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G16B 1999+ Baleno engine in a 1999 Jimny

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27 Feb 2019 08:31 - 06 Mar 2019 06:18 #203880 by yakuza
Helping a local guy to do this swap. I am having a hard time finding a how to and info on here that is more or less complete.
If someone is better at searching please link here.

have to do:
- adapter on the gearbox (my own design)
- oil pickup fix -weld job using the G13BB pipe with the G16 top end and flange.
- engine mount fix (right side is ok?) -weld job moving the mount 2.5cm on the g16
- bolts trickery as i have not sourced the outer ones at bottom gearbox flange. -weld or inserts or lathe job.
- reuse G13BB generator and pump brackets
- reuse G13BB water pipes
- reuse G13BB intake and exhaust manifold.
- use G16B injectors
- reuse G13BB engine wiring loom and ECU.
- doing the clutch and belts.
- removing oil filter angle mount, using original Suzuki stud.
- Reuse the stud from the G13BB as the m13a stud is too short for the G16B.
blank off the crank sensor at the oil pan?
I thought that we did not have to swap the cam, correct?

anything else?

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.
Last edit: 06 Mar 2019 06:18 by yakuza. Reason: add info

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27 Feb 2019 17:26 #203892 by MadsV
Its pretty detailed with pics in my thread. The cam can be used, check the amount of lugs on the trigger wheel/ring at the end. I swapped mine over from the 1,3 cam. Its all good if you set both engines at TDC and mark the ring.
I have also done this before with putting the 1,3 cam in the g16 head, no problem

Norwegian 01 Jimny
G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels
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05 Mar 2019 18:51 #204150 by Rabid Rhino
It would be nice to se a summarized thread of just the engine install here as you do it with help from MadsV thread & a link to it with the page numbers for a reference.

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06 Mar 2019 06:19 - 06 Mar 2019 06:24 #204164 by yakuza
Adding info and correcting the first post as I check things. will take some time this as the service parts come and we get the time to do the work.

www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum/8-my-ji...r-norwegian?start=96
there is MadsV's good pictures in his thread.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.
Last edit: 06 Mar 2019 06:24 by yakuza.

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08 Mar 2019 14:29 #204310 by Bosanek
It would be great if those who have done it would write a guide in this wiki article .

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10 Mar 2019 07:27 #204374 by MadsV
I will see if I can make a wiki about it sometime. If anyone else wants to feel free to use my photos

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14 Mar 2019 08:10 - 14 Mar 2019 08:10 #204556 by yakuza
Brackets..

what steering pump and generator bracket to use?
Jimny one doesn't fit, but will the baleno clear the frame rails?

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.
Last edit: 14 Mar 2019 08:10 by yakuza.

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15 Mar 2019 10:42 - 15 Mar 2019 10:43 #204617 by MadsV
Use the jimny ones. You have to cut the power steering bracket to clear the exhaust.

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2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels
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Last edit: 15 Mar 2019 10:43 by MadsV.
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15 Mar 2019 17:53 #204634 by Rabid Rhino
What about a pre 1999 G16B ? (I have a 1996)

Also here's a handy link of a build without an adapter plate
www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum/7-jimny...ut-using-adapter-kit
Which adapter should you use ?

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20 Mar 2019 09:56 - 20 Mar 2019 09:58 #204839 by yakuza

Rabid Rhino wrote: What about a pre 1999 G16B ? (I have a 1996)

Also here's a handy link of a build without an adapter plate
www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum/7-jimny...ut-using-adapter-kit
Which adapter should you use ?


The pre 1999 does not have the same ignition system so you will have some wiring issues.
The 1996 baleno engine also have a mechanical distributor that protrudes into the firewall of the jimny.
Vitara (not GV) engine is a better choice then if you can find an early one.

I use my own adapters originally designed for SJ. Sold only in Norway.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, 17%/87% high/low gears.
Last edit: 20 Mar 2019 09:58 by yakuza.

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20 Mar 2019 12:00 - 20 Mar 2019 17:36 #204842 by Rabid Rhino
Ah-ha.... that explains why the cars were so cheap & nobody bought them.
Distributor Adapter designed for SJ: Who makes them ? DG Tuning ? Moes Suzuki Service ?

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20 Mar 2019 21:03 #204859 by MadsV
On my previous jimny i used a 94 vitara engine with mechanical distributor, swapped the 1.3 cam and the cam cover over. No stress!

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G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels

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