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Old 02-07-2017, 11:54 AM   #176 (permalink)
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Ah thank you. yes when I got it it was all stock besides new rims and tires but I put the tires you see there on. Stock gearing stock everything besides some crap under the hood (Weber aluminum radiator)
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OH and my stanly tractor muffler that actually sounds half ass decent. My question is how did you post my pictures? Maybe you shouldn't even try to explain

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OH and my stanly tractor muffler that actually sounds half ass decent. My question is how did you post my pictures? Maybe you shouldn't even try to explain
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click there (where it is written copied) and paste the link here

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Old 02-07-2017, 12:44 PM   #179 (permalink)
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Ok well every time I hit copy it doesn't copy it so...
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Old 02-07-2017, 08:28 PM   #180 (permalink)
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Hate to break it to you if you don't have the 500-600 for the right engine your already in over your head you can't even get the dom for the front tube chassis kit for under a 100$ on top of your 200$ rebuild now you have new pulleys custom exhaust and you truly think you will be money ahead? Listen to the guy on here that did the build already and even said it cost way to much and required way to much and your complaining of a few 100$
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Old 02-08-2017, 01:38 AM   #182 (permalink)
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how many engine swaps have you done?
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Old 02-08-2017, 07:03 AM   #183 (permalink)
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Helped my dad with a 302 and a c4 into a yj and again helped swap a 22r for a RE
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Old 02-08-2017, 07:07 AM   #184 (permalink)
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This won't be a few week project. Il be able to buy metal and parts gradually over time.

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Old 02-08-2017, 08:33 AM   #185 (permalink)
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This won't be a few week project. Il be able to buy metal and parts gradually over time.

Then why not save money for a couple months and buy a proper engine? A engine that has EFI, that will get way better fuel mileage, that will run on side hills, and that will fit into the vehicle you are working with.


EXAMPLE...the diesel engine in my neighbors semi is a ripper, does that mean it is a good candidate to swap in a sami? Application is the key here...the 305sbc has it place in the world (kinda) and so does the diesel semi engine and neither of those places is in a sami!
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Old 02-08-2017, 08:48 AM   #186 (permalink)
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You are right. I know everyone here that tells me this are right.
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Old 02-08-2017, 09:00 AM   #187 (permalink)
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so let's just sit and watch the swap happen. OR you could sell the 305 of yours and buy something like a 2.0l from a vitara or an aerio
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I could probably run the stock axles for a while to.
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Old 02-08-2017, 10:58 AM   #190 (permalink)
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Probably just stupid. Anyway il stop wasting your time project samrolet is underway 😂. We will see what happens il post pictures. Thanks for the help.
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My vote is very young, and one of his buddies thinks this is the coolest thing ever
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Old 02-08-2017, 01:32 PM   #192 (permalink)
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I'm young my friends think it's cool I think it's bad ass I've got the parts, a job that will half ass pay for more parts, a garage to work in, tools to use, one of the best welders in this country as a father and a samurai to build. I'm not the kind of person to not go threw with what I say Im doing. I'm probably going to end up with 305 4spd stuffed in my samurai. How good it is afterwards is a different story. Il let you know if you can say I told you so. Honestly the only advice I got helping me with what I want to do is the idea the 305 may be junk(il be looking for a 350) and that yotas won't be enough axle for a 350. The rest I already knew or was completely bashing me on this project thank you for the little advice I have received from 190 pages of crap I have gotten. I'm not ungrateful of you telling what is probably the truth but all I wanted was someone to tell me how to do this project better and not to say "trash it buy a 1.6"

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Which is exactly the problem. You came on here for advice and you got the best advice you could hope for. I'm proud of the job the board has done in this thread.

The only advice worth anything is don't do it. You'll regret it almost immediately.

If you're not willing to learn from others mistakes why post asking for advice? The whole point of forums like this is so you can learn from others mistakes and experience and not have to do everything the hard way like we did pre-internet

I was young too once and started a project way beyond my problem solving ability at the time. (But way less than you are planning.) That was 20 years ago and that car never ran again.

This isn't about ability to weld, it's not about "seeing something through" to prove something to yourself. The best thing you could learn from the project is to listen to experience and learn from others, and that sometimes you need to step back and look at the big picture. The worst thing you could learn is that you've cut up a nice car and have a pile of junk when 50 people told you that was what would happen.

If all you've learned from this thread is that you need bigger, heavier axles and a more powerful motor, you have completely missed the point. Would it be a better daily/mild trail car with a 650ci big block and rockwells? No. Bigger is not always better. Surely you don't need to make that mistake yourself to learn it when so many people are telling you that's where you're headed?
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those are simple bolt ins, can you weld?
have you ever fabricated parts? you are going to have to build mounts, a new tranny tunnel plus much more.
Have you done any wiring ?
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I'm done arguing. Your right I'm wrong. But a samurai no engine no trans no Tcase is 2000lbs guessing (let's say). I add Sbc 4spd and np205 that will be 900lbs roughly. So now before axles I have a 2900lbs rig. I don't care if you put d60s that's still lighter then half the full body v8 shit on the trail.

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If you say a 302 and a c4 in a yj is bolt in parts your funny. Abviusly not a 305 in a samurai, much of a difference. Nope I've never wired up any efi stuff any sort of technical wiring as far as fabrication I've got it.
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If you say a 302 and a c4 in a yj is bolt in parts your funny. Abviusly not a 305 in a samurai, much of a difference. Nope I've never wired up any efi stuff any sort of technical wiring as far as fabrication I've got it.
In comparison, a 302/c4 is a drop in opposed to a 305 in a Sami.
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Old 02-08-2017, 08:51 PM   #198 (permalink)
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your right i know nothing about wheeling or zuks .. i tried to help
dude your straight fucked ...
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super cool story bro ... any pics
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I'm done arguing. Your right I'm wrong. But a samurai no engine no trans no Tcase is 2000lbs guessing (let's say). I add Sbc 4spd and np205 that will be 900lbs roughly. So now before axles I have a 2900lbs rig. I don't care if you put d60s that's still lighter then half the full body v8 shit on the trail.
Yet ends up 1000lb heavier than a samurai with the G16b in it, is 5 times the work, four times the cost once complete and gets spanked on and off road. Being outside the box (for that read 15 years behind the times) has never been cooler.

Awesome project. Build it already.
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