. Brakes are 84 300ZX rotors all the way around with Toyota 4X4 front
calipers and 240SX rear calipers. Front pads are Hawk Blues. Rear are KVR
Datsun 240Z - Designa Køkken Rally Grand Prix 2012
Jørgen Hummeluhr - Designa Køkken Rally Grand Prix 2012
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hls30 rain drift water hp 200 denmark danmark kongensbro rally grand prix
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Here is another clip showing onboard footage taken from the 2009 National
Lube Sandown Historics.
This clip shows a 3.0L Porsche being hunted down and passed along with a
number of other vehicles.
Formula Ford Driver Luke Ellery is behind the wheel of the Melbourne Fire
Essentials Datsun 240Z.
Luke was driving the car as part of a development role for the owner, Matt
Car is running a 2.8 Engine (nearly on 2.9)
Lots of Camber.
Big Semi Slick tyres.
Skyline Disc Brakes.
Triple Weber Carbs.
The car has been given a new lease on life and is now running the high
performance National Lube oils throughout.
Datsun SPL 311 1600 (Fairlady)
By Miguel Caparros
In the early to mid 60's Datsun was the one on the move in the US market
while Toyota was still sleeping. Datsun was taking on the British car
industry head on as it recuperated from WWII. Datsun was one of the
companies that benefited from the leadership of W. Edwards Deming, Who was
chosen by Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (SCAP) was the title held
by General Douglas MacArthur during the Occupation of Japan following World
War II. I remember the first time I saw an SPL 311 and my reaction to it.
The quality of build seemed much better than the MG, Triumph or Alfa Romeo,
given the fact that much of the technology was under license from US and
Great Britain. As great as the quality of the mechanical aspects were
concerned, the quality of the interior vinyl and plastics left much to be
desire. In spite of that they slowly chipped away at the established
manufacturers with a product of superior mechanical quality and value for
the money spent.
The SPL 311 line finished in 1970 with the Datsun 2000, A car that had to
be taken very seriously as a performance sports car. But it was the follow
up that put the final nail in the coffin of the British dominance, the
Driving impression of the Datsun 1600 from 1968. First thing I noticed was
the size of the car, it felt bigger than an MG Midget but smaller than the
MGB. The controls and switch gear had a quality feel to it and the standard
Am Fm radio was completely integrated into the dash. Also well integrated
was the heating and ventilation levers and switches and they had a light
feel as opposed to some of the British cars that felt as if you were trying
to move a rail road track change lever with a tooth pick.
One stab of the gas pedal and a light pull of the choke and the car started
right up and the choke was not needed after a few seconds and the engine
settled to a smooth idle. The clutch was unusually light as was the shift
the lever. As I took off I could immediately sense that although the
steering was light it did not have the precision of the British rack and
pinion and the ride motion was both soft and choppy at the same time.
Getting on the power made me smile as the little 1600 had power equal to if
not better than the 1800 in the MGB. But it was the great feel of the
gearbox that got my attention. Both precise in movement and light in feel.
Taking it through my favorite set of twisties in Coral Gables It felt good
but not as well planted as an MGB or my own Alfa. But there was no question
in my mind that Datsun had a winner here, specially when you take into
consideration the price.
Z Project Part 5 AZC coilover suspension review
A quick initial review of the Arizona Z Car coilover suspension. These
coilovers fit 240z 260z 280z and also newer Nissans such as 180sx and
240sx. We purchased the entire suspension package including adjustable
camber plates, LCA's and tension rods. For more info look up
Fast 240Z slide at Phillip Island sept 2007
Is this Australias fastest under 3 litre naturally aspirated 240Z
Gordon Lovegroves 240 Z showing its capabilities at the Marque Sports
sprint meeting at Phillip Island September 2007.
And all on radial tyres as well.
Nissan Datsun Z "Fairlady Z" [Full Car Documentary]
Nissan Datsun Z Car Documentary
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