you guys are gonna hate me

General Discussion about the 510 Club of BC
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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby jason » 03 Nov 2008 18:20

X3
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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby Blk68510 » 04 Nov 2008 20:21

6 Key points to remember when doing an engine swap. (this applies to ANY VEHICAL)
1. Research.
2. Research.
3. Research.
4. Make a budget, and then double it.
5. If it looks suspect, replace it.
6. Research some more.

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby datzenmike » 04 Nov 2008 20:28

K.I.S.S.
"Nissan 'shit the bed' when they made these, plain and simple." McShagger510 on flattop SUs

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby 510rob » 04 Nov 2008 22:47

I say go all Mr. T on it - bust out the oxy/fuel torch and turn it into a cabbage-launching cow catcher!

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby Derek » 06 Nov 2008 08:06

^^ Def do this. The cabbage launcher was by far my fav episode. All we need now is a musical montage!

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby jay cky » 06 Nov 2008 18:37

You guys talk down to me like i just came out of the fresh cut grass?
Kinda cool
Now how much for the sr20det? please do tell

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby 510rob » 06 Nov 2008 19:16

I agree with you that you are getting shit-talked big time! It's kind of a ritual around here when some "newbie" (new around this website anyway) gets a 510 and immediately starts talking big about swapping in a super duper motor because the existing Datsun motor is not running so great, and obviously the single biggest problem with the car. Seeing as how you are still smiling, then don't worry about the shit-talk. Let's all focus on you making your car into a fun kicking machine, instead of it being a shit-talking machine.

These guys are local - http://www.nagasakijdmmotors.com/catalo ... -c-52.html

Then you need another bag full of money to finish the swap.

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby spoolinitup33 » 07 Nov 2008 22:34

510rob wrote:I agree with you that you are getting shit-talked big time! It's kind of a ritual around here when some "newbie" (new around this website anyway) gets a 510 and immediately starts talking big about swapping in a super duper motor because the existing Datsun motor is not running so great, and obviously the single biggest problem with the car. Seeing as how you are still smiling, then don't worry about the shit-talk. Let's all focus on you making your car into a fun kicking machine, instead of it being a shit-talking machine.

These guys are local - http://www.nagasakijdmmotors.com/catalo ... -c-52.html

Then you need another bag full of money to finish the swap.


Nagasaki is a good place to buy an engine. That's where I got my sr20.

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby jay cky » 09 Nov 2008 09:14

That was all the the link that i needed....
Thank you again...

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby jay cky » 09 Nov 2008 09:21

While we are on the subject of change....Where i the best place person to get the 280xz front gear and rear diff for the swap?

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Re: you guys are gonna hate me

Postby Dimelovr » 01 Dec 2008 10:49

I bought the car and saved it. Motor was good. Needed some brake lines and a starter. Easy fix.


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