There is a ton of work to use the 2.4, if you can source a 2,2, IMHO is the best bang for the buck. Heed the warnings in other posts. I had a 2,2 in one of my cars, dyno'd at 185 HP and 218 Ft# torque,
Well I just found this after 1 second of googling. I'm not crazy. Will give this a try.
"Set the Timing...Generally speaking you need a little more advance with a Weber than with the stock carb. A good place to start for most cars with Webers on pump gas is 12-14 Degrees advance at 1000 RPM idle and 36 Degrees total advance by 3000 RPM...This is not cast in stone and you need to make sure your car does not Detonate at these setting. If you get any detonation then you need to back off the timing..."
Follow up: how does one measure total advance?
"Webers" usually means the Side Draft DCOE version for that timing... Try 10* - 12* BTDC at idle.. Idle speed 800-900 RPM, the motor will tell you what it likes. TOTAL TIMING you need an advancing (adjustable) timing light. Warm up the motor, set the timing light to 34-36*, increase the engine speed to 2,800-3,000 RPM, turn the distributor until the (0)/TDC marks on the pulley and timing plate are pointing at each other, Lock the dist down a drive it. You may have to adjust the idle speed after this. Make sure you under stand what you are doing before doing it. The original idle timing setting may not be the same,, leave it alone, you don't drive it at 900 RPM anyway.
Because i never have any luck with local nissan dept. The furthest back they could, or would, check is back to 1983. They found a part number for a 280z...figured i would give it a shot since it is still an l series engine and they were only $1.25 each. Will report back on whether they are the same as an l20b.
I fought this bitch for awhile before realizing it is not correct for my L16 73 620.
Been apart for 5 years...now rebuilding.
Looked at pics online and this one’s nose is too small, solenoid is in wrong place (hits dipstick) barely fits in but I never got the top bolt in.
It HAD to have been on there...can’t believe I didn’t notice how wrong it was during tear down.
i’m Gonna order a new one I guess. https://imgur.com/a/6IXnM
Looks like a starter for a 240SX, wrong for your motor...