Photos c/o: alien2nrs.com
Photos c/o: alien2nrs.com
March 14, 2010 (Sunday)
Ortigas Home Depot
Ortigas Ave. Cor. Julia Vargas Ave.
01:00 to 06:00 pm
Borrowed photo from momonm (http://dcph.info)
In this photo:
Jerome Tan (Far Left)
Me and my son Gabe (Far Right)
Nissan Fairlady Z432
Packaging the S20 160 hp (119 kW) engine from the GT-R created a go-fast Fairlady. The 432 referred to 4 valves per cylinder, 3 carburetors, and 2 cams. Approximately 420 were built. Some were used by Police in Japan.
Nissan Fairlady 240ZG
The Japan-only HS30-H Nissan Fairlady ZG was released in Japan in October 1971 to homologate the 240Z for Group 4 racing. Differences between the Fairlady ZG and an export market Datsun 240Z include an extended fiberglass ‘aero-dyna’ nose, wider over-fenders riveted to the body, a rear spoiler, acrylic glass headlight covers and fender mounted rear view mirrors. The Fairlady ZG was available in three colours: Grande Prix Red, Grande Prix White and Grande Prix Maroon. The “G” in Fairlady ZG stands for “Grande.” Although the ZG was not sold in the USA and was never sold outside Japan, in order for it to be eligible for competition in the U.S., Nissan sold the nose kit as a dealer’s option which is known as the “G-nose”. With the nose added, these 240Zs are often referred to as 240ZGs, outside of Japan.
Nissan Fairlady Z Z33
In the summer of 2002, the 350Z was released to wide acclaim. It employed a slightly improved version of the 3.5-liter VQ35DE DOHC V6 engine found in multiple Nissan cars at the time, including the Maxima and Pathfinder. This engine initially produced 287 bhp (214 kW) and 274 lb ft (371 N m) torque, but in 2005 was increased to 300 bhp (220 kW) and 260 lb ft (353 N m). Prices started at $26,000 US, well below the $30,000 mark initially set forth by Nissan. Coupled to either a 6-speed manual gearbox or 5-speed automatic (the automatic lost 13 bhp (9.7 kW) in comparison), it was initially available only as a 2-seater hardtop. A convertible model was introduced in 2004.
S20 160 hp (119 kW) engine
Engine: 2,393 cc (146.0 cu in) L24 I-6, cast-iron block, alloy head, seven-bearing crankshaft, single overhead cam, 9.0:1 compression; Maximum recommended engine speed 7000 rpm.
Bore: 83.0 mm (3.27 in)
Stroke: 73.7 mm (2.90 in)
Fuel system: Mechanical fuel pump, twin Hitachi HJG 46W 1.75 in (44.4 mm) SU-type carburetors
Power: 151 hp (113 kW) at 5600 rpm (SAE gross)
Torque: 146 ft lbf (198 N m) at 4400 rpm (SAE gross)
Transmission: Four-speed manual, five-speed manual or three-speed automatic (after September 1970)
Final drive ratios:
Four-speed manual transmission: 3.364:1 (37:11)
Five-speed manual transmission: 3.90:1 (39:10) (not available in US)
Three-speed automatic transmission: 3.545:1 (39:11).
Front: 10.7 in (271.8 mm) discs
Rear: 9.0 in (228.6 mm) x 1.6 in (40.6 mm) drums
Front: Independent with MacPherson struts, lower links, coil springs, telescopic dampers, anti-roll bar
Rear: Independent with Chapman struts, lower wishbones, coil springs, telescopic dampers
Steering: Rack and pinion, 2.7 turns lock to lock
Wheels: 4.5J-14 steel wheels with 175 SR 14 tires
Wheelbase: 90.7 in (2303.8 mm)
Length: 162.8 in (4135.1 mm)
Width: 64.1 in (1628.1 mm)
Dry weight: 2,355 lb (1,068 kg)
Top speed: 125 mph (201 km/h)
0 to 60 mph (97 km/h): 8.0 s
Typical fuel consumption: 21 mpg. (11 L/100 km; 25 mpg.)
3.5 L (210 cu in) VQ35DE V6 287 bhp (214 kW) 274 ft lbf (371 N m)
Notes and references:
Color: Metallic Silver
Headlight Parts: Clear Plastics
Door Grip Color: Silver
Action: Door Open And Shut
From diecast_collectibles.ph of ebay