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post #31 of 37 Old 09-01-2017, 12:45 PM
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May have found my "Cam Gear"!!!! it is off of a 1.3L/1.6L Suzuki Samurai/Geo Tracker, it is 40 tooth, same as the 2.2 Cam gear but with the same mounting type of the Neon SOHC cam gear,to match the 20 tooth "2.2" Crankshaft gear so the next is the timing belt length........does anybody know if the length of the timing belt affect the timing in general?
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Ok, I got everything out so I could get some pictures, don't mind some of the strange looking background, I had the head on the truck tailgate and didn't want to slide it around on the tailgate. The intake I was told is from a Stratus 2.4L, the throttle body I set on it is the one from the 2.5L turbo, I since rotated the TPS 180į so it has room for the plugs. The head and turbo are supposed to be from an SRT-4 and the guy I bought it from tried to use it on a 2.2L block, even tried 2 head gaskets! If anyone is conversant with the cam ID numbers let me know if they look right. Thanks!
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85LeBaront2 I would like to know more about the head, what is the big elbow fitting on one side above the freeze plug? and where is the oil drain for the head back to the block? just wondering for my conversion. I think i found my Cam gear its from the 8 Valve 1.3/1.6 Suzuki Sidekick/Geo Tracker/Suzuki Samurai....It is 40 tooth cam gear and has the same tooth design as the 2.0/2.4L and 2.2/2.5, Next is for the timing belt Length......
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85LeBaront2 I would like to know more about the head, what is the big elbow fitting on one side above the freeze plug? and where is the oil drain for the head back to the block? just wondering for my conversion. I think i found my Cam gear its from the 8 Valve 1.3/1.6 Suzuki Sidekick/Geo Tracker/Suzuki Samurai....It is 40 tooth cam gear and has the same tooth design as the 2.0/2.4L and 2.2/2.5, Next is for the timing belt Length......
I haven't actually put it together, I think big elbow is for oil drain back, he had two, one on the back near the belt, the other in the end of the head. I already have the crank sprocket, it is the one for the common block, the belt, I can look tomorrow and see if it has a PN on it.
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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

85LeBaront2 Do you happen to know where he got the cam gears?
those appear to be 40 tooth also those might be exactly what Im looking for I just need one though for SOHC..
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85LeBaront2 Do you happen to know where he got the cam gears?
those appear to be 40 tooth also those might be exactly what Im looking for I just need one though for SOHC..
I suspect he got them from FWD performance in Spring Texas. If they are the same as stock, any 89-94 2.2/2.5L should have them and the intermediate shaft and cam are interchangeable, just turned over.
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yeah I went to FWD performance website they dont seem to list them anymore.
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