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Re: wtb:a12 round port gx twin carb manifold
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yep that type of lynx manifold is what i'm after, i realise there wasn't the round port style gx setup but its easier to describe it that way to get my explanation of what i'm after over the internet

Posted on: 2012/1/24 7:32
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wtb:a12 round port gx twin carb manifold
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as the title says, does anyone have a round port twin hitachi manifold to fit standard a12 they would consider selling?? thanks

Posted on: 2012/1/24 6:10
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Re: vibration
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have you had a wheel alignment done recently?? mine had a bad vibration at 40mph (60ish kph) and was fixed instantly with a wheel alignment

Posted on: 2012/1/24 5:10
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Re: diff gasket part No.??
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cool, thanks for that. Nissan in New Zealand apparently only has the old part numbers on micro fiche, they're usually ok if a part number is available though.

Posted on: 2012/1/2 5:53
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diff gasket part No.??
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Anybody with a 1200/120y parts book able to help me out with a part number for the diff head gasket for h145 diff head?? also i'm assuming that the b210 h150 gasket is the same?? have searched the wiki but couldn't find it, and local nissan dealership not to keen on searching their micro fiche. Cheers

Posted on: 2012/1/1 20:49
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Re: FS: B10 Parts, B120 Vents, H165 Diff, H145 Centre, H89 Head, E15, A14 Parts ADL
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its the starting point for making your own manifold

Posted on: 2011/12/3 9:36
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Re: L16 Bottom with Z18ET Top?
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i think before you get carried away on idea's for engine swaps, work out your max budget. Will you be doing most of the work yourself?? if not a15 efi turbo maybe $4-5k to get manifold made, all bolted together, tuned, bigger brakes (you will need them!!) diff upgrade etc. LZ hybrid thing maybe $6-10k by the time an engine workshop puts it all together (with brakes/diff etc). CA18 might be a bit cheaper as less mucking about trying to get 2 types of engines to work together than the L and Z. If you can do most of the work yourself, you might get it done for $2-3k maybe.

Any like others have said, you cant have top end speed/handling/fuel economy/reliability/and cheap to build in the same car (as a general rule anyway)

figure out your skills and budget, then go from there

also, a datsun 1200 with 100 to 120/130 horsepower feels a lot faster than some cars with 200hp etc!!

Disclaimer: this is all from my own experiences and opinions and may not mean anything to anybody!!

Posted on: 2011/11/24 8:11
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Re: 1200 parts new
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pm sent

Posted on: 2011/11/2 10:45
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Re: safe travel weight in the back of the ute????
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they're a half tonne ute, so should be ok up to that point??

Posted on: 2011/10/13 7:05
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Re: Wanted parts
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i've got one in nz if you get really stuck

Posted on: 2011/8/10 8:58
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