Luvemfast, A twincam head would have them screaming out "NO WAY"
It really wasnt sold new like that, or was it?
Was it a dealer fitted option on a new car? The HEC and CAMS rules bsically state that "competion variants" are not allowed, the twinkie head is deemed a "competion variant"
Benji, that wheel info I have, it is good 'cos it does show genuine Nissan Part Numbers, and, I already have a full set of these original factory wheels, that I run on my Datsun Sports 2000 in some events.
If I can show that certain items such as vented brakes, 4 piston calipers, rear discs and calipers and wider rims were able to be fitted by a dealer, and,
(these items would not have upset the EPA/Pollution Emmissions guys, like triple Mikuni's would have, ) then I have a chance to get them approved.
My Group Sc 280 injected has almost enough oomph, ie I can stay alongside the 911 Posches and the 351 cubic inch De Tomaso Pantera, but I run out of brakes, and do not have rim width, these guys have massive rims, and massive ventilated brakes fitted as standard, or as optional by their dealers, I just need to prove a Datsun Dealer SOMWHERE in the WORLD fitted big brakes and big rims to the Zeds, especially the late USA 280z injected model!
Ie some obscure USA or Canadian dealer that was motorsports orientated/enthusiast, and supplied new cars with these items, and had Dealer paperwork/letterheads showing this, or something like this, with part numbers and prices as a total for a new car.
Something like, "Hello San-Francisco Bay Area Datsun Dealer, I'm Clint Eastwood, and I wanna buy me a Zee car with big brakes and big wheels, man, but, I dont wanna upset the EPA boys, with big carbies, well, I feel lucky punk, git me a Zee car"
please keep info/suggestions coming.