1992 Geo Tracker walk around - 5 speed 4x4 Rag Top
I'm soon to be 28 years young. Ever since I was 16 (12 years ago) I have
experienced many cars I've always wanted. To be exact I have owned 14 cars
before this tracker which now makes it 15 vehicles I ever owned as yet.
Nothing ever goes bad or have I been in accidents with the previous cars
(thank god fortunately) I just get bored or interested in something
different. So with that said, all my previous cars including this tracker
will be sold off just like the others to get my money back or to pay off
The day I sell this Geo will be because I found another type of car I want
next. Unfortunately I make very little money and can't afford to keep these
awesome cars I been through nor do I have the space anyway.
This tracker has already been fun, cheap, reliable and useful in all
weather conditions. Gets 18 mpg city 22 mpg highway on the 10 gallon tank.
The Rag Top scene in this video, was my first time taking it off and it
took me about 20 minutes to figure it out how to get it all off (I think I
could do it next time in 5 minutes) it looks awesome with the Top off,
sorta like a mini 4x4 truck. Pretty much think of these trackers as Jeep
wrangler type. I take several months deciding and waiting on my next car
and I happened to of found a perfectly good condition tracker and you can't
find them like this anymore.
I will later regret selling this car...like the majority of my other
vehicles I've owned, but the heart wants what the heart wants!
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Driving my Turbo 3 cyl. Geo Metro Swift
Some driving clips of my 91' Geo Metro with the guts from a MK2 Pontiac
Firefly turbo. As far as a driving
experience, it is leaps and bounds better than a stock n/a Geo Metro. I
haven't driven a 4 cyl. Suzuki Swift Gt, but I assume those are even
quicker and fun to drive. This car is a compromise between economy and
performance. I can surprise alot of people with the performance of this
car, but I can also get 45mpg. Not Bad IMO.
Build log and video of our summer project. We put a 2005 Suzuki GSXR 1000
engine in a 1994 Geo Metro.
1992 Geo Tracker powered by a Ford 302. Aluminum heads, manifold, radiator
and water pump make the engine about a 100 lbs. heavier than stock. 325 HP,
C4 automatic and stock rear end (4:62 gears) with a spool.
Changed the fuel Pump on Geo
A few weeks ago me and boothe changed the fuel pump on his Geo Metro. It
had been sitting for 2 years with the same tank of gas so when we tried to
start it it broke the fuel strainer clogging the fuel pump. I didnt film
the re-installation or anything but it did start up. I ended up using that
same old rubber piece, the dealer carries it but wants you to buy the whole
fuel assembly at the same time. It started on the first crank surprisingly.