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Re: cherry coupe on YA
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yes the other type of fastback coupe is nicer
http://www.jiyujikan.com/cherry/map/gunma/img/4.jpg
but I like these as well especially the big rear glass
you can put a nice shiny engine in the rear like a testarossa
some big flares and wheels and it would be awesome.
The rear handles on this ones bumpers are a laugh!
http://cdn.mkimg.carview.co.jp/minkar ... 42/p1.jpg?ct=6f479522b719

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Re: nissan reliability after 5 years of its first electric vehicle
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Im looking at buying a leaf but mot new unless they look like the e-power note
yet second hand like you say they are great value for money if batts are good.
The leaf is a daggy looking thing unless its a TRD model they are neat.
I prefer the Nissan EV SUV than a Tesla SUV but only 200 came out :(

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Re: nissan reliability after 5 years of its first electric vehicle
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one of the rare evs by Nissan

Laurel C130-EV
http://www.banpei.net/2011/08/25/webmining-nissan-laurel-c130ev

In 1974 Nissan developed an electric passenger sedan based on the Nissan Laurel. The Nissan Laurel C130-EV] - referred to as the Datsun 200L-EV in export markets - developed to be used by the VIPs at the 1975 International Oceanographic Exposition in Okinawa.[4] It was originally engineered by the Prince Motor Company, but produced by Nissan when the company assumed Prince operations in 1966.

The C130-EV uses one 16.0 kW (21.5 hp) electric motor, rear-mounted and driving the rear axle through a two-speed automatic transmission. The Nissan Laurel C130-EV has a claimed top speed of 85 km/h (53 mph)[4] and a range of 65 km (40 mi). Nissan's next electric car venture would be the 1998 Altra.


Nissan Altra
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia ... ssan_R%27nessa_EV_001.JPG
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_R%27nessa#Nissan_Altra

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Re: cherry coupe on YA
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Re: WTB 'Buffalo' fuel inj manifold
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or are you flogging a dead Buffalo!

Im sure the guy would still make them

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Re: FS: H190 LSD in USA
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These are very hard to get here in Japan these days as supplies are exhausted
by enthusiasts doing up old skylines into hakosukas that didnt have them and
a Japanese Retro Skyline shop sells them for 190,000 yen second hand.
This is a bargain for light 7.5 inch clutch pack lsd that can handle big hp.

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Re: L,series
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sure they can be paired using aftermarket or Matts manis
however you have to make sure the weber manifold outlets
match the carbs or get the spacing between carbs and mani
to be modified to suit. It can be alot of work but L series
weber manifolds are a cheap starting point.

The NA20 head have the best flow to suit road applications hence
they are still used on 4wd, taxis, industrial and buses albeit with
plenty of emissions gear and restrictive inlet and outlets.
Just using the EFI and headers from the earlier Z frees them
up substantially and the roller rockers are one of only 2 factory heads
used for mass produced Nissans in this first then the rare complex Sr20ve.
Z manifodls fit straight on but so would the ease of making a bike carb mani
http://www.jameng.com/product_images/ ... 99003.831__75556_zoom.jpg

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Re: L,series
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The L series inlets dont lend themselves well for evenly spaced carbs like these
Some people have done it but if you are after a peppy engine with good economy
the ones in the pic should be fine but I would use the last of the L series based
heads that came after the Z series which are called NA series.
Here someone had one for sale and you can see they come factory standard with
roller rockers and evenly spaced ports. Here in Japan the Nissan 720 guys run them
with the flat slides and webers and they sound awesome and have excellent mid range.
One I saw at a yearly meet made close to 166 hp ate @ 7400rpm and 160lbs of torque but
standard will make 120hp with good headers and induction stock cam etc.
The rocker cover is standard Z series and uses L series ignition.
https://www.olx.co.za/ad/nissan-na20-cylinder-head-ID165Qcz.html

maybe if still avail you can get a soufrikan member to look at it?

more pics from alibaba
https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail ... der-head_60415432320.html

They take all standard Z series manifolds so can also run Z series injection, headers and
even KA24de turbo manifolds with little effort porting them for clearance

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Re: nissan reliability after 5 years of its first electric vehicle
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love to retrofit a Nissan Flying Feather with Leaf power :)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdsIqPX6LH4

datsun reliability re-established in one of their cars

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