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post May 13, 2005 - 12:23 AM
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I've been pushing for hardcore engine specs on here for a LONG time. So, with that in mind, I am going to borrow from all over the celica communities and post up the info I have gatherd.

First, I know not about the 5sfe, so if someone has the specs, post em up. Secondly, if any of you guys come accross any problems, let me know and I'll fix it.
Also, anything that you feel should be added... let me know.

A-series: 1.5L, 1.6L and 1.8L, belt-driven overhead cam motors used in Corollas, later Celicas, early Tercels, Chevy Novas (NUMMI-built), and Geo Prizms;

E-series: 1.4L and 1.5L overhead cam, belt-driven engines used in 88 and up Tercels and Paseos;

F-series: 3.9L, 4.0L, 4.2L, pushrod straight six engines used in Landcruisers;

R-series: 1.8L/2.4L, overhead cam, chain-driven engines used in rear wheel drive only Coronas, older Celicas and pickups;

M-series: 2.2L through 3.0L overhead cam straight six engines used in Cressidas and Supras;

S-series: 2.0L and 2.2L belt-driven OHC engines used in Camrys, Celicas and MR2s;

VZ-series: 2.5L, 3.0L and 3.4L V6 engines used in Camrys, pickups, Lexus ES and T100s;

UZ-series: 4.0L V8 engines used in the Lexus LS400 and SC400.

ZZ-series: 1.8L I4's found in newer corollas and celicas among others.

JZ-Series: 3.0L I6 found in supra, Lexus Is300 and SC300


......................................7AFE / 4AGE / 1ZZFE / 2ZZGE
rod length=.....................132.5 / 122 / 146.5 / 137.9982
crank throw=...................42.75 / 38.5 / N/A / N/A
stroke=...........................85.5 / 77 / 91.5 / 85.09
bore................................81.0 / 81 / 79 / 82.0



rod stroke ratios
4ag =1.5843
7a = 1.5496
2z = 1.6223
3s=1.6045:1
b16 = 1.7
b18c = 1.58
b18b = 1.54


1ZZ-FE

Bore 79mm
> Stroke 91.5mm
> Con. Rod 146.65mm
> Disp. 1794cc
> Bore-to-bore spacing 87.5mm
> Bore wall thickness 8.5mm
> Intake Valve diam 32mm
> Exhaust Valve diam 27.5mm
> Valve included angle 33
> Compression ration 10.0:1
> Main Journal diam 48mm
> Pin Journal diam 44mm
> Journal overlap 4mm
> Horsepower @ 6400 rpm 130hp
> Torque @ 4400rpm 125 ft.lbs.
> Redline 6600rpm

2ZZ-GE

> Bore 82mm
> Stroke 85mm
> Con. Rod 140.15mm
> Disp. 1796cc
> Bore-to-bore spacing 87.5mm
> Bore wall thickness 5.5mm
> Intake Valve diam 34mm
> Exhaust Valve diam 29mm
> Valve included angle 43
> Compression ration 11.5:1
> Main Journal diam 48mm
> Pin Journal diam 45mm
> Journal overlap .25mm
> Horsepower @ 7600rpm 180hp
> Torque @ 6800rpm 130 ft.lbs.
> Redline 8100rpm
> rod length 137.9 mm
> block height 211.75mm
> comp height 2zzge 1.228
> Piston pin diameter 20mm

7afe
From AT200 94+ Toyota celica ST's and others
> Bore 81mm
> Stroke 85.5mm
> Con. Rod Na
> Disp. 1762cc (which is close)
> Bore-to-bore spacing ???
> Bore wall thickness ???
> Intake Valve diam ???
> Exhaust Valve diam ???
> Valve included angle ???
> Compression ration 9.5:1
> Main Journal diam 48mm
> Pin Journal diam 48mm
> Journal overlap ???
> Horsepower @ 110 @ 5600 RPM
> Torque @ 115 @ 2800 RPM
> Redline 6300rpm
> rod length 7a= 132.5mm
> block height 7a = 206mm
> comp height 7a/4a 1.208 30.7mm
> Piston pin diameter 20mm
big end bore width. 17mm

5SFE
From ST204 94+ Celica GT's and others.
Type: Inline 4, Cast Iron Block, Aluminum Head
Cylinder Numbers (From Front): 1-2-3-4
Firing Order: 1-3-4-2
Spark Plug Gap: 0.043 inches (1.1 mm)
Valvetrain DOHC, 16 valves, 4 vales per cylinder
Valve Angle: 22.3 Degrees
Idle 650-750 RPM
Displacement 2.2 Liter (2164 cc)
Bore 3.42 inches (87.1 mm)
Stroke 3.58 inches (90.9 mm)
Compression Ratio 9.5 : 1
Redline 6300 RPM
Horsepower 135 @ 5400 RPM
Torque 145 @ 4400 RPM

