Engine Toyota 2ZR-FE/FAE/FXE

The 2ZR engine began production in 2007 to replace the popularly disliked 1ZZ engine and took an intermediate position in the ZR series, between junior 1ZR and older 3ZR. The Toyota 2ZR engine differs from the younger one by the increased crankshaft stroke (from 78.5 mm to 88.3 mm), in the 3ZR, respectively, the crankshaft with a large stroke. In addition, the 2ZR has modifications based on the Atkinson cycle. Continue reading Engine Toyota 2ZR-FE/FAE/FXE

Engine Toyota 2ZZ-GE

The Toyota 2ZZ-GE engine has a fairly large potential – about 500,000 kilometers. But its real life depends to a large extent on the quality of oil and gasoline. The motor is too sensitive to inferior materials. The high engine speed threshold has proven to be an advantage for many drivers. But this also made the unit not too high-torque at low revs – you have to turn the engine hard to achieve good dynamics. And this despite the fact that the unit uses the Turbo system. Continue reading Engine Toyota 2ZZ-GE

Engine Toyota 1ZZ

The first Toyota 1ZZ engines began to be produced in 1998. They were made until December 2007. 1ZZ used a multipoint injection system. The gas distribution path provided high fuel efficiency at low revs. A big plus is the excellent thrust of the 1ZZ engine at high revs. Design features include forged connecting rods, an all-die-cast crankshaft and a plastic intake manifold. Continue reading Engine Toyota 1ZZ