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Re: a/14 block
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it was the head that cracked, 78 mm bore and has a slight crack between 3/4 which was xray and ok.i run 28lb boost which doesn't help ca18 rods and ARP bolts all the way through the motor. I'am trying to bring the boost down for the same hp 270wheel I'll see what I get first with this new set up.

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Re: a/14 block
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The 90s as far as I know when the pulsar head became more available
Rob that did the BAT (B series to A series twin cam) got the idea
from speedway guys who also ran mazda heads on A series blocks.
In the country out of the box thinking occurs more than in the big smoke.

Shane whats the build you have? I only suffered 1 and 2 cylinder cracking
from going 79mm then 79.25mm on an A15 never had issues with back cylinders.

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Re: a/14 block
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yeah I,am talking about 360/740hp-410/900hp very fussy engine builder my block has been freshen up with some new ideas from a different engine builder, etc, blue printed and now he,s building a new head ,the last one got to hot an cracked on the dino to lean on back two cylinders now putting in EGT in the exhaust to get all cylinders the right tune . I've always had trouble on the back two.

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Re: Coupes Unite!
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Yes I had a 1974 B210 coupe, blue just like the photo above except without the cool taillights and spoiler. That was back around 2000 or so just before I joined this club I sold it to a friend

North America didn't need the 140Z package as Datsun were selling all they could make of the basic models. They were exceptionally popular and came at the right time introduced just at the 1973 Fuel Crisis

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Re: Coupes Unite!
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I never realized there was such a model.
Never had them in North America. The closest to it in North America was the B210 that came out in 1974 that replaced the B110 (1200 models). A lot of people bought those cars as they were very popular.
BTW, I had a 1975 2 door coupe with the A14, 4 speed. My wife had a 1976 4 door B210 with the A14 and 4 speed as well. Those cars ran with very little maintenance and were not very rust prone (at least not in my area), which was amazing compared to the early Honda and Toyota models.
Those were days of the "basic" cars. No power anything.

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yes B310

car is at work can take some pics tomorrow
pm me an email I can send you a couple that I have

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good story





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These coupes look good

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Were they using DOHC / ET heads in mid 80s ?? Why did some run Alcohol ??

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A-series are well known in sprint car
often many have converted A series to use
OHC and DOHC heads, in fact they are still
used by junior sprint series

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Re: f/s saas seats
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Interested in pics. So sunny b310 rails?

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