Suzuki G engines G10,13b,13bb,16b modification.

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    001.jpg 002.jpg =50kg engine weight... 583.JPG 584.jpg 581.jpg =and for "flying scooter"...
     
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    Hi I am running 1995 1.3 l geo metro in my BD-5 stock 72 HP sent it out to a guy who rebuilds them and pushed HP to 95-100 for 2000.00 I added fuel injection and a SDS Simple digital system which is made for aircraft ( reno races ) and race cars just something to check out Rich email at amnpilot@yahoo.com if you want any more info or pictures
     
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    1.3 Dohc was released only in Europe. G13B not T or H, same block as I had, but my head was 2valve. Not all the g13b's were turbo. It's actually a great engine, the 2 valve was good also. Confusing numerology, people even buy or sell an engine that isn't what was advertised by accident. Takes knowledge and searching to get what you need, unless you are somewhere in Europe. LuPi 1.6 version has weak crank, and 2 versions of it which can be installed and then break!
     
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    What is the flying weight of that engine and cooling system?
     
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    None were. There never was a G13 turbo model, period.

    There is a lightweight hollow crank comes in some 8 valve G13A and G13BA and not recommended for high performance applications.

    Very simple, stick to the 16 valve models, either SOHC or DOHC, and you won't get a hollow crank.
     
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    But there might have been 1,3 litre four valve turbo "Suzuki" motors as well as 1 litre four cylinder four valve engines. I think DangerZone point at where to search. In European or South American built cars the engine may have had a "Suzuki" badge, and that was everything Suzuki about them.
     
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    Plenty of people turbo G13s, so many that you can buy off the shelf turbo kits for them.

    People have put G13 4 valve heads onto G10B for racing classes where 1000cc is the limit.

    By the way, pancake sumps are available in China to lay the engine over some 70 degrees for the G13B as they come in a micro van here, with a turbo kit sounds like an ideal setup for some planes ..
     

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