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89 nissan nomad carby tuning

Exhaust is fumey and uses alot of fuel i know these are preset and sealed factory i had it reconditioned not long ago and its no better off

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  • shane donegan
    shane donegan May 24, 2008

    i need the tuning specs for the carby on a z24 engine in a 89 nissan nomad

  • shane donegan
    shane donegan Jun 03, 2008

    problem solved


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