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    Default Cultus Engine Swap , Please Help

    AoA,
    A good friend of mine wants to swap his cultus's engine,
    main reason being that he has a 2005 cultus with its genuine carby engine,
    It reduces oil, is very uneconomical(6kmpl) and extremely under powered.
    We've got it repaired.
    does not make much of a difference.

    I advice him to get it swapped
    now could someone please help us decide which engine to get and from where
    i've opted for G15 or a G10b that comes with efi cultus.
    1.Where can we find these engines and for how much?
    2.are they totally bolt on?
    3.will the old engine sell?
    4.how much time will it take?
    5.What should be the check list if we go for the swap?
    6.What jugars should we avoid?

    BTW we're based in RWP

    Thanks in Advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo_bhae View Post
    AoA,
    A good friend of mine wants to swap his cultus's engine,
    main reason being that he has a 2005 cultus with its genuine carby engine,
    It reduces oil, is very uneconomical(6kmpl) and extremely under powered.
    We've got it repaired.
    does not make much of a difference.

    I advice him to get it swapped
    now could someone please help us decide which engine to get and from where
    i've opted for G15 or a G10b that comes with efi cultus.
    1.Where can we find these engines and for how much?
    2.are they totally bolt on?
    3.will the old engine sell?
    4.how much time will it take?
    5.What should be the check list if we go for the swap?
    6.What jugars should we avoid?

    BTW we're based in RWP

    Thanks in Advance
    G15 is better option compared to g10b g16b is better than both
    1)sultan ka khoo
    2)yes they are
    3)yes scrapie usually offer 10k for g10a
    4)1-2days depend upon your mechanic skilss
    5)complete wiring should be checked
    6) avoid wiring jugaar

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo_bhae View Post
    AoA,
    A good friend of mine wants to swap his cultus's engine,
    main reason being that he has a 2005 cultus with its genuine carby engine,
    It reduces oil, is very uneconomical(6kmpl) and extremely under powered.
    We've got it repaired.
    does not make much of a difference.

    I advice him to get it swapped
    now could someone please help us decide which engine to get and from where
    i've opted for G15 or a G10b that comes with efi cultus.
    1.Where can we find these engines and for how much?
    2.are they totally bolt on?
    3.will the old engine sell?
    4.how much time will it take?
    5.What should be the check list if we go for the swap?
    6.What jugars should we avoid?

    BTW we're based in RWP

    Thanks in Advance
    Get 3 cylinder carby engine from junkyard and get rid of all this swap hassle. Bad swap will become a headache. Placing ECU will be another mess. Besides complete swap will be expensive. That will include complete assembly, throttle, injectors, gearbox, clutch plates, fly wheel, wiring, ECU, hoses, all sensors, fuse box upgrade, and so on. No ordinary "my mechanic" type mechanics can do all this. But those junkyard people do know workshops where successful swap of such level can be done. But consider first option and avoid this swap or may be sell the car.

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