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Author:  brenojh [ Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:24 am ]
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Was just wondering if im on the right track

Here is my Datto 620 king cab I am in the the thick of things as far as the build is going
so far sr20det 5 spd nicks clutch
GT2876 on top mount mani ext gated full 3inch stainless exhaust
High flowed sr injectors
Aftermarket plenum
Big fuel reg surge tank holley lifter pump bigger efi pump
Alloy radiator
FMIC
Apexi Power FC
Hilux front and rear suspention and diff (Mig) and brakes
custom tray
full respray
-to come are some new rubbers all round and a few other bits n peices
will update us I get closer to finishing

Author:  MrDatsun21 [ Sun Sep 12, 2010 12:15 pm ]
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Definetly on the right track mate. She's going to be a machine when it's finished. Keep up the good work. With a build like this I don't think you can go too far wrong!

Author:  Ditchos [ Sun Sep 12, 2010 12:48 pm ]
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Hey Mate, that thing looks insane! good to see a few more 620's & 720's getting overhauled, keep us posted on how its going for sure.
thumbs up

Author:  Ditchos [ Sun Sep 12, 2010 12:49 pm ]
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One other thing, that colour is fuckin sick! ahha

Author:  old-tin [ Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:34 pm ]
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looks neet. :thumbsup: i would be a bit sus on that serge tank, it looks prone to damage.

Author:  brenojh [ Mon Sep 13, 2010 10:03 pm ]
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photo makes surge tank look worse than it really is. not much different to the fuel tank except may be hit by rocks from wheel. Its stainless not alloy, but i will see how it goes might have to make up some sort of gaurd for it.

Author:  LUVA64 [ Mon Sep 13, 2010 10:47 pm ]
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Personally as a standout feature i would have fitted that surge tank up behind the cabin on the tray encased in a polished checker plate casement, you mention not being much different than the fuel tank, not so, your fuel tank has a crash rating meaning it will flex a certain amount on impact in an accident before rupturing, i would not like to be T-boned with that surge tank where it is.

But hey after all is said and done it is your build, and a faaaaaaaaarrrrrrrkin beautiful build it is, it will turn heads wherever it goes

good job

Author:  brenojh [ Thu Sep 16, 2010 11:06 pm ]
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I am in the middle of fitting a silvia cluster into the dash, was wondering if anyone has done this before?
will post some photos up soon
on the passenger side the glove box part has been removed and has an insert for 5 60mmm gauges so, on the drivers side I was either going to put in a perspex plate painted so u cant see where the dash/ cluster dont line up exacly or
a cnc piece of alloy cut to shape

Author:  brenojh [ Fri Oct 01, 2010 5:05 pm ]
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heres my idea for the cluster with alli cover as well as the 4 gauge pods. any ideas opinions nothing is in properly atm

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Author:  LUVA64 [ Fri Oct 01, 2010 5:55 pm ]
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it has the promise of looking like something nice, but with all the exterior and engine work you have done do you really want just "nice" why do you want to cover up instruments when you could pull the cluster out and make some like this

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just a thought because it would be a shame to skimp on something you look at everytime you drive it

Author:  brenojh [ Fri Oct 01, 2010 7:29 pm ]
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not really sure i could take that option as dash cap has been altered from previous owner and the cluster setup is far different from the one shown in ur pic. I have been looking around and i cannot find orginal one to replace it and i like the idea of using the cluster that goes standard with motor and gearbox
also to save on dramas with speed tacho heaps of new senders wires ect

Author:  rollinlow [ Wed Nov 10, 2010 8:20 pm ]
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ahh love this, im basically doing the same conversion, got a 78 kingcab "deluxe" with a tub, bog stock original, putting my engine in this weekend,
can you give me some pointers about fitting it in, what I need to change?
I reckon ill need to lift the trans tunnel

Author:  brenojh [ Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:27 pm ]
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Has been a long time in between working on my uterus but is getting there.
Engine and engine bay complete and running
Front grille and bonnet headlights done
All glass is in with new rubbers
Retrimmed the door myself with AK47 inlay (looks sweet)

still have to wire up the dash and gauges and rear wiring harness
pluss save some dollars for Apexi Power FC to tune
Install seats and roof liner

cants seem to add photo's atm keeps saying the file i have tried to upload is invalid????

Author:  brenojh [ Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:38 pm ]
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ak47 door both are the same

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Author:  brenojh [ Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:40 pm ]
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ak47

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