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432 Style Exhaust - Vertical Twin Tip - Brands and Where To Buy Fujitsubo Manifold Back Exhaust System (Manifold also available) Part Num: 750-15411 Manufacturer Website: https://www.fujitsubo.co.jp/prods/detail/000000000000000979/00000000000000002324/00000546 Purchase RHD Japan - https://www.rhdjapan.com/fujitsubo-legalis-r-exhaust-muffler-s30-gs30-hs30-hs30h.html White Head Performance - https://whiteheadperformance.com/product/fujitsubo-legalis-r-exhaust-system-datsun-240z-260z-280z-s30/ Nengun - https://www.nengun.com/fujitsubo/legalis-r-exhaust-system Spirit Garage Complete Exhaust Manufacturer Website: http://www.spiritgarage.com/product/138 Purchase Spirit Garage - direct through manufacturer (as above) RHD Japan - https://www.rhdjapan.com/spirit-garage-stainless-dual-muffler-exhaust-manifold-header-set-48mm-240zg-s30-s31.html Z Story Can purchase individual exhaust components separately (ie muffler / manifold / exhaust lines and cat) Direct Purchase From Manufacturer: http://www.datsun-zstory.com/echappements/mufflers-silencers/silencers-jdm-muffler/ Price List (as of 2017): http://www.datsun-zstory.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/TarifsWORLD.pdf Abarth Able to purchase separate components (ie muffler or manifold back system) Direct Purchase From Manufacturer: http://www.abarth-exhausts.com/datsun/ After some personal research trying to find the style of exhaust I was after, I thought I would share my findings. If anyone knows of other similar styles, please post below.
Hi All, My name is Lachy and I have been on this forum for a while. I have contemplated getting a Z car for 2 years, even kicked a few tyres and made a few offers (apologies for wasting anyone's time). But ultimately the prices for Z cars recently have been on the up and further out of my price range. So on a trip to North America I purchased a 280Z. The 280Z being automatic and a late model was relatively cheap even with importation fees. I hope to document the build, the process of importing a car into Australia and any issues encountered. Current build ideas; *Replace red indicator lenses with orange (to be road legal in Aus) *Get engineers approval and register *Remove massive 280Z bumpers and replace with leaner 240Z ones *Remove all the unnecessary trim from the side of the car *Rust repair *Repaint (red, white, grey or blue; haven't made up my mind yet) *Bullet fender mirrors *432 style rear spoiler *Watanabes *Fujitsubo exhaust *Manual conversion? *Carburettor conversion? I also chose to buy a cheap 280Z so I can learn some DYI restoration and other skills. I would hate to screw up something on a 240Z which is worth more as a rusty shell than I paid for this as a complete car. This 280Z I bought from a man and his wife from a town near Portland, Oregon. They had owned it for 30 years and were so excited to hear it was going to a special place overseas. Attached are pictures from the online advertisement in the USA.
Hi All, Before I take my 280Z to an auto electrician, thought I'd ask the forum for ideas. My side indicators (all 4) are not working, but the front and rear work fine. Also the signal lights on the dash light up fine (don't know if that is meaningful to my issue). I have checked all the bulbs in the side indicators and all the globes work. They are LED's, where as the front and rear are normal filament type bulbs. I have tried swapping one LED out with a new filament bulb, but that doesn't work either. I have tried a multimeter on the rear indicators and that showed an on/off style current as you would expect with an indicator (ie 12V for 1 sec, 0V for 1 sec...on, off, on, off). When I attached the multimeter to the side indicators I noticed that I get the on/off style current, but the voltage when on barely went past 0.7V before it went back to 0V. It seems that there is current going to the side indicators but not enough. Any ideas would be appreciated. Many thanks Lachlan
It's been a long time since I've had my hands on an old Datsun and I've been resisting the itch. Though I'm at a point now that I can take on another project! I am now looking to purchase an old Datsun 240z-280Z (2 seater or 2+2) to work on in my spare time from work. I'm happy to pay freight to get one interstate, but being located in Melbourne would be good. My budget is around $5,000 Text me at 0433 713 091 if you are looking to pass on a Datsun! Thank you! Todd