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Re: So after all that I decided to stick with the A-series engine.
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I've sent you a direct message with some of the details. Cheers

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Re: So after all that I decided to stick with the A-series engine.
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Maybe a little inspiration for you.....

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Posted on: 2021/7/7 1:01
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Re: Clutch Cable Help.
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Thanks guys. Everything is definitely loosened off. Will tackle again this weekend.

Posted on: 2019/12/24 2:40
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Clutch Cable Help.
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What have I done wrong here....

Engine and gearbox removed. Hence, clutch cable removed also. New engine fitted with same gearbox and same cable. Gearbox is a 'large hole' so uses a washer to locate the cable in the box housing. For the life of us I cant get the cable to reach through the hole and over the clutch fork hook. There is no reason why it should reach. Yes its all undone and made as long as possible etc etc.... Has the clutch being bolted onto a new block changed this somehow? What am I missing?

Posted on: 2019/12/17 7:59
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Re: Thread and hose barb size
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Thank you very much!

Posted on: 2019/10/22 22:18
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Thread and hose barb size
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Hi Guys.
Could someone please tell me what both the thread and hose barb sizes are for the two fittings the bolt into the head at the two points indicated? I know the rear one is 90degrees while the front is straight but if someone could shed some light that would be great.

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Posted on: 2019/10/21 23:26
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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: 2019/3/10 6:00
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Re: A15 pistons
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Thanks everyone.

Posted on: 2018/12/8 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: 2018/12/7 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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