3SGTE (93 all-trac version)
> Bore 86mm
> Stroke 3.386in (~86mm)
> Con. Rod 5.433in (~138mm)
> Disp. 1998cc
> Bore-to-bore spacing ???
> Bore wall thickness ???
> Intake Valve diam ???
> Exhaust Valve diam ???
> Valve included angle ???
> Compression ration 8.5:1 (all but 90-93 which were 8.8:1)
> Main Journal diam
> Pin Journal diam
> Journal overlap
> Horsepower: 190hp@6000rpm (1988-1989)
200hp@6000rpm (1990-1993)
260hp@6500rpm (non-US only) (1994-1999)
> Torque: 200ftlbs@3200rpm (1988-1989)
200ftlbs@3200RPM (1990-1993)
> Redline 6300 RPM
Models with this engine:
ST205 (Generation 6 Celica GT-Four),
ST185 (Generation 5 Celica GT-Four/AllTrac)
ST165 (Generation 4 Celica GT-Four/AllTrac)
SW20 (1990-98 Turbo MR-2)
3sgte info


3SGE
US version
Engine: 2.0L four/cyl EFI DOHC
Bore: 86mm
Stroke: 86mm
Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
Displacement: 2.0L
Valve Train: 4v/cyl
Horsepower: 135hp@5400rpm (1986-1989)
Torque: 125ftlbs@4800rpm
Models with this engine: 1986-89 GT-S (USA)

Euro 3SGE
Bore: 86mm
Strok: 86mm
Compression Ratio: 9.8:1
Displacement 2.0L
Valve Train:4v/cyl
HorsePower : 128hp@5600RPM
Torque 179NM@44RPM

3S-FE
Bore: 86mm
Stroke: 86mm
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Displacement: 2.0L
Valve Train: 4v/cyl
Horsepower: 115hp@5200rpm (1986-1989)
Torque: 124ftlbs@4400rpm

Honda/acura engine specs

4age engine specs

4agze specs

4age formula atlantic specs

7age/5age info

more 7age work

More 7age

Information about other toyota engines

Toyota twin cam engines.

This post has been edited by FallenHero: Aug 3, 2005 - 3:32 AM
post Jun 16, 2005 - 4:12 PM
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nono, if I wanted to buy pistons I would just get toyota hicomp 4ag's. I just have a set of 2zzge 82mm pistons lying around and i was going to try to use them. I just don't know what the compression will be. Since this will be a daily driver, I really dfon't want to get over 10.5:1 max.
post Jun 29, 2005 - 5:58 PM
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If anyone has anything to add to this PM me.

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post Jul 7, 2006 - 7:49 PM
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Euro 3SGE US version
Engine: 2.0L four/cyl EFI DOHC
Bore: 86mm
Stroke: 86mm
Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
Displacement: 2.0L
Valve Train: 4v/cyl
Horsepower: 135hp@5400rpm (1986-1989)
Torque: 125ftlbs@4800rpm
Models with this engine: 1986-89 GT-S (USA)

USA 3SGE

Engine: 2.0L four/cyl EFI DOHC
Stroke: 86mm
Compression Ratio: 9.8:1
Displacement 2.0L
Valve Train:4v/cyl
HorsePower : 128hp@5600RPM
Torque 179NM@44RPM


why is it that these motors which has a "G" head which is a wider angle head for better air flow, the motor also has higher compression than a 5sfe yet it makes less HP and Torque??

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post Jul 7, 2006 - 9:33 PM
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umm im confused....thought that the us 3sge made about 138hp, and the euro, was the same as the jap spec and made about 150ish to 180ish, Between the 2nd and 3rd gens?


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post Jul 8, 2006 - 11:16 AM
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Hmmm,
My UK 3SGE produces 177BHP.... maybe the posted specs are for very early models.

Leigh.P

post Jul 12, 2006 - 5:29 PM
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this was de-pinned?
post Jul 12, 2006 - 8:22 PM
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QUOTE(FallenHero @ Jul 12, 2006 - 6:29 PM) [snapback]455265[/snapback]

this was de-pinned?

it's still in the stickies.


