B210 EGI Build "In the beginning"
Posted 12 August 2017 - 11:08 AM
PS: yes I have started my build but I have pics documenting the work.
For those that don't know, GFI is Nissans 1978 version of multiport fuel injection for the Sunny (210) models. Plus I am upgrading in a myriad of ways.
Posted 12 August 2017 - 11:25 AM
Where in the hell did you find A series efi? Not to mention vintage A series EFI....
PS. I thought it was called EGI ?
Posted 12 August 2017 - 01:24 PM
I use my phone almost exclusively. I now use postimage.io. upload is quick. When you select a pic to share it has a "hotlink for forums" button that you paste into the reply box and it works great.
They don't have an app so i just have internet tab that is always open to there. Works fine
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Posted 12 August 2017 - 05:43 PM
Cool Lockleaf, and thank you. I will give postimage.io a go.
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Posted 13 August 2017 - 12:32 AM
I looked at the Hyundai system, not as plug n play as they led to believe. Ran across this EGI setup from Malaysia. A Ratsuner (from Malaysia) was keeping a look out for me n notified me when it showed up. I will post his name tomorrow.
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Posted 13 August 2017 - 09:35 AM
I highly recommend him for a fair price and tenacity.
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Posted 13 August 2017 - 10:49 AM
Careful buying things from Malaysia... I have been ripped off SO many times.
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Posted 13 August 2017 - 02:36 PM
But I do have the original "computer". I like the idea of less sensors....PLUS....programability....
Also found the "B" has an A15 residing in the engine bay. It has a strange water suction pipe though. With it the heat riser tube cannot be connected. I will try and identify what it came out of.
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Posted 14 August 2017 - 08:45 PM
Please keep it coming.
Posted 14 August 2017 - 09:48 PM
This is the "B"!
Yes all 3 "B"s in the first pick are mine. The blue HB is a 78, it will live on. The Orange one suffers from rust issues and worse yet title issues. But the orange "B" is a 77 orig 5 spd...all of the drive train components will survive in the blue one. Along with its windshield.
Thanks again to "lockleaf", breathing oic's back into a otherwise useless thread.
In a few minutes I will be posting some of the parts and accesories that will be finding there way into "Honey" (My daughter named her)
Posted 14 August 2017 - 10:54 PM
These B the Bounty...Besides the JDM chrome bumper we already mounted on the front. The rear JDM chrome bumper has been bought and is on the way. Also we have already installed 4 American Racing, Vectre wheels with a set of New Michelin Defenders.
From what I can see, there are no cracks or broken pieces
EGI, other stuff
ECU...Electronic Control Unit
A bunch of needed wires to resurect the EGI
Factory air cleaner and sensor
Presents for the Cylinder Head (besides the EGI)
yep, that be stainless steel..It will remain until I pickup an EGI exhaust manifold.
It needs a special hat.
Presents for the Dash
all of the parts in the picture are "B210" original factory parts. The Oil and Amp meter where optional on the 1974 model. The rear defrost underdash mount is necessary for the cubby to install in the rear defrost/seatbelt and egr light hole. On top and to the right of the Stereo is a JDM front and rear fog lamp switch along with the hazard button...it installs where the current hazard button is located. I changed the dials on the clock from the black and orange to white (wife and I's preference)
Presents for the Crank, and oh ya...I want to see all the Datsun Goodness Day or Night
This is to add to the Present of a Chrome JDM bumper that we installed on Honey already.
Oh ya, I want those shifts of that dog leg to be crisp!
Above is a metal shifter kit
Sorry for all the Oic's, trying to make up for all the Oic's I have not been able to post lately.