These are my triple 40PHH Mikuni carby's that are for sale to suit a Nissan/Datsun L series 6 cyl.
They have been complety stripped, cleaned and rebuilt. Have custom made Ø36mm chokes and come with standard Ø32mm ones too.
The Cannon manifold has been ported to optimise flow.
Bolt on upgrade!!! Awesome bit of kit ;-)
First start up of Frankenstein L28 with triple Mikuni's
This is a second hand rebuilt L28 engine I picked up. It that has 2mm
oversize flat top Toyota pistons (hence "Frankenstein"), 74 deg cam,
re-curved mech advance electronic dizzy, extractors with 2.5" Exhaust and triple Mikuni carbies on a Cannon
manifold. This is the first start up of it once installed and the tuning is
up the shit, but at least it ran. The smoke is from the Exhaust paint curing and is no big deal, looks
bad but that is normal for the paint to bake on.
Stay tuned for more video's once its finished and running properly.
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 ;)
3.1L 240Z triple weber carb tuning (w/ new Stahl headers)
A collection of short clips / butt Dyno runs while tuning the
triple Webers on my 3.1L 240Z. Open Exhaust. Unfortunately, I didn't have the
benefit of an O2 sensor / AFR. All in all, I was pretty pleased with the
final results, the new headers have really opened up the head's flow
potential. Sounds good, too! :)
Datsun L28 Stroker - Pt2
With more tuning it now makes 350FWHP at little over 7000rpm.
Build by www.lescollinsracing.com/
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...
Prime & first start up of my new Nissan / Datsun L30, running triple 44PHH Mikuni carb's
Specs of my PMC assembled L28 (now L30) race motor-
* F54 block, race prepped
* P90 head, PMC porting
* Brand new 44PHH Mikuni carb's (Ø40mm choke)
* JE domed forged Ø89mm pistons
* Spool forged rods, 140mm long
* TWM inlet manifold and cold air intake
* ATI harmonic balancer
* Wade cam. PMC spec, 76° 0.59 lift
* Race prepped crank
* Recurved and mechanised Dizzy
* High volume oil pump
* ARP everything
* Stewart Wilkins adjustable cam gear, valve springs and high sided
* AEM O2 wideband
* Lurchos baffled and winged sump
* NC block girdle
* Genie extractors/headers with 2.5" Exhaust
There maybe more, but can't think of it right now.
Now keep in mind, this is not finished!
untuned and unmuffled idle, 240Z 3.1 stroker
Quick demo of the new race headers (Stahl), at no point does the engine rev
above 3k rpm (despite how it sounds at 1:25). Other coincident upgrades
include titanium valve spring retainers, single valve springs (outer
springs only) that the cam was profiled for, and a crank/damper/flywheel
balance for 10,000 rpm.
And yes, that's coolant on the ground during the idle portion. Evidently I
didn't tighten one of the thermocouple housings all the way. Oops.
Between moving and other logistical challenges, I barely had the time to
get the new race motor installed and minimally operational before sticking
it back in the trailer for 6 months of storage, after which the engine
450hp LS1 1978 Datsun 280Z
One of the coolest imports I've had the opportunity to see in action, this
extremely streetable 1978 Datsun 280z takes it's first trip to the drag
strip to do some testing. The car has an LS1 with heads, cam, and FAST
intake manifold putting down around 450 wheel horsepower! Best 1/8 mile
time was 7.11 for the night.
Datsun L-series Valve Adjustment
I did these videos several years ago. I had previously only put them up on
my photobucket account and then on Ratsun.net. I just came across them
again, so I thought I'd combine them and post them to youtube. Not sure
about the vid quality from the old camera, but it should still be helpful.
Further tune up info I posted on Ratsun a few days ago