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Re: What carbs are these ??
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When I had the wreckers in late 80,s and 90,s . I collected all the what I thought was GX 12 / 14,s . It appears that all the motors over the years were T,s . I never actually had a genuine GX coupe come in or a 5 spd that wasnt a dogleg.

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Re: What carbs are these ??
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Posted on: 3/18 6:30
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What carbs are these ??
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Are these GX or T ??

Doing massive clean out of 14m x 5m garage
Finding heaps of more parts.
Im upto 9 sets of new ute tail-lights
2 sets of 3.7s
new sills , aprons hinges + heads, 5 old webers radiators and im only 1/3 way through

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Posted on: 3/18 3:39
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Re: 75-77 mm Flat Top Pistons for A12A ?
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DD , I am confused.
What does flat tops offer besides shape ?? Isnt it the compression that counts ??

These high comp 11:1 D16 pistons have pin height 19mm length 137mm compression height of 30mm
and come in 75mm/ 75.5/ 75.75/ 76

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NIPPON-RAC ... 9d4373:g:FWgAAOSwGvhT5REe

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Re: 75-77 mm Flat Top Pistons for A12A ?
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You can buy A10 flat tops 1.0 1.5 oversize here in Australia . Pretty sure their same size as A12 .
That might bring you upto 74 / 74.5 mm

http://www.swmotorsport.com.au/index.php?cPath=9_59

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Re: 75-77 mm Flat Top Pistons for A12A ?
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A few people on here say the Suzuki Vitara D16 turbo pistons fit straight in a A15.. I know they make a High Comp coated piston
11:1 for around $125 . Maybe something to investigate

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Re: Les Collins A Series
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Does Steve Newing build engines ??

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Re: Selling 1200 wagon
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Hey D. Have had a few good bites on the wagon
I,ll put up photos of the 59 Bugeye sprite soon

Posted on: 3/11 1:26
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Re: 75-77 mm Flat Top Pistons for A12A ?
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Saw these on ebay , they have a tiny lip and depending on cost , could be shaved.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/222265879138?ul_noapp=true

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Re: 75-77 mm Flat Top Pistons for A12A ?
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A shot in the dark
does J15 fit , they use a flat top , think a lower comp. then deck the block ??

Posted on: 3/10 14:03
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