paolo

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  1. From the album Useful Data

    Follow direction above to order a laminated Datsun 510 wiring diagram (a.k.a. info card) or poster. See poster image example in this album.
  2. From the album Automotive Bits

    Aluminum steering box brace, installed. View from wheel well.

    © paolo musante

  3. From the album Automotive Bits

    Aluminum steering box brace, assembled. Assembled components view.

    © paolo musante

  4. From the album Automotive Bits

    Aluminum steering box brace, un-assembled. Components view.

    © paolo musante

  5. From the album Automotive Bits

    Prototype aluminum steering box brace, un-assembled components view. Back side is made of painted steel.

    © paolo musante

  6. From the album Automotive Bits

    Prototype aluminum steering box brace, installed. View from wheel well. Back side made of painted steel.

    © paolo musante

  7. From the album Automotive Bits

    Prototype of aluminum steering box brace, installed. Top view.

    © paolo musante

  8. From the album noovo cinquecentodici

    Overlay of Datsun 510 dimensioned image sketch as presented on my 'Info Cards' on the hyped proposed new Nissan IDx Freeflow (read that as I-510, using Roman Numerals). Image is from http://www.carscoops.com along with overall length of 4.1 m used for scaling. Units are mm.
  9. From the album Useful Data

    Wiring diagram of prototype headlamp, horn, and fan with new fuse block and relays. Note: Work in progress. Check back for updates.
  10. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Wires begging for an Molex connector
  11. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Early prototype stage for engine bay relay upgrade
  12. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Vintage connections - the only way to go for a rewire job.
  13. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Electron management tools
  14. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    a different point of view
  15. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Bullets of another color
  16. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Another different point of view
  17. From the album Wiring Bits and Odd Ends

    Every project needs a good wire wrangler
  18. From the album Automotive Bits

    Simple wiring harness for push-button starter. Relay used here is a double-pole, single throw (DPST). See diagram. Very common in Nissan (and other mfg) engine bays. Push button is monetary contact, normally open switch.
  19. From the album Automotive Bits

    Wiring diagram for push-button starter. Note that this is more of a 'guideline' really - many paths can be taken, but this is a 'starting point'.
  20. From the album Automotive Bits

    The Penultimate SU Air filter installed. As build and installed, clears brake bleeder nipple by about 1/3" (8 mm). Standard air filter connections (valve cover breather and fuel tank evap hose) included.
  21. From the album Automotive Bits

    A view down the center of the 3" HDPE tubing for perspective of available air flow. Screws added along top for quick access to allow spray of cleaner, starting fluid, etc. directly into SU opening.
  22. From the album Automotive Bits

    A very light and flow efficient SU Air filter project. Made from 3" HDPE tubing and fittings with an off-the-shelf SPECTRE pop air filter. SS 6 mm allen screws w/ wrench and temporary mounting clamp plates also shown. Plates to be replaces with custom aluminum air horns.
  23. From the album Automotive Bits

    A very light and flow efficient SU Air filter project. Made from 3" HDPE tubing and fittings with an off-the-shelf SPECTRE pop air filter. SS 6 mm allen screws w/ wrench and temporary mounting clamp plates also shown. Plates to be replaces with custom aluminum air horns.
  24. From the album Automotive Bits

    Unused button on finger-tip control lever would make an stealth option to work in series with dash mounted starter button for starting security.
  25. From the album Automotive Bits

    Tie-in to dash harness for push button starter. Allows remote start harness to be 'plugged in' or removed to restore to stock configuration. Use OEM style connectors from vintageconnections.com