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post Jul 12, 2006 - 9:14 PM
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The 7AFE's redline is 6300? My celi says 5800
post Jul 12, 2006 - 9:42 PM
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QUOTE(jdg371 @ Jul 12, 2006 - 9:14 PM) [snapback]455352[/snapback]

The 7AFE's redline is 6300? My celi says 5800

5600-5800 is where power falls off, and falls of fast. anything above 6K rpm is just wasting gas and it sounds terrible.


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QUOTE(jdg371 @ Jul 12, 2006 - 10:14 PM) [snapback]455352[/snapback]

The 7AFE's redline is 6300? My celi says 5800

94-95 red is 6200 I believe
96-99 the red is 5800


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post Jul 24, 2006 - 8:23 PM
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Wait.


Everyone says that the 1.8 with a stock ECU won't go past 115, but I have been to 128 in fourth. I can video it too.

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QUOTE(Steevo @ Jul 25, 2006 - 1:23 AM) [snapback]460581[/snapback]

Wait.
Everyone says that the 1.8 with a stock ECU won't go past 115, but I have been to 128 in fourth. I can video it too.

You can't truely go 128 in fourth gear (and the ecu REALLY is limited to approximately 115/120 mph based on RPM)... not enough rpms nor power. Also... not all speedos are created equally. The faster you go, the less accurate it becomes.


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post Jul 24, 2006 - 11:04 PM
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I guess I will have to borrow a GPS unit and charge my camera then.




When my wife bought this car it had a whole lot of aftermarket stuff already.
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QUOTE(Kwanza26 @ Jul 24, 2006 - 8:46 PM) [snapback]460668[/snapback]

QUOTE(Steevo @ Jul 25, 2006 - 1:23 AM) [snapback]460581[/snapback]

Wait.
Everyone says that the 1.8 with a stock ECU won't go past 115, but I have been to 128 in fourth. I can video it too.

You can't truely go 128 in fourth gear (and the ecu REALLY is limited to approximately 115/120 mph based on RPM)... not enough rpms nor power. Also... not all speedos are created equally. The faster you go, the less accurate it becomes.


i agree that speedos are inaccurate for most measurements above 50-60mph... but i used my friend's gps to track my speed in my 94 st and was able to acheive 128mph downhill before the speed limiter kicked in and i know i could of gone faster i still had "about" another 1k rpms to go before redline, i was just a little above 5k and was going downhill.. and i thought that the faster you go with a gps the more accurate it becomes


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QUOTE(Steevo @ Jul 25, 2006 - 4:04 AM) [snapback]460678[/snapback]

I guess I will have to borrow a GPS unit and charge my camera then.

When my wife bought this car it had a whole lot of aftermarket stuff already.

An easy way to do it... calculate the speed based on rpm and gearing. It'll top out at around 120ish mph in 4th gear at 6500 rpms with 205/60/14 tires... and that's assuming the engine actually has the power to make it there.

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post Jul 24, 2006 - 11:08 PM
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2 inch accuracy. Plugs into your cigarette lighter.


I will have to see tomorrow.
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If anyone is interested, here are the factory specs for all the Japanese market Celicas.
http://english.auto.vl.ru/catalog/toyota/celica/

And any japenese cars...
http://english.auto.vl.ru/catalog/

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QUOTE(jiranz5 @ Jul 25, 2006 - 4:14 AM) [snapback]460685[/snapback]

If anyone is interested, here are the factory specs for all the Japanese market Celicas.
http://english.auto.vl.ru/catalog/toyota/celica/

And any japenese cars...
http://english.auto.vl.ru/catalog/


I have seen 145 mph on my celi i dunno if there was some type of mod done before i got the car but the guages are right ive had them checked so and i dont redline i can go all the way to 8000 rpm


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VZ is cast iron block.

MZ is newer aluminum block. 3.0 or 3.3. Found in Camry, Avalon, Sienna, Highlander.

R was also a 2.2, and I believe a 2.0.

2UZFE is the 4.7 in the Tundra. There is also a 3UZFE [4.3] in some Lexus models.

JZ is also a 2.5 [1JZ]

GR- 4.0 [1GRFE] in the 4Runner, FJ Cruiser, Tacoma and Tundra, and 3.5 [2GRFE] V6 in the Camry, Avalon and Rav4, plus some Lexus models [also 3GRFE [3.0] in some Lexus].

1AZFE [2.0] in the Rav4, 2AZFE [2.4] in the Camry, Highlander and Rav4.

2RZFE [2.4] and 3RZFE [2.7] in the Tacoma and 4Runner.

2URFE [5.7] in the new Tundra.


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