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Suzuki FB series engine

FB [ edit ]

The engine was first in air-cooled form, equipped a single carburettor, in the 1961 Carry FB. This engine has an block and alloy head, Suzuki’s roots as a motorcycle It also received three bearings.

Displacement is 359cc from a bore and … of and 61.5mm. [ 1 ] It originally developed (15kW) for this little vehicle. In June 1965, with a modernized Carry, the engine received Suzuki’s new CCI system ( C ylinder C rank I For the cabover L30 Carry of 1966, a mounted version of the engine was

For this the starter and generator are mounted directly on the front of the

In 1969 a reed valve version with increased was presented, first seen in the L40 Power increased to 25PS [ 2 ] This engine also the brand new LJ10 Jimny In January 1971, a 27PS at 6000rpm) version of the well FB engine appeared in the Jimny, now Suzuki’s improved CCIS Crank Injection and Selmix) system. [ 3 ] Fitted with a 30PHD carburettor, torque is (36N·m; 27lb·ft) at 5000rpm. [ 4 ] was also fitted to the Carry, in April 1971. Such a of this engine weighs (110lb), excluding the transmission. [ 5 ] The original FB engine was discontinued in 1972 (when the L40 van was replaced), as engines were becoming popular in the kei segment. [ 6 ]

FE [ edit ]

In 1963, a version for the drive Suzulight 360 Van appeared. [ 7 ] intended for a FF layout. the engine was the FE . The biggest improvement was the introduction of patented SELMIX automatic system. This eliminated the for pre-mixed gasoline, improving economy, and reliability.

It was also as a Standard model (FEB), this did not receive the SELMIX [ 8 ] Power was 21PS (15kW), as for the FB, and engine also equipped the Fronte FEA passenger car. A (16kW) version appeared in 1965, with the improved CCI system (Cylinder Crank Vans and Frontes thus are called FE2 and FEA2 respectively.

In 1967 the all new three-cylinder Fronte 360 the FEA. A year later 1968) the Van received a reed engine for the FE3 model. [ 9 ] This was in January 1969, when the Fronte Van appeared. In May 1963, two of the introduced FE-powered Suzuki [ 10 ] came in first and second in class at the inaugural Japanese Prix (Class C1, for engines less than 400cc), an average speed of 89.763km/h [ 11 ] [ 12 ] Two more Frontes came in and eighth places. [ 13 ] The winning was Osamu Mochizuki (望月 修) who crossed the line just ahead of Haruhisa Fujita (藤田 晴久), a full minute ahead of the Subaru 360. [ 14 ]


Suzulight 360 Van FE/FEB/FE2/FE3

1963.03–1967.03 Fronte FEA

L50 [ edit ]

A water-cooled version of the FB, called the L50 it was developed for the L50 Carry, appeared in 1972 in the LJ20 Jimny. increased to 28PS (21kW) at with torque up to 3.7kg·m 27lb·ft) at 5000rpm. The L50 was only fitted to commercial vehicles as passenger cars were by now the three-cylinder LC10 engine.

The L50 was fitted to the short-lived LS20 Van for just over a year. [ 15 ] It to be used in the Fronte Van’s the 1973 Fronte Hatch.

In 1974 an emissions scrubbed of the L50 appeared in all applications; this lost two horsepower for a new total of (19kW) at the same engine with torque increased to (37N·m; 27lb·ft) at a lower This was also ready for the gasoline introduced to the Japanese on 1 February 1975. For 1976 horsepower was lost.

With new for kei cars. allowing for engines of up to the L50 gained a cylinder and a new name in 1976. The two-cylinder version was discontinued in July, when the Fronte Hatch was also

L60 [ edit ]

The L60 was a rare, export-only with a larger displacement. As the it is a water-cooled two-… twin, but has (27.2cuin) from a 68.0 x bore and …. It was only to the L60 Carry, to provide more and torque to export markets regulations regarding engine Power is 29PS (21kW), than the 26PS (19kW) by the contemporary 360 in export trim. [ 16 ]

1974–1976 Suzuki Carry L60 only)

LJ50 [ edit ]

The engine was first introduced in 1975 for export market Jimnys. with 33hp these were usually simply as the Suzuki LJ50. For the market, it first appeared in 1976 as the Jimny 55 . subsequent to the of kei car rules while also stricter emissions standards. The (32.9cuin) three-cylinder engine a two-…; while power 26PS (19kW) at 4500rpm low-end torque was on offer 5.3kg·m (52.0N·m; 38.3lb·ft) at [ 17 ] Both figures are at considerably engine speeds.

This was largely an L50 engine an extra cylinder added, water-cooled and with a bore and of 61.0 and 61.5mm. The LJ50 was fitted to several generations of the microtruck and van, until

T5 [ edit ]

In response to the changed Kei car taking effect on January 1, Suzuki developed the T5A . a version for car use; this meant the engine had to pass stricter regulations than the LJ50. The T4A engine was unable to do this and was of only 443cc, so it was replaced in 1977. The name refers to it the first (A) engine with a displacement.

From its 539cc it 28PS (21kW) at 5000rpm and at 3000rpm. [ 19 ] At the same time, engine (with the same specifics) was also fitted to the looking Suzuki Cervo [ 20 ] This could finally the tighter 1978 (53年) standards, which the T4A had not been to do. The emissions system was called for T win C atalyst, year 53 of the Showa era in the common era).

In May 1979 the T5B appeared, simply a T5A to be installed in a front-engine, front-wheel-drive As for specifications, the only difference was maximum power was now reached at [ 21 ] This was installed in the all-new hatchback, alongside a new four-… called the F5A. In 1981 the T5B was although the LJ50 sister continued to be built until 1987.

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