Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby Rock_Lobster » Fri Jul 10, 2009 3:50 pm

I had better go and take some then...

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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby VNracer34G » Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:57 am

Rock_Lobster wrote:Whats it all for ?

I have an EH ute I am doing up. 186 red motor. I also have a VK EFI head, manifold and anciliaries. I think you can guess where I am going with all this :D .

Sound familiar ?

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Very! you will need to use the Blue/Black head gasket. The coolant passages are different on the manifold side, use the 12port head gasket as a template on the block to drill passages in the red block to match. The original passages in the red block need blanking off as there is no meat on the 12port face to seal them off with the gasket.....i just used brass pipe plugs on mine. As a side note if you are going to play with cams i reccommend machining the inlet spring seats down .100" to match the exhaust (pleny of meat before water, i drilled right through a stuffed one to check) give the rotators the backhand salute in favour of a proper retainer and then you can use any spring for a 308 or SBC with a 1.7' installed height
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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby Holden202T » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:57 am

yeah i have to agree with the head mods, especially the rotators....

more info on the head conversion is here http://www.oldholdens.com/tech/vkeficonversion/index.php#head

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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby VNracer34G » Sun Aug 09, 2009 7:40 pm

Definitely the starfire rods from the blue motor but chuck the stock bolts for ARP ones 11/32" sbc ones do the trick and are reasonably priced due to the volume produced for the chev guys. Dont mix up pushrods the 3.3 ones arent surface hardened and guideplates eat them real fast if you go the early adjustable rocker route. Personally i'd stick with the 186, few less cubes-bit less torque but you can rev the living crap out of them way beyond where the 202 3.3 will let go a piston and they sound mean screaming at 7000rpm :punk:
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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby Holden202T » Mon Aug 10, 2009 7:09 pm

7000rpm is fine from a 202, i've had first hand experience :D not very practial for a street car though ....

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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby antus » Wed Dec 09, 2009 6:16 pm

From the first link in this thread, but just incase the diy-ftp server goes off line heres a local copy.
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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby Holden202T » Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:06 pm

and heres a backup :D
http://www.oldholdens.com/temp/carstuff/wiring%20diagrams/JE%20Camira/
theres a fair bit more in mine ... i've been collecting everything i can find on the JE Camira stuff :punk:

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Re: Does anyone have a JE Camira Wiring Diagram ?

Postby antus » Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:18 am

ecu wiring
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