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WAGON JON

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About WAGON JON

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    Nisenan territory
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    510 wagon
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    RN, WCC

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  1. @ Mike, Just called up the dealership and gave him: "32702-01G22 is a 22 tooth from a '91.5 -'92, 32702-02G22 is a 22 tooth from a '91.5- '93 VG30, 2wd, 5 speed D21 Hardbody." They said NLA. Bummer. So, kinda back to trying to find a 22-tooth gear and doing exactly what you did...drill and tap, cut and splice.
  2. Which Mazda? You have additional information? :)
  3. @ Mike, Thank you for the added information. Wonder if Charlie69 Brown has another one...or a source? I pay green money for one...
  4. I want it just a smidge more accurate, maybe 1-2 mph off, not 5 or more. I'd rather it say i'm a smidge slow than fast-personal taste. If I want the most accurate I'd just run GPS. I like mechanical though-Dosn't need a battery or an electrical current to operate. The 10 mile odometer test says im too fast.
  5. This is a fantastic build!!!
  6. Anyone have a 22 tooth 280z pinion gear new or used? Its the orange colored gear. Needy, needy, needy.... Please help. Thanks. So, I looked online, at the dealership, and ebay with no luck. Part numbers for Nissan that I have are: 32702-E9822, 32702-58S22, 32703-86402, 32703-P2622, 32703-86403 (last number is for a 23 tooth). At this point, I need any 22 tooth so I can figure how to adapt it to a old tooth shaft... Or anyone have any other suggestions. Why do I need a 22 tooth? Because I have a 21 purple tooth gear and it reads 5 MPH too fast according to GPS and according to secondary car going at the same rate of speed who said I'm 5 MPH too fast. That's all I got...
  7. Sounds like the S14 runners would make a good improvement for the torque as you suggested. How loud is the exhaust with just a cat?
  8. Time Left: 13 days and 20 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Engine: 1991 Infiniti M30 VG30, (less than 100,000 miles on it). 200SX exhaust manifolds. 300ZX liquid filled engine mounts and custom oil pan made by Team Thump. Can-am box. Fuse box: relocated to passenger kick panel. Engine size: 3.0/181 (Liters/Cubic Inches) 165 Horse power, 180 Torque. Top speed: 126.3 according to my GPS. Fuel pump: Ebay inline EFI fuel pump. Radiator: Volkswagen VR6 Mishimoto all aluminum, over sized. Transmission: Short tail 5 speed of unknown Nissan origin. Rear axle: 1984 Mazda RX7 3.90 limited slip with (rear) disc brakes, narrowed (John rear ends in Oregon). New bearings, seals, brakes. Rear suspension: Mono leaf composite springs from Joel Sodder of Bend Oregon. (off road application?). Less than 10,000 miles. Front suspension: 1983 Nissan 280ZX. All rebuilt with less than 10,000 miles. Wheels: 1969 Datsun Roadster 14 inch with Roadster hub caps. Wheels powder coated silver by Les Schwab Tires of Bend Oregon. Includes a 5th spare tire with the same treatment. Tires: 185/70/14 Steel Radial Fisk Classic (found online from a VW Bug site). Front seats: Honda Prelude. Rust: has some rust at the bottom of the front fenders. Rust in the floor pans welded up. Battery: Odyssey extreme PC925 in a custom battery box under the rear seat on the passenger side. Needs: Carpet, door seals, modified tank for an in-tank fuel pump and your choice of upgrades to personalize it to your liking. Drove it up to the last Canby meet and up to the first Powerland meet. Able to achieve 28 mpg on the highway. Average 22 around town. More photos in my Instagram account: @wagonjon510 Location: Out of Auburn, Ca. Bottom line, 11.9 K

    $11,900.00

  9. You've come a long way! Ever take it out on a long desolate road and find the top speed? Prolly around 140 ish?
  10. Time Left: 11 days and 21 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Engine: 1991 Infiniti M30 VG30, (less than 100,000 miles on it). 200SX exhaust manifolds. 300ZX liquid filled engine mounts and custom oil pan made by Team Thump. Can-am box. Fuse box: relocated to passenger kick panel. Engine size: 3.0/181 (Liters/Cubic Inches) 165 Horse power, 180 Torque. Top speed: 126.3 according to my GPS. Fuel pump: Ebay inline EFI fuel pump. Radiator: Volkswagen VR6 Mishimoto all aluminum, over sized. Transmission: Short tail 5 speed of unknown Nissan origin. Rear axle: 1984 Mazda RX7 3.90 limited slip with (rear) disc brakes, narrowed (John rear ends in Oregon). New bearings, seals, brakes. Rear suspension: Mono leaf composite springs from Joel Sodder of Bend Oregon. (off road application?). Less than 10,000 miles. Front suspension: 1983 Nissan 280ZX. All rebuilt with less than 10,000 miles. Wheels: 1969 Datsun Roadster 14 inch with Roadster hub caps. Wheels powder coated silver by Les Schwab Tires of Bend Oregon. Includes a 5th spare tire with the same treatment. Tires: 185/70/14 Steel Radial Fisk Classic (found online from a VW Bug site). Front seats: Honda Prelude. Rust: has some rust at the bottom of the front fenders. Rust in the floor pans welded up. Battery: Odyssey extreme PC925 in a custom battery box under the rear seat on the passenger side. Needs: Carpet, door seals, modified tank for an in-tank fuel pump and your choice of upgrades to personalize it to your liking. Drove it up to the last Canby meet and up to the first Powerland meet. Able to achieve 28 mpg on the highway. Average 22 around town. More photos in my Instagram account: @wagonjon510 Location: Out of Auburn, Ca. Bottom line, 12K-OBO

    $12,000.00

    - US

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