Engine Toyota 3RZ-FE

The 3RZ-FE engine was developed in 1994 and turned out to be not only the most powerful, but also the most successful example of the “RZ” series of motors. In this engine, Toyota designers managed to optimally use the main advantages of the I4 inline 4-cylinder layout (low manufacturing cost, simplicity and reliability of operation) and at the same time minimize its disadvantages due to the use of a complex balance shafts in the design. Continue reading Engine Toyota 3RZ-FE

Engine Toyota 2TR

Domestic motorists know the 2TR-FE engine mainly from the Toyota Prado SUV, under the hood of which it has been installed since 2006. On some other models, for example on the Hilux, the engine has been installed since 2004. The 2TR engine became a development of the 1TR engine, only the engine was spoiled well – they added a second chain and a bunch of unnecessary parts to distribute it on commercial vehicles (trucks and taxis). Continue reading Engine Toyota 2TR

Engine Toyota 1GR

Toyota GR series engines are V6 gasoline engines manufactured by Toyota. The GR series engines consist of a die-cast aluminum engine block with an aluminum cylinder head with two camshafts. Structurally, the angle between the pistons is 60 degrees. Injection engine with 4 valves per cylinder, forged connecting rods, one-piece cast camshaft and cast aluminum intake manifold. The GR series engines replaced engines such as the MZ V6 and JZ inline 6, as well as the V6 VZ used on light trucks. Continue reading Engine Toyota 1GR

Engine Toyota 3VZ-FE

The 3VZ-FE engine has been installed in Toyota vehicles since 1993. It is a 2-shaft overhead valve engine. The camshaft drive is from the chain. There are 2 intake and outlet valves per cylinder. The left camshaft in the direction of the vehicle controls the intake valves, and the right camshaft controls the outlet valves. All 3VZ engines are equipped with an electronic fuel injection system. Continue reading Engine Toyota 3VZ-FE