I would like to know if it is possible to convert my 1300 motor to a 1600 by changing the crank and pistons,is the block the same?what would i need to change to convert it.The vitara g16b motor looks the same as the sj413 moter but is a 1600,is this g16b motor compatible with my 413's gearbox.....if i cant upgrade my motor then i would like to change it with the g16b!
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Re: upgrade 413 to 416
These Motors were Labeled "Throw Away" for a Reason. They cannot be Bored out or BluePrinted. The Only way to Accomplish this is a New G16B Block. Some of the External Components on the Old one will Interchange Though.
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You don't give make or model , so i am flying blind. If the cylinder head and engine oil pan can be removed, with the motor in place. there is no reason why the pistons can't be removed, if work has to be done on the crank shaft the motor has to be removed.
Assuming you could get the motor to unlock, it would require a complete overhaul in order to run properly again because either the crankshaft bearings or the camshaft bearings (or both) and possible the pistons themselves have welded themselves to the engine internals. Most likely a new crank, cam, pistons as well as having the block bored and resurfaced.....get the drift?
if auto , check the flex plate at the torque converter for cracks
check ring gear for burrs
possible big end bearing
possible piston or broken ring
test by removing a plug and cranking it replace the plug and go to the next plug
repeat the process until the knock stops with that plug removed
You have ignition cylinder misfires or a rich fuel condition, that most likely ruined the exhaust converter That is what you smell, a converter that should operate 900 to 1300 degrees Yours got to 1600 & melted down Now you need to solve ALL ENGINE ISSUES FIRST then replace the converter & oxygen sensors
motor and computer and o ya it beter be from a vechiale with the same options and then theres the re code by the dealer for the anti theft
what im getting at so suttly is take it to the local engine builder
explain what you want to get out of the car and how wild you want it to be
a good engine guy can tear down your block do a 5 angle valve job spin the cylinders 60 - 80 thousand over size the pistons turn the crank and set you up for a full allchol motor if you want
depending on what you want it can be cheeper to rebuild and upgrade then change the motor out
hell a top end will cots arround 800-1500 depending who assembles the motor when done
remember if it's a dodge it beter sound mean