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Thread: My AN600s

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    My AN600s

    I have (2) Honda AN600's which I found in an alley. $00!! One runs and the other has no roof and a broken timming chain. I am posting this picture to draw attention to the breather tubes in the valve cover. I have never seen these on any Honda of this type. Any thoughts.
    http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z201 ... G_0316.jpg

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    Re: My AN600s

    rather odd, the engine would only need more crank case breathing if there was a tone of blowby

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    Re: My AN600s

    I have been puzzling over how to test my brakes with a totally non functional MC. Here is my solution. I am still a few brakelines away form a true test.
    I went to pick a part and got a MC from an earily Mazda. I then hacked out an adaptor from 1/2" alum bar stock.


    The resulting fitment somewhat surprized me. Everything clears and nothing was modified on the car.

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    Re: My AN600s

    NICE, pretty much what I did with my Z brakes

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    Re: My AN600s

    For around 100.00 and a rebuild kit you can have your MC resleaved and it will work perfect again.

    http://honda600sedan.blogspot.com/

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    Re: My AN600s

    Quote Originally Posted by Douglass
    For around 100.00 and a rebuild kit you can have your MC resleaved and it will work perfect again.

    http://honda600sedan.blogspot.com/
    This was a $20 and a few hours method of testing the overall system. It was done without hacking up the car.

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    Re: My AN600s

    My solution to a to a totally damaged coil/plug wires



    This is an 80's GM DIS coil. I can be a direct replacement for Honda coil.



    I added this Ford remote TFI for fun and because it uses the points as a switch only. Very low current no wear.



    Here it is mounted in the same location as original coil. All parts came from the "boneyard" at under $20.

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    Re: My AN600s

    Very inovative. Keep them coming. :tu:

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    Re: My AN600s

    I can attest to the fact that the car fires right up and runs smooth with this custom ignition setup. It's a sweet solution to the problem of a dead stock coil and should provide improved performance, without the hassle of going over to full electronic ignition -- this runs off the stock points with the only modification being the removal of the condenser.

    I don't think he even had to adjust them and it started right up.

    Jesse.

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    Re: My AN600s

    Got any part numbers on these or year make model? Great inovation for sure.

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