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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-19-2002, 07:39 PM
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1.3L head on 1.6L engine

My buddy wants to know if you can use a 1.3L N/A head, intake, & carb on a 1.6L Tracker motor. I know I'm gonna get flamed for this but he has his reasons, just need to know if it'll work & I can't remember.
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

as long as it's a 1st gen.1600 not the 16 valve
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

Yep, got the same setup. Need to use the 1600 head gasket.
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

Just a question, but what would be the point of this combo?
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

brent told me the 1600 16 valve motor will work with the 1300 head as well i have also ben told this by hawk strickly suzuki hawk builds this combo into what they refer to a a torker setup what ever that means
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"brent told me the 1600 16 valve motor will work with the 1300 head as well i have also ben
told this by hawk strickly suzuki hawk
builds this combo into what they refer to a a torker setup what ever that means"

probably the smaller ports and intake of the 1300 build more lo end power than the stock 1600
but at a cost of the higher power band. A smaller port riunner keeps the flow velocity higher,
which should help the bottom end power.
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

I've got a perfect 1.6 head (8 valve) I'll sell for $125 if anyone's interested (plus shipping of course).

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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

This is ther one my buddy bought with the 1.6L already in it for $400 (Bastid) He said that the wiring harness was left incomplete so he just wants to get it on the road for now with the 1.3L head & intake. There ya happy Danny! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

he can still use the 1.6 head with the 1.3 intake/carb. He just needs to add an electric fuel pump which he can get with the money he saves from not buying a head gasket.
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Re: 1.3L head on 1.6L engine

I had this set up when my truck was still Zuk :-)
The main reson for this set up for me was I had head work done to the 1.3 head. It was mildly ported and the head was shaved . Gave me loads of low end grunt where I needed it.

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