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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-27-2001, 09:44 PM
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Greetings,
I have a 91 sammy and just put a new dual friction center force clutch. Now my #2 rod bearing is gone. I have priced rebuild kits and cranks. It's going to run about 1200 with new crank, pistons, oil pump, and head. kbb says it's only worth about 705 trade in and 1830 retail. I really don't want to part with it. Any good suggestions. Thanks,
Jeff

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i will give ya 500 for it LOL[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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$1200 ?? I hope that you're getting kissed too for that price that's EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE for a Samurai rebuild kit.Try Dave at Asian Auto Parts of Arizona for a rebuild kit.
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Re: 91 Sammy

I'll give ya $501!!!

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yeah you need to contact dave http://www.asianautopartsofaz.com/suzuki.html

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Re: 91 Sammy

Drop a 1.6 in. It'll cost you a lot less and you'll get more HP.

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Don't tell that to the 16-valve 1600 guys who couldn't keep up with the Asian Auto Parts 1300's in Dave's (from AAPA) and Fred's (from CSC) Samurai's! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

My Swift GTi/Samurai hybrid 1300 has no trouble keeping ahead of 1600's either. My friend's 8v 1600 starts begging to be shifted to the next gear at about 4500 rpm, while my motor loves to sing at 9000 rpm. And it's simpler, lighter, and cost me less to build.

Don't be too quick to give up on the 1300. You'll be surprised at how much power they can put out!

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Re: 91 Sammy

just put in a swift block, it should be exactly the same as youres becuase newer FI samurais have 1298cc block, so do swifts. i am running a swift block, works good, bolted right in. cost me 40 dollars canadian for the swift block and head, they were both in really good shape.. anton


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Re: 91 Sammy

i am running a 1324cc block 30 over flat-tops-isky cammed
weber carbed-1300 i would put up against my 1.8 sport in
all ways escept top end-love the 1300 it matches the samurai
size & weight vise--oldzuki

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Re: 91 Sammy

I haven't checked but I would think that Blue Book price would be more in the range of 1000-2500 depending on condition.

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