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Old 04-13-2011, 11:46 AM   #1
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1.6 8v vs. 1.6 16v questions.

Lately I've been considering building and swapping to a 1.6 to give the sami a little more oomph. My plan is to stick with the my-side2 setup since I'm comfortable working on it, not so much with FI. This should cut down on cost too since I only need to find a good block and head. I was under the impression that this work fine using an 8 valve, but the 16 valve would not work with the my-side2 intake. Yesterday though I was talking to someone here local who does a lot with Suzuki's, and he said the intake should work fine on the 16 valve. as well as my current exhaust manifold (off a 1.6 8 valve). I'm skeptical, so thought I'd ask here. Can you use the my-side2 intake on a 16 valve 1.6?

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Old 04-13-2011, 11:58 AM   #2
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If you build your own intake manifold it will.
And the exhaust manifold pattern is diffrent from the 8v to the 16v.
But IF you have money anything could be done.
But then again I'd swap a v12 and 1tons if I had money... :-)
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I don't believe anyone has found a way to use the 16v distributor with a carbureted setup though.
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I forget his name right now, but he's a member here. He lives in Denmark, I think. He has a Black SJ 413 that is YJ SPUA, all custom, with 33's...Sick truck.

He has a 16v with Gsxr carbs (4 carbs)....Again, I think.
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Shuduck?
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Yeah, I wasn't really looking to build my own intake, rather just use the my-side2 intake I already have. That pretty much answers my question though, I'll stick to looking for an 8 valve.
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Shuduck?
That would be him. I would do a search on Shuduck, and see what all he has into his motor. May not be what I thought, might be easier...
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He used a distributor adapter and used the 1.3 distributor with gixxer carbs, it supposed runs like a scalded dog.
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