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heres what i did? i worked out how much whp i have as starters, then how much i want to add. i compare the cost of that addition to other cars and it work out. most parts ull be buying are not swift specific so i nuh watch dat, its not hard to reach 200atw in a swift. wt 200atw in a super light body, u can count the cars that are faster than u and the cost to get u there is not exhorbitant. as i said b4, u see man out there wt fast car, just do like what i do and ask them how much dem spend. 150k is like a drop in the bucket on a honda, truss mi!

TOYTECH ©:

--- Quote from: lost_soul on September 25, 2007, 01:05:37 AM ---
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--- Quote from: DaC9 on September 24, 2007, 08:36:16 PM ---
--- Quote from: cjray on September 19, 2007, 02:38:29 PM ---thanks for the advice man! thats very enlightning

4 door hatch and looking  very neat on fourteens

the engine is a G13B and does run well

if i should upgrade to a fuel injected 1600 wat kinda price i'd be lookin at?

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??? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the G13B the GTi engine? (and therefore EFI)

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g13ba is the correct engine code, but it seems that it stated as g13b, dunno why, gotta ask suzuki dat ;D

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hear what now he has a G13B witch can either can be a  GL,GS,GTI or GLX so we all know that the gti is out cause u dont have gti in carb so its either  GL,GS or GLX witch are 1.3 and carb and they are SOHC cause the GTI  is the only DOHC witch is a 1.3 16valve and the others are 12. soooooooooooooooo yes gti is a G13B but its a DOHC 16VALVE (EFI) NOT (CARB) and the  GL GS AND GLX are  G13B but SOHC 12VALVE(CARB)NOT(EFI) and if any one want to challenge me on that i have the suzuki swift manual straight from the corporation ,300 takatsuka,hamamatsu,japan

 [sneaky] [sneaky]                          and note the GL also comes G10A witch is a 1.0, 3cylinder, SOHC

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then engine in the swift gl can be the g10a, or the g13ba, its a sohc 8v, plz, dont talk to me bout dat, this is the car i owned and drove for pretty close to a yr

on the chassis it says g13b, but unless is dohc wit 16valves, then its the g13ba, i av the manual too u know

but i'll leave u to do wateva u do

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lets not start nuh war here...

* taken from claude's "The Suzuki G Engine"

G13

The G13 is an in line 4 cylinder engine utilizing aluminum alloy for the block, cylinder head and pistons. Displacing 1.3 L (1298 cc/79 in³), fuel delivery is either through a carburetor, a single point fuel injection or a multi-point fuel injection.

The engine was produced as either an 8 valve with a single overhead camshaft (G13A) or as a 16 valve with double overhead camshafts (G13B).

G13A

The SOHC G13A was used in the following vehicles:

    * November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51S
    * November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51B
    * 1986–1989 Suzuki Samurai
    * – Suzuki SJ413

G13B

The DOHC G13B was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1988– Suzuki Cultus AA34S AB34S
    * 1990– Suzuki Cultus AB34S
    * – Suzuki SJ413
    * 1989– Suzuki Swift AC34S DOHC
    * 1990–1995 Suzuki Samurai
    * Maruti Zen

G13BA

The SOHC 8-valve G13BA was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1989 Suzuki Sidekick
    * 1989–1993 Suzuki Swift (8-valve SOHC)
    * 1998–2002 Suzuki Swift (16-valve SOHC)

G13BB

The SOHC G13BB has electronic MPFI fuel injection, generating 56–59 kW (75–79 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 104–115 N·m (77–85 ft·lbf) at 4,500 rpm, and was used in Suzuki Baleno / Esteem from 1995 to 2000 and Suzuki Jimny from 1998 to 2004.

The Swift GTI twin cam is well known. Older Swift GS types (before '89) used a special camshaft and carburetor, which are now sought after items. There is a smaller 993 c.c. Variant (G10B) that was used in the 1993 Suzuki Alto.

Applications:

    * 1995– Suzuki Baleno
    * Suzuki Swift
    * 1998–2004 Suzuki Jimny
    * Ultralight aircrafts [1]

G13K

The DOHC G13K was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1988– Suzuki Cultus GTI AA34S AB34S

lost_soul:

--- Quote from: STANNO β„’ on September 25, 2007, 12:21:06 PM ---
--- Quote from: lost_soul on September 25, 2007, 01:05:37 AM ---
--- Quote from: BLOOD TYPE on September 24, 2007, 10:25:33 PM ---
--- Quote from: lost_soul on September 24, 2007, 10:00:34 PM ---
--- Quote from: DaC9 on September 24, 2007, 08:36:16 PM ---
--- Quote from: cjray on September 19, 2007, 02:38:29 PM ---thanks for the advice man! thats very enlightning

4 door hatch and looking  very neat on fourteens

the engine is a G13B and does run well

if i should upgrade to a fuel injected 1600 wat kinda price i'd be lookin at?

