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4x4 Demon

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About 4x4 Demon

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    Reno Nevada
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    1984 nissan 720 4x4
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    everything car related
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    pizza boy

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  1. 4x4 Demon

    locking diff

    I've found a LSD kit the H190 diff but it involves taking apart the spider gears to build it into a LSD https://www.tractionconcepts.com/1980-1986-Datsun-720-Truck-H190-Diff-Lsd-Kit-p/tcxda4621.htm
  2. 4x4 Demon

    locking diff

    im looking to put a locker in 84 4x4 with the stock axle i was wondering if anyone knows of a brand that makes them
  3. 4x4 Demon

    Valve springs

    From what I've seen on this page it seems everyone has come to the conclusion that better valve springs are a must have for the z24 if you want to boost it as I do to my truck but I am struggling really hard trying to find some if anyone in here has done this in the past and can link to the page where they found them that would be awesome
  4. I have a Weber 32/36 on my 720 with a Z24. Someone in the last 34 years installed it and they didn't do that great of a job with the choke. It has the manual choke and it moves freely the problem is the choke cable and how it was installed. It snakes from right next to the drivers side door through the dash and then just magically come out of the fire wall besides the valve cover. it is rusted and seized and far to short. i want to covert is to electric choke to make working it easier but I'm not sure if I can. Any help would be amazing
  5. 4x4 Demon

    Turbo 720

    It's been just under a year since I got my 1984 720 4x4. When I picked it up it had 500,000 thousand miles on it with a new engine and I drove it home with no heater 75 miles in a snow storm. I love this truck and I've done alot of work on it in this past year. My only problem with it is that I live a mile above sea level and all of the trails in my area take me to 7000 ft and some to 10000 ft. Carburators don't handle well on steep high altitude terrain like this. I have looked into turbo charging it but I'm not sure how much boost I should run or what method I should use to turbo charge it. Blow through is what thinking of doing and I'm wondering if anyone has attempted to modify a Weber 32/36 to blow through.
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