The Nissan 300ZX was in production in Japan from 1983 to 2000. It was on the market in the United States from 1984 to 1996. 300ZX is the name given to the Z31 and Z32 generations of Nissan's Z sports car.
with considerable time, maybe? the only thing they kept the same from the z31 to the z32 was just the VG30 short block the engine was changed to a DOHC engine making it considerably wider, I have owned an 86 turbo and I currently have a '90 N/A. I wouldn't dare try fitting the VG30DE into the z31.
Yes it will definitely fit since it is the same motor in the 89. The Z31 model was from 1984 to 1989. The Z32 model (2nd gen 300zx) was from 1990 to 1996. (barbie car commercial)
A Z31 turbo with the boost on about 11-12 psi and intercooled will make around 250-275whp, which is about 75-100 more whp then a z32 na makes at the wheels. Z32 NA makes 220hp stock while a Z31 Turbo makes 200hp stock.
No. Not without custom brackets. If your gonna put Z32 seats in a Z31 I would spend the money on a nice Recaro racing seat, or other aftermarket seat. Good quality company's like Recaro will make the brackets for the seat to bolt right in. And they look good too.
On z31 its located in the gas tank, you need to remove the tank. Z32, you don't have to remove the tank but you have to remove the panels in the trunk to access it from the top of the tank.
THAT IS THE TRANSISTOR IGNITION UNIT WHICH SENDS OUT THE SPARK TO THE SPARK PLUGS AFTER THE COILS. IN THE EARLY Z32 300ZX'S, THERE WAS A RECALL TO GO TO NISSAN AND GET THAT CHANGED FOR FREE
No. None of the Z32 300zx's have them. (1990-1996) There is no option for it either. The only thing you could do is buy an aftermarket wheel that is smaller.
A Nissan Z32 can be bought at a dealership or from a personal owner of the vehicle. Dealerships that might sell a Nissan Z32 are Nissan dealerships and miscellaneous used car dealerships all over the country.
If it's a Z31 you can swap in the VG30DET. For the Z32 you can swap in the VG30DETT, or what some people do Rb26dett (skyline engine). The former is a easy swap the latter hard. I've even seen a SR20 (silvia), 2 liter all aluminum in a Z32. Car's pretty heavy for 4 cyl torque, but needless to say the sr wasn't stock. I'd do the VG30DETT easy, pretty cheap, and awesome.
http://simsters.com/z32.htm Answered my own question.