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Re: mk2 t3 engine build

 by suzukitom ¦  Wed Aug 05, 2020 12:52 am ¦  Forum: General ¦  Topic: mk2 t3 engine build ¦  Replies: 18 ¦  Views: 777

top down @-40... you have PM! I verified the few pieces I am missing and need.. ECU, Igniter, and the harness connectors to these. and after inspecting the turbo I am going to send it to Jess to look at it more closely.. the compressor wheel has light dusting... I think it had been driven without th...

Suzuki vs. Seattle Kraken

 by suzukitom ¦  Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:31 pm ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: Suzuki vs. Seattle Kraken ¦  Replies: 2 ¦  Views: 196

Seattle’s new Hockey team seems to be inspired by Suzuki.



Re: new job

 by suzukitom ¦  Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:59 pm ¦  Forum: Off Topic ¦  Topic: new job ¦  Replies: 14 ¦  Views: 876

That's really nuts how some people abuse products and think the warranty covers it. I guess this is balanced by genuine defects that can occur and difficulty attempting to return, fix, or replace the product. Also, I remember having to return a repackaged and obviously broken tool to the store, 5 mi...

Re: 92 Black GT

 by suzukitom ¦  Mon Jul 20, 2020 5:43 pm ¦  Forum: Car Builds & Projects ¦  Topic: 92 Black GT ¦  Replies: 244 ¦  Views: 184120

you might want to monitor excess crankcase pressure . I have seen this done with a pressure gauge line plumbed through a fitting threaded through the oil filler cap.

Re: What did you do to your Swift today

 by suzukitom ¦  Mon Jul 20, 2020 1:26 pm ¦  Forum: General Swift Chatter ¦  Topic: What did you do to your Swift today ¦  Replies: 178 ¦  Views: 164979

oldest son was being an asshat towards his mother, she gave him 2 options, he chose option a, so she repo'd his (my ) car and his (her) cell phone and we moved him out to a friends place. he was being defiant about helping around the house, and getting a job. so he got some money that was saved for...

Re: Hi all! Here’s my 91 Turbo

 by suzukitom ¦  Sat Jul 18, 2020 10:05 pm ¦  Forum: Photos ¦  Topic: Hi all! Here’s my 91 Turbo ¦  Replies: 8 ¦  Views: 496

I have the same car. thankfully this variant has an actual idle speed adjustment screw.

Re: mk2 t3 engine build

 by suzukitom ¦  Fri Jul 10, 2020 12:37 pm ¦  Forum: General ¦  Topic: mk2 t3 engine build ¦  Replies: 18 ¦  Views: 777

During the rainy season, I am a Vancouverite.

Re: mk2 t3 engine build

 by suzukitom ¦  Fri Jul 10, 2020 1:17 am ¦  Forum: General ¦  Topic: mk2 t3 engine build ¦  Replies: 18 ¦  Views: 777

Its amazing how grimy an engine can get when a CV boot splits and coats (everything). To make it easier to inspect, I separated the transmission from the engine. The film of CV grease did make this task a lot easier. There is a thick build up of dried black grease on the inside of the transmission c...

Re: mk2 t3 engine build

 by suzukitom ¦  Fri Jul 10, 2020 1:02 am ¦  Forum: General ¦  Topic: mk2 t3 engine build ¦  Replies: 18 ¦  Views: 777

blueturbofly wrote: Thu Jul 09, 2020 8:18 pm

tom has never seen a block heater down in vancouver :P
i have a few block heaters/ intake warmers as well.

I must admit I have never seen a block heater that isnt poked into a frost plug/water jacket. ;-)

Re: mk2 t3 engine build

 by suzukitom ¦  Fri Jul 10, 2020 1:00 am ¦  Forum: General ¦  Topic: mk2 t3 engine build ¦  Replies: 18 ¦  Views: 777

I think this is an external Suzuki block heater element connector, on the firewall side of the engine block. anyone recognize this? there is a loop of tubing running from this connector, bolted to the outside of the engine block. center of photo-rectangular plug. Thi...

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