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    Little Rock, AR
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    72 Datsun 1200, 69 Buick Sport Wagon, 90 Cressida, 92 240SX Conv, 93 240SX hatch, 96 GS300
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  1. afracer

    Picking up B310 wagon parts car soon

    Send me your email address so I can send you pictures. The outer one is cracked, the inneroe onthe tailgate I think is ok.
  2. afracer

    Picking up B310 wagon parts car soon

    I'll have to look at how to get the rear glass out. The driver window glass is gone. The dash pad is cracked but there. The lower dash/instrument cluster surround is non existant. I have two jdm b310 sgx instrument clusters for sale and the one from this car.
  3. afracer

    Picking up B310 wagon parts car soon

    I'm on the road right now, get back next week
  4. afracer

    What's your MPG and mods?

    On 93 octane I get 22 mpg highway, but have to turn boost waay down, on E85 I'm at 17-19 highway
  5. afracer

    What's your MPG and mods?

    No that's not bad at all for E85. I get half that in my 1.5JZ Cressida on E85 city driving at 614 rwhp.
  6. afracer

    What's your MPG and mods?

    I've been running Ngk Iridium plugs in my car, and when I went to open the gap after the MSD install, I realized they're factory gapped at .050" already, so I left them alone. Its possible the gap was already a bit too large for the oem ignition to keep up, and the MSD helped bridge that gap much better resulting in such a dramatic shift in performance and MPG. Either way it reinforces the fact that the MSD ignition works.
  7. afracer

    What's your MPG and mods?

    The stock ignition was already plugged in before the MSD addition. Without doing anything else except the MSD my cruise A/F ratios on my wideband went from 13.7-14.0 to 14.6-15.2. Additionally the car starts quicker and runs much better. If the MSD did nothing, my AFRs wouldn't have changed at all. I did not change my driving stlye I literally pulled it into the garage, added it, pulled it back out. Your assumptions are also false. I spent zero dollars on the MSD box.
  8. afracer

    What's your MPG and mods?

    My second Datsun: 1972 1200 coupe SR20DET 5 speed T28 turbo, 550 injectors, Greddy knockoff intake, Z32 mafs, SAFC2, 2.25" exhaust, Ford 8.8 w/3.73 gears 35 MPG highway and 28 city/combined
  9. afracer

    What's your MPG and mods?

    Just wanted to have some fun, liven it up in here and capture some comparisons from everyone else and share my own. List yours and accompanying mods! 1981 210 Wagon A15 5 speed Weber DGV, A15E/GX cam, GX valve springs, ported head with +1mm Si valves, 1.5 ratio rockers, Nismo lifters, Pitroad pushrods, 2.5" mandrel bent exhaust/Borla muffler, NGK iridium plugs, and I just installed a MSD Blaster 2 coil and 6AL amplifier. Before the MSD I was getting between 24-29 highway and city MPG. After the MSD I'm at 30 MPG combined with the AC going. The people who say the MSD boxes don't do anything for old Datsuns are full of crap.
  10. afracer

    Got my B210 GX

    Sure you can, move away from communist California and mod to your hearts content.
  11. afracer

    81 210 blower fan fuse?

    I was able to hotwire the motor and of course it works, turned out it was the A/C relay that failed, which hides behind the glove box, swapped it out with a spare and it all works again. Its an expensive relay to replace! Same relay more or less as the choke relay, cheapest I could find was $75 shipped. Will prob order another spare eventually, like if I win the lottery.
  12. afracer

    81 210 blower fan fuse?

    Yeah I tried all that, we just suffered thru it all day yesterday driving home. Gonna see if I can adapt a more available motor to it like how the Z guys use the Civic blower.
  13. afracer

    81 210 blower fan fuse?

    Yeah actually Nissan did hide fuses in many of their cars not in the fuse box. The 1200s had one near the firewall in the engine bay but I forgot what for, and after ripping stuff apart yesterday my suspicions were correct and I found the 30 amp A/C fuse in my 210 behind the glove box. You've got to remember, A/C cars used the larger blower motors and had an additional relay to help supply power. Bridging the fuse holders with spare change was completely unnecessary as other items (radio) on the same circuit worked perfectly once I found a picture of the fuse cover online to verify which fuse partially controlled the heater. Unfortunately, the switch was fine and blower was getting power from the fuse and relay when blower was disconnected but when I connected the positive wire, voltage went to zero so I think the motor is shot. I didn't have any loose wire to try to hotwire it and see if its truly dead but everything else including ground and switches work perfectly. I'll be home tonight to solve it, just wish we had A/C for the next 13.5 hours of driving.
  14. afracer

    81 210 blower fan fuse?

    There was never a fuse cover on the car when i bought it. A wiring diagram would be super beneficial since all of the fuses in the fuse block are good. Sometimes Nissan hides fuses and relays for things in odd areas, and the fuse for the blower could be in a different location. I don't have a multimeter with me either but am quickly learning the error of leaving home without it or my fsm.
  15. afracer

    81 210 blower fan fuse?

    Thanks, just trying to find out where the fuse is for it.
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