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About fivetenguy

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    Modesto, CA
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    '75 620, '72 510, '72 Goon, '71 510 bubble flare, '72 1200 coupe, '88 GLI, '87 AE86
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    Datsuns and racing

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  1. fivetenguy

    My 1971 521

    I didn't see this post before I posted mine. That's the exact bottle I have. Only the part number on mine does not have the N in it. I bought mine at least 6-7 years ago. You probably got the new part number. I looked my part number up and it does not exist any longer. I will edit my previous post so people don't look up the wrong part number.
  2. fivetenguy

    My 1971 521

    Part number 999MP-MTF00NP I believe this stuff is gl4, but not 100% sure. I just read everything on the bottle, but it does not state what GL it is. I hope it is because I put it in one of my transmissions.
  3. fivetenguy

    My 1971 521

    I got some gl4 from nissan. I can get the part number when I get home from work.
  4. I had to replace the control arms, T/C rods, ball joints and steering arms from a 210 (not a B210) or 310 to fit the ZX struts. I ran coilovers, but I would think you could cut the spring seat off your old struts and weld them in. The only bad thing is that the ZX strut tube is bigger/wider than the 1200. I hope I answered your question.
  5. I measured the cable. It's the 43" one.
  6. The 5th gen. I looked up an 85 corolla. I'll check my car when I get home.
  7. I used throttle cables from 80's corrollas on all my SR/KA swaps. Availiable new and used everywhere. They are availiable at rockauto, 25" and 43". Not sure which one i've used, but guessing the 43". I can measure them tonight when I get home, if you like.
  8. Wow DF, I would have never guessed that you would sell your coupe! You've put so much time and effort (time X effort = money) into that beast. Definitely one of my favorite coupes of all time. GLWS!!
  9. Thanks DF. At this point i think I will take the easy route and buy HID bulbs.
  10. Ok. So I did understand. Thanks!
  11. I wasn't thinking of gettig LEDs, but HIDs. Like you mentioned, you've got to fork over good money to get a good LED unit. Supposedly, these Hella lamps have the hockey stick cut off for the incoming traffic on the left side. Here's the description from the website: PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Hella 7" Round H4 Conversion Headlamps Datsun 240Z 260Z 280Z S30 280ZX S130 Roadster 311 70476 99996-70476 Made in Germany Includes 60W/55W H4 Hella bulbs These lamps are designed for cars that live in and/or travel in countries that drive on the r
  12. Very good point DF! Thanks to all of you for your tips and sharing your knowledge. More light and less current draw... It sounds like it's a no brainer to run with HID or LED instead of what the kit came with.
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