Hello Guest

engine info

  • 1 Replies

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.


Online olija

  • 736
  • 2
  • Gender: Male
    • Check out my cardomain
Re: engine info
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2019, 09:56:15 PM »
According to wikipedia, it's called the N36A and is built by Suzuki in Japan and then shipped to the assembly line in North America where the rest of the vehicle is made...I'd really like to confirm if that is true or not! Looks like it may also be somewhat related to the 3.6 V6 in the 2nd gen Colorado/Canyon trucks.

I have also read that the N36A is a larger version of the N32A which was in some of the later 3rd generation Grand Vitara's. On wikipedia it states that those engines were made by Holden in Australia.

97 Sidekick 4door 5 speed, 1.5 spacer lift, 2" body lift, CJ rims, locked rear, 31's, 4:1 low <SOLD>
01 Vitara 2.0L 5 speed, 2.5" Calmini lift, 2" body lift, Sidekick rims, locked rear, 31's, 4:1 low, 5.13 diffs <SOLD>
03 XL7 2.7 5 speed, 3" AE lift with OME springs, 2" AE body lift, 5.13 diffs, 235/80R17 BFG AT's on Ultra 17x8 with 1" spacers, skid plates, Balmer Fab front bumper


Offline MBB77

  • 50
  • 0
  • Gender: Male
engine info
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2009, 05:00:28 AM »
is the 3.6L which used in XL7 is the same as the holden 3.6L engine?
grand vitara 03 V6
koni suspensions
king springs
one inch rubber over king