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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-19-2001, 10:36 AM
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got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

<font color=blue> There has got to be a way to get a automatic transmission behind a 1.3. How about a 2wd auto tranny from a tracker? Has anyone done this, seen this or even heard about this???? I just got back from Tellico and a auto would make them trails so much easier. I was half way up helicopter pad and I couldn't keep the momentum smooth enough to make it all the way up.

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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

I very much wanted a auto tranny in my Zuk and saw that Hawk Suzuki did a auto swap on a customers ride. When I contacted Hawk They said there was a lot envolved in the swap and they we're not planning on a kit or anything soon. If anyone made a kit to swap in a Tracker/Kick auto I would be first in line!!!

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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

Don't Suzuki make an auto for their G13A motor they use in the saloon model?
I thought they did.
Don't know if the ratios would be asny good.
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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

I am working on doing this with mine this winter,
But I am keeping the t-case too. I think there will be some
tunnel rework needed. With just a quick look at the problem, (Pushing the transmission to the 1.3 block, looks like the top two bolts will line right up, the side two will need to have the bell housing drilled out so I can bolt it to the engine. Course gotta makesure everything lines up torque converter wise..

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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

i often wondered if since you use an adapter plate to mount an 1.6 engine to a 1.3 tranny couldn't you use the same adapter to mount a tracker/kick trans to a 1.3engine block?
i don't know if this is possable but might be???


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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

<font color=blue> Well, I think I know where I can get an auto tranny out of a 2wd tracker for a good price. Maybe I'll pick it up and experiment a little bit.

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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

i say if you are going to do it get a efi 1.6L and the auto from a 2wd tracker/kick and do it all at once.just my op.

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Re: got to get a auto tranny behind my 1.3

<font color=blue> I think that I will go with the 1.6 with efi. The diesel would be something different and impressive but the 1.6 would fit my needs so much more. Thanks for the info anyways. The gears in my head were turning more than usual yesterday.

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