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PostPosted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 10:59 pm 
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I have been looking at the many pages for the Suzuki Swift Engine, and I can read that the M13a and M16a engines use the same block.

The engine details are:

M13A
Power 62.5kW
Torque 110Nm
Bore/Stoke 78.0mm/69.5mm
Compression 9.5:1

M16A
Power 76.0kW
Torque 165Nm
Bore/Stoke 78.0mm/83.0mm
Compression 11.1:1

Valve Clearance Same
All the engines have dual overhead cams, 16 valves and are MPFI.

So all i want to know if by changing the crankshaft and the con-rods on my M13a does i get the M16a power ? Do i really need to change my ECU and injectors ?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 1:44 am 
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Joined: Fri Apr 02, 2004 5:56 am
Posts: 2328
Location: Christchurch NZ, quake capital
These engines are not sold in North America where the majority of forum members reside, the m16 is a taller block, best thing you can do is sell the m13 swift and buy a m15 or a 1.6 sport, I have owned an m13 powered swift and it was painfully slow...save your money and change cars not engines.


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