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BestyBlue77

Member Since 08 Apr 2016
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In Topic: Best battery for a B210???

20 June 2018 - 09:18 AM

Napa batteries are OK. All the rest you mentioned are junk. I replace almost every AutoZone, O'REILLY, Walmart battery I see.


Interstate brand batteries are decent. Costco's are not Interstate, no matter what you here from them. If it's not green, it's not an Interstate.


For the price of all you listed above- I like DEKA.

When I need a battery...one with a full charge and good state of health is all I actually care about.



You sound like you're a long way from needing a battery.


Good info, thanks! Hopefully not too far off as all other projects I had going are now complete, and I will be focusing on this car full-time everyday til she zooms. Wish me luck! ;)

In Topic: What's best clutch set for my B210?

27 April 2018 - 09:50 PM

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In Topic: What's best clutch set for my B210?

27 April 2018 - 09:04 PM

Price shouldn't be the deciding factor unless you have picked what you want and then find it cheaper somewhere else. If this was an easy to get at thing like a headlight that burned out it's fine, but you want years and tens of thousands of trouble free miles out of it. For this, spend as much as you can on quality.


I think all the 56 and 60 series 4 and 5 speeds are the same clutch, (180mm) but measure across the friction surface on the flywheel you have for the correct diameter. If you happen to have the 63A dogleg transmission I think the clutch disc is different (larger) spline.

The highest clamping force (360K) pressure plate is #30210-N1600 about $100 @ Nissan

It's a 56A, Mike. Yes, of course, price is not the deciding factor. That's why I asked you guys.

What does that mean highest clamping force?

In Topic: What's best clutch set for my B210?

27 April 2018 - 01:49 PM

I don't have that sleeve, so it looks like the Brute Power is the way to go on this car. I'm going to replace my cheapo Duralast with an Exedy on my other car, because I have all the parts to swap out on that one, and I'm just not happy with the Duralast clutch.

In Topic: What's best clutch set for my B210?

27 April 2018 - 01:39 PM

guess you need a trans to get the correct spline count
Im not a B210 expert but I did stay at a Holiday INN Express once  So best to get a 210 guy for expertise on this one

Lol. Very funny!
Specs: Diaphragm type
7 1/8" clutch diameter; 18 tooth spline; 13/16" input shaft diameter.