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Re: Wanted: CA18DET Loom and ECU
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I've probably got an ECU. Do you know what number should be on it?

Posted on: 2018/6/30 13:13
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Re: clear lens - smoked
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They do look good quality. Shame there not just on Ebay so I could buy a set of each.

Posted on: 2018/6/29 13:39
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Re: Looking for my old 1200 Coupe
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Looks like the stars aligned and the timing was right. I bought back my original 1200 Ute late last year...but I never lost track of it and always told the new owner to give me first option if he decided to sell.

Are you going to move forward with the CA18DET conversion or return it to the way you had it?

Posted on: 2018/6/26 8:45
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Re: Refill steering box - how?
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The drain plug will be the square bolt. Don't remove the one with the nut and slotted bolt through it , as this is used for setting correct backlash on the sector shaft...if you adjust it wrong you could find the steering binding up when you corner.

The Gregory's manual I have recommends SAE 90 oil.

Posted on: 2018/6/17 11:33
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Re: FS: Datsun 1200 Coupe CA18DET Race Prepped [Sold]
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Wow, I was going to say to hang onto it Ben and build some sort of carport for it (I'm guessing your in a rental, so building a garage was out of the question)... But you've sold it already!

You were about the only one with an unfinished project running for as long as mine. Shame you never got the joy of driving it in anger. Although no doubt it would still fall short of many of the modern vehicles you've been track testing over the last few years.

Hopefully the new owner will setup a project build thread on here so we can see it to completion.

Posted on: 2018/6/17 11:00
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Re: Deano's getting out of Datsuns sale
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PM sent

Posted on: 2018/5/28 6:05
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Re: SOLD - Coupe for sale - VIC, Aus
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Shame your getting out of the 1200 scene Dean. Make sure you tell the new owner to join up to 1200.com (if they are not already a member).

Posted on: 2018/5/22 13:24
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Re: Published Wheel Offset - Std 1200 Rims
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Good to hear your getting close. Wish I could say the same 😅

Posted on: 2018/5/11 13:34
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Re: Published Wheel Offset - Std 1200 Rims
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I thought someone would have the answer to this question by now. I suppose there's not to many 1200's running stock wheels these days anyway. That said you need more than just someone's measurement don't you Luke...you need it in published form from a reputable source.

I did have a look in the 'Wheels and Tyres' section of my Gregory's Workshop manual, but it only shows that it is a 12" pressed steel rim and details tyre sizes and inflation pressures.

Is this needed to judge any track width change with your new front end and wheels?

Posted on: 2018/5/11 8:23
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Re: Scuff/door trip
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If anybody else is looking for new kick/scuff plates send me a PM as I may be able to help.

Posted on: 2018/5/7 17:15
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