Suzuki Swift Repository
Forum for Suzuki Swift Enthusiasts to discuss and share information.
Very cool! I was having a hard time finding some for my factory turbo...I think I sourced one, but the business was iffy and the price was steep. Mine were decent so I sprayed a few coats of permatex copper gasket spray and hope it seals. The more I dig, the more problems I find! What do you cut the...
The AC idle up has the vacuum solenoid separate from the adjustment portion. In the last pic you can see the solenoid on the left and where the AC valve would mount. The electrical idle up is next to it and has the solenoid on it. Next pic shows where the AC valve mounts. I do have a spare valve. I ...
Well, I’m in Washington, up near Tacoma. I know that’s not super close…I believe there may be a few people there from a group on Facebook called NW Odd 1s out. There is also a guy in Vancouver, WA with a turbo sprint. He is on another Facebook grout for geo metro/sprint enthusiasts.
Hi, the PO removes the AC, but I think this is the last piece I need. Somebody has to have one hanging on their firewall of a parts car. See the pics! Also interested in any associated hardware and tees. Thanks.
Thanks, I’ll take a look at the thread. Currently, the turbo is doing ok besides leaking oil through the seals. I don’t want to potentially mess it up without a backup plan.
No, I have that one. Looking for one for the actual turbo. I heard from a few others that when you rebuild them, they don’t last long. Not sure how true that is.
Hell yeah, thanks! That’s a lot of good info. I want it to be safe and reliable, but it sure was a bit more fun with a stuck wastegate! Like I said, I need to square it away with a few other things first, but now I have the info when the time comes. Thanks again!
I got my shirts while I was away. They look great,[…]
I'm finally back home. I have barely been here sin[…]
Nachi and Koyo are both great bearings. Made in Ja[…]
Good luck in the lock down :-/