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Re: murry the morry
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Very nice looking installation. About that clutch, is it the 200mm version? Looks like it takes up the entire flywheel

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180b clutch

A12 flywheel machined to take the pressureplate and disc

Posted on: 9/28 23:44
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Nice. 180B (Datsun 610) uses a 200mm clutch
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This is how I was told to modify the A12 flywheel:
1. machine the step out of it (mill it totally flat)
2. drill new holes closer to the rim for the larger pressure plate
Better yet, mill the edge down to re-create the step. The step is not needed -- with a flat surface the clutch will wear out a bit sooner, but still work good perhaps for several years
See L-series clutch on A-series flywheel

Posted on: 9/29 1:26
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"Even if the ECU won't handle it, the system can be richened or leaned by adjusting the fuel pressure at the rail"

LOL if only later systems where that easy!!! Always dreaded all ecu systems to modify like we can mod carbies. Especially after seeing so many tuners and customers spending weeks, months and years on them.

The datto ecu setup sounds like a heaven sent beauty just like datsuns "simple and concise"

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