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5t341tH

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About 5t341tH

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  • Birthday 05/30/1988

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    Huntington Beach, CA
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    78 620, 13 GenCoupe, 85 GS700e, 01 CBR600

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  1. Hey could you ask your buddy who did his interior? I'd like to do the same
  2. https://datsunforum.com/Datsun_Wiring_Diagrams/Datsun 620 Pickups/Datsun_620_Pickup_Wiring_Diagram_1978.pdf
  3. Here’s for a 75 https://datsunforum.com/Datsun_Wiring_Diagrams/Datsun 620 Pickups/Datsun_620_Pickup_Wiring_Diagram_1975.pdf
  4. I have the I have the diagram. Let me find it
  5. i did an engine swap and used a standalone wiring loom as well. I just kept all the wiring needed for the starter relay and horn. I cut open the original loom and removed all the old wiring i did not need
  6. i removed all of mine besides the horn and the ignition switch relay
  7. 5t341tH

    620 bedliner?

    from what I hear, bedliners will make your bed rust from water collecting under it. On my bed, I used bedliner that I rolled on and it looks great imo
  8. I've done this mod already. strip the black sheathing back a bit. follow the green/white wire down and it should be spliced into the green wire. cut that off and run a dedicated wire from the brake light switch at the pedal and connect to it.
  9. 5t341tH

    Fuel lines

    no issues of course. it should be plenty of of fuel coming in.
  10. 5t341tH

    Fuel lines

    I replaced all the hardlines on my sr20det swap with -6AN fuel lines. I used a retrofit in tank fuel pump from Fitech
  11. 5t341tH

    Engine swap help

    I just finished an SR swap into my 620. Time invested was about 10 months. Cost.....i don't want to talk about it. There was lots of fabricating to make things work. But in the end, it's worth it because it's fast!
  12. 5t341tH

    Vented hood anyone?

    Ok ok. It’s a need as well as a want. I have aftermarket manifold on it so it exposes the BMC to pretty direct heat. I will have to fabricate a heat shield to help with that. My swap does have aluminum rad and electric fans. I removed the driver side high beam to let in some cool air into the filter
  13. 5t341tH

    Vented hood anyone?

    this is what I really want to accomplish
  14. 5t341tH

    Vented hood anyone?

    I was thinking of that. Raising the rear end a bit to allow ventilation. Or cutting louvers into it
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