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Re: 1200 ute h165 diff in a 1000 ute. Possible?
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I just wasn't sure of the splines were the same from 411 bluebird to 910 bluebird. Someone has told me the 411 diff is the same length as the 1000 but I'd like to confirm this with my own eye :)

Would be good if the e15et engine fits and having a h165 as I think it would be suitable and a budget conversion. I picked up a e15et motor for $150, 2nd hand aftermarket computers are pretty cheap these days which takes care of the dizzy in the firewall issue and if I can fit the td04 turbo by using the stick e15et manifold with just a simple adapter (t25 flange, 2 inch 90 degree steampipe fitting on to td04 flange) then it might work out to a very cheap source of power upgrade. N12 turbo stuff are almost throwaways these days and so are stock td04's

Posted on: 2022/2/27 13:29
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Re: Is there an A series auto trans that's incredibly strong?
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Apparently the auto doesn't fit into the stock 1000 manual trans tunnel unfortunately :(

Will look into the 71 series conversion thought. Just to add to the e15et conversion, I'm thinking with a 90 degree t25 to td04 adapter, I should be able to use the suby td04. Am hoping I can use the stock downpipe too. Been over 10 years since I did this conversion. The mock up in the wiki is my old ute

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Re: Is there an A series auto trans that's incredibly strong?
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Another thing I did find out was the e15et never came in am auto. The flywheel bolt pattern is different to the non turbo e series so I can't use a flexplate of a non turbo e series. I need to also be able to have teeth that will work with the a series starter as normally I have to change the e15et flywheel ring gear to an a series one to work with the a series starter motor

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Re: Is there an A series auto trans that's incredibly strong?
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The e15et has a lot of potential once u throw out the stock turbo, computer, throttle body etc. Plenty for what I'll need and they are really cheap because no one wants them anymore lol.

I'm guessing the a12 jatco won't fit in the tunnel of my 1000 ute? I don't think the poor 60 series will hold up too well to a mildish boosted e15et :/

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Re: 1200 ute h165 diff in a 1000 ute. Possible?
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So does anyone know what the 411 total length is?

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Re: 1200 ute h165 diff in a 1000 ute. Possible?
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A 411 diff might be a bit hard around here. Were the splines the same as what's on the 1200 Ute's and bluebirds? I had a feeling there was something different about them? Awesome to know they are same lengths but

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1200 ute h165 diff in a 1000 ute. Possible?
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Hey all, sorry to post whore lately. From reading in the wiki, the 1200 ute diff is longer then a 1000 diff by 66mm. 1st, are 1000 ute diffs the same length as 1000 sedans etc? Can this 66mm be compensated by wheel offset alone? So need to pull wheels in by 33mm each side

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Re: Is there an A series auto trans that's incredibly strong?
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Am I reading correctly that the datsun 1200 jatco 3N71B was also in cars like the 280zx, rx7, road pacer etc? Should that not easily be able to handle an e15et?

Posted on: 2022/2/22 15:00
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Is there an A series auto trans that's incredibly strong?
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Hey all. A long time ago I managed to put a e15et in a 1000 using a 60 series gearbox. I have an opportunity to buy another e15et. Is there an A series auto trans that can withstand the power of a decently boosted E15et? It's just a thought for way way down the track.

Posted on: 2022/2/22 10:33
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Re: A10 turbo. Has anyone done it? What are the limitations?
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Ddgonzal I think u may have answered this in a previous post. So what sort of engine hp would I be looking at with an a10 bottom end, m30 head (which is the only head I have), around 15psi with a simple injection setup (fuel and ignition)?

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