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PostSubject: Preparações bem sucedidas   Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:36 pm

Nome: Alexandre Lewis Xerxenevsky
Cidade/Estado: São Paulo/SP (mas gaúcho e gremista de nascimento)
e-mail: xmobile@suzukioffroad.com.br
Modelo: Samurai JX Canvas
Ano: 1991
Apelido: X Mobile
Suspensão: SPOA
Bodylift: 2"
Rodas/pneus: Mangels 15/10 / BF BAJA 33/15/R15
Motor: 1.3 carburador brosol 2E com escape 4x1 da Truck
Transmissão:TCASE Original com Coroa/Pinhao 5.38:1
Outras modificações: está praticamente original ;=)





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PostSubject: Re: Preparações bem sucedidas   Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:37 pm

Nome: Felipe Sá Mourão
Cidade/Estado: Caxias do Sul - RS
e-mail: fmourao@terra.com.br
Modelo: quase um Samurai
Ano: a maior parte 1997
Apelido: Monstrinho
Suspensão: SPOA, feixe de molas Toyota na dianteira e S10 na traseira, amortecedores dianteiros S10 e traseiros Ranger
Bodylift:1"
Rodas/pneus: Mangels Daytona 15” x 8 off-set -25 3K 34” Frederico
Motor: 2.2 MPFI 135cv
Transmissão: câmbio de S10 2.2 e caixa de transferência da S10 V6
Outras modificações: Eixos D44 redução 538, bloqueio 100% traseiro, freio a disco nas 4 rodas, jumelos articulados RC 4x4, pára-lamas Bushwacker, faróis de milha Hella Comet







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PostSubject: Re: Preparações bem sucedidas   Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:38 pm

Nome: Alexandre Marques
Cidade/Estado: São Paulo - SP
e-mail:markxwell@hotmail.com
Modelo: Samurai Canvas
Ano: 1994
Apelido:
Suspensão: spoa + jumelos revolver
Bodylift: 2,5"
Rodas/pneus: mangels 7" BF 33 mud com gomos laterais (geninho pneus)
Motor: VW 1.8 MI
Transmissão: reduzida calmini rockcrawler e coroa e pinhão tb
Outras modificações: disco nas 4, gaiola, freio individual nas 4 rodas, bloqueio lockrigth na traseira, guincho ransey 9000, etc..





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PostSubject: Re: Preparações bem sucedidas   Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:39 pm

Rocky Road outfitter




Vehicle: 86' Samurai with 88' registration and goodies from all other years of SJ413 Samurais. Color is Jeep Citron Green with pearl.

Drivetrain: Custom cut Dana 44 axles. Available from Summit Offroad. Uses 1/2" thick DOM tubing and Chevy outer knuckles with Cadillac disc brakes front and rear. Houses 5.38 diff gears with ARB lockers front and rear and ARB compressor (orders for ARB Samurai axles being taken NOW!). Superwinch hubs. Driveshafts are custom double carden long travel setups by Tom Wood and are also avalable through us.

Tires/Wheels: Willamette 10" wide 2.5" backspaced wheels with full beadlocks and custom powdercoated. Tires are 35x15.50 TSL SX's siped for extra traction and flexibility. SPare tire is 34x9.50 TSL Swamper (the Chainsaw).

Engine: Formerly... 1.6 Sidekick with Isky Cam, Thorley header, and dual sidedraft carbs. Mated to transmission with our 1.6 Engine Swap kit. Spark fed to stock coil by MSD 6A Offroad ignition. Dual K&N filter setup with custom airbox for deep fording Suzuki Samurai snorkel, available exclusively thru us. New engine.... Volkswagon 1.9 Turbo Diesel. Twice the horsepower of stock Samurai with three times the torque. Means you don't have to downshift going up hills and wind your engine. Even at mid and low RPMs this engine flys! Mileage estimated to be in the mid 30's. Complete fuel injection system with only hooking up one single new wire. No electrical headaches. Centerforce Dual Friction clutch. Exhuast uses our Bulletproof header gasket then patched into a 2.25" hi-flow cat and dual Cherry BOmb exhaust system.

Suspension: Formerly... Missing suspension front and rear with M-Link bumpstops, castor shims, M-link shackles, long reach brake lines, custom upper and lower shock mounts. Old Man Emu springs up front with custom National springs in back. Long travel Doetsch Tech shocks for comfortable ride. Panhard locating bar to keep the front end nice and tight handling onthe highway. Articulation officially measured at 98' Zukfari at 42.5", RTI score of 1600 on 20* ramp. New setup.... Coil front suspension with Panhard locating arm. Rear swing arm (3/4 elliptic) with custom National springs. Articulation should estimated close to 50"

Bumpers: Front is custom one-off Glenn Wakefield creation designed for maximum clearance and approach angle. Housed is a Warn 8K winch complete with giant red tow hook for pulling lessor vehicles up the hill :^). Rear is Summit Crawler design with swingdown tire carrier, class II hitch, and air tank incorporated and swing down tire carrier.

