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datsun 1000 at amaroo park
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my datsun 1000 club car exiting dunlop loop at amaroo park in sydney.it had a 1298 cc a12 with an option 1 close ratio 5 speed & a 4.9:1 h165 diff,& 11" front brakes.

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D
Posted: 2003/2/13 9:20  Updated: 2003/2/13 9:20
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/10/28
From: Melbored
Posts: 10467
 Re: datsun 1000 at amaroo park
Hey like my pic it would load up as jpeg love to see these of your old 1000 and what disk setup did you use I thought I was good with my 10 inchers

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b310gx
Posted: 2003/2/13 10:08  Updated: 2003/2/13 10:08
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/7/19
From: sydney australia
Posts: 1853
 Re: datsun 1000 at amaroo park
i've got some photos at hillclimbs,including the infamous dougnut incident at oran park,but have to track them down.the front brakes were blank xj6 jaguar rear discs on 1200 coupe hubs,with 200b girlock calipers mounted on a fabricated plate.with some careful machining of caliper ribs,13's would fit on,but i used 14's as i had two sets with the right offsets when i bought the car.the wheel bearings were the same for 1000 & 1200,so the hubs went straight on.the discs were solid,but in a 600 kilo car,overheating wasn't the problem,getting heat into them was.for hillclimbs i ran standard (good quality) pads,but the pads were the same shape as commodore pads,so race pads wouldn't have been hard to get.

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D
Posted: 2003/2/13 11:59  Updated: 2003/2/13 11:59
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/10/28
From: Melbored
Posts: 10467
 Re: datsun 1000 at amaroo park
Yes would love to seee the picks please.
It must have been a thrill to win a hillclimb hopefully one day I will but with the many open wheelers appearing it seems unlikely but you never know.
Mine runs the like your x1000
1200 coupe hubs machined 2.1 mm to accept ge sigma disks and pbr calipers, the caliper bracket holes were opened like an 8 to allow the caliper to rotate a little to miss the tie rods. Very easy and straight forward and it also known to use the girlock calipers with the same pbr mount holes. The 1200 coupe twin reservoir helps pump more fluid but still would love an ek??? (someone out there knows} external power booster.

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L18_B110
Posted: 2003/2/14 2:04  Updated: 2003/2/14 2:04
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/8/6
From: Brisbane, Australia
Posts: 3781
 Re: datsun 1000 at amaroo park
hey D, I know what you're talking about - Holden EK remote brake booster! I have a friend with a good original condition sedan with almost every NASCO accessory known to man, and another reasonable condition car, plus a shed full of spares. I'll ask if he has a spare and let ya know.

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Posted: 2003/12/18 10:53  Updated: 2003/12/18 10:53
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/10/28
From: Melbored
Posts: 10467
 Re: datsun 1000 at amaroo park
Im glad Im not going madder than my aunt yet thanks Harry. I also heard of a PBR one Ill ask someone whos got drums and the PBR thingy.