Great L series book for building/modifying

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Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby izzo » Mon Aug 08, 2016 6:03 pm

How-to-rebuild-your-nissan-datsun-ohv-engine.pdf
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Here is a good book for information, how to, rebuilding, modifying etc your L series engine.

Click the link and it will open on your computer. Once open, you should have the option to Save the file to your computer. I have this on my computer, laptop, phone and touchpad :rofl:

dtech/How%20to%20Rebuild%20Your%20Nissan%20&%20Datsun%20OHC%20Engine%20.pdf
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby Laecaon » Mon Aug 08, 2016 6:19 pm

Asks for a password. Dont host it on FTP, host it on the forum itself, LIke I did those wiring diagrams.
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby izzo » Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:57 pm

I host it on the site. Forgot to change it to http instead of ftp. Should work now. Also should be able to right click and save it to computer. For those on the phone press and hold.


Either way works fine man...... Link or direct attachment
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby Taterhead » Wed Aug 10, 2016 7:52 am

I have that one and the "how to hot rod your Datsun" in the archaic paper form.
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby draker » Wed Aug 10, 2016 12:58 pm

Nice post!
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby izzo » Wed Aug 10, 2016 4:08 pm

Thank you.

If you guys have anything like this in PDF form, please let me know. I think tonight or tomorrow I may consolidate everything into a single post. Factory service manuals, wiring diagrams, etc etc into a single post. That would be sweet. Hate having to search the net for stuff. It's out there somewhere.

Tater, maybe find a way to convert that to a pdf lol. I want to get the famous How to modify your ..... the one thats like 100+ bucks now for it... That in a pdf format would be nice... I like it when they are indexed correctly and you're able to click Engine, or Electrical.. and it takes you to that section
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby Taterhead » Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:06 am

Yeah I wrote "how to hot rod" but it is the "how to modify" book. It's the actual book so I'm not sure how to do a pdf from that. I don't mind at all posting the info here, just gotta figure out how to.

If there is anything at all any of you guys want me to look up in the meantime let me know.
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Re: Great L series book for building/modifying

Postby Laecaon » Fri Aug 12, 2016 2:49 pm

Im afraid the easiest way would be to unbind the book, effectively destroying it.

We also might have some Copyright issues if we host too much...

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