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 Post subject: Rebuilding a KA24DE 710 wagoon
PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:54 pm 

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280zx front struts and brakes . . . with PL510 spring perches welded on . . . . . and 1 inch RCA's (Bump-steer spacers)

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Wow! nice work on the engine bay! Looks like it will be killer when done. Other plans besides the engine swap?

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terrific work on the car...luk sweetttt...pictures say it all :tu:

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Well ,,, ,, I'm not gonna put a 4 speed manual trans. behind it ......... :lol:


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OkieRA29 wrote:
Wow! nice work on the engine bay! Looks like it will be killer when done. Other plans besides the engine swap?


280zx struts 16x7 +0 and 16x8 +12 Panasports ............. .. No Spacers ...... :mrgreen:


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Are you able to put an AC system in with the KA motor? Is there space? I'm thinking about a KA motor swap in my 620 truck, but was wondering if there is any room to run the KA AC components. Please post some pics of the transplanted motor! I'd love to see that.

Nice wagon! Sick the wheels!

Are those Sentra SE-R seats in there?


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You need to look on Ratsun.net for all the 620 info.... ... .. here are a few links: ..... . . . . . . . .. I'm not shure if AC would fit


"How to" swap a KA24E into a 620:

http://community.ratsun.net/topic/37-ka24e-into-a-620/


Nice KA24E 620 build thread:

http://community.ratsun.net/topic/7119- ... 620-build/


a good KA24DE 620KC build thread:

http://community.ratsun.net/topic/22191 ... ab-deluxe/


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Thanks for those links. I've booked marked them so you can delete that post. I don't want to distract from your great build that you have going on.

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