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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 2:10 am 
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Bwitched is teasing us, Im sure he knows more about them than google can reveal

Teasing? You mean my facebook of getting a K10 running on a test bench then weeding the loom to basics for a customer
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:P Yet in your other thread you paid homage to DMW in the hope he may solve your puzzle..
We've K14 and K10 engines and boxes at work, I'll endeavour to trial them on your behalf but it's a matter of when we get time to take two pallets off top rack of storage to access said parts
8-[ off duty research times are limited these days but I'll get there eventually


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:21 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:29 am 
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DMW dave for the M series into the swifts,
nothing to do with the K series
Special K all the way :lol:

Im still searching for an AWD model and was just
really close to buying an auto but light met blue
but will wait for a white or light pastel colour w/ white roof

If spool made a 90mm stroke billet crank, rods
2mm overbore (maybe using G16b sleeves & slugs)
would be a nice 1590cc twin cam in small package.
Just need those K14b internal specs!


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Thu Aug 27, 2015 11:15 am 
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d wrote:
Special K all the way



I had forgotten that Honda fans already have stickers made up based on the cereal. But, Suzuki guys could adopt it too....

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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 10:27 am 
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For sure a revised version of the K14b as its the
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'Booster Jet' turbo technology that was first revealed at this year’s Shanghai show. Further boosted by a hybrid unit featuring the company’s ‘S-Energy’ system, which employs large-capacity lithium-ion batteries to boost power and allow for zero-emissions electric-only cruising. The Swift concept will also get a revised version of the Twin Clutch System (TCS) currently seen in the UK-spec SX-4 S-Cross 4WD.

Japan’s biggest mini-car maker calls its AWD system 'All Grip' and we are told it will be improved via a special ‘sports mode’ setting which activates 4WD in a straight line then reverts to front-drive when entering a turn, before switching back to 4WD as you get back on the gas.

While the all-new Swift is expected to debut at the Geneva show next March, this sports concept will preview it as the highlight of Suzuki’s stand in Tokyo this year.


but with this awd tech i doubt many hoons will crash it compared to stock Fwd.


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 9:22 pm 
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Bewitched Gti wrote:
d wrote:
Bwitched is teasing us, Im sure he knows more about them than google can reveal

Teasing? You mean my facebook of getting a K10 running on a test bench then weeding the loom to basics for a customer
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:P Yet in your other thread you paid homage to DMW in the hope he may solve your puzzle..
We've K14 and K10 engines and boxes at work, I'll endeavour to trial them on your behalf but it's a matter of when we get time to take two pallets off top rack of storage to access said parts
8-[ off duty research times are limited these days but I'll get there eventually


Gday Bewitched. If you're still out there...(new to site) would like to know if you still can do a pruned loom for a K10B? Inerested in multiple units.


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:38 pm 
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Yes, we can at work, but it depends on our wrecking stock as to how many we could provide
Email my boss brian@suzistore.com to discuss


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2015 1:06 pm 
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Azh414 (current EZ swift) gearbox fitted to Amf310 Alto engine.
Yes 4 cyl fwd boxes are interchangeable between engines.
As for rwd boxes or Wagon R applications we can only speculate as I don't have samples.
But the late model stuff is swappable.
Hope this helps
B 8)


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2015 1:52 pm 
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Holy smoke, the gearbox is as big as that engine! clarifying thats a k14 swift gearbox bolted to a K10b engine?


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
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Dattman wrote:
Holy smoke, the gearbox is as big as that engine! clarifying thats a k14 swift gearbox bolted to a K10b engine?


THAT is a FWD gearbox?!?!?!?!? Looks like something you'd see come out of a Jimny or other RWD car.


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:33 pm 
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Yes, that's a k14b gearbox
Casing is as bug as a swift sedan, internals are much smaller though


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2015 4:16 pm 
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Bewitched Gti wrote:
Yes, we can at work, but it depends on our wrecking stock as to how many we could provide
Email my boss brian@suzistore.com to discuss

Thanks Bewirched!
Shooting off an email as we speak!


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 Post subject: Re: replacing K6 3 cyl for K10B 3 cyl or K14B 4 cyl gbox pattern
PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 1:11 am 
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Bewitched Gti wrote:
Azh414 (current EZ swift) gearbox fitted to Amf310 Alto engine.
Yes 4 cyl fwd boxes are interchangeable between engines.
As for rwd boxes or Wagon R applications we can only speculate as I don't have samples.
But the late model stuff is swappable.
Hope this helps
B 8)



good stuff! just wondering if the swift g16b awd box can be used with a bell swap for the K14B?
or is that pushing it too much :)

I don know in China there is a G12bb used on RWD chang star vans and dont know why 1.2 instead
of 1.3 g13bb but its a weird world out there.


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