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1970 Datsun 1200
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ford 2.3l sohc turbo

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greendog
Posted: 2006/6/8 9:56  Updated: 2006/6/8 9:56
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 Re: 1970 Datsun 1200
geeezuz!love this weapon, how much horsies you pumping out?

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hotrod88
Posted: 2006/6/9 4:33  Updated: 2006/6/9 4:33
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Joined: 2005/6/20
From: Alabama, U.S.A.
Posts: 522
 Re: 1970 Datsun 1200
very good engin's to build for performance , there are very many performance parts out there for that engine . some mustangs had them in turbo form & the merker XR4TI too .

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rb20
Posted: 2006/6/9 6:26  Updated: 2006/6/9 6:26
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 Re: 1970 Datsun 1200
are these the same as the pommy pinto engine found in the ford escort they are grate with the cosswerth head on them

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2006/6/10 3:55  Updated: 2006/6/10 3:55
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 Re: 1970 Datsun 1200
The Pinto 2.3 OHC engine is a USA design. The vast majority of Pintos had this. And it was used in larger Fords throughout the 80s until the 1991 Mustang.

The Ford SVO Mustang had an intercooled turbo version of this engine.

The Pinto "brit" engine was the 1.6 Kent engine overhead valve (read: pushrod) and it was rarely ordered being such a tiny engine by american standards.

The German 2.0 liter Pinto engine was more common. Even more had the German 2.8 V6.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Pinto_engine