Engine Toyota 2NZ-FE

2NZ engine – 4-stroke 4-cylinder gasoline with electronic fuel injection and ignition control system, in-line cylinders and pistons rotating one common crankshaft, with two overhead camshafts (usually with a variable valve timing system of an internal combustion engine VVT-i). The engine has a closed-type forced circulation liquid cooling system. Combined lubrication system: pressure and spray. Continue reading Engine Toyota 2NZ-FE

Engine Toyota 1NZ

The 1NZ engine belongs to a series of long-acting engines with a small volume, designed for Toyota cars of a small class. They began to produce motors of this series in 1997, but even now they are successfully used in modern car models. The NZ motor is a 4-cylinder power unit with straight cylinders. The cylinder block and head are made of aluminum alloys, liners are made with thin cast iron walls, open-type cooling. Continue reading Engine Toyota 1NZ

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