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Old 07-18-2019, 11:37 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I have decided to list this for sale right now to see if anyone wants it on the west before I bring it to the east.

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Old 08-22-2019, 06:03 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Nice engine build... I did something very similar on a previous build with main differences being I used the 1.6L block instead and toyota coil on plugs and the OEM suzuki 36-2-2-2 crank sprocket with built on trigger wheel which the microsquirt can read.

Whats your final power goal once dialed in'?

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Old 08-26-2019, 05:05 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Nice engine build... I did something very similar on a previous build with main differences being I used the 1.6L block instead and toyota coil on plugs and the OEM suzuki 36-2-2-2 crank sprocket with built on trigger wheel which the microsquirt can read.

Whats your final power goal once dialed in'?
I did not want to use a Suzuki 1.6 crank sprocket because that usually requires the oil pump to be changed out as well. The G13B oil pump has a higher output due to the higher revs so I felt it best to use the special oil pump.

For the coil I considered using COPs but I want this to be reliable and as easy to get parts for as possible. If the coil fails, just about every junkyard has 90's Fords with this coil. Same can be said ford the LS coils but they tend to be more desirable and the junkyards are catching on.

Being generous I would say 250hp. There is a build I modeled pretty closely that was dynoing pretty close to that in a Swift. I have a bigger turbo and higher compression pistons than him so it should be possible. However, I think I can conservatively say 215hp
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