What cars have the 1JZ engine?
Cars powered by the 1JZ GTE are the Toyota Chaser / Cressida (JZX81, JZX90, JZX100, JZX110), Toyota Soarer (JZZ30), Toyota Supra Mk III (JZA70, but only in Australia and Japan), Toyota Verossa, Toyota Crown (JZS170), Toyota Mark II.
What cars can a 2JZ engine fit in?
List of cars with the 2JZ-GE:
- Toyota Altezza AS300/Lexus IS300.
- Toyota Aristo/Lexus GS300.
- Toyota Crown/Toyota Crown Majesta.
- Toyota Mark II/Toyota Chaser/Toyota Cresta.
- Toyota Origin.
- Toyota Progres.
- Toyota Soarer / Lexus SC300.
- Toyota Supra.
How much HP does a 2JZ-GE have?
about 230 hp
The 2JZ-GTE’s naturally aspirated and easier-to-find older sibling, the 2JZ-GE, is based upon the same short-block and nearly identical but higher-compression rotating assembly, but as far as Toyota’s concerned, is only good for about 230 hp.
How much is a 2JZ-GTE?
How Much Is A Supra 2Jz-Gte? A manual transmission and less than 7,000 miles on its odometer made it a good choice for sale, selling for $201,000 (just under £145,000), considerably more than the $136,000 price tag. There are three cylinders in this twin-turbo three-door.
Is the 1JZ reliable?
The most durable and reliable 1JZ is a simple non-VVT-i 1JZ-GE engine. The longevity is well over 200,000 miles (320,000 km), but they are old now and find one of these engines in a good shape is not an easy task.
What is the difference between 2jzge and 2JZGTE?
The engine block, crankshaft, and connecting rods of the Supra’s 2JZ-GE and 2JZ-GTE are the same, with notable differences being that the 2JZ-GTE has recessed piston tops (giving a lower compression ratio), oil spray nozzles to aid in cooling the pistons and a different head (redesigned inlet/exhaust ports, cams and …
Why is 2JZ so popular?
The 2JZ engine is a legendary powerplant in the tuner community and is what made the last year of the Supra so popular. The over engineered, closed engine design allows for the use of mass amounts of boost on stock internals.