Fiber Glass 1975-1978 Datsun 280ZX (S130) PD RB Style +70mm Front Over Fender Flare For 280ZX (S130)

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At the end of 1978, the second generation Fairlady 280Z (S130) finally met the world. In addition to continuing to use the L28E engine and some transmission systems, the 280Z has adopted a completely new design in all other aspects. Since it was the time of the oil crisis in the 1970s, Nissan did not dare to neglect it. It focused on improving 280Z's fuel economy, emission standards, and better aerodynamic appearance design. In addition, high-end audio systems have become standard equipment for various models.

The difference between the appearance of the Fairlady 280Z and the first generation 260-280Z is that the intake port of the front safety cylinder is hidden, and a heat dissipation port like the E-type is added above the hood. And the car body has undergone a more streamlined treatment. Through wind tunnel test, its drag coefficient is reduced from 0.467 of the first generation to 0.385, and its Lift coefficient is reduced from 0.41 to 0.14. And the weight distribution of its body is already very close to 50:50, making the 280ZX more stable in handling. Overall, the new body design gives the 208ZX better fuel economy and high-speed stability. And the steering system includes a rack and pinion power steering system and a recirculating ball steering system for customers to choose from.

However, there is a misconception about the power of the 280Z, and it is widely believed that the L28E engine of the second generation Fairlady Z has worse power than the L24 engine of the first generation 240Z. Because the horsepower of 280ZX was measured using Nissan's new SAE net worth standard, its measured power would be lower than previous figures. For example, the horsepower measured before 240Z was 130 horsepower, and then using the SAE net worth standard to measure its horsepower will definitely result in a lower number than 130 horsepower. At that time, the output horsepower of 280Z was 145 horsepower and the torque was 23 kilograms per meter. Due to the oil crisis at the time, Nissan's engineers deliberately sacrificed the acceleration of the 280ZX to ensure its fuel economy. Moreover, one of the important reasons why the acceleration of the 280Z is not as good as that of the 240Z is the increased weight of its body and the emission standards at the time (the 280Z weighs 1281 kilograms, which is 213 kilograms more than the first generation).

How can the performance of sports cars be inferior to each generation, so people's evaluations of the newly emerged 280Z at that time were mixed. Because some people think Fairlady has lost its original characteristics and has turned into a Station wagon, while others think that its comfort and handling have improved. The issue of insufficient performance in the second generation Z-car was eventually resolved after the appearance of the turbocharged version of the 280Z in 1981.

The second generation Fairlady Z is available in the local Japanese market with 2.0-liter and 2.8-liter engine versions, while the export version only has a 2.8-liter engine version. And 280Z has also derived 280Z-R versions (limited to 1000 units), 10th anniversary edition (limited to 2500 units in black and gold, and 500 units in black and red), etc.And since 1980, the 280Z has added a T-shaped roof.

The appearance of the 280ZX Turbo in 1981 was another attempt by Nissan to transform people's dissatisfaction with Z-car into admiration. Because the 280ZX Turbo had 180 horsepower at the time, there was no other car in the imported car market in the United States that was faster than the Porsche 911SC and 928. Unfortunately, the 280ZX Turbo only has a 3-speed automatic transmission version. The 280ZX turbo uses a Garrett AiResearch TB03 turbine, but is not equipped with intercooling, so its boost value is only 0.4 bar. Due to the installation of a turbocharging system, the compression ratio of the L28ET engine has been reduced from 8.3:1 to 7.4:1, and the cylinder block has also undergone some strengthening treatment. Its time of 0-96km/h is only 7.5 seconds, the time of 1/4 mile is 16.5 seconds, and the top speed is 209.2km/h. Although there have been improvements in performance, some people are still dissatisfied with her suspension being too soft to handle her better.

In 1982, Nissan made some modifications to the 280ZX, including new aluminum alloy wheels, modified B-pillars, and a newly designed rack and pinion steering system for power steering. At that time, the 280ZX Turbo version officially launched a manual transmission version, which was equipped with the Borg Warner T-5's first 5-speed manual transmission. This is actually the first time a Japanese car has used a non Japanese transmission system, as it was used on American models such as General Motors' F-bodies and Ford Mustang. The most important thing is that the suspension system of the car has finally been corrected, allowing Z-car to face the future development direction, and from then on, Z-car has returned to the ranks of sports cars. In 1982, a 280ZX Turbo was modified to a horsepower of 700, called the Electrokinetic 280ZX Turbo, and achieved a sprint speed of 230km/h in a 1/4 mile race. The production year of 280ZX was from 1978 to 1983.

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