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Re: Datsun 1200 A15 build
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So i got my new diff from the diff doctor here in the ACT

Brand new borgwarner diff cut and shortened 35mm spline billet axels, 4.11 ratio, R31 disk's and calipers, braided lines, they have done an excellent job looks great just need to put it in makes the little h165 look like a kid's toy

It primed currently just needs to go to the powder coater next week

The leafmount seats are 980mm centre to centre and from hub to hub 1160mm total length

I will put up some pictures of the diff and brake setup soon along with a comparision sizing from the h165..

Next thing to do is get my yoke fixed up and new tailshaft shortned with a borgwarner 8 bolt uni :)

Posted on: 2013/11/29 21:23

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Re: Datsun 1200 A15 build
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Nice.
Looks like you're just over 45 1/2 inches from hub to hub. What are your wheel offsets?

Posted on: 2013/11/29 21:44
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Love the grille.
Wheels look tough. Can't wait to see this cruising round the streets.

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Wheel offsets are front +18 15x5 rear are +35 15x5 perfect fit

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Here is a look at the diff and the new parts ill give you full spec's on it shortly in comparison to the h165 in there currently

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R32 rear brakes? Look like commo or r31 just asking because I didnt know handbrake linkage worked the same way or something?

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Yeah sorry that's my bad incorrect typing (will edit) it is R31 rear calipers so that i can use the same linkage from the datsun itself had the mounting point welded the same point so the cables will reach to the correct spots at the caliper :)

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So the diff is now in the car tailshaft all sorted

and i just so happened to have a big win on the pokies a few weeks ago and just got back from Thailand thus went ahead and ordered alot of parts to finish the final touches and finish building the A15 into something really nice

Christmas came early :P most parts from bproject's ebay or new-datsun-parts and other numberous websites :)
new GX double valve springs
Adjustable Cam gears
My new Forged flat top pistons
New Tomei light weight pushrods
Larger Valves intake/exhaust
Valve seats and retainers
Tomei Camshaft 296/297 duration
Catch Can
new handbrake setup
kick panels
chain tentioner
valve lifters
electronic dizzy
combination lamp
license plate covers
and a few more goodies :)

once this is done the last thing on my list to do is the hard cover and then engineering and registration been a long time coming but its almost there :)

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means you'll be selling the H165 soon ;)

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The H165 is already up forsale what came out its pending payment and pickup this sunday.. I have another H165 forsale as well its just needs a good clean up been sitting for about 18 months it has 4.11 ratio and have H165 for sale with 3.9 ratio

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