Prime & first start up of my new Nissan / Datsun L30, running triple 44PHH Mikuni carb's

Specs of my PMC assembled L28 (now L30) race motor- * F54 block, race prepped * P90 head, PMC porting * Brand new 44PHH Mikuni carb's (Ø40mm choke) * JE domed forged Ø89mm pistons * Spool forged rods, 140mm long * TWM inlet manifold and cold air intake * ATI harmonic balancer * Wade cam. PMC spec, 76° 0.59 lift * Race prepped crank * Recurved and mechanised Dizzy * High volume oil pump * ARP everything * Stewart Wilkins adjustable cam gear, valve springs and high sided retainers * AEM O2 wideband * Lurchos baffled and winged sump * NC block girdle * Genie extractors/headers with 2.5" Exhaust There maybe more, but can't think of it right now. Now keep in mind, this is not finished!

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