The best way to disable the mechanical fuel pump is to replace it with a plate. This plate could be easily fashioned out of a piece of flat aluminum or steel (aluminum would be better) cut to size with a grinder. You can use the pump as a template to drill two mounting holes. seal it with form-a-gasket.
You could remove the acutating rod but that might cause oil to pass though the acutating rod's passageway and drain out the breather tube.
Just removing the hoses will create a waste of energy as the camshaft will still be driving the pump although no fuel will be moving through it.
I am located in the U.S. and do not presently own a Samurai, but am in the market for a soft-top. One of the things I am trying to nail down before making a purchase is how best to make the rear seat safer so that my kids can ride with me. I am not planning any serious off-roading. If I...
I was wondering if there is a link to tech specs for the turbo triple JA11; specifically, I'm looking for the trans, TC and axle ratios. Or, if someone has them memorized that would be helpful too, lol! Thank you!
Just installed a set of led halos plug and play right? Wrong! Hi/low work great when applying light switch full on everything halo included works perfect.
First position though no parking lamps no turn signals?
Any help ya's can afford me would be outstnding,me and three others trying to figure...
I'm a new comer to this forum, i have a 92' samurai and i got the problem below, it is very appreicate for everyone who can give me some help! (i have been struggle for months) :)
Problem: Engine fails to start again after a short run ~ 1KM (heavy rain the nite before)
So I have an 88 Suzuki samurai. It’s a 1.0 engine and I blew a hole in the block. I found a 1.3. that was running. will my current pcm (main computer) on the 1.0 work with the 1.3? Should the 1.3 just bolt in? What else will I need for this swap.
I have an intake manifold, Exhaust...