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I'm just going to post pictures of what I have going on. It's a long drug out process so I'll try to keep it up. 1989 240sx coupe. Plans of KA24ET.
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Pretty sure I got the rear bumper support straightened with some heat and a couple tack welds. Added volume to the oilpan and put a 10 AN fitting for turbo oil return. Cleaned up the interior, waiting for warmer weather to shampoo it. New master cylinder for brakes and clutch. Welded up the holes for the butterfly valve delete on the intake manifold and sandblasted.

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That's a pretty clean car. Not all dented and just a little rust here and there. Never seen a brown dash like that. At least it doesn't have a bunch of cracks.

What's the thought on the oil pan? Extra capacity? What cam?

Keep up the good work!
 

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That's a pretty clean car. Not all dented and just a little rust here and there. Never seen a brown dash like that. At least it doesn't have a bunch of cracks.

What's the thought on the oil pan? Extra capacity? What cam?

Keep up the good work!
It has character, but its worth saving. Good condition for a ND/MN car. I have the philosophy that if I'm removing it, I might as well restore it. I've even been black oxiding the bolts I remove. It hasn't seen direct sunlight for the last 17 years. I hear that people hate the brown interior, I personally like it. It's in great condition and it's not that common. I have the tools and knowledge to add capacity to the pan, so I did. I have 15 years of aerospace machining and I farm. Should add an extra quart. As for the cam, it's a Colt Cams Triflow 2.
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