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    Toyota Engines - 2JZ-FSE and 2GR-FSE

    Hey All,

    Just wondering if anyone has any further knowledge on these engines, the 2GR-FSE could be a nice swap for an NA, does anyone know how much the 2JZ-GTE and GE engine weigh?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_JZ_engine

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_GR_engine
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    I've got a contact in the states who can get the 2GR-FSE's at a decent price with loom, accelerator pedal, ecu, etc for installation over here. There's a fair few of the 2GR-FE's been put in to MR2's now. Great engines when put on a nice manual box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny g View Post
    I've got a contact in the states who can get the 2GR-FSE's at a decent price with loom, accelerator pedal, ecu, etc for installation over here. There's a fair few of the 2GR-FE's been put in to MR2's now. Great engines when put on a nice manual box.
    If wiki is to be believed then I would agree, nice power and torque by the looks of it, I wonder if there are any Getrag bell housings.
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    a bit of Wiki

    In around 2000, Toyota introduced what are probably the least recognised members of the JZ engine family the FSE direct injection variants. These FSE 1JZ and 2JZ engines are aimed at achieving minimal emissions and fuel consumption together with no loss of performance.

    The 2.5-litre 1JZ-FSE employs the same block as the conventional 1JZ-GE; everything up top, however, is unique. The D4 FSE employs a relatively narrow angle cylinder head with swirl control valves that serve to improve combustion efficiency. This is necessary to run at extremely lean air-fuel ratios around 20 to 40:1 at certain engine load and revs. Not surprisingly, fuel consumption is reduced by around 20 percent (when tested in the Japanese 10/15 urban mode).

    Interestingly, normal unleaded fuel is enough to cope with the FSEs 11:1 compression ratio.

    The direct injection version of the 1JZ generates 147 kW (197HP) and 250Nm (184ft lbs) virtually the same as the conventional VVT-i 1JZ-GE. This highly efficient engine is fitted to the 2000 Mark II, 2001 Brevis, Progres, Verossa, Crown and Crown Estate. All are fitted with an automatic transmission.

    The 3-litre 2JZ-FSE uses the same direct injection principle as the smaller 1JZ version but runs an even higher 11.3:1 compression ratio. This engine matches the conventional VVT-i 2JZ-GE with 162 kW (217HP) and 294Nm (216ft lbs). The 2JZ-FSE is fitted to certain 1999 Crown models and the 2001 Brevis and Progres. Again, all use automatic transmissions.
    I recon one of these running on LPG would make for a great daily driver
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    FSE would be perfect IMO, even on a lazy 4 speed auto it should provide stock TT performance-ish.
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