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Reason for the thread: a go to place were others have asked the question you were too afraid ask. I my case i need a "rememberball" (Harry potter series). ;)

Rules of the thread: simple answers and no hanging crap on anyone. :evil:


So first question; Is this belletty?







Edit; and yes I know there is a search button but not all of us would be internetters are that skilled. :D


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Fri Sep 02, 2016 10:38 pm
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Reason for the thread: a go to place were others have asked the question you were too afraid ask. I my case i need a "rememberball" (Harry potter series). ;)

Rules of the thread: simple answers and no hanging crap on anyone. :evil:


Edit; and yes I know there is a search button but not all of us would be internetters are that skilled. :D


should be some of them in the boot of the Sport from me. And they came from Japan with the car, so I would assume they are Bellett

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Fri Sep 02, 2016 11:24 pm
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Gunna wrote:
Reason for the thread: a go to place were others have asked the question you were too afraid ask. I my case i need a "rememberball" (Harry potter series). ;)

Rules of the thread: simple answers and no hanging crap on anyone. :evil:


Edit; and yes I know there is a search button but not all of us would be internetters are that skilled. :D


should be some of them in the boot of the Sport from me. And they came from Japan with the car, so I would assume they are Bellett

glenn



Huge thanks Glenn. I have found three of them. I'll keep an eye out for a fourth.


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Where on earth can you buy these?


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those wheels.... yep, bellett.
have a look at late GT's and genuine GT-R's, there they are.
early mitsu sigmas very similar. Dave's GT-R has those on it, but 99% of people have never picked the difference.

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Sat Sep 03, 2016 1:06 am
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those wheels.... yep, bellett.
have a look at late GT's and genuine GT-R's, there they are.
early mitsu sigmas very similar. Dave's GT-R has those on it, but 99% of people have never picked the difference.



Champion, thx Brett. Damn good to know.

So, if anyone happens to have a spare gtr rim laying around I'm happy to talk.


Sat Sep 03, 2016 1:59 am
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Can verify Gunna, photo of my GT with Daves steelies on just for show for a few days. DeRust them and get them chromed with a 13" steel rim on the wheel :twisted: AWESOME Thanks Brett.


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Sat Sep 03, 2016 3:04 am
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Sorry not to mention Gunna, what are those tiny filters off ...guessing they are 2 possibly off twin Hitatchis NOT??

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Where on earth can you buy these?


I've always pulled them out and thrown them in the bin....... but a mate of mine buys compatible new ones for his Datsun race car from a spray painting supply mob in Sydney somewhere(no idea which one)
No idea if they are the same as the ones the Bellett's used :?:
Farmer was chasing some for his cars too I think

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Yep, they are the little filters for the union on the pump to carbie line. I like them because they trap any corrosion escaping from the pump getting into carbie jets. Part of the reason I was late to the Merimbula nats, Aunty Mary didn't have one.
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To all of the twin cam knowledgable's;

What does a black rocker cover mean? It's a G180W that has the efi on it.


Mon Sep 12, 2016 8:47 am

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Hay Gunna

I'm not 100% sure but I think the Black ones were the 1600 gtr's the olive green was from the 117 coupes the Blues were from 1800 ZZR Gemini's and the Reds were from the 2000 Piazza's but anybody can paint a rocker cover. I painted my Blue to Red -- Looked nicer, stripped my olive green to alloy but may go crackle finish black -- who knows

Happy to be corrected - Anybody?

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May Have an option , are they 13" or 14", this one is 13"

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Re twin cam covers..... Flying is spot on.
As also said, they can be swapped or repainted tho. My 2.0 is clear coated bare alloy.
GTR rims were all 13".

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Pretty sure just the last year model of zz's (84 I think) had black hammer coat rocker cover and inlet manifold, just as a dress up, no extra power.


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