--- End quote ---

??? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the G13B the GTi engine? (and therefore EFI)

--- End quote ---

g13ba is the correct engine code, but it seems that it stated as g13b, dunno why, gotta ask suzuki dat ;D

--- End quote ---




hear what now he has a G13B witch can either can be a  GL,GS,GTI or GLX so we all know that the gti is out cause u dont have gti in carb so its either  GL,GS or GLX witch are 1.3 and carb and they are SOHC cause the GTI  is the only DOHC witch is a 1.3 16valve and the others are 12. soooooooooooooooo yes gti is a G13B but its a DOHC 16VALVE (EFI) NOT (CARB) and the  GL GS AND GLX are  G13B but SOHC 12VALVE(CARB)NOT(EFI) and if any one want to challenge me on that i have the suzuki swift manual straight from the corporation ,300 takatsuka,hamamatsu,japan

 [sneaky] [sneaky]                          and note the GL also comes G10A witch is a 1.0, 3cylinder, SOHC

--- End quote ---

then engine in the swift gl can be the g10a, or the g13ba, its a sohc 8v, plz, dont talk to me bout dat, this is the car i owned and drove for pretty close to a yr

on the chassis it says g13b, but unless is dohc wit 16valves, then its the g13ba, i av the manual too u know

but i'll leave u to do wateva u do

--- End quote ---

lets not start nuh war here...

* taken from claude's "The Suzuki G Engine"

G13

The G13 is an in line 4 cylinder engine utilizing aluminum alloy for the block, cylinder head and pistons. Displacing 1.3 L (1298 cc/79 inΒ³), fuel delivery is either through a carburetor, a single point fuel injection or a multi-point fuel injection.

The engine was produced as either an 8 valve with a single overhead camshaft (G13A) or as a 16 valve with double overhead camshafts (G13B).

G13A

The SOHC G13A was used in the following vehicles:

    * November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51S
    * November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51B
    * 1986–1989 Suzuki Samurai
    * – Suzuki SJ413

G13B

The DOHC G13B was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1988– Suzuki Cultus AA34S AB34S
    * 1990– Suzuki Cultus AB34S
    * – Suzuki SJ413
    * 1989– Suzuki Swift AC34S DOHC
    * 1990–1995 Suzuki Samurai
    * Maruti Zen

G13BA

The SOHC 8-valve G13BA was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1989 Suzuki Sidekick
    * 1989–1993 Suzuki Swift (8-valve SOHC)
    * 1998–2002 Suzuki Swift (16-valve SOHC)

G13BB

The SOHC G13BB has electronic MPFI fuel injection, generating 56–59 kW (75–79 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 104–115 NΒ·m (77–85 ftΒ·lbf) at 4,500 rpm, and was used in Suzuki Baleno / Esteem from 1995 to 2000 and Suzuki Jimny from 1998 to 2004.

The Swift GTI twin cam is well known. Older Swift GS types (before '89) used a special camshaft and carburetor, which are now sought after items. There is a smaller 993 c.c. Variant (G10B) that was used in the 1993 Suzuki Alto.

Applications:

    * 1995– Suzuki Baleno
    * Suzuki Swift
    * 1998–2004 Suzuki Jimny
    * Ultralight aircrafts [1]

G13K

The DOHC G13K was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1988– Suzuki Cultus GTI AA34S AB34S

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aww nigga, ur no fun man

BLOOD-TYP3:

--- Quote from: evad12 on September 25, 2007, 12:55:34 AM ---
--- Quote from: BLOOD TYPE on September 24, 2007, 09:34:02 PM ---
--- Quote from: evad12 on September 24, 2007, 06:42:18 AM ---blood type  you have some paper to burn ? its up to you and the money you want to spend .
 
don't just think about how your car will run but what will have to be done for it to run good .
do a research how all the parts you're going to need and the cost to make the swap, don't take any price that says
around x/y figure if its x its x   

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ok roughly when i check it out for my sorting out its gonna be about 150k engine, wireloom,computer,gearbox,turbo parts,front end set up and labour and seriously i find that cheap even if it makes the 200k mark a just so so in all my car now would value 400k upose to me to go sell my car  try save more money to buy a new one for the same 400k wit efi and then turbo it it ago  cost even more tell me the truth now aint it so?  so what we all saying is that the man can go buy a gti engine and mod it that ago cost him like 80k or less if him get links on parts

