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My Little Micra

That's correct in Australia so no CG10DE, or early gearboxes, and no later coil pack engines, we didn't get the facelift micras either.
Does make it easier to find a cg13de though...

Edit: thinking again, I used a combination of old pulsar shafts, i can't remember if they had the same spline count as the micra shafts, everything else I tried looked too big, shouldn't be too hard to find in a wreckers.
 
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LiamC

LiamC

I've ruined my car 🙁
That's correct in Australia so no CG10DE, or early gearboxes, and no later coil pack engines, we didn't get the facelift micras either.
Does make it easier to find a cg13de though...

Edit: thinking again, I used a combination of old pulsar shafts, i can't remember if they had the same spline count as the micra shafts, everything else I tried looked too big, shouldn't be too hard to find in a wreckers.
Thought I remembered you being from Australia alright. OK thanks for that info, would you be talking N14 or N15 Pulsar as I believe everything from that chassis code you got were called Pulsars, whereas what we got over here were Sunnys and then later Almeras, only Japanese imports being called Pulsars with a GA15 engine instead of the usual GA14
 
It was earlier n12 or n13 pulsar I got the shafts from, around n14 I think they went to a larger diameter shaft, some of the other later micras might use the same shaft splines as the k11 micra, I was looking for a small cv that fitted into the n14 etc diff.
 
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LiamC

LiamC

I've ruined my car 🙁
It was earlier n12 or n13 pulsar I got the shafts from, around n14 I think they went to a larger diameter shaft, some of the other later micras might use the same shaft splines as the k11 micra, I was looking for a small cv that fitted into the n14 etc diff.
Ok thank you for that. What you got as an N12 was our Nissan Cherry, and your N13 AUDM Pulsar is very different to what we call an N13 Sunny in Europe, they aren't even remotely the same shell. Interesting how Nissan likes to mess with things so much by even calling two completely different vehicles the same name and chassis code. I'll look at both EU and Aus market vehicles of that time, thank you again
 
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