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  • Suzuki G13 Competition Clutch 6 Puck Sprung Clutch Disc CC99629-1620

Suzuki G13 Competition Clutch 6 Puck Sprung Clutch Disc 99629-1620


Product Description

Competition Clutch 6 puck solid ceramic disc for Suzuki G13 engines. This Competition Clutch disc is designed for the serious enthusiast with considerable modifications. Each disc features 12 high-coefficient ceramic pads for quick engagement and extreme duty friction. Competition Clutch's specifically designed high torque disc delivers maximum holding capacity without compromise.

Suzuki G13 6 Puck Sprung 99629-1620

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