Originally Posted by happyharold4
OK---OK---No sense of humor--------Well on the more serious side what do you guys think of this one----It seems like it's a Sammi with a Kick engine.
990 SUZUKI SAMURAI JL, Rare fuel injection Suzuki Samurai JL, recent Low milage japanese 1.6 litre engine installation...Runs Purfect. New JP eater LIFT KIT.... from Rocky Road Suspension, along with springover conversion on YJ leaf springs. 2" body lift, for a total of 10" lift. nice interior seats and door panels.. Clean original paint, with virtually NO Rust. New Softtop, This Samurai Runs Great. Awsome 4x4....... $2999.obo.......
Depending on your location, that could be a good deal.
A couple of interesting things to be aware of:
1990 to 1995 - all were EFI (Fuel Injection) so not so rare.
If you get to see a pic under the hood, check which direction the air intake is pointing. If the intake hose goes to the passenger side, they just yanked the 1.3 motor and wedged the 1.6 in between the stock intake and exhaust systems (same thing I did on my white trail rig). That is a good, stable platform. If the air horn points over the motor to the drivers side then they used the 1.6 intake and EFI. It works when done right, but check the wiring harness to make sure it wasn't just cobbled together.
The RR YJ conversion is decent, and it will give you a great ride. Just check for a real 'high steer' system and don't settle for just a bent drag link... RRO sold tons of those, but they don't fix bump steer.
SPOA adds an additional 4.5" of lift so with the YJ kit you can fit at least 33" tires easily. I would dump the body lift though. Overkill. It already has enough lift without it. Safer if you just stick with suspension lift.
I have done all of these installs, so hit me with any Q's you may have.