Great car you have there.
I am from Portugal and have a friend of mine that have one Honda n600 of 1974.
He has some problems on the electric circuit, some smart guy cut off all the wires, so he doesn't know how to restabilish them.
As anyone have photo's, or some type of document about the electrical circuit?
Do you know any shop for new and old material for this car?
In Portugal it's not very easy to find material...
Can you send me photos of your rebuilt? My email is: email@example.com
Hi, this is my first post here but maybe this will help...
A Megasquirt stand alone efi will run anything from a 50cc spree
toa semi truck.
Of course the tuning of fuel maps and such might seem daunting.
hope this can help,
I finally got my N600...two of them! But both of them do not run...hopefully they will very soon.
Any updates on your car Matt? You get the engine in yet and did you decide if you are going to do any body work to the N600...paint wise?
The winter has been rather harsh the last few months. The snow FINALLY melted today, but I have a feeling this "warm" weather will be short lived. The n600 has just been sitting in the driveway.
Not the best on the tires, I know...
The engine is still in the garage waiting to be installed. I think now that I have removed an engine from my 89 civic (and replaced it, removed it, replaced, removed, etc. etc. all because I kept forgetting to do little stuff) the n600 should be easy. A few hours tops once the sun decides to come out and stay out.
As for body work, I have a spare fender I want to put on in place of a rusted one. I also need to patch a few holes. Some genius drilled holes in the sheet metal before. My front valance is also screwed up, so I'll need to hammer it back. I have a few dents on the roof too.
Once that's done, I want to repaint it the original color. This will eliminate the need for primer and I have a feeling it'll look MUCH better than my current civic's paintjob.
I just really want to drive this thing around again. I'm excited to get the new egine in, b/c I also realized that one of the bolts was missing from the exhaust manifold on my old engine. This would explain why it always smelled like exhaust in the cabin.