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by Byron510
14 Jan 2018 23:32
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Five-Hundred and Ten
Replies: 9
Views: 127

Re: Five-Hundred and Ten

Glad you enjoyed the above links to a couple previous builds of mine - thanks for the comment on my brothers build. Neither car had any rust repair worthy of note, it looks like you’ve got more work on your hands ahead of you. I have an NOS pair of those inner box sections below the top of the fende...
by Byron510
14 Jan 2018 08:57
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Five-Hundred and Ten
Replies: 9
Views: 127

Re: Five-Hundred and Ten

Great project, and quite happy that you are taking back to the original green colour. I had a modded 68 in this colour for years back in the 90’s; http://www.the510realm.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=26744 And my brother and I restored his 72 in the late 00’s which was this colour; http://www.the510re...
by Byron510
13 Jan 2018 07:20
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Source for heater core hose
Replies: 7
Views: 97

Re: Source for heater core hose

Obrut, thanks for the post followup, photos and part numbers. I updated my part numbers post to include your new information making all replacement heater core hoses available in the same location with photos linked here half way down the page. http://the510realm.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4636&...
by Byron510
12 Jan 2018 22:42
Forum: Events
Topic: All Japanese Classic '18 - August 26th - Waterfront Park
Replies: 2
Views: 87

Re: All Japanese Classic '18 - August 26th - Waterfront Park

Aw Robyn, you have to play nice when we are all in the same sand box :-) I certainly invite you out to our next planning meeting- throw your ideas on the table. As it was we gave out over 40 awards last year. Love to have a class for everyone individually, but realistically we do what we can. Come o...
by Byron510
12 Jan 2018 14:33
Forum: Events
Topic: All Japanese Classic '18 - August 26th - Waterfront Park
Replies: 2
Views: 87

All Japanese Classic '18 - August 26th - Waterfront Park

All Japanese Classic '18 - August 27th - Waterfront Park Announcing the All Japanese Classic Car Show at Waterfront Park in North Vancouver BC, Sunday August 26th. Last year’s event was even more successful than our first year, with nearly 250 cars, bikes and trucks present. This year we are lookin...
by Byron510
11 Jan 2018 17:12
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Source for heater core hose
Replies: 7
Views: 97

Re: Source for heater core hose

I was posting an addendum, you'd already replied :-) I see the post of what you have now. All I did to find the alternatives above was bribe my way into my local larger auto parts store to physically compare what I had to what was needed. The results were posted to help everyone. Maybe you can do th...
by Byron510
11 Jan 2018 17:10
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Source for heater core hose
Replies: 7
Views: 97

Re: Source for heater core hose

A word of note here; I do recall that there are two types of heat core routing - a single pass and double pass heater core, each utilizing a different hose arrangement from the heater core to the fittings on the fire wall. The Canadian cars had both types, but I know the wagons had the double pass c...
by Byron510
11 Jan 2018 17:00
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Source for heater core hose
Replies: 7
Views: 97

Re: Source for heater core hose

I knew I'd posted something on this years ago, and it took me about 10 minutes to remember what thread I placed it under and then finding it in that thread. What I didn't realize is how thorough I was at the time. Likely all the answers you need regarding replacement heater hoses - but here you go h...
by Byron510
08 Jan 2018 16:52
Forum: Introductions
Topic: New member 620 KC
Replies: 4
Views: 101

Re: New member 620 KC

Maybe post a photo of the tailgate Robyn, Pat was looking for one of these.

Byron
by Byron510
08 Jan 2018 16:49
Forum: Powertrain
Topic: CV Failure
Replies: 95
Views: 4176

Re: CV Failure

I put the picture in for you above to make it clear for those not searching. I didn't use these spacers on my set up, nor did I use the gaskets - but I can certainly see item #2 above helping save the sheet metal stamping from twisting when torqueing down the bolts. As noted in the first page on of ...
by Byron510
08 Jan 2018 15:53
Forum: Introductions
Topic: New member 620 KC
Replies: 4
Views: 101

Re: New member 620 KC

Pat, you may want to contact this guy. He's close by in case you need me to collect bits for you.... :-)

https://vancouver.craigslist.ca/van/pts/6427956380.html

Byron
by Byron510
08 Jan 2018 11:41
Forum: Suspension
Topic: Spring Length affect on the suspension?
Replies: 11
Views: 220

Re: Spring Length affect on the suspension?

I am looking to have a fun canyon car, and occasional auto-x and track car so I am more interested in performance than daily cruising. So what do you think 225 or 175 in the rear? Chris Simple Answer - go take a drive! :-) Other than the shock being matched to the spring - just see how it drives wi...
by Byron510
08 Jan 2018 09:02
Forum: Not Datsun/Nissan related?
Topic: moar good videos :P
Replies: 601
Views: 45469

Re: moar good videos :P

two_68_510s wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nl-wfYVp0ss&feature=youtu.be


Oh Yeah - this isn't your grandma's Hyundai!

Thanks Joel - great way to start my week - way to light the fire first thing Monday morning at work!

Damn I love WRC....


Byron
by Byron510
04 Jan 2018 06:07
Forum: Suspension
Topic: Spring Length affect on the suspension?
Replies: 11
Views: 220

Re: Spring Length affect on the suspension?

The answer is simple, the longer the spring the more linear the spring rate over the same given traveled distance. That said, many of us run such stuff spring rates that our suspension barely moves! Making sure the shock can handle the frequency of the spring is really important and often overlooked...
by Byron510
03 Jan 2018 21:44
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Noobie's 510 project
Replies: 277
Views: 37070

Re: Noobie's 510 project

I did a similar mounting of my SDS EFI back in 2007, only I mounted my bits on the bottom side, and hinged under the dash so it folded forward.

However yours definitely looks cleaner - good job! Maybe I'll have to keep this in mind if I ever "rework" my set up.

Byron

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