Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby steelpen23 » 18 Jun 2009 06:43

will L24 Pistons fit in L16?

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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby heirfaus » 28 Jul 2009 00:40

no
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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby datzenmike » 28 Jul 2009 14:28

I think they will. They have the same bore and piston pin height. The big difference is that the L24 piston is a flat top while the stock L16 has a 7cc volume dish. Running L24 flat tops in an L16 will raise the compression to about 9.9, assuming a 38.5cc L16 head. About 9.5 with a P-nut head.
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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby okayfine » 28 Jul 2009 14:39

steelpen23 wrote:will L24 Pistons fit in L16?


Page 1 says they will:
viewtopic.php?p=25814#p25814

Page 1 wrote:Piston pin heights (center of pin to top of piston) / piston dish volume/ stock bore
L13, L24-------------38.1mm / 0.0cc dish / 83mm bore
L16, L26------------ 38.1mm / 7.01cc dish / 83mm bore
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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby butters68 » 27 Jan 2010 18:14

hey guys i found this ,not sure if you need it anymore. newprotest.org. then go to project. then hit 510. think its jason grey's car specs.
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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby okayfine » 30 Sep 2010 10:12

Adding Jason's Distributor pages since I looked 'em up for another member:

Distributor Information
http://web.archive.org/web/200310060954 ... zy_FAQ.htm

Distributor Table Lookup:
http://web.archive.org/web/200310061003 ... _specs.htm
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Re: Copy of Jason Grey Engine Specs Page

Postby speeder » 18 Dec 2010 21:07

Okayfine, thanks for posting, but I couldn't get your links to work for the distributor page information from Jason Gray. I found the info here:

http://www.olddatsuns.com/620tech.htm (Scroll down to "General Datsun Tech" and click "Electronic Ign. Dizzy FAQ - Jason Gray". There's some information on recurving L-series ditributors in that article.)
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