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Old 1st June 2006, 17:52   #1
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Please Tell Me If I Need To Change My Engine Of My Car Which Is A Maruti 1000 Cc Engine Which Engine Will Fit Into The Car Without Hampering The Car Details And Mileage And All That You Know What I Mean
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Old 1st June 2006, 18:08   #2
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Shoudn't the answer be an Esteem engine?
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Hi Guys
Please Tell Me If I Need To Change My Engine Of My Car Which Is A Maruti 1000 Cc Engine Which Engine Will Fit Into The Car Without Hampering The Car Details And Mileage And All That You Know What I Mean
Thanx
Axcman

Hi,

Amongst the local engines the Esteem engine would be the best bet. You can also go in for the baleno engine or the imported Suzuki twin cam 1.3l or 1.6l engines.

Cannot comment on the mileage factor as it depends on how you drive. All of the above engines are direct fits.

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Shoudn't the answer be an Esteem engine?
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Sorry if this sounds stupid but i got a thought in my head.Can we fix a zen mpfi engine in an esteem bay?if we want good mileage as well as decent power(the esteem used to come with a 64 bhp engine in the carbureted form)and the zens engine is a 60 bhp one so maybe little power loss than the carbureted one but decent mileage and fair enough overall.Forgive me if this question is stupid
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Well humyum... you mustav heard of e-zens right?... So if the esteem engine is a direct fit into the zen engine bay, won't the opposite be possible also?! But remember, a lot of other things have to be done incase you fit an mpfi into a carb car. Better leave that to the experts!

The zen mpfi is 63 or 64 bhp.
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Old 3rd June 2006, 20:37   #7
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where can i buy a good second hand esteem engine

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Hmmmm the only thing i can think of while transfering the mpfi zen engine to the esteem bay is the gearbox from maybe the esteem can be used or the zen gearbox.
By the way the mpfi zen is 60 bhp and not 63 or 64 bhp as u mentioned.1.1 liter wagon r is 64 bhp

hey axcman u can get a 2nd hand esteem engine at cst road kurla or maybe chor bazar.Take your trusted mechanic along and check the engine throughly to avoid getting ripped.Try and get an mpfi esteem engine if possible.It will cost u a lot more than the carbureted esteem engine but its worth the buy

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which is better esteem or baleno for my 1000 maruti car as in weight also
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Hey .............. y dont u go Isuzu 1.8 Diesel Mill.
It Fits Perfect in an esteem.
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what is isuzu diesel mill which car and where to get how much is it and why what are its good qualities
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Jeez! An Isuzu diesel being a perfect fit! Now that is the first that I'm hearing of something like that. As Viper said, the Esteem engine would probably be the best and easiest fit. If its diesel you want then I would suggest the Toyota 1N or the Toyota 1N Turbo. Both are engines that are extremely popular in Chennai and there are plenty of mechanics who have done quite a few conversions!
Isuzu!!!!! Don't even think about it!!!! Not on an Esteem at least. Don't get me wrong. I am a big Isuzu diesel fan, but only on the right car.
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Hi all,
I would like to know th averaage life of M800 engine. Is it possible to change to a new alto or M800 5speed engine,esteem etc.
also i would like to know what precautions to be taken. i have M800 1999 carbeurator version, mileage 40000KM done.
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Hi all,
I would like to know th averaage life of M800 engine. Is it possible to change to a new alto or M800 5speed engine,esteem etc.
also i would like to know what precautions to be taken. i have M800 1999 carbeurator version, mileage 40000KM done.
Tommy...

I have a 1995 M800... done 1.35Lac kms and still going strong... (16kmpl in city and 20 on highway)... Compression is tops... even got a aftermarket a/c put on which hte engine has handled well for over 30k kms.. Why are you planning a heart transplant @ 40k??...what specific advantages are you seeking??
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If its diesel you want then I would suggest the Toyota 1N or the Toyota 1N Turbo. Both are engines that are extremely popular in Chennai and there are plenty of mechanics who have done quite a few conversions!
But can you get an RTO approval for this conversion nowdays? I have seen a few Toyota 1.4 mill being planted in Cielos, Esteems and 1000's as well... Most of the engines are run almost a lak km's or more & den transplanted... p.s: dey puke dark black smoke....

My uncle had a Toyota 1.4 in his Maruthi 1000. Where it used to urinate every day... he said he had to up 1ltr of oil every 2000 kms...

Jai

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