A-Series Manifold Templates

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A-Series Manifold Templates

Post by datsunboy » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:23 am

Hi All,

Bart has asked me to upload these CAD templates for A-Series Manifolds.

These were designed by Terry (aka tnpshow) from datsun1200.com. so all credits go to him. tnpsnow@iinet.net.au
Terry has asked that these designs are not used for commercial purposes without his permission (ie make your own, but don't sell them)

They are in DWG format, and can be opened in either AutoCAD, or any DWG viewer.
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Re: A-Series Manifold Templates

Post by 58custom » Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:47 pm

I asked for these at Datsun1200. I got an old but solid header from a 1600 at the junkyard. The central exit pattern should work with the chassis of my Midget for an A15 conversion. I can make some flanges, adjust some tubes and make do. Thanks so much to all involved!

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Re: A-Series Manifold Templates

Post by jeremiahnz » Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:18 pm

FYI I've used the 5 piece oval port and worked well. Got cut in 12mm mild steel by one stop cutting shop in Silverdale which cost about $120 from memory.
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Re: A-Series Manifold Templates

Post by Godzilladat » Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:25 pm

Anyone got any L series templates?

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Re: A-Series Manifold Templates

Post by Bartman » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:02 pm

It shouldn't be too hard to get a cad type person to trace around a gasket, and scan it into a format that can be used for cutting.
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