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09-22-2012 08:47 AM
Max This may help too. It's a 1.6 swap, but the folks at this site may be able to assist...

Samurai ? How To Swap The 1.6L Into The Samurai | iZook - Suzuki 4x4 Tech Information, Accessories, Travel & Adventure
09-22-2012 07:48 AM
fordem Have a chat with the folks at Trail Tough, I believe they even offer a kit.
09-21-2012 10:09 PM
Installing 2.0 vitara engine in samurai

Looking for any info for performing this swap and the pitfalls to look out for as I just got a steal on a motor that will help offset the price of the conversion kit. Any info would be greatly appreciated. It's going in my 86' hardtop with a 6" lift, 33" swampers, lockers, t-case gear reduction & sidekick gears in diffs.

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