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Re: Sequential shift kits
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Re: Sequential shift kits
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Paddle shift kits would be a hoot.

Posted on: 6/20 19:42
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S1 Sequential makes a really nice kit for the Tremec T56 but I would like to see if our community could come up with a similar idea for the Datsun.

This would be a very fun item to DIY

After a crack at the cross flow head BTW.

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Re: A12 Cross Flow Head
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That's some really great mileage output!

Posted on: 6/15 19:48
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Re: A12 Cross Flow Head
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Been online gleaning as much information from images and videos of cnc work on cylinder heads.

I am drawing up as much visual input to see how I am going to approach the new head. I think its starting to bother my wife how glued to the phone or computer I have become.

Posted on: 6/15 15:21
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Re: A12 Cross Flow Head
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I have a good idea for water jackets on the billet head, but it just means more O-Ring gaskets.

No big deal.

I just got a new production contract with a local company so my time to play with items got narrower. I do plan to purchase another CNC mill with this added work load and that should make for simultaneous effort on fun stuff while the other CNC does the production.

Posted on: 6/8 15:22
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Re: A12 Cross Flow Head
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I love the DOHC mods people have done. These setups make really good power.

The AY is way more complicated than I am willing to step into right now. Right now I am setting the A12 head up and pulling dimension for model creation.

Posted on: 6/7 14:10
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Re: A12 Cross Flow Head
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That project is amazing!!

Posted on: 6/6 22:26
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Re: A12 Cross Flow Head
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The AY12 head is a beautiful looking head.

For the most part I want to try and keep everything as (simple swap over) as possible. I haven't any idea of cost at this point. I don't want to put too much pressure on myself to put a product out at the moment. I want to explore my ability to create a working efficient item, and then explore the ability to manufacture.

On the AY head. wouldn't the push rods from the A block be in the wrong spot for the head to work?

Dattoboy: Do you have access to a 3D printer? Once you have a complete 3D model you could essentially print out your casting plugs if the printer is large enough.

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Re: Coupe Hot Rod FS - Seattle
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I wouldn't recognize it for that much cash ever.

I hope this sits forever at that price.

Posted on: 6/5 20:35
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