Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

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Re: Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

Postby skdmrx » Fri Mar 09, 2012 6:12 pm

:highfive: Awsome work mate!
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Re: Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

Postby unlimitedpower » Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:11 pm

Thats great news Awesome to hear.

I have just pulled my engine down ready for cleaning and reassembling.
Really keen to see some photos of the final product etc. So no probs with the dizzy setup?
I still have mine hooked up but we swapped over to a stock CAS on the bench and noticed it did give a very different sound and smoothness of injector pulse and spark to the dizzy setup. So was hoping to hear you have it all working.

Oh got my last injector working to after months it was a slightly spread female terminal in the injector plug!! So simple i wanted to scream.

Keep me posted.
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Postby datsunboy » Sun Sep 21, 2014 8:02 pm

Has been awhile.......I swapped it back to carbs about a month ago so I could start driving it again. Took it for a wof but failed on some stupid things.
Took it to a different place yesterday and passed!
Bought a new battery and fixed an oil leak and now it's ready for Akaroa!
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Re: Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

Postby Bartman » Sun Sep 21, 2014 8:08 pm

You must be pretty stoked!
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Re: Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

Postby 2 doors » Sun Sep 21, 2014 8:09 pm

well done, was wondering what was happening with this

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Postby datsunboy » Thu Apr 14, 2016 8:34 pm

Just bought a 5 speed stumpy box out of a r30 for this today.
I do love the ratios of the factory 4 speed, so hopefully this one won't be much different.

But after many cruises at over 4000rpm at 100 kph. ......I need an overdrive to stay sane haha.

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Re: Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

Postby Bartman » Thu Apr 14, 2016 8:45 pm

Nice one Dan.
Think you'll freshen it up before it goes in?
New oil seals at least?
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Postby datsunboy » Thu Apr 14, 2016 10:57 pm

Dunno. Will take a good look over it and give it a clean up first.
But new rear seal wouldn't be a bad idea at least

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Postby dattoboy » Sat Apr 16, 2016 6:57 am

datsunboy wrote:But after many cruises at over 4000rpm at 100 kph. ......I need an overdrive to stay sane haha.


I feel your pain!!! I will get there with a 5 speed in mine this year too.

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Re: Datsunboy's KP510 SSS Bluebird coupe

Postby Bartman » Sat Apr 16, 2016 9:00 pm

You can buy rebuild kits of ebay I think. But if you did replace any bearings, let me know. I get pretty sharp prices on bearings.
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