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    https://www.monotaro.sg/g/00537851/ heres a couple of part numbers to google KFL-141Y KFL-161YS KFL-161Y
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    New Zed Interiors

    Yeah I agree. I got mine from Rob at Z Factory and couldn't be happier.
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    New Zed Interiors

    You could also try Rob at the ZFactory for the seat covers - a very accurate reproduction and they fitted my seats very well. http://www.zfactory.com.au/price-lists.html
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    I thought you had fitted an LSD...
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    1972 Datsun 240Z Coupe $34,000 New Farm, QLD https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/new-farm/cars-vans-utes/1972-datsun-240z-coupe/1212876429 240Z Original numbers ,L24 engine rebuilt by SMART engineering approx 5 years ago.(receipts). Tyres 90%, new shocks all round, rack overhauled,new radiator, old one in box and inc. Many spares come with car. MSD7 and Tach convertor currently reg. sell unreg
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    Hi jeff as stated in rly240 post the series connection through the induction coil was the original method but if the tacho has had the 280zx mod then the internals of the tacho could have ad the extra mod by inserting a pc board which made the induction setup obsolete. this mod allows better response and only requirers the pulse from the module if that has been done cooections to the tacho is a positive ,negative and pulse with the series induction coil not connection and the wiring to it opened circuited therefore no return circuit to the dizzy was required cheers phil
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    Home Built Z 'full Video Build'

    If it's a 240z tach then the power feed for the coil is actually looped trough an induction pickup externally on the tacho. The power feed still comes from an ignition switched source so if you're desperate to start it then you can power the coil from any ignition switched source.
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