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swift value 400k  [rofl] [rofl] [rofl]  ,150k sound like pure stock parts to me . my opinion check some one who has done it before  that is turbo a swift , TURBO GTI here on wheels i'm sure he will be more than willing to help you out

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nah dude i drive a mitsubishi mirage [whistle]

BLOOD-TYP3:

--- Quote from: lost_soul on September 25, 2007, 11:03:32 PM ---
--- Quote from: STANNO β„’ on September 25, 2007, 12:21:06 PM ---
--- Quote from: lost_soul on September 25, 2007, 01:05:37 AM ---
--- Quote from: BLOOD TYPE on September 24, 2007, 10:25:33 PM ---
--- Quote from: lost_soul on September 24, 2007, 10:00:34 PM ---
--- Quote from: DaC9 on September 24, 2007, 08:36:16 PM ---
--- Quote from: cjray on September 19, 2007, 02:38:29 PM ---thanks for the advice man! thats very enlightning

4 door hatch and looking  very neat on fourteens

the engine is a G13B and does run well

if i should upgrade to a fuel injected 1600 wat kinda price i'd be lookin at?

--- End quote ---

??? Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the G13B the GTi engine? (and therefore EFI)

--- End quote ---

g13ba is the correct engine code, but it seems that it stated as g13b, dunno why, gotta ask suzuki dat ;D

--- End quote ---




hear what now he has a G13B witch can either can be a  GL,GS,GTI or GLX so we all know that the gti is out cause u dont have gti in carb so its either  GL,GS or GLX witch are 1.3 and carb and they are SOHC cause the GTI  is the only DOHC witch is a 1.3 16valve and the others are 12. soooooooooooooooo yes gti is a G13B but its a DOHC 16VALVE (EFI) NOT (CARB) and the  GL GS AND GLX are  G13B but SOHC 12VALVE(CARB)NOT(EFI) and if any one want to challenge me on that i have the suzuki swift manual straight from the corporation ,300 takatsuka,hamamatsu,japan

 [sneaky] [sneaky]                          and note the GL also comes G10A witch is a 1.0, 3cylinder, SOHC

--- End quote ---

then engine in the swift gl can be the g10a, or the g13ba, its a sohc 8v, plz, dont talk to me bout dat, this is the car i owned and drove for pretty close to a yr

on the chassis it says g13b, but unless is dohc wit 16valves, then its the g13ba, i av the manual too u know

but i'll leave u to do wateva u do

--- End quote ---

lets not start nuh war here...

* taken from claude's "The Suzuki G Engine"

G13

The G13 is an in line 4 cylinder engine utilizing aluminum alloy for the block, cylinder head and pistons. Displacing 1.3 L (1298 cc/79 inΒ³), fuel delivery is either through a carburetor, a single point fuel injection or a multi-point fuel injection.

The engine was produced as either an 8 valve with a single overhead camshaft (G13A) or as a 16 valve with double overhead camshafts (G13B).

G13A

The SOHC G13A was used in the following vehicles:

    * November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51S
    * November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51B
    * 1986–1989 Suzuki Samurai
    * – Suzuki SJ413

G13B

The DOHC G13B was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1988– Suzuki Cultus AA34S AB34S
    * 1990– Suzuki Cultus AB34S
    * – Suzuki SJ413
    * 1989– Suzuki Swift AC34S DOHC
    * 1990–1995 Suzuki Samurai
    * Maruti Zen

G13BA

The SOHC 8-valve G13BA was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1989 Suzuki Sidekick
    * 1989–1993 Suzuki Swift (8-valve SOHC)
    * 1998–2002 Suzuki Swift (16-valve SOHC)

G13BB

The SOHC G13BB has electronic MPFI fuel injection, generating 56–59 kW (75–79 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 104–115 NΒ·m (77–85 ftΒ·lbf) at 4,500 rpm, and was used in Suzuki Baleno / Esteem from 1995 to 2000 and Suzuki Jimny from 1998 to 2004.

The Swift GTI twin cam is well known. Older Swift GS types (before '89) used a special camshaft and carburetor, which are now sought after items. There is a smaller 993 c.c. Variant (G10B) that was used in the 1993 Suzuki Alto.

Applications:

    * 1995– Suzuki Baleno
    * Suzuki Swift
    * 1998–2004 Suzuki Jimny
    * Ultralight aircrafts [1]

G13K

The DOHC G13K was used in the following vehicles:

    * 1988– Suzuki Cultus GTI AA34S AB34S

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aww nigga, ur no fun man

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well there most be some new things that came out and stuff that was there in some old models witch i havent read about yet so every one is here to learn more right so preach knowledge is power

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