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 http://community.ratsun.net/topic/47680-help-210-wagon-shuts-off-when-put-i n-gear/#entry768912 Like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/bluehandsvideo Check out our products! http://www.bluehandsinc.com Behind-the-scenes look at what we do! http://www.bluehandsvideo.com
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 retainers * 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!
New Nissan / Datsun L series, triple 44 PHH Mikuni carb's. In 2 seater 280ZX. Test and tune (1)
Running in of the new L30 engine, triple 44 PHH Mikuni carb's. Driving it to and from work, with a bit of a commentary. Can't wait to do a better video through the hills or on the track. Please see other video for full specs.
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! :)