Datsun Turbo A12 Intercooled Twin Mikuni Side Draft Blow Through
This is a 1980 b310 datsun sunny with the original A12 (1171cm3)engine..I got carried away and bolted on a garrett T2 turbocharger and modified some mikuni-solex phh 40mm sidedrafts to accept Boost..Power is a very usuable,fuel injected type 113kw at the wheels on 12psi Boost at 6250 rpm..Engine modified and tuning all inhouse by Allcraft Automotives Moorabbin 3189 Australia..
a12 turbo datsun 120y power runs
my datsun 120y turbo on the Dyno for tuning and a few power
runs, running a blowthrough setup on a
stock 37yo a12 engine
solex 32dis carb with 12a turbo carb hat
custom front mount 300x200 Intercooler and 2.5" piping
2.5" dump into 2" Exhaust
ihi rhf5 turbo @ 15psi
bosch 070 efi fuel pump
malpassi carb fuel reg
arp head studs
has turbo surge issues with the stock
turbo wastegate at 11psi. needs new
external wastegate setup.
this setup has made 80.1RWKW @ 15psi. quite impressive i reckon!
A15 Startup in my 1200 Coupe
Startup video of my 1200 coupe project car.
Fresh A15, (standard size/spec pistons/rods/cam) rally grind cam, flows,
lightened flywheel, 40mm dellortos, oval port head (ported, planed, double
valves springs) running no Exhaust in
this video. soon to be custom EFI / ITB & megasquirt.
datsun a12 turbo driving
giving some stick to my a12 blowthrough turbo datsun 120y. didn't wind it out to much,
just a quick squirt to see how well the setup runs. full Boost (11psi) by 3500rpm, which i think is
pretty decent as it keeps off Boost
still yet to put some proper timing and tuning into it, it will be going
into the tuner on tuesday for a couple of Dyno runs and obviously, a tune.
Datsun Fairlady Roadster R16 Engine with Twin Mikuni Carburetors
Engine start and a few revs of the Datsun R16 engine with twin 40mm Mikuni
Type T carburetors on a custom made stainless steel intake manifold and
stainless steel 4-1 headers by TitanWorks - mendrel bent and TIG welded.
Very clean fabrication.
Twinside Mikuni carburetors tuned and jetted by race guru Fil Gulfin. Lots
of power from 3000-6000+ rpm. Sounds great too!
Stainless steel 2" Exhaust with a
stainless steel flex pipe and a custom stainless steel 20" free flow
resonator. A custom made megaphone stainless steel Exhaust tip finishes the Exhaust system.
Datsun 1000 & worked 1200cc engine
Datsun 1000 with a worked A12. Initial start-up after the first round of
adjustments. This isn't nearly full throttle, I'll follow up with another
video of when it's running a little better. You should get an idea of how
worked the engine is though.
Still need to get jets, chokes, rocker arms etc looked at as it doesn't
respond to the throttle as well as it should [it's also running rich].
Sorry about the poor quality footage.
Datsun A15 ITB EFI Startup
Another startup video of my custom EFI Setup in my Datsun 1200 Coupe.
Getting a bit closer now, have coolant sensor all sorted, O2 feedback
and got it idling (all be it a bit high @ 1500 rpm) still running super
rich, and so its
pretty smokey and back fires at higher revs. also very difficult to get it
its cranking....... Megasquirt is hard work, but its DIY so be happy when I
get there in the end :)
4G63 Datsun 1200 - Jett Racing
Mitsubishi 4G63 turbo powered Datsun
1200 Ute by Jett Racing. Racing in the Pro Compact class at the 2012 Sport
Compact Brisbane Jamboree.
How to Turbo - Part 1
After buying a Euro car last episode, Marty discovers he has not yet found
his perfect vehicle... In this extended episode, we reveal what he got, and
show how to make it faster.
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