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FEELER::Mikuni PHH 40mm 2-bbl x2 Carb Setup for Suzuki Samurai



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Old 12-14-2011, 08:01 PM   #1
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FEELER::Mikuni PHH 40mm 2-bbl x2 Carb Setup for Suzuki Samurai

Listed here is a Used RARE MIKUNI PHH 40mm 2-bbl x2 SIDEDRAFT CARBURETOR SETUP #240-660 for a SUZUKI SAMURAI SJ413 or SUZUKI SIDEKICK / GEO TRACKER fitted with either the 1.3L or the 1.6L 8-valve SOHC engines. This will not mount to the 1.6L SOHC 16-valve, or the 1.3L 16-valve DOHC ( Suzuki Swift ) engines. This was designed as a high performance upgrade for the Carbureted models, or as a conversion for the later Fuel-Injected models. Will also work on Samurai's with a 1.6L 8-valve engine swap.

In this kit:

A pair of MIKUNI PHH 40mm 2-bbl Carburetors
Mikuni intake manifold for mounting to either a Suzuki 1.3L or 1.6L 8-valve SOHC Engines
Manifold soft-mount gaskets
Fuel linkages (one tee and end elbow with a length of fuel line)
2 Mikuni PHH Square Air Filter Assemblies with chrome covers and Stainless Steel wing nuts
4 40mm Short length Velocity stacks/Air Rams (fitted inside of Air Filters or without Air Filters!)
Throttle linkage and cable trunnion (for fitment to factory accelerator cable) and also choke linkage
4 extra metering jets
A complete 10 page installation kit manual with diagrams, setup and tuning procedures and replacement part lists.
A Mikuni PHH Carburetor Service and Repair Manual (with tuning instructions)

This kit will bolt up to a stock engine with minimal modifications. THESE ARE PERFECT FOR OFF-ROAD or SHOW USE, also ON-ROAD (non-emission controlled vehicles) No longer neccesary are the stock intake manifold with EGR valve and all the other emissions devices such as the PCV and factory air filter/pre-heater assembly (therefore not for use on emission controlled vehicles). These will run off of the factory mechanical fuel pump or a replacement electric fuel pump fitted with a fuel pressure regulator. The Mikuni manifold uses the stock thermostat housing and temperature transmittor, but a revised upper rad hose is required (short length of cut hose replaces it). On the manifold, there are two vaccum fittings, the larger one for the brake booster vaccum take-off and the other smaller one for the distributor vaccum advance take-off. Many of the electrical plugs and connections that were used to control the factory Hitachi 2-bbl carburetor are simply unused (cleans-up and simplifies the engine bay). The included ball throttle trunnion fits to the factory accelerator cable, a universal choke cable (available anywhere) is required for choke operation, not included.

***THESE CARBS MUST BE TUNED FOR YOUR PARTICULAR APPLICATION FOR BEST PERFORMANCE!!! ***

-According to the 1995 CALMINI aftermarket catalog for the Samurai and Sidekick, THESE CARBS WERE SOLD AS THE FOLLOWING:

(STOCK SUZUKI SAMURAI 1.3L CARB APPLICATION) - "Acheive a 28%+ horsepower gain with a high level of torque. The Mikuni is the best performance carburetor available for your 1300cc engine."

(UPGRADED SAMURAI 1.3L w/Tri-Y HEADER, PERFORMANCE CAMSHAFT AND EXHAUST) - "A whopping 40%+ horsepower increase with a real 'Seat of the pants' feel of power. You get super quick throttle response with and off idle powerwith kit. Maximum horsepower without any major internal engine modifications."

(SIDEKICK 1.6L 8-valve FI to CARB CONVERSION) - "A whopping 25% horsepower increase with added torque."





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Old 12-14-2011, 10:44 PM   #2
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Are you looking for any trades?
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im open to anything...just trying to see if anyone would be interested in this..whatcha got
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What kind of value would you put on this setup? Looking to sell or just trade?
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Old 12-15-2011, 06:12 AM   #5
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I have a warn 8k winch and some other sammi parts?
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Im intersted in it for cash, what are you looking to get out of it?
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romans44- I have been told by MY from zuksoffroad that they have a value of up to $1500(im not trying to get that). They were a factory item that was a high performance upgrade and only made 660 of them. So its pretty rare since there were like 400,000 zuks in production. Id like to sell if the price is right but would consider trades if its comparable.

rabbitinthemoon- i have a winch but i appreciate the offer..what other parts do you have?

bbadws6- id like to see atleast $1000
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