Users' questions

How much does a 1JZ engine cost?

How much does a 1JZ engine cost?

expect to spend about $6,000-$7,000 for parts & labor (meaning, w/ good quality parts & labor.)

How much HP can a 1JZ handle?

A general rule of thumb is that the 1JZ stock bottom end is good for about 650-700 horsepower, and the stock 2JZ bottom end is good for about 800 horsepower.

Are 1JZ engines reliable?

The most durable and reliable 1JZ is a simple non-VVT-i 1JZ-GE engine. The longevity is well over 200,000 miles (320,000 km), but they are old now and find one of these engines in a good shape is not an easy task.

How long does a 1JZ engine last?

The life time is 80,000-100,000 km. Antifreeze is used as a coolant, which has to be replaced every 3 years or every 60,000km. The engines of the 1JZ series do not demand special spark plugs: you can install regular, platinum or iridium spark plugs.

What kind of power does a 1JZ engine have?

Stock power ranges from 180 NASP to 280 bhp on the turbo variants. 1JZ power gains – Turbo and boost controller will hit around 365bhp ig you uprate the fuelling you can see 400bhp with the right turbo and 550bhp with engine management. The engine power comes on quite low so makes for a great daily driver.

Which is the largest supplier of JDM engines?

JDM Engine Depot is the largest supplier of high quality and reliable JDM engines, transmissions, suspensions and accessories. Directly imported from Japan, our company offers a widespread variety of engines from Lexus/Toyota, Honda/Acura, Nissan/Infiniti, Subaru, Mazda, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, and other JDM brands.

What’s the displacement of a Toyota JZ engine?

The 1JZ came first, featuring 24 valves and 2.5-litres of displacement followed by the 2JZ which had its stroke increased, amounting to 3.0-litres. The predecessor to those engines is the 7MGTE which is known for having various cylinder head issues, but the JZ series was built much stronger, making it perfect for some serious tuning.

When did the Toyota Crown get the JZ engine?

One of Toyota’s most popular saloons, the Crown has been a hit since 1955. But it was in its ninth generation that it managed to acquire a legendary JZ powerplant. Using both 1JZ and 2JZ variants depending on the age and trim level, the Crown featured these straight sixes from 1991-2003, mating them to either four or five-speed transmissions.