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freaky510 last won the day on November 15 2010

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About freaky510

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  • Birthday 06/25/1973

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    longview wa
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    72 4dr 65 411 air bagged 78 Dixie Belle
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    autocross
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    framer,jack of all trades master of none

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  1. And the Dumb Guy Question of the day.... I am swapping motors from my 72 into my 79. I have a stage 2 Norris cam(Don't remember the specs) and a Weber DCOE 45. The timing has been advanced like 24 degrees and  jetting for it has been done.I had it dialed in by the local machine shops son. I have ran this motor HARD!!   So.... Can I just TDC it and not have to re-jet or ???

    1. datzenmike

      datzenmike

      What engine is in the '72? L16??

       

      What '79????? Truck, car???? what????

       

       

      Static timing on an L series is 12 degrees. It won't run at 24. Total static and centrifugal timing should be limited to about 32 degrees when revved up.

       

       You say you 'had it dialed in' but are you talking about the '72???? If just swapping the '72 engine into a '79 you don't need to re-jet or set to TDC.

    2. freaky510

      freaky510

      It's a L20b out of a 79 620 we put in my 72 510. We spent a few days and some coin on all the jets and emulsion tubes, cam tower shims and what not to make it work. As I stated his Dad owns the local machine shop and he is well versed in the Datsun world. I am waiting to hear back from him to confirm the settings we did on it. But from memory it was pretty advanced to bring the power in at lower RPM's. I can honestly say I have Never had it out of second gear but once. Just to say I made it.  It has been about 6-7 years or so since I had it dialed in. It worked Great, until my divorce and it had got pushed to the side while I did the single Dad thing.. 

  2. I gotta FREE L20b block.  You pick up. located in Silverlake Wa.

  3. Would someone tell Izzo to check his message's!!!!

    1. 420n620

      420n620

      He was on FB this morning. Message him. Tim's moving so you know. 

  4. Any members in the Ellensburg area ?? Needing to have some battery cables changed on my daughters 510. Willing to pay.

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    2. freaky510

      freaky510

      She got it and thanks for all the negative input !! When it comes to your kids needing help I hope they get the same. This is the shit that keeps from asking for help in this group!!

       

    3. Rick-rat

      Rick-rat

      I would have gladly helped, but I am 2 1/2 to 3 hours away from there.

    4. freaky510

      freaky510

      Ahhh the infamous Deleting your negative comments.......

      Thanks Rick she got it

       

  5. Not sure my seedo stops at 120, I Hit the P in the Mph and it snapped the speedo cable. L20B head worked over, 45mm dcoe, stage 3 cam and r200 zx 5 speed. On a trip back from Blue lake to Spokane. NO BULLSHIT !!
  6. There always has to be that 1 asshat that ruins it for everyone else..... Ratsun SMFH !!!
  7. I was going to share mine but looks like someone beat me to it.
  8. I'm Down since he's to fucking lazy to come see me :yawn:
  9. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=769363169752297&set=pb.100000358648998.-2207520000.1445272263.&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/Mr.Freaky510/videos/vb.100000358648998/689145994440682/?type=3&theater
  10. If you end up gong with a different wheel , MAKE SURE THE STUDS ARE THE SAME AS THE LUGS !!!!! This is the problem holding up my FBSS 411. The 65 411 has smaller studs than newer style wheels. I have 200sx wheels on my 411, The studs are a different thread pitch and are a larger stud for the wheels I am running. The only solution I have found, is to get some grade 10 bolts, have the ends milled down and weld the studs in. I might go with a higher grade bolt to handle all the bouncing around it will be doing. Also if you roll the fenders use some HEAT !! the rears go fairly easy but the fronts are a PIA !!! way soft metal it likes to push the fender out and can get it a little funky. Good Luck !!
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