The 610 series was launched in Japan in August 1971 and was badged as the Datsun Bluebird-U. The meaning behind the U suffix is “User Oriented”, to signify the higher comfort levels than 510 predecessor could muster. A domestic advertising campaign used the catch-line “Bluebird U – Up You!”, and was short-lived due to the innuendo. The 610 was one of the first Nissan products to adopt a popular styling appearance, called “coke bottle” which appeared internationally during the 1960s and 1970s, an appearance shared with the larger Nissan Cedric, as both vehicles were available at Japanese Nissan dealerships called Nissan Bluebird Store.Continue reading
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Next task to modify the dizzy so that the 200SX (S14) ECU would be able to use signal and fire the correct plug
.Here are the pictures of the FJ Dizzy that i have converted so that i can use it as a CAS and put out signal to a S14 ecu
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Every possible part removed for the shell and some metal work on rear arches and removal of the battery try (more on this later). the shell was then sprayed in primer then flattened and painted in color.