Adrian: If it is cheap enough it is probably the best bet as it will fit your sled with the stock 779 motor mounts and no modification is needed like you would have to do to fit a 98 and up 809 motor. -- Bill
Sounds good rocket and a decent price.Like bill said if the stock mounts will fit,less $ and less playin around with it.But isn't that why we modify things in the first place,to play with em and have some fun
My friend has a 96 780z with around
10000km on it.The crank was done around 2000k and after that she has been trouble free,it ain't the fastest but it's a good solid performer.Good luck....chris
We had a 96 mach z that was basically stock but set up to that years race manual specs other than the primary spring(which was a misprint in the race manual) and it flew.On grass it was almost unbeatable. Ive had three 809 powered z since and they wont et as well as the old 780 did(may have alot to do with the old c7 suspension ) But the newer machs will drive on by on the top end. Id say that there is very little difference. This is only my opionion
It is a but older than I would have liked...94 was a long time ago..won't it be weaker than a newer one? How does the HP compare? Will the bottom end from that one fit on the S-Chassis (can't remember if 94 was F chassis.....)
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