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PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:00 pm 
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i have cultus solid crank if you willing to pay the shipping cost :wink:


:roll: gti cultus crank is exactly the same as a normal g13b crank


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:08 pm 
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Dattman wrote:
strider wrote:
i have cultus solid crank if you willing to pay the shipping cost :wink:


:roll: gti cultus crank is exactly the same as a normal g13b crank


i know.. just to be honest where the part taken from :huh:

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:40 am 
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Sorry but you drop the 'Cultus' line in anywhere hoping to suck some uneducated person in, why can't you just say it's a standard G13b crank ?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 5:57 am 
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strider wrote:
i have cultus solid crank if you willing to pay the shipping cost :wink:


Happy to pay the freight :-)
What do you want for the crank?
Shipping is to 6107 In Western Australia.
Are you setup for Paypal?

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 6:00 am 
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Sorry but you drop the 'Cultus' line in anywhere hoping to suck some uneducated person in, why can't you just say it's a standard G13b crank ?


A "standard" G13B crank is hollow though?

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 7:35 am 
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Standard G13B (Gti dohc) is a forged solid crank.


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Standard G13B (Gti dohc) is a forged solid crank.


Yes, a GTi crank is solid but the Gti is not a "standard" G13B engine is it?

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ausgixxerpilot wrote:
strider wrote:
i have cultus solid crank if you willing to pay the shipping cost :wink:


Happy to pay the freight :-)
What do you want for the crank?
Shipping is to 6107 In Western Australia.
Are you setup for Paypal?


PM sent !

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 3:55 am 
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you need to do a quick search on engine names and types mate :)
But for quick clarification, G13B is the twincam (forged crank) found in the GTi
G13Ba is th sohc you find in barinas and such things, it has a hollow cast crank, the crank you have is from an old SA413 barina engine, it was a 1340cc and years ago, people used to get those cranks offset ground to make 1.5 strokers, they werent as strong at revs as a Gti.


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bewitched gti wrote:
you need to do a quick search on engine names and types mate :)
But for quick clarification, G13B is the twincam (forged crank) found in the GTi
G13Ba is th sohc you find in barinas and such things, it has a hollow cast crank, the crank you have is from an old SA413 barina engine, it was a 1340cc and years ago, people used to get those cranks offset ground to make 1.5 strokers, they werent as strong at revs as a Gti.


I have a 1324cc G13A with 77mm hollow crank and a G13B 1298cc with hollow 75.5mm crank but it's stated as G13BA on the VIN tag.
Are you saying that all the DOHC G13B's have the solid crank?

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ausgixxerpilot wrote:
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you need to do a quick search on engine names and types mate :)
But for quick clarification, G13B is the twincam (forged crank) found in the GTi
G13Ba is th sohc you find in barinas and such things, it has a hollow cast crank, the crank you have is from an old SA413 barina engine, it was a 1340cc and years ago, people used to get those cranks offset ground to make 1.5 strokers, they werent as strong at revs as a Gti.


I have a 1324cc G13A with 77mm hollow crank and a G13B 1298cc with hollow 75.5mm crank but it's stated as G13BA on the VIN tag.
Are you saying that all the DOHC G13B's have the solid crank?


YES... While G13B refers only to the block some markets have an extra letter to denote variations, the aussie market 1298 Sohc is G13BA, Jimny has a G13BB, in this context we were only talking about 'Standard' twincam G13B's.

The only engine differences between a standard gti engine and a Cultus gti engine are the pistons, injectors (same flow rate, diff pattern), knock sensor, inlet manifold and cams, 2wd models had a steel tube exhaust manifold whereas the 4wd models had a cast exhaust manifold.


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Dattman wrote:
ausgixxerpilot wrote:
bewitched gti wrote:
you need to do a quick search on engine names and types mate :)
But for quick clarification, G13B is the twincam (forged crank) found in the GTi
G13Ba is th sohc you find in barinas and such things, it has a hollow cast crank, the crank you have is from an old SA413 barina engine, it was a 1340cc and years ago, people used to get those cranks offset ground to make 1.5 strokers, they werent as strong at revs as a Gti.


I have a 1324cc G13A with 77mm hollow crank and a G13B 1298cc with hollow 75.5mm crank but it's stated as G13BA on the VIN tag.
Are you saying that all the DOHC G13B's have the solid crank?


YES... While G13B refers only to the block some markets have an extra letter to denote variations, the aussie market 1298 Sohc is G13BA, Jimny has a G13BB, in this context we were only talking about 'Standard' twincam G13B's.

The only engine differences between a standard gti engine and a Cultus gti engine are the pistons, injectors (same flow rate, diff pattern), knock sensor, inlet manifold and cams, 2wd models had a steel tube exhaust manifold whereas the 4wd models had a cast exhaust manifold.


standard gti have power steering or not?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 3:16 am 
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I was talking about engine differences, air con and power steering are market specific, air con standard on Gti's in hot places, optional in others, getting quite off topic here...

Yep 77mm max!


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My G13B 1298cc is bored up to about 1450cc.I am at 78.5mm.But I had to order customs sleeves.They were made by L.A. sleeve.With custom forged pistons made by Venolia.


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My G13B 1298cc is bored up to about 1450cc.I am at 78.5mm.But I had to order customs sleeves.They were made by L.A. sleeve.With custom forged pistons made by Venolia.


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Good information.
I want to avoid sleeving though.

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You can't bore as much as you would think by looking at the top of the block. Liners are cast in place and anything over a 75.5mm will most likely cut thru the stock liner.
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Murr wrote:
You can't bore as much as you would think by looking at the top of the block. Liners are cast in place and anything over a 75.5mm will most likely cut thru the stock liner.
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That is an awesome photo!
Did you cut it yourself?
I was assuming the liner is tapered or stepped but being straight-walled instead is a big help. It's also good to see how well supported the liner is. Can you tell me the thickness of the liner?
These have been bored to 77mm enough times to know it works and I've read of a 78mm but I don't know how long that one lasted.
If the "3.05" is a bore measurement in inches, that one is already 77.5mm?

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I cut it and milled it myself. There is no way to go 77mm on a stock north american mk2 liner. There just isn't room to do it safely. The measurement was for the rough bore size of my new pistons.

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Murr wrote:
I cut it and milled it myself. There is no way to go 77mm on a stock north american mk2 liner. There just isn't room to do it safely. The measurement was for the rough bore size of my new pistons.


So you are running 77.5mm pistons in stock liners?

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No at 76mm the boring bar cut thru the liner to the aluminum block. With a north american block it is impossiable to bore anymore then 75.5 safely and have your engine last. My engine has 78mm pistons and custom sleaves.

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Murr wrote:
No at 76mm the boring bar cut thru the liner to the aluminum block. With a north american block it is impossible to bore anymore then 75.5 safely and have your engine last. My engine has 78mm pistons and custom sleeves.


Are the North American blocks known to have thinner liners than the one you cut up?
Was the boring head perfectly centred and square to the bore or did it just go through one side?
There is clearly a lot more than 1mm in the liner before you hit aluminium, provided the boring head is correctly set up.
What is the OD of the liner between the ribs?

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I have 79mm forged pistons and custom sleaves too


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Might be a bit off topic but what about the G16 motors?

Can I bored one 3mm over?

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