Base versions of the G13 use a SOHC head and carburettor to produce around 50kW and there is a single-point EFI model that’s slightly better, but the tuned G13B version is in an entirely different league. The GTi’s G13B pumps out a fantastic 85hp at 6700 rpm. That equates to 56.9kW per litre naturally aspirated – amazing for a relatively cheap production engine from the mid ‘80s! This potent output comes from a DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder head, a 10:1 compression ratio and multi-point fuel injection. It’s an extremely reliable engine that has proven itself in Australian and overseas motorsport categories.
Although Suzuki is not a very big market in the US, there are still plenty of models running around from the ’80’s. With that in mind we have always put an emphasis on locating the best replacement Suzuki engines available for sale. When we receive our shipment of used engines, every one of them is put through a series of tests to insure you get an excellent running engine that will exceed your expectations.
Other than giving every engine a visual examination, we run every motor on an engine dynamometer to make sure it runs perfectly hot and cold. We also look for oil leaks and other potential problems or we reject that engine. We have always felt that the best money is spent on our products, not a bunch of advertising.
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