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About 620_Brian

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  • Birthday 09/02/1972

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    St Pete, FL 33701
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    1979 Datsun 620, 2010 Toyota 4Runner, 2018 Kawasaki Z125
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    vintage import cars / trucks, motorcycles, PWC's.
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    Electrical Engineer

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  1. Damn. Damn damn damn. Well ok thanks for the info. So there you go Stevie you've got at least 2 customers needing a custom KA compressor mount. I'd be happy to send you the OEM bracket assembly and a compressor for mock up purposes...
  2. ]2eDeYe - have you (or anyone) tried using the OEM 240sx ac compressor with the KA swap? I'm concerned now about the steering box hitting it. If there is a problem with the stock compressor location, I would need to design some other bracket. AC is a must with my project.
  3. Stoffregen - it is lowered 2" - still not sure about the look. Mostly the wheels - I wanted the old school saw blades from the 90's in a 15x8 or 10 but couldn't find any. Those 15x10 bullet holes ones I have on there were $50 for all 4 so I grabbed them. I think im going to polish the outer lips and paint the centers gold or something. FrankRizzo - do you have a KA swap? I didn't even think about there being interference with the compressor / steering box. I have the 240sx bracket and compressor - its tiny. Let me know if you've already tried this...and if so got any pics?
  4. Sorry I’ve been tied up with...life. Surgery and stuff. But I'm still working on it. The KA is due back from the machine shop this week (yes - 6 months now). I’ve been collecting more swap parts and preparing the shop to jump back into the project. Under dash AC unit is installed and lines run. Engine bay detailed and prepped. KA wiring harness prepped. I was kind of going for that 80’s minitruckin look..but I’m not sure about it either. Easy enough to weld up 20 tiny holes if I take them off 🙄. No notching the flares. They sort of just bend and suck in to the body lines. More to come very soon! meanwhile....
  5. Almost forgot - got a genuine MOMO Monte Carlo too. Even got a Datsun horn button.
  6. Removable core support and one man engine removal...CHECK.
  7. Been busy waiting for the KA to come back from the machine shop.... OK not really but: Thailand flares Lowered 2”
  8. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    The description on the nisssn part page you posted is incorrect. The description says alloy wheel but that part is the acorn style for steel wheels. Also...You would never ever use the shank style lugs with steel wheels.
  9. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    Wow. Just wow.
  10. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    Mike...you wanna take this one?
  11. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    Anyway...I think the 18” titans use the shank style lug nuts and the ones I have need a little “hole maintenance”. Thanks everybody.
  12. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    Hmmm...I think maybe the Nissan parts description or number is mixed up. There are 2 part numbers listed. 1 is for the shank style, 1 is for the acorn style. But I think the descriptions are wrong / opposite.
  13. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    Ya I have the correct ones - I meant I’ll need to have them reamed (just slightly) to accept them again. The cone style ones the POS PO used smushed the hole just enough to not let them drop in properly. That should be doable correct?
  14. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    Damn. Guess I’ll have these reamed / drilled out to accept the correct ones. Again. Thanks!
  15. 620_Brian

    Titan wheels.

    I finally got some 18” Titans. Question for others who have these - the lug nuts, are they supposed to be the cone / tapered seat style or the kind with a washer and a short shank that drops in the hole? The holes look like they need the shank style ones but the PO clearly used the cone taper style. Hope I’m explaining that somewhat clearly.
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