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Re: B210 Datsun Sunny brochures - PARTS CATALOG
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interesting, that C-329 says:

1976 Emissions Regulations
EXCERPT
51年排出ガス規制造合率
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not sure what the EXCERPT means, perhaps it was a thinner verion with just updates. In any case lLater that same year C-342 was released without the EXCERPT on the cover

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Time to adjust the automatic choke
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Datsun 1200 used an automatic choke starting in 1976 (or starting 1972 for USA)

Since the amount of choke needed depends on outside temperature, adjust the automatic choke each summer and winter as necessary. When adjusted correctly, the engine should start on the first crank, and be able to take off immediately and drive the car without "warming it up"

Remove the lid of the Air Cleaner to inspect the choke. Here is the normal view of choke with the engine cold (engine off): the choke is almost completely closed. If you pump the accelerator pedal once, the choke should close 100% for flawless engine starting
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If you do not see this, then adjustment is necessary. The secret to easy and correct adjustment is to adjust when the engine is completely cold. Then warm engine up fully, and double-check that the choke has 100% opened up


To adjust the choke, first remove the air cleaner it must be removed to gain access to the choke. While removing, note any vacuum lines removed. These must be reconnected or temporarily plugged before running the engine

Adjustment procedure and photos are in the tech section at Choke Adjustment


I'm updating the photos, so posting some here that have been on FailBucket. These are of a larger DCH from a Datsun L20B engine but otherwise work exactly the same as the A12 version. For that matter so do most carburetors. Weber DGV is adjusted the same way

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Re: random I sure like my little datsun powered car
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Ah, gotta love a Datsun. My 1972 got 38 miles per gallon (6.2 L/100km). Going by the speedometer suggested 42 mpg, but that gauge was reading too fast. No wonder it took me so long to get anywhere


I had to replace some of my chokes, they had lost some springy-ness. After that only needed to adjust it once for winter and then again for summer. Datsun DCG usessame choke as Weber DGV/ Holley 5200.Only $12 at RockAuto

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Re: Washington State Datsun Fanatics?
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WOW!!!


from 2002 to 2024, i always wondered what happend to the Guacamobile, now I cant even find a photo of it ...

Good thing Greg attached one when he was selling it
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Re: OMG sunny coupe Bee Racing
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* it has Nismo anniversary steering wheel
* newer engine (mid-dizzy)
* smallest battery i ever seen (ORIDO branded)

The BRIDE seats without headrests ... I don't know... looks cool but is it like riding a bike without a helmet?

I like how the garage lift is on a polished wooden floor next to a Porsche

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OMG sunny coupe Bee Racing
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V I D E O: R130 Orido BeeRacing

1972 GX5 with what looks like Hayashi Street wheels


When up on the lift, the chassis underside looks every bit as beautiful as the sheet metal topside

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Re: DEMAC's 1200 Sedan
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Looking very good. That R31 rear axle looks great

Hard to believe this is the same car
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Re: DEMAC's 1200 Sedan
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Can't believe it's been 9 months well progress has been slow as I am renovating a house that we bought.
It's back in the workshop on the hoist, Superfatto coilovers installed, R31 rear axle installed, brakes all hooked up but no fluid in yet
Engine and g'box installed, inlet and exhaust still to hook up.
No wiring sorted out but plans to rear mount the battery and possibly the ECU

Here's some random photos

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Red 1200 Coupe (Build: DEMAC's 1200 Coupe)
Blue 1200 Ute, CA18DE Auto (Build: DEMAC's 1200 Ute)
Green 1200 Sedan (Build: Kermit the beat up sedan)
Green Sedan #2 (Current build: DEMAC's 1200 Sedan)
Brown 4 door AUTO Sedan for sale...
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Re: engine dimensions
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good question

we really need that. Somebody with an engine out of the car could measure it

As far as I recall we only have two diagrams:
* Flywheel & Gearbox bolt dimensions from Datsun
* Block mounting dimensions also see Block Comparison : Dimension

Maybe this will help (don't forget to add gasket thicknesses)
* Cylinder head thickness is 74 mm
* A14 block deck height is 204.1 mm
* looks like 15cm from oil pan rail to bottom of sump

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1972 Excellent GX video
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V I D E O: PB110 DATSUN SUNNY Excellent GX

Great video from Hide's Channel. Turn on subtitles/CC auto-generated (then select auto-translate/english)

In the video it is referred to as a "47" year car (Showa 47=1972) "cat" = car

Has those cool Weds RACINGFORG wheels

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