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Re: Super Bee Z24 Mod
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Oil Pickup and Sump Pan.

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Posted on: 2010/3/12 8:05
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Forge Arias Pistons/ Eagle Rods
Eaton M62 SC 12 lbs. Boost / 200hp Progressive Nitrous
GM 2 Speed Poweglide/Transbrake 3500 Stall
Narrowed Ford 8.8 Posi
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Cheers for that, cant wait to hear how it goes!

Posted on: 2010/3/12 8:13
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That will make it a Datsun 2400.

Posted on: 2010/3/13 20:45
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Picked up my new rearend this week. I figure with the new motor and the old H165 boken, I would have to move up to a bigger axle. This is a H190 out of a 1965 320 Pickup. Aluminum center diff with 4.875 gear ratio. The width is 44 inches between backing plates. I am going to have some 1 inch 6 lug to 4 lug adapters plates made so it should set my wheels where I need them. The axles are around 29mm in diameter with 13 spines. Center diff spider gears are welded up. Right now I am working on leaf spring mounts for the rearend housing. I will be sending the driveshaft up to Drivelines Northwest to get it shortened. After I am done with this, then it will be back to the motor and the Supercharger intake.

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Posted on: 2010/4/3 18:48
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'73 2 Door Sedan
KA24DR, Twin Weber 38/38 Sync.
Crower Stage 2 Cams / Supertech SS Valves
Forge Arias Pistons/ Eagle Rods
Eaton M62 SC 12 lbs. Boost / 200hp Progressive Nitrous
GM 2 Speed Poweglide/Transbrake 3500 Stall
Narrowed Ford 8.8 Posi
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Re: Super Bee Z24 Mod
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I finally got around to modeling up an adapter plate for a 6 to 4 lug. And guess what, I just couldn't make it work. I rotated the 4 lug inside the 6 lug and no matter where I placed it, I did not have clearence for the studs up against the socket hole for the 6. This forced me to take a different route. And I am glad I did. I found some 14" 6 lug chrome wheels with the correct backspacing on Summit Racing for an excellent price. And the drag tires I need are a lot less expensive than the 13" tires.
Northwest Driveline wants 200 buck for a custom drive shaft so as soon as the wheels show up, I can get that measured.
The H190 is in and new traction bars built.
Will post pictures shortly.
Thanks.

Posted on: 2010/4/16 6:01

Edited by datsa73 on 2010/4/16 6:19:26
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KA24DR, Twin Weber 38/38 Sync.
Crower Stage 2 Cams / Supertech SS Valves
Forge Arias Pistons/ Eagle Rods
Eaton M62 SC 12 lbs. Boost / 200hp Progressive Nitrous
GM 2 Speed Poweglide/Transbrake 3500 Stall
Narrowed Ford 8.8 Posi
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Super!

Posted on: 2010/4/16 6:03
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nice work!
Keen to see this rockin. Make sure you get a video with sound of the engine running. The whine of a S/C is just so right.

Posted on: 2010/4/16 6:36
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awesome!!! i wana see how the Z24 handles boost... maybe slap a S/C on the navara.

Posted on: 2010/4/16 6:52
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No work done on the engine bay as of lately. Been trying to get the rearend done. Farely close. Got some brake work to do and still need to get the drive shaft made. Here are a few photo's.

H190
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Morf'd Shifter
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Shorten E Brake
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Shifter and E Brake location
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New 6 Lug wheels are showing up today.
I am going to work on electrical stuff now. MSD Spark Box and wiring. The Distributor is going to be on the opposite side. Odds and ends.
Supercharger and Intake are going to have to wait. But not for long!

Posted on: 2010/4/23 18:44
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'73 2 Door Sedan
KA24DR, Twin Weber 38/38 Sync.
Crower Stage 2 Cams / Supertech SS Valves
Forge Arias Pistons/ Eagle Rods
Eaton M62 SC 12 lbs. Boost / 200hp Progressive Nitrous
GM 2 Speed Poweglide/Transbrake 3500 Stall
Narrowed Ford 8.8 Posi
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Re: Super Bee Z24 Mod
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Its getting closer to be finished. Rearend is complete with new wheels and custom driveline. $250 for that. If I could have made one, I would have. Brake and clutch lines complete. New radiator is in. Dual plug distributor wired with dual coils. All wiring done. Battery moved to the trunk (I sat in my car last night and listened to some tunes and wished I was cruising down the road).
Carpet in and with some modifications, I still managed to stuff the heater box back up under the dash.
Today I worked on the supercharger. Installed a pulley tentioner and gathered up all the aluminum to build the intake. I've decided to go with the dual Weber's instead of the Holley. I know the
Weber's work. If they don't I'll try the Holley.
After that's done, I'll plumb the nitrous.
Some exhaust work left to do and this car will be back on the track!
Will post some pictures shortly.

Posted on: 2010/5/20 4:34
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'73 2 Door Sedan
KA24DR, Twin Weber 38/38 Sync.
Crower Stage 2 Cams / Supertech SS Valves
Forge Arias Pistons/ Eagle Rods
Eaton M62 SC 12 lbs. Boost / 200hp Progressive Nitrous
GM 2 Speed Poweglide/Transbrake 3500 Stall
Narrowed Ford 8.8 Posi
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