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States 1200 Coupe. (Oregon, US)
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Greetings from Oregon. I bought a relative decent 72 coupe a few weeks ago.

I have build thread going on the 510 realm

http://www.the510realm.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=26844

I would like to share the progress here as it develops

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I read your write up .... what a drama getting it home.

Hope you're happy with it, there is a lot of very helpful info on this site and good people who can answer most if not all your questions.

Good luck with the build !

Posted on: 2014/5/29 2:39
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I have been reading over the A to B head thread. It has to be done.... I'm going to try it out :)

I'm very happy with the car. The drama just made for good history.

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Started working on an A-Block to Mazda Head engine for the 1200.

I was able to see where the Mazda 1.5 head gasket lined up on the A-Block. Still need to go purchase a head from the local salvage yard. Guess the only salvage depot in town that has Mazda heads wants $150.00 USD. Seems a bit steep for a risk of being scrap.

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So inspect the head first. For $150 it ought a be good ready to run head. http://datsun1200.com/modules/mediawi ... on#Inspecting_a_used_head

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Doing some design work before I start machining my intake system for my CVK carburetors.

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Nice work. Is that a genuine Datsun 1200 base plate?

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No sir. That is much larger than the Datsun Hitachi air cleaner case.. The filter that will fit that is a K&N E-3035

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Got ya. It just looked like this Datsun twin Hitachi base plate

What's it from?

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Its a custom one.

I am milling everything but the velocity stacks on my CNC. The stacks will be printed on a Hi-Def 3D printer with a metallic plastic mixture.

I am not sure what the filter is from but I searched the Goog until I found one that met my standard for design. (20.3125" X 9.500" x 4.00")

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