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About Wahinkpe69

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    Umatilla, Oregon
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    82 Datsun 210 Deluxe Wagon; 94 Dodge Ram 2500 SLT Lariat V-10
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    Too many to list, but obviously tinckering with cars is on the top of the list.

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  1. Thanks for the info. DatzenMike, appreciate your comments as always brother, although I don't always agree. What do mean a real Weber? It is a real Weber, made in Spain. As far as rebuild kits only being $30 for A15 Hitachi I'd love to know your source. Cheapest ones I found were $135. Also, Hitachi is not able to be rebuilt. It's got a cracked housing causing a vacuum leak and gas leak. Not to mention a bad ant-dieseling solenoid, bad choke, etc. It's garbage. This carb didn't come off of a Pinto either but a Suzuki. If I remember correctly the carbs on the Pinto were the Holley Weber 5
  2. Maybe, I should have been more clear. The only one I can afford (used) is the DGAV at a local wrecking yard. New is way outside of my budget. So, the question is whether or not I can make the DGAV work. Not whether or not it will be easy or clean. Eventually, I want to find an EGI for it so I can have fuel injection.
  3. So, looking to upgrade my carb from the lousy Hitachi which is cracked and has a bad choke, to the Webber 32 36. Only problem, is the only one I can find is the DGAV not the DGEV. So, my question, to those who know the difference is, will the DGAV fit even though it is aqua and not electric? Everything that I have found recommends the DGEV. Greatly appreciate some expert advice, especially from you DatsunMike . Really like to get this thing back on the road. Thanks in advance.
  4. So, I had set the timing at tdc but it was on the exhaust stroke. Once I spun it 180° it fired right up. I also welded up a custom exhaust system to replace the blown out muffler(caused by a backfire) and am in the process of rigging up a manual choke to replace the garbage electrostatic choke that is no good. Should run great(in theory) after this. Will post photos of the exhaust when I weld up the baffle. It's a little too loud with the glasspack cherrybomb and no dampering.
  5. No this car never ran correctly. My roomate screwed with the distributor so I had to reset it to tdc at the 1st plug. It is electronic no points. It is not flooded. I had to adjust the carb because it was flooding. Wires are in order. Plugs are good. Plug wires are good. Has spark. Has full tank of gas. Vacuum is hooked up correctly. I have trouble shooted everything you normally check. I'm puzzled
  6. Hey, guys. So, my 210 was flooding out and didn't want to start. So, I took the carb off and found that when the kid that had it rebuilt the carb, he didn't adjust the float and float plate to spec. So, I adjusted everything per the service manual specs. Then, reinstalled everything. Well, the fuel level reads normal in the window on the carb but, it won't start and it is detonating in the manifold like a shotgun blast.I re-checked the vacuum lines and all of those were put back correctly. Distributer was reset at tdc. I'm at a loss. Any suggestions? Thanks
  7. datzenmike: I never said anything about the S-30. I Like the wagon's overall body style I just think it's too plain hence, the customization. I've customized every car/truck that I've owned. I don't do cookie-cutter (i.e., bone stock). I'm not into having a vehicle like everyone else's. I've never been a conformist whether it's fashion or a vehicle. I have my own style. As far as the z-car front fenders etc not matching up or just bolting on, I know. Otherwise, what's the point? A body kit is still cookie-cutter because anyone can bolt it on. Also, you were right about it being a 210 (B-310
  8. Thanks for all the input however, I'm talking about modifying a 280z front-end to fit my B210 Deluxe Wagon. And yes, it IS a Datsun B210 Deluxe Wagon, referred to in Japan as the Datsun Sunny B310 Deluxe Wagon. B210 and 210 is the same thing. However, a B310 and a 310 are not. My first car was an 83 Subaru Loyale GL 4x4 Wagon, very similar to the Datsun B210 Wagons. I am well-versed in Japanese cars of the 80's having grown up in the 80's around them as my dad owned several. I helped him wrench on all them. DatsunMike, appreciate your concern but this is far from the only custom
  9. bilzbobaggins, exactly! I love the body lines of the wagon but front of the z-cars
  10. A B310 is NOT the same as a 310. But no it isn't an import. It's a USA California (unfortunately ) edition. I thought about maybe doing a beamer front swap, too. Haven't really decided. I just got my Datsun from a friend of a friend for free. It sat since 2013. I've finally got it running pretty good, tracked down all the vacuum leaks, etc. Long way from where I want to be, though
  11. Thanks for all the input however, I'm talking about modifying a 280z front-end to fit my B210 Deluxe Wagon. And yes, it IS a Datsun B210 Deluxe Wagon, referred to in Japan as the Datsun Sunny B310 Deluxe Wagon. B210 and 210 is the same thing. However, a B310 and a 310 are not. My first car was an 83 Subaru Loyale GL 4x4 Wagon, very similar to the Datsun B210 Wagons. I am well-versed in Japanese cars of the 80's having grown up in the 80's around them as my dad owned several. I helped him wrench on all them. DatsunMike, appreciate your concern but this is far from the only custom
  12. With a 10mm (on my B210 Deluxe Wagon, anyway) wrench very carefully or curved needle-nosed pliers!
  13. Anybody ever done a Datsun B210/280z front-end swap? I want to put a 280z front-end on my B210 Deluxe Wagon anybody have any ideas or know where to get a 280z front-end that DOESN'T cost an armand a leg? Thanks.
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