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Old 10-25-2008, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can any one tell me if the diference betwenthe f8a and the f5a suzuki 3 cylendre moter is done by the piston size or a diferent stroke thanks don
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Isn't an F8A an LJ80 engine? thats a 4cyl.
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Isn't an F8A an LJ80 engine? thats a 4cyl.
thanks for your replly rhinoman f8a is on the compliance plate and it is definatly 3 cylender
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OK, I looked on Google, the newer 3-cyl engine is also called an F8A. From a piston catalogue it looks like the F5A is 543cc 62 x 60. The F8A is 798 68.5 x 72

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OK, I looked on Google, the newer 3-cyl engine is also called an F8A. From a piston catalogue it looks like the F5A is 543cc 62 x 60. The F8A is 798 68.5 x 72
Yes I know the capasites Rhinoman but what I would like to know is which way they increas the capasity one way is to enlarg the piston and the bore sise or they can lenthen the crank stroke and shorten the conrod if that 62x60 & 68.5x72 is bore and stroke that would mean they used both
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Thats correct, the piston catalogue gives the bore sizes as 62mm and 68.5mm. The stroke I calculated from the capacity.
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Thats correct, the piston catalogue gives the bore sizes as 62mm and 68.5mm. The stroke I calculated from the capacity.
Thanks rhinoman thats all i wanted to know

I see you are located in the uk I am from Australia.
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