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Old 09-17-2006, 08:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have the Suzuki Carry SK410 DA21 engine. I was thinking if I could get maybe another Suzuki engine and replace it for bigger cc, but my mechanic says that the Carry's engine is slanted and is special so putting a normal straight mounted engine at the slanted position will not work. Wonder how true is this??

Here in Singapore, I have to send my van for inspection every year to renew road tax if not I can't renew the road tax. So I want to find a similiar looking engine look but with bigger cc if possible if not a better conditioned one. Spare parts are few here because this model is replaced with the 1.3L engine models, so every available van scraped or exported out.

HELP !!!

I remember getting PM on some spare parts dealers in Philippines but cant find where the PMs are. Could anyone with these contacts please email me. Appreciate it very much.

daniel

BTW, I'll be going to Makati in 27Nov-2Dec anyone of you guys around the area, would love to meetup
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Old 09-17-2006, 08:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Hi there vanman,

Majority of engine available here are from Cebu with a 660cc displacement with EFI (fuel injected) and sometimes with turbo. What's good about a F6, 660 cc engine it's gear is built for speed. The F10 is more for torque. A 1.3 Suzuki engine is very rare here but my mechanic told me you can put a 1.3 Toyota 4k engine because it is also slanted. But that is a major modification and involves a chunk of money. You have to buy a Toyota Hi-ace differential and a new rear disc brake to accomodate the power and speed you add plus the mounting is quite different also.

If you have access in Japan, try getting a K10 engine, it is a 1000 cc 16 valve fuel injected from a Suzuki Wagon R. Or an K6, the latest 660 engine that has a vvti (same technology as a vvti engine in Toyotas). At least it will be easy for your mechanic to mount.

If you don't mine, why do you need a bigger engine? Are you going to use it for hauling heavy stuff?

Goodluck and Happy hunting!
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Old 09-17-2006, 09:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Hi Yellowturtle,

Thanks for your reply and info. I'll have a look esp the Toyota 4k engine

Just want to have better torque my family are getting bigger my 13yr old daughter is already 1.69m tall, my 2 other girl 11 and boy 8 are also tall. Luckily they are not big sized Also aircon is bad at the back, want to do some modifications to the aircon by adding a blower so air is sent to the back. But doing that drains power so need a bigger engine to handle this and keep the mileage.
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Old 09-17-2006, 10:15 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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My aircon technician told me to put a 505 compressor so it will be cooler. Your van has a 1.0, i'm sure it can handle the compressor. Does your van have a 3rd row seat? What you can do is have your second seat row customize a plastic transparent wall so it will contain the cold air if the 3rd seat is unoccupied or if it just a compartment, its like a shower curtain.

If you add fans one in front, 2 to 3 on the back will make circulation of cold air much faster. But don't compare it to mid size car.

I still have the old message i sent you. The one with the local address of Suzuki's?

Here is also a site I saw in the net located in Cebu:

ALBERT SURPLUS PARTS SUPPLY - Homepage
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Old 09-18-2006, 06:21 AM   #5 (permalink)
 
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Yes my van has a 3rd row. I'll talk to my mechanic about the 505 compressor suggestion and the additional fans. Thanks for your mail
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Old 09-21-2006, 08:50 PM   #6 (permalink)
 
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Yes my van has a 3rd row. I'll talk to my mechanic about the 505 compressor suggestion and the additional fans. Thanks for your mail
hi there mr. vanman, i see about your situation, if you have the money to buy those things sir then go ahead. its just that you could buy an apv and at least save your van from being a mini monster hehe regarding the parts, yup you're right about that. most people right now are looking for our vans due to its good grades on gas.
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