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Re: Connecting Rods specs?
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A series runs a 48mm journal
Are you offset grinding for stoke ?

A12 rods are 121.5mm c/c
A14/15 are 133mm

Posted on: 2020/2/3 12:04
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Re: DOHC Front adapter plates
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Magna V6 water pump comes with a back housing... I vaguely recall these are remote... but could be wrong ... aybe that was the early 4 cyl ones.
Might be too big also

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Posted on: 2020/1/12 0:13
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Re: DOHC Front adapter plates
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I'm in for a kit if one emerges
PRefer complete so I don't have to think about anything
Shall watch with anticipation

Posted on: 2020/1/10 10:26
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Re: 1968 Sunny Coupe - Right Hand Drive
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I guess the Jap coupes only got the single line master cylinder ?
Cooky fuel pump design and location too
I see the rocker cover breather is plumbed into the air cleaner housing... probably correct for coupe
None of mine have been that original.. but I remember a few of my cars over the years just had a 180 degree bend and a steel pipe that breathed the gases down onto the road at the back of the head

Posted on: 2020/1/9 12:48
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Re: IS this an A14 or A15 sump?
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Yep that's from the yellow car
But its an unmodified sump
Was in a 1200 previously
Goes into a 1000 just the same
Only thing is... there's no ground clearance on a 1000 anyway.
Sump sits just off the crossmember and the pan sits down low in the breeze.. .that's why they have those sump guards
Width you will get... depth you will not

I have plans to either mod the pan and move the engine back... or dry sump... when the motor goes into the caged car

Posted on: 2020/1/1 12:07
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Re: 1968 Sunny Coupe - Right Hand Drive
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Nice pickup
Never seen one of those in US before
Treat her well

Posted on: 2020/1/1 12:03
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Re: IS this an A14 or A15 sump?
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Poor pics... just cut the plastic wrap off the engine and not been cleaned
But
I run an A14 block with A15 crank on the race engine
Still with the A14 sump
No bulges

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Posted on: 2019/12/31 11:39
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Re: 77mm ITM Piston, Confirming Dish Volume.
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Rock won't ship to Oz anymore
Stupid tax system

Posted on: 2019/12/16 11:20
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Re: Extreme A12 Head mods
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Comes alive over .4
But would need a big cam and rocker ratio to use it

Posted on: 2019/11/18 11:20
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Re: A12 race motor with 10.56 to 1 compression
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Now work out your dynamic compression ratio
My static was about 12.9 but dynamic was closer to 10

https://www.enginebasics.com/Advanced% ... tatic%20vs%20Dynamic.html

Posted on: 2019/11/4 11:37
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