vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

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vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by ScottieJ » Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:45 pm

vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Coil/Dizzy

from loom the Black/White tracer goes to coil +
rev counter if you have one goes to coil-
from dizzy Black/White tracer goes to coil+
from dizzy Brown/White tracer goes to coil-
Brown and Black/Green tracer from loom doesn't need to connect to anything at this end.
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Starter

+feed from battery to + terminal as usual
Black/Yellow tracer from loom to the spade terminal
Black/Green tracer from loom is not needed
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Alternator

uses the same colour wires as original, (Black/White tracer & White/Red tracer) just wire up to the plug on the alternator
White/Yellow tracer to +terminal
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Fuel stop solenoid
Usually a green connector on the carb but sometimes brown (There is also a idle up connector but this is not nneded, if the fuel stop connector is green this will be brown and vice versa)

Find a ignition live (black w/white tracer) and connect it to the black w/white tracer wire from the stop solenoid.
Then just earth the back wire.
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by jfatboy » Wed Oct 26, 2011 5:38 pm

how long does it take to do one of these conversions?
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by twiss » Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:41 pm

I think the main long part of it is fabricating new mounts for the engine and gearbox...
It's much easier doing it to the 1.3 SJ/Samurai
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by ScottieJ » Thu Oct 27, 2011 12:19 pm

If you get all the bits needed I think you could do the conversion in a day, it's not really that hard.
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by mr.lers » Tue May 07, 2013 12:30 pm

Well finally got round to my conversion 1.6 8v into a 410 tin top it did take me all bank holiday fag and beer breaks included but hey its worth it the boneshaker now flys;) but I've no idle I haven't conected the fuel stop solonoid yet or a brown connecter on the inlet manifold?? What is it? Do I need it? It's a bit of handfull trying to keep it running in traffic...
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by ScottieJ » Tue May 07, 2013 12:57 pm

mr.lers wrote:Well finally got round to my conversion 1.6 8v into a 410 tin top it did take me all bank holiday fag and beer breaks included but hey its worth it the boneshaker now flys;) but I've no idle I haven't conected the fuel stop solonoid yet or a brown connecter on the inlet manifold?? What is it? Do I need it? It's a bit of handfull trying to keep it running in traffic...
The fuel stop solenoid not being wired up is what is causing it to stall at idle, find a black w/white tracer to wire up the stop solenoid and just earth the black. (now added to the first post)

The other (brown) connector is part of the idle up system and not needed.
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by mr.lers » Tue May 07, 2013 1:03 pm

Nice one Scottie that is me sorted and so promptly :)
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by The Bird Man » Sun Nov 16, 2014 9:18 am

Can anyone tell me what connector block/colour wires go to the ignition barrel please. At the moment I am turning it over by bypassing, using a bit of wire on the starter terminals which I don't really want to keep doing. Many thanks, Eddie :D

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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by dazerede » Sun Jun 26, 2016 3:08 pm

Currently doing mine atm will I need to change the dizzy to a 1.3 as this is mine and do I use a 1.6 coil or 1.3 thanks
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Re: vit 1.6 8v into a JAP 410 wiring

Post by dazerede » Sun Jun 26, 2016 3:12 pm

I have connected the 1.6 coil up but where do I connect the earth wire as it was connected to the + on the 1.0 coil thanks
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Recaro Seats Fitted
Landini Blue Colour
Home made bumpers and rollcage
1.6 8v vitara lump with su carb
3" calmini lift springs :)
235/75/15 maxxis trepador tyres
Janspeed exshaust
30mm Spacers
99.9% Rust Free
BUILT NOT BOUGHT

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