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Old 07-16-2008, 09:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys...im new here..great forum
so...i have an sj410 '84 f10a carb engine with 4spd manual.
im going to swap engine with a g13bb 16v sohc from later sams.I can get the 5spd gears from the same engine but no the wiring and ecm
I found the complete wiring loom and ecm from a jimny'99 with the same g13bb 16v sohc.Do they mate together or my engine wont be compatible with the ecm and wiringI also need fuel pump right
Please someone inform me because i am one click before buying them.
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Old 07-18-2008, 02:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Contact Petroworks in Fallbrook California. they will be able to help you out. Their web page is PetroWorks
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Old 07-19-2008, 12:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Why not just throw Any Hyundai Pony Car Carb on that engine you have installed allready . There cheap from any junk yard and they Bolt right up and you'll gain like 15hp i did it on my 84 and it Ran like brand new
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i dont have that option because of my 4speed gears.they are ok on the mountain but on a trip in highway are terrible,so high rpm for 100km/h.and the carb upgrade will be a very bad option with that rpms for fuel.
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Ok then, get a 86 and use the hyundai carb, they have 5 speeds and are No speed demon but they go allright on the highway... Is there any lift in that sammi as if there is i woulden;t wanna go any faster then 100km anyways....


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84 stack springs with 86 springs Togeather combined with with Spoa you can fit 37's on those zukis also
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no is stock height.future upgrade with ome springs 2inch lift only.so im going g13bb 16v and i cross my fingers..thanks guys!
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