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Turbo M16A Jimny

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21 Jan 2022 09:08 #241344 by Lambert
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Cheaper than a rod through the block I would have thought?

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One of the last 200ish of the gen3s, probably.

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21 Jan 2022 09:20 #241345 by Motleycrew
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This engine can handle half bar of boost with standard internals. Been done a lot on Suzuki swifts. They actually put the liana engine in as it has a low compression ratio compared to the high compression ratio one in the Suzuki swift sport. Also I paid £280 for the engine plus abit cleaning the head up at the machine shop. Forging it will cost thousands, not to concerned about the engine.

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21 Jan 2022 10:01 #241346 by sniper
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I can source forged rods and pistons for £890 delivered if they are of interest....

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21 Jan 2022 10:20 #241348 by Motleycrew
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Will keep that in mind thank you

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21 Jan 2022 11:34 - 26 Jan 2022 19:11 #241355 by Motleycrew
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Can you send me some information on the pistons and rods? Do they come with all the rings etc. I might get a newer m16a engine and build it on the side
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21 Jan 2022 14:17 #241358 by CharterBoat
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Hey guys,
i know this isn't about turboing or other force induction but I've found this 2013 s cross with a m16a vvt engine and I was wondering if I could just rip it out and put it in my 2006 vvt jimny? Or would I need an ecu, I'm looking for a bunch of the same answer cause I've had two guys tell me different things.

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21 Jan 2022 21:02 #241376 by sniper
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Hey guys,
i know this isn't about turboing or other force induction but I've found this 2013 s cross with a m16a vvt engine and I was wondering if I could just rip it out and put it in my 2006 vvt jimny? Or would I need an ecu, I'm looking for a bunch of the same answer cause I've had two guys tell me different things.

You need an 05' to 10' engine, the trigger wheels changed and post 10' engines will not run on earlier ECU's.... Suzuki Liana bolts straight in... 

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21 Jan 2022 21:08 #241377 by sniper
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Can you send me some information on the pistons and rods? Do they come with all the rings etc. I might get a newer m16a engine and build it in the side

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21 Jan 2022 22:38 #241384 by Motleycrew
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Have been trying to decipher the wiring diagram, got the hang of most it. Pretty much all the wiring will be retained and the ECU will take the old ones place. The 4x4 vacuum module will be disabled and I will need to get manual front hubs in the future. I am going to use the vacuum hub line nipple from the inlet manifold and run a 3mm hose to the onboard map sensor to the ECU.
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22 Jan 2022 09:16 #241395 by Motleycrew
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Fitted vitara brakes a couple of weeks ago
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22 Jan 2022 10:25 - 22 Jan 2022 17:16 #241396 by Motleycrew
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This is the electrical hardware that cost me a small fortune. I decided to get a digital wideband controller as they are more reliable and enables closed boost control. The boost controller will keep tabs on the waste gate creeping open.
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22 Jan 2022 10:29 #241397 by Motleycrew
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*analogue or digital wideband makes closed boost control possible. You can get away with a narrow band controller and have the dyno use there own wideband o2 sensor on a stick stuffed in the exhaust to map the car.

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