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Re: Bumblebee
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unique mods there! Renault Kwid never knew existed.....

Posted on: 1/11 14:57
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Re: Datsun 1000 round badge copied?
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most of the datsun stuff is copied from somewhere and adapted, good find!
One of those rear fins and guards on the fury almost weigh as much as a 1000 shell!
My college restored one and changed it from red to black duco, got dirty as soon
as you washed it much prefer that white one! some of the biggest rear fins ever made!

Posted on: 1/11 14:54
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Re: Lowering Of Engine
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I lowered my A14 and A15 by custom engine mount brackets and hammering the Sump on a dummie block
as I wanted more clearance when closing my 1000 bonnets. Handling was probably worse than with orig A10.
Driveshaft angle is not such an issue as many bike engine conversions angle shaft like crazy.

I always wanted to tilt the A series to angle the inlets for my bike carbs but starter motor limited
the amount of lean somewhat and would have to get rid of the leaf sprung in the front crossmember which
is not an issue with the later A series cars. In Japan a kb10 did angle the A15 but used coil overs.

Posted on: 1/11 14:51
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Re: Summernats 2023 - 1000+ hp 1200 Wagon
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10,350rpm 1065hp from a stock crankshaft SR in that little wagon is mind bending
a few less hp than the GTR and hes had the car for over 20 years thanks for the link

Posted on: 1/11 14:00
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Re: Toyota Solution for the Stanza, 310 and bluebird
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I never even knew there was an A and a B version of the watts, maybe production runs or race vs street, magnesium content?

Toyota enthusiasts use the 3Y crank into the 2/3tc engines which is an OHV crankshaft into either the legendary hemi tc head
or the tg twin cam head. There are some 16v twin spark heads factory and aftermarket but fetch the moon.

Thanks for posting that pic off the video!!! its a rare 2 door van and sounds amazing pulling away...which country Germany?
Those guys are not mainstream consumers it seems :)

The Russian translated vid tells that its higher octane just lower energy but an engine to suit wood gas was never fully developed.

Low energy high octane would suit a well designed flat head/side valve slow burn and high torque at low rpm like a diesel but
way less stress as compression could be around 14 to 1 like Mazda and Nissan engines are using today.

Posted on: 2022/11/18 1:01

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Re: Toyota Solution for the Stanza, 310 and bluebird
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not sure about the wheels, I thought the B where a little deeper? or just later runs???

might as well call this the anything goes thread as Im trying to save web space to ask

if this is a 1200 van in this wood gas video? he takes off like its on steroids after chatting to the wood gas dude
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhmTjLZKing

also anyone done a wood gas datsun? or nissan engined gen set running wood gas?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2ZKn3WQJ1s

wood gas crash course videos one of the best docos ever
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoRI4S4K6ec

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8un7W2QpZag

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Toyota Solution for the Stanza, 310 and bluebird
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This thing is glorious with an engine just smaller than the FJ from factory but the mighty 3tc can also be taken up to 2.4L

better than any new car for 40k aud

Posted on: 2022/11/5 15:06
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anyone ever seen these famous BBS wheels on a Datsun besides Paul Newmans race cars?
Can anyone imagine them on wide body 1200, 310 or Y?
https://tse2.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.yOg94-6AGmPwD3SPkUhtwQHaFE

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Re: alternative hybrid QRSR20DE
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Hybrid as in a mix of SR with QR and yes SR20 crank with full counterweight, proven and cheap 86mm down from 100mm stroke.

A stock QR25DE is 200+hp from factory achieved at a low 6500rpm but with 86mm stroke crank 9k rpm is possible and more lift
with slightly more duration 240-280hp is possible.

The conrods are the weak link on post 2008 engines but everything else is sorted on that second revision.

Posted on: 2022/8/18 14:45
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Re: billet full counterweight A15 crankshaft $950 USD!
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just the better balance I think but weight gets heavier due to extra counterweights and denser steel matrix

Durability is the key therefore higher rpm with longer life thanks to less torsional vibrations stress etc.

The idea is to get an 87mm or 88mm stroker for sleeved 83 offset sleeved bores 1.9-2.0L A series etc

Posted on: 2022/8/18 14:44
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