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Re: B310 SGX-E Wagon build
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You might try a throttle cable from same vintage Datsun which have same firewall end. These look longer
* A10 1980 45.5" long
* S110 1980 $8 Rockauto.com

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I'll give the 510 one a shot thanks!

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Please, if anyone has an 82-83 200SX rear end, let me know! Will be needing it once I start to put power to the ground! I say this because I just acquired a 3.7 ratio 2 way clutch LSD pumpkin...just need a rearend to put it in!

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Got a bunch of parts in the mail today. The A10 throttle cable is about perfect it seems, so ive got a RHD B110 throttle cable for sale! Brand new! I got the A14E cam and valve cover in the mail will spend some time stripping the cover down and refinishing it. The a/c compressor is not like any ive seen before. Will have to do some research to see what's compatible because it looks much shorter than a 280zx or 810 compressor. I'm home sick from work today so whenever I feel better expect more work to be done. Also, the turbo kit is enroute from Japan, should be here Friday.

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Couple shots of a mock-up of the EFI and turbo setup. The exhaust manifold flange hits on the very bottom of the intake manifold flange due to its wet intake design so some trimming will be necessary. The turbo looks to be a Mitsubishi 4D56 Pajero TD04-09B which might be good for about 150hp so I'm looking to buy a TD04-10T to replace it for about $200 so I get the addition of water cooled center and have the ability to later upgrade to a 15T compressor if I want to go up to ~250hp.

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If you look closely you'll notice this is setup with TWO waste gates, so one will likely get eliminated, probably the internal gate if the external fits around the chassis/engine bay OK.

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Never mind, found a drop in billet cartridge for it, will probably go that route when the time comes for $700

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Check this out for compressor ideas: A-series Compressor Brackets

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I need a used/junk 280zx or other 79-83 Datsun A/C compressor to test out on this new bracket. I already tried hitting up the local Z club, but nobody has responded. Anyone got one in the US they wouldn't mind separating with???

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What car did the EFI manifold originally come off.?

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Originally it would've been on a 79-82 B310 Sunny SGX-E, however the guy I bought it off of in Australia back around 1998 or 99, I don't know what he had it on. So I've had it for 18 or 19 years now collecting dust and waiting. Glad I never sold it, but honestly the runners/ports are a little small for my built head, or a GX head, but I'm sure it'll work just fine. To get the most out of my setup, I'd be better off going with a GX or twin sidedraft manifold with an EFI conversion/DCOE or SU individual throttle bodies, but that's a lot more $ when I already have this ready to go.

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