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FORMULA PACIFIC
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its amazing whats coming out of the woodwork for sale these days

October 1979 or October 1989 日産自動車株式会社・宣伝部 宣伝第三課・発行。

210mmX295mm 12 pages

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imagine back in the day when you could simply order one of these ... no searching needed. Just pays your money

only problem ,,, weber downdraft or weber sidedraft?

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Amazing...ain't never did hear of such a thing in all my born days!
This was for a spec class of open wheel racer back in the day?
Anyone have any further information on the engine and racing class?
Anyone have a pallet or three of these engines and ancillary bits laying around collecting dust that they'd like to be rid of for a pittance?

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was only used in the Pacific region unfortunately. Here in America with our 7-liter engines we had no need for a 280hp 1.6 liter

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How about this setup with unknown oval port head?

https://www.jauce.com/auction/h354661705

could sit in the back with IRS and boost
probably could get close to 260hp but
diff and trans prob no way however do
wonder if lsd was used by the cherry racers!???

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Just a Datsun F10 engine, nothing special

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I take that back. It's a twin-carb A12 with 80 horsepower

still ... it doesn't have a 16-valve head

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so it is identical to a GX motor just FWD setup A12T

### A special version of the A12 called the "A12 GX" engine, was available (A12GX or A12T for front-wheel drive applications). With twin Hitachi sidedraft carburetors, a longer duration camshaft and 10:1 compression ratio, it delivered 83 hp (62 kW) @6400 rpm, up 20% from standard A12 engines. The GX engine was offered in Japanese Domestic Market Nissan Sunny 1200 GX sedans and coupes. The identical specification A12T engine was offered in the front-wheel-drive Nissan Cherry X-1. ####

For 16v engine Id rather an all alloy QR25DE with billet rocker cover, front cover and inlet manifold for ITBS, titanium exhaust and still only spent 10% the cost of these rare gems

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The L14 Twin Cam won its first race. Sunny 1, 2, 3!

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