Posts at this category "Toyota engine"

2AR-FE Engine

In 2008, Toyota launched the production of 2AR-FE motor as an alternative to 2.4L 2AZ. The brand applied high technologies while designing this item, making 2AR-FE reach the identical power but consume less fuel than its forerunner. Besides the 2.5L motor, Toyota also manufactures 2.7L 1AR-FE. 2AR keeps aluminum cylinder block featuring thin cast iron inserts inside. Those inserts can’t be replaced while the block can’t be subjected to repairs. Forged steel crankshaft can move by 10 mm to...

2GR-FE Engine

2GR-FE is a 3.4L V6 gasoline motor for transverse mounting, first released in 2004 as an alternative to 1MZ-FE V6 and celebrated 2JZ. Soon after its launch, it turned into one of the most popular brand’s engines, applied for Toyota Camry, RAV4 and Highlander. Moreover, this engine is utilized for Lexus IS 350, GS 350, RX 350 and some other vehicles, including Lotus Evora S and Exige S. Identical to 1GR-FE, 2GR keeps a cast aluminum open deck cylinder block with spiny cast iron sleeves cast...

2UZ-FE Engine

Toyota 2UZ-FE is a 4.7 L V8 motor, constructed specifically for trucks and SUVs. Due to that, this motor gained great capacity, low-rev and astonishing torque. While 1UZ-FE and 3UZ-FE keep aluminum cylinder blocks, 2UZ gained cast iron one, which is stronger and less expensive. But its main disadvantage is that it can be deformed due to engine mass. In other details, this motor has identical styling and size but for enlarged bore and stroke. Besides, it features a 90 degree angle, 21 mm...

1NZ-FE Engine

Toyota 1NZ-FE is a 1.5 L (1,497 cc, 91.35 cu-in) inline-four four-stroke naturally aspirated gasoline engine, production of which was launched in 1999 at Kamigo Plant. It keeps block of aluminum and cylinder head featuring double overhead camshaft and 4 valves for every cylinder. Compression index equals to 10.5. Cylinder bore is 75 millimeters (2.95 inches) while piston stroke is 84.7 millimeters (3.34 inches). This motor features electronic fuel injection system, VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing...

1UZ-FE Engine

1UZ is the primary engine of the UZ range, which also included 2UZ and 3UZ. Being first released in 1989, this 4.0L motor served as an alternative to Toyota 5V, being as efficient and trustworthy as its predecessor. The brand utilized this motor for the biggest Toyota and Lexus vehicles. 1UZ-FE features an aluminum cylinder block with DOHC 90° V8 configuration and thin cast-iron sleeves. Connecting rods are 146 mm long. Having 2 aluminum heads, it’s a twin cam motor with four valves on...

3VZ-FE Engine

The family of petrol engines of the VZ series, manufactured by Toyota, to which the 3VZ-E engine belongs, first saw the light in the fall of 1987. The incentive was the development of the nearest competitor – the Nissan corporation, which in 1983 demonstrated at the Tokyo Motor Show the first in Japan V-shaped six-cylinder engine. The return move did not take long. Having abandoned all efforts to develop, in just four years, Toyota Corporation showed the world an improved version of the...

1AZ-FE Engine

AZ series was introduced since 2000 – to gradually supplant the legendary S series, and for ten years remained the main mid-size engine of company. Installed in many initially FF C/D/E-class cars, vans, light- and medium-SUVs. 1AZ-FE engine can be seen as a simplified version of 2AZ-FE. There is no balancing mechanism. No oil nozzles in the block. Pistons have larger skirt. – For some regions specific modifications was produced – for leaded gasoline, without VVT,...

