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Right angle distributer
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TUF-110
Posted: 2009/6/8 11:24  Updated: 2009/6/8 11:24
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2007/5/23
From: Wagga Wagga, NSW
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 Re: Right angle distributer
more info! this setup looks very interesting, does it come off something?
cheers jake

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Wombat_racing
Posted: 2009/6/9 0:03  Updated: 2009/6/9 0:03
Home away from home
Joined: 2004/11/27
From: Tasmania
Posts: 773
 Re: Right angle distributer
Yeah more info would be good tell us where you got it or what it comes from.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2009/6/9 3:42  Updated: 2009/6/9 3:42
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 Re: Right angle distributer
Hmmm. that's unusual, probably a custom machining job. Has a gear/spindle on the end like a Suzuki?

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datto1000wagon
Posted: 2009/6/9 8:30  Updated: 2009/6/9 8:32
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From: Darwin NT
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 Re: Right angle distributer
by the looks of it, it is cast (the body that houses the spindles and transfigures it to right angle) so i assume it is off another vehicle and me thinks the spindle shaft has been either removed and machined or a whole new one has been made
edit is it just me or does that have an adaptor plate made up for the base?

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Wombat_racing
Posted: 2009/6/9 23:36  Updated: 2009/6/9 23:36
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From: Tasmania
Posts: 773
 Re: Right angle distributer
I thought it looked like a plate has been added to it! Still like to know what its off?

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Gav
Posted: 2009/6/10 1:53  Updated: 2009/6/10 1:53
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Joined: 2008/12/8
From: Sydney
Posts: 471
 Re: Right angle distributer
Sorry boys, there is a little info on my build page. I will do my best to explain it.
Its my standard suzuki gti dizzy. If you look from the top view, it bolts into adaptor as it would normaly go into the head and you adjust timming as usual from here. The right angle adaptor (the cast section) I think is off something like a sierra. Inside this there was alot machining and also machined shafts and gears. The right angle bolts to the plate that you can see where the shaft comes out with the two bearings. This plate was made and bolts to the head where the dizzy is originally ment to go. The end caps in the head bolt on holding the bearings.
Just to make things more complicated, the dizzy now spins backwards. It was modified to do this.

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Wombat_racing
Posted: 2009/6/10 3:01  Updated: 2009/6/10 3:01
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Joined: 2004/11/27
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 Re: Right angle distributer
Any idea what model or year Sierra it came off? What did the adaptor cost you?

heres the link to the photo's. Scroll down page 6 abit and you will see them.

http://datsun1200.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=37873&viewmode=flat&order=ASC&type=&mode=0&start=50