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1.6 engine conversion without using adapter kit

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24 Aug 2015 19:31 - 08 Mar 2019 13:46 #150527 by gus2000
Hello.

I approached some modifications as proposed in

www.rumbozeroexpediciones.com/app/.../TT-102+SUZUKI+1600.pdf

G16b Engine from Suzuki baleno 2001.




Without using engine-gearbox adapter kit.

Aligner is constructed to ensure proper alignment engine box





Box holes are enlarged to accommodate the knock pin and allow the motor screw







At the bottom we drilled the two parts (engine and gearbox) simultaneously to insert a "pin" which allow the correct centering of the two parts



Lower coupling piece











Jimny oil strainer with 1.6 connection welded



Flywheel of jimny in 1,6 engine



Jimny phonic wheel in the 1.6 engine. You must be careful to place it in the correct angle












Test 1,6 injectors.





Right engine modifications





Left engine modifications







Assembly engine gearbox set





Motor circuit filled with oil, using a soda bottle pressurized with air. The connection is made in the oil pressure switch.





Relocation exhaust pipe







Close-fitting



Prolongation of the lower support from the exhaust



Ignition timing is correct.



Ready to use



Thank you very much to those who helped me in the work

Best regards. Gustavo

Gustavo LU2HC - Rio Cuarto (Argentina)
Jimny 1999 - 1.6 16V - SOHC
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25 Aug 2015 08:10 #150573 by craigy123
Very impressive engineering.

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29 Aug 2015 09:46 #150902 by GraphicX
fantastic work !

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25 Jan 2016 10:25 #161106 by fc.tanou
My friend can you tell me what is the correct position of the ring behind of the camshaft.the camshaft on the front of engine is it in timing?

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26 Jan 2016 15:25 #161226 by gus2000

fc.tanou wrote: My friend can you tell me what is the correct position of the ring behind of the camshaft.the camshaft on the front of engine is it in timing?



Hello,

For install the phonic wheel

1) put the engine in "timming belt instalation" (crankshaft and camshaft) ..

2) insert the phonic wheel (whith the front face properly) as the figure

gustavo

Gustavo LU2HC - Rio Cuarto (Argentina)
Jimny 1999 - 1.6 16V - SOHC

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30 Jan 2016 16:27 #161506 by Cider
Wow
A great write up......... :) :)

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01 Feb 2016 02:03 #161614 by GraphicX
he needs help positioning the cam sensor timing ring on the end of the cam shaft & i don' t know how to explain it correctly to him. been discussing via PM.

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02 Feb 2016 14:11 #161707 by Johnniehec
Hi what was the original engine in this Jimny? I thought g16bb into g13bb and/or m16a into m13a was easier than this?
Cheers
John.

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On the 9th day he swapped it for a Jimny.

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06 Mar 2019 16:44 #204199 by Vasile
Hello. Do you have some pictures how to instal the phonic wheel on suzuki jimny camshaft .g13bb.

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07 Mar 2019 11:58 #204241 by gus2000
Hello Vasile........







The position of the phonic wheel is given with the camshaft at the point of mounting the belt.

Best Regards

Gustavo LU2HC - Rio Cuarto (Argentina)
Jimny 1999 - 1.6 16V - SOHC

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