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Author Topic: Exotic But Somewhat Simple Motor Swap?  (Read 2561 times)

Offline jaidedeye

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Exotic But Somewhat Simple Motor Swap?
« on: 08:55:57 PM / 04-Jan-08 »
give me some ideas of some somewhat easy exotic motor swaps...

here is what im thinking:

240z L24- parts might be hard to find?
280z L28ET- any wiring info to be found?


any others that are carbed?

any info would be great

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« Reply #1 on: 01:08:53 AM / 27-Jan-08 »
a l28 would be kinda cool to see....
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« Reply #2 on: 02:04:16 AM / 27-Jan-08 »
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a l28 would be kinda cool to see....
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« Reply #3 on: 01:04:41 AM / 31-Jan-08 »
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« Last Edit: 03:32:52 PM / 19-Jun-10 by TurboNotch »