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That's not the number I was asking about, but at this point it doesn't matter - what you have is an SJ413 with a 1.3 liter G13a - assuming the engine you bought is a Suzuki G13a or G13ba - it should be a bolt in swap.
 

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That's not the number I was asking about, but at this point it doesn't matter - what you have is an SJ413 with a 1.3 liter G13a - assuming the engine you bought is a Suzuki G13a or G13ba - it should be a bolt in swap.
I was posting individual pictures since my phone would not do multiple. When the block blew it caked on oil everywhere I'm posting as I find numbers. The last number G13A-438726, 1324cm3 These are what I found so far

Thank you so much for all your help you guys are great.

I plan on trying to swap next weekend and want to make sure I have as many parts possible so that I can get it done while Ill have help. Just don't want any big surprises.
 

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Okay, this was my dad's and he is a mechanic who consistently tells me it’s a 1.0 but he could wrong and that’s why I’m trying to figure all this out

the casting in the engine shows G13A...... Does this mean its a 1.3?
Dad's wrong, its a 1.3 with the Hitachi carb as Darrell says.

The last number G13A-438726, 1324cm3 These are what I found so far
Bolt in a new block and swap the manifolds over.
 

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I was posting individual pictures since my phone would not do multiple. When the block blew it caked on oil everywhere I'm posting as I find numbers. The last number G13A-438726, 1324cm3 These are what I found so far

Thank you so much for all your help you guys are great.

I plan on trying to swap next weekend and want to make sure I have as many parts possible so that I can get it done while Ill have help. Just don't want any big surprises.
Dad's wrong, its a 1.3 with the Hitachi carb as Darrell says.



Bolt in a new block and swap the manifolds over.
Thank you
 

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Could you guys help me again? Dad and I have installed the used motor. All started fine but had water in the oil. We took the head off and had it checked along with a valve job. Put it back together and now no spark.
The distributor rotor is turning, we have power to the coil, checked fuses, and still no spark.

What are your thoughts?
 

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Check for spark at the coil - if you're not getting a spark there you most likely have an electrical issue, if you have a spark there but not at the plugs, the distributor is probably installed incorrectly.
 

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Check for spark at the coil - if you're not getting a spark there you most likely have an electrical issue, if you have a spark there but not at the plugs, the distributor is probably installed incorrectly.
We have been checking the coil and that is where we have no spark. We have tried a second distributer from our old engine and still no spark. I'm assuming and hoping it something small we forgot to check.
 

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Not familiar with the 1.3, but the dist must have an igniter, either capacitor/points or electronic, the common denominators would be power and a ground...
 

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I'd be rechecking the wiring around the distributor/coil area - you have two distributors, both of which were known to be working prior to the engine swap & head removal, it's unlikely (but not impossible) for both to have failed.

Acks FAQ (google it if you need to) has the manuals & diagrams - try disconnecting the coil negative and then, very carefully, shorting it to ground, every time you break that ground connection, you should get a spark at the coil tower.
 
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