2ZZ-GE Engine

Toyota 2ZZ-GE engine was produced from 1999 to 2006 year. The displacement of the cylinders is 1.8 liters (1796 cubic cm). The cylinder diameter is 82 mm, and the stroke of the piston is 85 mm. Equipped with the MFI fuel injection. The gas distribution system is designed as a DOHC with four valves per cylinder and an additional option VVTL-i. The compression ratio is 11.5: 1, which increases the requirements for gasoline – it is recommended to use no lower than 95th gasoline. Engine power...

5VZ-FE Engine

Toyota 5VZ-FE, a 3.4L V6 motor, was first produced in 1995 as a modified version of 3VZ-FE. It was meant for the brand’s SUVs and off-road vehicles. Keeping the cast iron cylinder block like its predecessor, 5VZ-FE features a larger bore for 3.4L capacity instead of 3.0L. The motor has a V-shaped configuration with 60-degree cylinders angle. In order to achieve the compression index of 9.6, restyled pistons were applied. The aluminum cylinder heads with dual overhead camshafts comprise 4...

2JZ Engine

Probably the most legendary and famous engine in the world. 2JZ engines were produced since 1997. Displacement of all modifications were 3 liters (2997 cu. cm). It was the most powerful engine in JZ series. Bore and stroke of the engine forms a square and are 86 mm. It has DOHC with two camshafts and four valves per cylinder. Since 1997, the engines were equipped with a VVT-i system. Comparing this engine with 1JZ we can say that 2JZ is bigger, but the head of cylinder block is pretty the...

3SGE Engine

The production of Toyota 3SGE was launched in 1985 and ended in 2005. It was built as a variation of the 3S-FE engine, meant for sports cars. 3SGE differs from 3SFE by the restyled Yamaha cylinder head. For 20 years of production, this engine gained 5 modifications. Toyota 3SGE engine specs Manufacturer  Kamigo Plant Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky Also called Toyota 3S Production 1987-2007 Cylinder block alloy Cast-iron Configuration Straight-4 Valvetrain DOHC 4 valves per...

2AZ-FE Engine

The 2AZ-FE is a 2.4 L (2362 cc) version built in Japan (Kamigo Plant and by Toyota Industries Corporation), at TMMK in the USA and also built in China for select Scion xB models, obtains a total displacement of 2362 cc with 88.5 mm (3.5 in) bore and 96.0 mm (3.8 in) stroke, with a compression ratio of 9.6:1. Output is 160 hp (120 kW) at 5600 rpm;162 lb·ft (220 N·m) of torque at 4000 rpm. Later versions of the 2AZ-FE engine were upgraded with 9.8:1 compression ratio, a slightly more...

7A-FE Engine

The A-series engines, released by Toyota Motor Corporation, are inline-four internal combustion engines, varying from 1.3 L to 1.8 L. These engines have engine blocks made of cast iron and cylinder heads, which are made of aluminum. Toyota launched the manufacturing of the A-series engines in the end of 1970s, trying to find a substitution for the K-series engines for its new Tercel model. The company aspired to build an engine with a modern design and, simultaneously, great fuel efficiency,...

1MZ-FE Engine

Engine 1MZ-FE – it’s the middle brother in the line, its cylinder capacity is about 3.0 liters (2994 cc.). Bore and stroke of 87.5 mm and 83 mm, respectively. Power output varies from model year and the availability of variable valve timing system VVT-i and is in the range of 168-210 hp at 5200-5400 rpm and of 290-300 Nm at 4400 rpm. 1MZ-FE engine has a high fuel efficiency without high losses of power. Later, the gas distribution system of the engine 1MZ-FE complemented with VVTi...

1JZ Engine

JZ-series engines were manufactured from 1990 to 2007, these engines dates back to the “second wave” of Toyota engine’s manufacturing, when the first wave of the engines (and earlier years, as in this case) were replaced with less reliable. The more so that the series JZ replaced by a series of M, which I think is the most successful in the history of Toyota! Toyota 1JZ Engine Specs Manufacturer Tahara Plant Also called Toyota 1JZ Production 1990-2007 Cylinder block...

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