Engine Toyota 1G

Toyota G series engines are 6-cylinder in-line engines. They began in 1979 and lasted until 2006. A special feature of the G series is the fact that it lacks a variety of engine sizes. All engines have the same displacement of 2 liters (1988 cc). The drive of the gas distribution system of all engines of the series was carried out using a timing belt. Continue reading Engine Toyota 1G

Engine Toyota 4GR

The GR series engines were first introduced in 2003 to the domestic Japanese market. Over time, they replaced the V-6s of the previous MZ and VZ series, as well as the legendary inline-6s of the G and JZ series. In the early 2010s, they were installed on models of a wide variety of classes and layouts – “C”, “D”, “E”, vans, medium and full-size SUVs, medium and heavy jeeps and pickups. Since it is difficult to attribute them to “folk” motors, they are of a certain academic interest only for their diversity. Continue reading Engine Toyota 4GR

Engine Toyota 3GR-FE/FSE

Toyota’s 3GR-FE engine is a 3.0L (2994cc) 6-cylinder engine. It was developed to replace the 2JZ series and has been produced in China since 2003. Equipped with a system of variable valve timing Dual VVT-i. The cylinder bore is 87.5 mm and the piston stroke is similar to the 2GR engine and is equal to 83 mm. The compression ratio is 10:1. The engine power is 228 hp at 6400 rpm, and a torque of 300 Nm. Continue reading Engine Toyota 3GR-FE/FSE