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PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2005 2:39 pm 
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Hi ppl,

There is one weber type inlet manifold for G13b in Yahoo Japan auction.
If you are interesteted, you must get in touch with my friend Jun.
junszk@nifty.com
http://homepage3.nifty.com/japanese_goods/

At the moment it is $80 plus delivery and consultanat cost.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2005 6:09 am 
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whats the price now

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still same price at $80 or £50 plus £2.5 and delivery charge.

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That looks like a really good deal, if the bike carbs didn't work so well I would be very interested. :D


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:cry:
i wish i could read japanese, there are a lot of suzukisport adjustable shock/strut sets complete with adjustable upper mounts that look like a perfect fit for my mk1, even though they look like they're for those wagon-R's and kei cars ..
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good thing i probably can't afford anything like that right now or i'd be really upset.

btw, thanks for keeping your eyes open mate :)

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Hi N1tro,

No you are not missing much.
All of the things you see are for Wagon R and that sort.
I have tried to see for AA33S(mk1) and AA34S(mk2).
It only has parts catalogue for mk1 and few bits for mk2.
I'm still keeping eye for ppl who wants LSD for their cars.

Have you made any progress on your mini, too?
I have now fitted LSD and lightened flywheel.
So I can start with my subframe again once I fit all of them together.

Keep me informed
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 2:41 am 
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for the cost of an lsd, i can probably get a decent mgb gt in need of an engine/tranny swap ;)
a lot of the suzuki parts are fairly swappable, so i really suspect those wagon-r shocks/strutmounts would work, but it's one of those issues probably requiring the object in hand and a tape measure to verify :P
or some calipers in the case of the lsds ...

if i don't find a good mini shell, i may bolt the turbo3 motor up to a samurai transmission and put it in something old, small, and lightweight with rwd, just for a change, but i have lots to do on this car before i get bored of it yet ;)

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 6:12 pm 
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Might I suggest an MG Midget.......

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Yeah,

I have seen MG Miget with Yamaha R1 engine with 6 speed gearbox...
Revs to 14k RPM.

I think cost the guy £10k to build, a lot of money.
May be Toyota Starlet RWD ones? I see some Irish ppl do this with Swift engines.

A lot of choice but fund will be the restriction I think.

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hey Atchi if u see a suzukisport ecu come up then please don't spread the word i'm hunting for one but it seems forever to come up and i don't wanna bid against other teamswift fanatics :twisted:

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:04 am 
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Atchi,

You need to spend less time on here, mate, and go get the Mini sorted. Sheesh!

Regards,
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p.s. your wife asked me to pass this guidance on...as she misses you too, sometimes.

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Hi Lee,

Yes may be you are right but.....
I'm on when I'm at work and doing some calculation.
When I'm at home...busy looking after kids.

I should go into garage and work on my car...lol


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i have to find something with a hardtop for wifey approval ;) otherwise a midget would be my first choice .... maybe i'll find one with a removeable hardtop ;)

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Have Liam knock you up a full-on cage for wifey! Don't forget provision for the future baby seat mounting points...

And Atchi...all I hear is excuses, excuses, excuses mate....pull your finger out and finish it...hehehe It's been in so long we will here the "pop" from here!!!

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n1tr0 wrote:
for the cost of an lsd, i can probably get a decent mgb gt in need of an engine/tranny swap ;)
a lot of the suzuki parts are fairly swappable, so i really suspect those wagon-r shocks/strutmounts would work, but it's one of those issues probably requiring the object in hand and a tape measure to verify :P
or some calipers in the case of the lsds ...

if i don't find a good mini shell, i may bolt the turbo3 motor up to a samurai transmission and put it in something old, small, and lightweight with rwd, just for a change, but i have lots to do on this car before i get bored of it yet ;)


That's sort of what I'm planning (dreaming) of doing. I've got a t3 engine and a sammy tranny and a Lotus 11 (replica) rolling chasis. Someday, if I ever finish all my other projects.

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