This is on installing a Toyota carburetor of a Suzuki Samurai Jimny 1300 SJ413 JA51. The Toyota carb works much better than the stock Suzuki carb and can handle steep hills without flooding issues. The carburetor is for a Toyota Corolla 3K-C 1.2L available at:
78 Toyota Corolla, 4 Cyl. 1.2 Liter with a manual choke
This is part two of all the details needed to installed this carburetor. Besides better gas mileage, more lower end torque, and simplicity, the Toyota carb swap on the Suzuki Samurai allows you to use the stock air cleaner and the aftermarket snorkel kits for deep fording. Another advantage you can use the stock hot air duct-work from the exhaust manifold to assist warmup in cold weather and prevent carburetor icing in extreme cold weather. I go over the modification you need to do to the carburetor spacer and also what exact part you need to hook up the stock Suzuki fuel line to the Toyota Corolla carb. You need a 12 mm with super fine 1.0 threads fitting with brake line and then you can hook up the fuel line. Also I go over the exact stud size and spacer to mount the stock air cleaner and where to dimple the stock air cleaner so you can use it on the Toyota Carburetor.
The Toyota Corolla, 4 Cyl. 1.2 Liter with a manual choke is 28mm and 28 mm for both barrels on the carb. The stock Suzuki carb is 26mm and 30 mm. This is why you need to blend the spacer plat from 28mm to 26 mm so the fuel mixture flows smoothly from the carburetor to the intake.
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