Datsun 240z, '71. 300hp, Highly Modified, L28et
Price: US $5,000.00 Item location: Mission Viejo, California, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Datsun
- Model: Z-Series
- Year: 1971
- Mileage: NA
- VIN: HLS30-27015
- Color: Gray
- Engine size: L28et
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Options: CD Player
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1971 Datsun Z-Series1971 Datsun 240z. Highly modified
I am moving to the east coast for work and will not have room for her anymore. I have had her since 2000, nd have steadily upgraded since then. She was my daily driver until 8 years ago, nd since has been garaged and only driven formaintenancepurposes.She runs just fine, nd is a lot of fun! Her ride has been described by my friends and family as a "go-cart with a jet-engine". She was dyno'd when I built the engine at 307HP and 319 ft-lbs of torque. If you are in the Southern Calfiornia area, recommend you come visit the car. Here are the details:
Engine: 2.8L L28et inline six, urbo
F54 Block:JE gapless, .2:1 CR, ished pistons + rings,Pluged oil filter bypass, nd taped front oil galley plug.Turbo oil pump with stiffer spring (80-90psi cold)
P90 Cylinder Head:Crane custom ground Turbo cam6 way ajustable valve timing sprocket
Fuel & Ignition System:
SDS FullyadjustableindependentFI + Ignition controlSDS 3 bar MAP, ater temp, ir charge temp, PS, nd HALL crank sensors. Custom 3/8" fuel lineWalbro 255 fuel pumpAeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator (boost referenced) 30-70PSI, ith fuel pressure gauge &Custom Fuel RailMercedes Benz 4.5L Bosch 450cc InjectorsSDS crank sensor ignition (fully ajustable)MSD A6 ignition triggered by the SDS
Forced Induction & Exhaust
T3/T4 Super 60 H trim (built by turbo city). Currently at 16psi of boost, nd kick's in around 2500 rpm.K&N 9" FI filterSupra MKIV Intercooler, ith custom welded 2.5" steel plumbing & silicone couplingsHKS racing BOVStock downpipe3" welded exhaust plumbing to Magnaflow straight-pipe muffler
stock L24 flywheeldual diagram clutch with semi-metallicdisk material79' 280zx 5 speed3.7 R200 differential from a Z31Custom built, igh torsional strength drive-shaftw/ spicer U-joints82' NAhalf-shafts15", " wide custom wheels225 50 R15 tiresSolid steel differential mount (L24et was tearing stock mount)
Front: Toyota 4X4 Calipers w/300zx vented rotors. stock toyota pads.Rear: Original drum breaks
Suspension and chassis
Tokiko 5-way ajustable shocksCustom 250 lbs-inch springs by Arizona ZCARFront and rear swaybars from Motorsport Auto
Autometer boost gaugeAutometer 8k street pro tachRear speaker panel with oval speakers. Amplifier and CD/MP3 deckCustom ignition Panel with ON, CC, nd push-button starter.
EXTRA STUFF, omes with car but not installed:- TENZO racing seats. They just need an adapter rail (~$100) to be installed.- Hood bra- Misc. parts and tools which I no longer need.
I want to make clear some items which may not be readily evident unless you witness the car:- The car has an INCREDIBLE amount of torque, nd does not have traction in first gear, nd part way through second. I would recommend an LSD.- Car has not been registered for the past 8 years.Recentlyreceiveda quote from the DMV for $600 to bring it up to date. I can either register it prior to purchase or you can deduct $600 from the purchase price. Title is in-hand.- The keys and alarm remote was lost during my last move. Car can still be started up just fine, ut I recommend a new set of locks and possibly an alarm remote.- The car was painted back in 2003, ut has since started chipping/peeling in some areas.- Car was backed into when parked, nd has moderate damage to the nose of the hood and the bumper- The driverside seat stitching is coming undone.- The fuel gauge, mpmeter, il gauge, nd temperature gauges do not work- The valve guide dynamic seals are old and leaking. As typical, he engine will burn oil when rev'd from idle due to oil leaking past he seals. seals should be replaced.- The tires, lthough not worn, re old and have begun to harden. As such, raction is not optimal. Tires should be replaced.- Although the car is running fine, do not recommend this car for a non-mechanic or mechanical enthusiast, s this isdefinitelya hobby car.- Someone broke into the car once, nd stole the CD player at the time, nd the SDS fuel management terminal. CD player was replaced. You can buy the terminal for a few hundred bucks from SDS. I have not needed to modify the fuel management system for the past 8 years.