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Old 03-13-2004, 08:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the smallest fuel injected...

What is the smallest fuel injected motor that will bolt up to a Samurai 5-spd? Will a geo metro or sprint motor bolt up? I have never dealt with a samurai so this is all new to me. I did a search for metro and came up with nothing. What is the most common axle and or samurai?
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size matters

a 1990 or newer sammi motor was fuel infected and had the whopping 13 hundred cubic kittens. Go smaller and you might as well leave the key on the hook. I'm curious to know why you want shrinkage where everyone else is into enhancement.
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A geo metro and suzuki swift 1.3 will bolt ot a sammy 5 spd because it's the same exact motor as the sammy pretty much.
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I believe the smallest is the Chev sprint 3 cylinder 1 liter.....
They even made a factory turbo three cylinder sprint.....zoom zoom.....
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Yep Geo metro was a 3cyl. I rented one in the mid 90s and it actually drove ok and it got 52 mpg between the bay are and LA.
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metro buggy yeah!
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Re: size matters

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a 1990 or newer sammi motor was fuel infected and had the whopping 13 hundred cubic kittens. Go smaller and you might as well leave the key on the hook. I'm curious to know why you want shrinkage where everyone else is into enhancement.
You shall see
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just a warning...the 3 cylinder turbo out of the chevy sprint has a different bellhousing bolt pattern than the all aluminum 3 cylinder metro. the all aluminum metro 3 poper i am told will bolt up to the samurai 5sd but the sprint turbo will not. the turbo motor might bolt up to the old sj410 4spd though.
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just a warning...the 3 cylinder turbo out of the chevy sprint has a different bellhousing bolt pattern than the all aluminum 3 cylinder metro. the all aluminum metro 3 poper i am told will bolt up to the samurai 5sd but the sprint turbo will not. the turbo motor might bolt up to the old sj410 4spd though.
Would the Turbo stuff from the turbo motor bolt up to the non turbo'd motor?

Then you could just bolt the non turbo'd motor up to the sami fived speed with the turbo stuff on it.
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A guy I used to work with put a sprint turbo on his 96 geo metro, he had to make some kind of adaptor.
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