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- the '72 manual trans car used N54 needles, the '72 automatic used N58, both with the same '72 nozzles.- the '73 nozzles/needles were emissions designs, not recommended for performance.Without your intervention the car would likely never see the street again.....it's car after all.If you want to find a base model to use for your fantasy racer, try to find one of the first 12,000 or so 240Zs made from 1970 to early 1971.

Luckily the stock 240Z Hitachi SU is a great carb for both street and performance and automatically meters the gas depending on the airflow through it. The "good" SU's were from 1970-1972 and will have 4 or 3 screws holding down the piston depending on which year it was made.

Unlike Chevy Chevelles of which several million were made, there were only 360,000 or so 1970-78 Zs made.

After close to 40 years how many are still running?

These are identified by a "240Z" badge behind the side window and two grills on the rear hatch.

These '70-71s were the lightest of all ZCARs, at about 2300 lbs, making them the best for performance buildups.

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Sadly, rust, wrecks, and rebuilds have sidelined most of them over the decades.