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matbighat
Posted: 2006/7/14 2:20  Updated: 2006/7/14 2:20
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2001/1/30
From: California
Posts: 2973
 Re: hello from Lithuania
since the question wasn't answered, i'll go ahead and surmise that this car's originally from finland (one of the biggest european importers of datsuns) and made its way to lithuania sometime after 1989

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vipas
Posted: 2006/7/13 17:18  Updated: 2006/7/13 17:18
Just popping in
Joined: 2006/4/21
From: Lithuania
Posts: 2
 Re: hello from Lithuania
that datsun have front wheels drive (only)

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rb20
Posted: 2006/7/13 17:27  Updated: 2006/7/13 17:27
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From: south australia
Posts: 1532
 Re: hello from Lithuania
my mate has built two buggys one is powered buy two commadore v6 engines one in the back and one in the front and it is an absalute beast and the one he hasnt finished is a similar set up but with two wrx motors this one he will be racing.
I am not sure wat class he will be racing in though

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D
Posted: 2006/7/13 17:41  Updated: 2006/7/13 17:41
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/10/28
From: under the Firmament LOL no twiglight effect BS
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 Re: hello from Lithuania
This kind of gearbox with the equal length driveshafts is great for handling. I dont know if the 5 speeds from the later e series is possible but if you engineer a 1k for this type of rear end setup youd save a serious amount of weight with no steel diff and tailshaft (well tailshaft aint a big deal).
However if you go for such a setup youd be better using a later alloy engine from nissan or a lightweight v6.

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datrat_dave
Posted: 2006/7/12 17:37  Updated: 2006/7/12 17:37
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Joined: 2004/8/10
From: Melbourne
Posts: 775
 Re: hello from Lithuania
So thats what the FWD gearbox assembly looks like on the engine... Looks quite cute and compact!

Does the FWD g/b etc. bolt up to all A series donks?

Looks the part!

Cheers
Dave

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rb20
Posted: 2006/7/12 17:44  Updated: 2006/7/12 17:44
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From: south australia
Posts: 1532
 Re: hello from Lithuania
emagine mounting this in the rear of a 1200 or 1000 go the MR1200

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2QK4U
Posted: 2006/7/12 20:08  Updated: 2006/7/12 20:08
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From: Gold Coast, Australia
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 Re: hello from Lithuania
An, all-wheel-drive A15 with twin sidedraughts in a utility, idea is coming to me.

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rb20
Posted: 2006/7/13 4:37  Updated: 2006/7/13 4:37
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 Re: hello from Lithuania
one of the bigest problems would be working out the gear shift linkages

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2QK4U
Posted: 2006/7/13 4:43  Updated: 2006/7/13 4:43
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Joined: 2005/4/19
From: Gold Coast, Australia
Posts: 744
 Re: hello from Lithuania
gear shift.... that would be a porblem, after you work out how to get a rear drive shaft from the gear box and make the front suspension take the powered wheels. would be different. would be - isnt gonna be.