2JZ engine swap compilation video that you must see!

2JZ engine swap2JZ engine swap compilation video that you must see! There’s only one thing you should worry about when you have the 2JZ strapped, and that is the fuel tank. The beast will need to be fed every time you step on the pedal to the floor. The Toyota JZ engine is a series of inline-6 automobile engines. A replacement for the M-series inline-6 engines, the JZ engines were 24-valve DOHC engines. The JZ engine was offered in two different forms. No turbo with engine code 2JZ GE and twin turbo with engine code 2JZ GTE.

2JZ engine swap compilation video that you must see!

The 2JZ-GE is a common version. Output is 215–230 PS (158–169 kW; 212–227 bhp) at 5800 to 6000 rpm and 209–220 lb·ft (283–298 N·m) of torque at 3800 to 4800 rpm. It uses Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection, has an aluminum head and 4 valves per cylinder with some versions using VVT-i, along with a cast-iron cylinder block. The VVT-i version also featured DIS in favor of the traditional distributor set-up previously seen on the 2JZ-GE. The 2JZ-GTE is an inline-layout, six-cylinder, belt-driven dual-overhead camshaft. Twin turbo cast-iron block, aluminium cylinder headed engine. It was designed and manufactured by Toyota Motor Corporation from 1991 until 2002 in Japan.

A lot of these cars that have the 2JZ engine swap had some serious modifications done on them. There is the transmission modification in order to attach it to the engine as not all fit it. Just check out the Ford Model A rat rod, and the Datsun 240Z! Just wow! That’s why it is always good to have a mechanic on your side that knows his field not some rookie that could ruin everything. Some rat rods were built to carry the 2jz engine and they are proudly doing it. Check out this 2JZ engine swap compilation video!!

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