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Les Collins A Series
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So most Datsun people know about or have at least looked at Les Collins' L-Series engines, but has anyone had him (or his company) do an A-series?

Posted on: 3/10 6:00
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Re: A15 pistons
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Thanks everyone.

Posted on: 12/8 6:39
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A15 pistons
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Anyone have suggestions on a supplier of a15 40thou oversized forged pistons? TIA

Posted on: 12/7 1:48
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Re: Rectangle cluster to round cluster
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Below are both rectangle and round variations of the wiring. I was pretty pedantic writing it all down but wouldn't bet my house on it. It did work for me though.

These are the wires from a Round Cluster (clock not tacho) that was taken from a ute being wrecked. I am unsure of the year.

1) Yellow/White (temp gauge)
2) Black (earth)
3) Green/Black (Right Turn)
4) Green/Blue (Illumination Lamps)
5) Green/Red (Left Turn)
6) White/Red (Charge)
7) Yellow/Red (Brake)
8) Green (12V)
9) Yellow (Fuel Gauge)
10) Black (Earth)
11) Red/White (Beam)
12) Yellow/Black (Oil)


This is the wiring from a Rectangle cluster removed from a '77 ute.

1) Blue/Green (Illumination Lamps)
2) Green (12V)
3) Green/Red (Left turn)
4) White/Red (Charge)
5) Black (earth)
6) EMPTY
7) Red/White (Beam)
8) Green/Black (Right turn)
9) Black (earth)
10) Yellow/Black (Oil)
11) Yellow/White (Temp)
12) Yellow (Fuel Gauge)

Posted on: 2018/6/18 11:53
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Re: Scuff/door trip
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Thanks mate. I'm all sorted

Posted on: 2018/5/8 13:14
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Re: Scuff/door trip
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Posted on: 2018/5/5 7:02
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Scuff/door trip
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Hi guys.

Does anyone have a set of scuff plates/trims for a ute they would like to sell? (The alloy trim that goes in the dorm jam, holds the carpet down and protects the lower sill when you get in and out).
I'm happy with original ones as long as they are in some sort of reasonable condition and you you are happy to whack them in the mail?

Thanks

Posted on: 2018/5/5 6:02
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Any Canberra members know what happened to these guys?
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I've tried the usual google searches etc with no luck. Can any of the Canberra members shed some light on what happened to these guys or if they even still exist?

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Posted on: 2017/9/8 0:52
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WTB - Flares to suit 1200 ute
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Does anybody have any they would like to sell?
Alternatively can someone recommend a decent place to purchase a set from?

Posted on: 2017/2/27 12:21
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Re: 1200 Ute - Slow progress
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Has been a while since I posted here.

Had the chance to lapsprint the ute over the weekend. 3 x 15 min sessions around Hidden Valley.

Was bloody hot, 36degrees and 80% humidity.

Managed a best of 1.42 in the old girl. A15, 5speed, street tyres.

Have some video footage here... https://youtu.be/YcFLGQ52WHg
Its a touch boring as no other cars around me at this time.

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Posted on: 2017/2/27 7:48

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