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A15 that's getting removed
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SubmitterAFRacerMore Photos from AFRacer   Last Update2004/4/3 10:23    Tell a friendTell a friend
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This is my engine as it is today in the coupe, it's run great since 1996 and runs high 15 seconds in the quarter mile.  It's making way for the SR20DET.  Watch for this engine in the future (2-3 years?) for turbo/EFI.

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b310gx
Posted: 2004/4/3 15:05  Updated: 2004/4/3 15:05
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/7/19
From: sydney australia
Posts: 1853
 Re: A15 that
did it make much difference to the cold start to have the chokes hooked up?my first 1200 had a single 45 dcoe & the choke hooked up,but it was only really used in the dead of winter.i suppose japan gets extremely cold at times.looks like the same sort of universal choke cable i had,too.

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AFRacer
Posted: 2004/4/3 17:11  Updated: 2004/4/3 17:11
Home away from home
Joined: 2002/3/7
From: Little Rock, AR
Posts: 634
 Re: A15 that
Yeah the chokes work pretty good, although if I'm driving the car every other day I don't really need it. That universal choke cable was on the car when I got it, and it sticks a lot. Best thing to do is a trick my dad showed me; get a piece of clear plastic tubing for the choke cable to just fit inside of, pour some oil in the tube before installing the choke cable, and then put the choke inside the tube. The choke will work totally effortlessly for years and years and won't rust either!

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luv_my_68_wagon_1000
Posted: 2004/4/4 9:28  Updated: 2004/4/4 9:28
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Joined: 2003/9/4
From: Hobart Tasmania AUS
Posts: 273
 Re: A15 that
it might be a stupid question but what is the blue bar that is bolted to the strut towers and go's over the engine??

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agr012
Posted: 2004/4/4 10:35  Updated: 2004/4/4 10:35
Just can't stay away
Joined: 2000/5/10
From: hobart,tas,australia
Posts: 124
 Re: A15 that
the blue bar between the strut towers is a strut brace, it is just there to tie the suspension together abit more to help the handling

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AFRacer
Posted: 2004/4/3 11:21  Updated: 2004/4/3 11:21
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Joined: 2002/3/7
From: Little Rock, AR
Posts: 634
 Re: A15 that
Rebuilt A15 bored out .020" stock bottom end, cam is 229 duration at .050" .414" lift, ported/polished head, 37mm Si intake valves, exhaust 30mm, NISMO header, 1.5 rocker arms, dual valve springs, clutch, Tilton 9lb flywheel, electronic ignition, MSD 6AL, Accel Super Coil and 8.8mm race wires, dual 40mm Dellorto Carbs, Holley Red electric fuel pump and adjustable regulator, Denso Iridium racing spark plugs, electric fan, pillow upper strut mounts w/adjustable castor/camber plates, Cusco strut tower bar.... I know I forgot something....