Armor: Nerf bar/rockers are one-off Glenn Wakefield creation. Heavy duty angle iron with 3/4 tube welded all along for maximum clearance and great looks. Transfer case skidplate armor also avaialble through Rocky Road. Diamond plate rear corners painted to match vehicle. Fishplate spring hanger guards.

Transfer case: Formerly... Mega-crawler 4.89 gears avaiable form Rocky Road supported by our Super Beefy long and short Tcase arms. New setup... Twin Toyota Transfer cases with Marlin Crawler. Basically offers a 3 speed transfer case setup with 1:1 in high range for low RPMs since revs aren't needed for the turbo diesel engine to pull strong. Also offers a final low range of 300:1. Kit possibly available in the future, though it will require some body modification.

Windshield Fold-Down kit from Rocky Road. Uses all stock Suzuki parts imported from Japan. Allows windshield to flop down just like Jeep CJs.

Roll Cage: Custom cage. Weldin. Same look as our 'Sport Cages' available through Rocky Road.

Cover-up: White Safari Soft-top, Kayline. Vinyl soft doors fro Kayline and available through Rocky Road for nice sealing door to get to the trail and throw em' in back once you get there.

Electrical: All driven by our 160 amp alternator and welder system. Twim on board compressors drive our air system. Headlamps are IPF H4's with Magic J-Bulbs for illumination. Dual Optima batteries with Wrangler Power switchable relay charging system.

Steering: Toyota power steering system available from Rocky Road. Custom Zlink for long travel suspension and no bumpsteer with 8" of lift.

For show: Suzuki logo billet shifter knobs on tcase and transmission. "Interior Remodel set" with our black ABS panels. And of course.... Rocky Road outfitter stickers!

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PostSubject: Re: Preparações bem sucedidas   Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:40 pm




Year / Model - 1992 Samurai Convertible (soft top)

Drivetrain - 1.6 ltr, bored 40 over w/shaved head, EFI,
Doug Thorley Header, 2" exhaust, Stock 5 speed tranny
6.4:1 transfer case in a Mighty Kong skidplate/mount
Heavily gusseted stock front axle housing
Spidertrax Sidewinder Full Floater Rear axle w/ Track/Kick center
5.12 R&P gears
ARB Air Lockers front and rear
Long spline front drive shaft made by AZ Driveline
Tom Wood's CV drive shaft out back

Suspension - SPOA Conversion,
Up Front: YJ springs with Missing Link Shackles
Panhard Bar, OME Steering Stabilizer
Shock Hoops with Doetsch Tech 8000 Pre-Runner Shocks

Out Back: YJ springs with Hybrid Revolver Shackles (Samurai/YJ)
Rear disc brakes
Rancho 9000 shocks moved inboard

Wheels / Tires - 33x12.50" Swamper TSL Radials
on 15x8" American Racing Rims (AR 767's)

Bumpers - ShrockWorks Winch bumper w/ Warn i8000 winch,
ShrockWorks rear bumper w/Swing out Tire Carrier and Fuel Can


Additional Accessories -- Six point Roll Cage, Fold-down/Removable windshield, Z-bar Eliminator Steering System (knuckle-over), H/D gas tank skid plate, custom heavy duty rocker skids (1/4" wall throughout), pumpkin hats, Dual Optima batteries, Spidertrax battery tie downs, 108 amp GM alt, removable doors, 48" Hi-Lift® Jack, Dual compressor On-Board Air with air tank, RCI Racing Seats with matching rear seat upholstery on stock seat, Tuffy® security console, Sun Tach, 26" brake lines up front, Safety Brake Electric Line Locks f/r and a seperate Hydraulic line lock for the rear, Fully sprayed Vortex tub liner, in-dash remote winch controls, Hellroaring Battery Isolater/Combiner.











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PostSubject: Re: Preparações bem sucedidas   Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:41 pm



Proprietário: Brent Wade
Napa, California
Veículo: .......... 1988 Suzuki Samurai


Motor:.............. Vitara 1.6L EFI I-4
Caixa de vel. : Samurai 5 vel.
Caixa de tranf.: Samurai modificada para 6.5:1 em baixas.
Eixos: ............. Toyota/Toyota
Bloqueios: ....... Detroit/Detroit
Suspensião: .... Molas de laminas
Pneus: ............ 35" TSL Boggers
Outros: ........... snorkel,guincho Ramsey 8000 ,veios de transm. CV, para choques personalizados



Proprietário: Chrystal Smith
Idaho Springs, Colorado
Veículo: 1990 Suzuki Samurai


Motor:............ Suzuki 1.3L I-4
Caixa de vel. : Samurai 5 vel.
Caixa de tranf.:Calmini Rock Crawl 4.0:1
Eixos:............. Spidertrax (6" mais largos)
Bloqueios:....... Detroit/Detroit
Suspensão:..... Molas jeep YJ e SPOA
Pneus:............ 33" Goodyear MT/Rs
Outros:........... guincho Warn 8000 , travões de disco ás quatro rodas, direcção assistida Toyota
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