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  • Suzuki G13 Competition Clutch 4 Puck Solid Clutch Disc

Suzuki G13 Competition Clutch 4 Puck Solid Clutch Disc 99629-0420


Product Description

Competition Clutch 4 puck solid ceramic disc for Suzuki G13 engines. This Competition Clutch disc is designed for the serious enthusiast with considerable modifications. Each disc features 8 high-coefficient ceramic pads for quick engagement and extreme duty friction. The four pucks reduce the area of contact with the pressure plate resulting in an increase in pressure per area from the plate on each puck. Therefore increasing the torque capacity and preventing slippage under load. Competition Clutch's specifically designed high torque disc delivers maximum holding capacity without compromise. The unsprung disc is lighter than its sprung counterpart, helping reduce rotational mass in the drive train. The absence of a sprung assembly also provides a harder engagement.

Suzuki G13 4 Puck Solid 99629-0420

187mm x 7/8 x 20



The G13 is an in line 4 cylinder engine utilizing aluminum alloys for the block, cylinder head and pistons. Displacing 1.3 L (1324 cc/ in³) for the G13A and (1298 cc/79 in³) for all other G13 engines, fuel delivery is either through a carburetor, throttle body fuel injection or multi-point fuel injection.

This engine was made with different valve train designs: 8 or 16 valve SOHC or 16 valves DOHC. All G13 Engines have a bore size of 74mm. G13A had 77mm stroke versus 75.5mm on all other G13 engines.



The SOHC 8-valve G13A has a non-interference valvetrain design. It was used in the following vehicles:

  • November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51S
  • November 1984– Suzuki Cultus AB51B
  • 1986–1989 Suzuki Samurai
  • – Suzuki SJ413
  • 1985-1988 Holden MB/ML Barina (Aust/NZ) / Mk1 Suzuki Swift non-GTi



This DOHC 16-valve engine is well known, it uses the older distributor driven off the intake camshaft, and produces approximately 100 hp(74 kW) @ 6500rpm / 83 ft·lb(112Nm) @ 5000rpm. Redline is set at 7400-7600RPM. Like many DOHC engines, this engine has an interference valvetrain design, making periodic timing belt changes vital to the engine's life. It was used in the following vehicles:

  • 1986-1989–Suzuki Swift GTi AA33S
  • 1988– Suzuki Cultus AA34S AB34S
  • 1990– Suzuki Cultus AB34S
  • 1989– Suzuki Swift AC34S DOHC



The SOHC 8-valve G13BA has single-point fuel injection and produces 50 kW (68 PS; 67 hp) and 74 lb·ft (100 N·m) of torque. It has a non-interference valvetrain design. 1995 to 1997 U.S. and Canadian-market engines gained hydraulic lash adjusters. It was used in the following vehicles:

  • 1989 Suzuki Sidekick
  • 1994–2000 Maruti Esteem
  • 1989–1997 Suzuki Swift
  • 1992–1997 Geo Metro
  • 1990–1995 Suzuki SJ413
  • 1989–1993 Holden Barina - (carburetor: 53 kW (71 hp) @ 6,000; 102Nm (75 ft-lb) @ 4,000)



The SOHC 16-valve G13BB (introduced in March 1997) has electronic MPFI Multi-point fuel injection, generating 56–63 kW (76–86 PS) and 104–115 N·m (77–85 lb·ft).[1] Later G13BBs have two coil packs bolted directly to the valve cover, although early models still had the coil packs mounted to the left side of the head - where the distributor was traditionally located. This engine uses a MAP sensor to monitor manifold pressure, unlike the G16 series. This engine has a non-intereference valvetrain design. It uses the same G series block found in many other Suzuki models and so it is a popular conversion into the Suzuki Sierra 4wd, which uses either a G13A(85-88) or G13BA(88.5-98). This allows the engine to fit into the engine bay simply as engine and gearbox mounts are identical and both engines are mounted North-South.

It was used in the following vehicles:

  • 1995– Suzuki Baleno
  • 1998–2004 Suzuki Jimny, Suzuki Swift
  • 1998–2001 Geo/Chevrolet Metro
  • 1999–2007 Maruti Esteem
  • 2000–present Maruti Gypsy King