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Old 09-29-2010, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi to all!!

Just looking if someone can help me. I just triying to found one of those.
Can any one help me!!
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Its spelled Aisin, and they were put on Canadian samurai's, so maybe check with the canucks.
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Old 09-29-2010, 11:26 AM   #3 (permalink)
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lol.... Thanks!!!
I have problem with my carb...
Somebody said to me that Aisin are better!!! Any suggestions?
Or were I can send mine to rebuilt?
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lol, no problem! those aisin/hitachi all trash my friend. that was VERY OLD technology for its time, nissan, toyo, mitsu, ect were already using multi port electronic fuel injection. i had a 89 nissan stanza with mpefi.

petroworks.com <<<< carb<<<<< constant velocity side draft best carb ever. my samurai was still running after it flipped over, never stalled.
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The problem is that i use to eun in stock class. It must have stock carburetor.
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Old 09-29-2010, 06:35 PM   #6 (permalink)
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When you say stock...

Do you mean stock for that vehicle? If so, you are stuck with getting a rebuild from Petroworks or hawk.

Or that model year? Going EFI from a newer zook would help.


Or that manufacturer (Suzuki)? the 16v would be sweet if you can swing it...
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Old 10-04-2010, 09:36 AM   #7 (permalink)
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When I mean Stock Class is that you may do some ugrade to the interiors, no body know you have inside; but you must use a full samurai 1.3L motor, block, head, carburator and ignition distributor ( can use MSD 6AL ), No EFI, no Webber. No much to upgrade.
The track is 200 ft muddy ones.
Mines runs very well is about 4.24 seg.
But I want to do some upgrades in the carburator, and someone tell me that the AISIN will help me more. I really dont know much about them. I have the 1987 1324cc motor with some upgrades. Mo much RPM is about 7500 max RPM. and have 210 psi cylinder compression.

Any suggestions ??
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