James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

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Racerx3110
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Re: James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

Post by Racerx3110 » Tue Sep 15, 2020 2:40 pm

Nice! Have fun with the autocross!
1977 280z RB25det Neo

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Re: James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

Post by Randalla » Tue Sep 15, 2020 5:01 pm

I see you had the same idea as Duffman and I, in terms of mounting your AEM gauge on the shroud, between the speedo and tach, where it can easily be seen.
1967 1/2 Roadster- 1600 4 cyl.
1971 Series I 240Z - 240 I-6
1972 240Z- 280 I-6
1975 280Z SCARAB- 350 V-8
1975 280Z - I-6
2003 350Z Track- VQ V-6
2005 Mazda Speed Miata- Turbo 4 cyl.

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Re: James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

Post by datsunfsu » Tue Sep 15, 2020 5:41 pm

Still hard to see when the turbo hit full boost though. I don’t have any data logging with the stock so I was going to video camera the wideband with the tach so I can tune some with the SAFC piggy back some.

I ordered a water/meth injection kit so I can crank the boost up some on our 91 octane max gas. Will need to tune some when that is installed
James
72 240z, 2jzgte swap

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Re: James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

Post by SCARZME » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:17 am

What meth injection kit did you go with? I'm using AlkyControl which has a progressive controller. Works well with great tech support.
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Re: James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

Post by datsunfsu » Fri Oct 16, 2020 12:05 pm

AEM one. The new version has a built in check valve. I've only tested fitted everything to a switch that will engage my boost controller at higher PSI.
James
72 240z, 2jzgte swap

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Re: James' 72 240z 2JZGTE build

Post by Racerx3110 » Fri Oct 16, 2020 12:06 pm

those look like nice units
1977 280z RB25det Neo

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