Buy Toyota 1gr-Fe Used Engines For Sale
The 1GR-FE engine has 6 cylinders in a V arrangement at a bank angle of 60° The 1GR-FE features a lightweight die-cast aluminum block with a four-bearings crankshaft and two aluminum heads with two camshafts (DOHC) and four valves per cylinder (24 in total). The Toyota 1GR-FE engine is equipped with SFI (Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection) system, Direct Ignition System (DIS) with individual coils on each spark plug and VVTi (Variable Valve Timing) system for the intake camshafts. In 2009, an updated version of this engine was introduced, it is equipped with Dual VVT-i system on both intake and exhaust sides.Buy Toyota 1gr-Fe Used Engines For Sale
|Four stroke, V6, DOHC
|4.0 L, 3,956 cm<sup3< sup=””>> (241.4 cu in)</sup3<>
|Sequential multi-point fuel injection (MPFI)
|From 240 PS (176 kW; 236 HP) at 5,200 rpm
to 290 PS (213 kW; 285 HP) at 5,600 rpm
|From 367 N·m (37.4 kg·m, 270 ft·lb) at 4,000 rpm
to 377 N·m (38.4 kg·m, 277.8 ft·lb) at 4,400 rpm
|Dimensions (L x W x H):
|166 kg (366 lbs)
The 1GR-FE is a 4.0-liter V6 gasoline engine designed by Toyota for SUVs and RWD/4WD pickups. This 4.0-liter member of The Toyota GR engine family, together with 3.5-liter 2GR-FE, replaced the previous MZ V6 engines. The 1GR was first available in 2002 in the Toyota 4Runner and Land Cruiser Prado. After update in 2009 (Dual VVT-i 1GR-FE), the engine continues his life and still used in some four-wheel drive Toyota and Lexus vehicles like Toyota Tundra and Lexus GX 400.
The 1GR engine has an open-deck 60-degree V angle aluminum cylinder block with cast iron liners. Inside the block, there is a forged steel crankshaft with nine counterweights and four main journals, forged connecting rods, and aluminum alloy pistons. The engine uses oil jets mounted inside the engine block which sprayed oil to the bottom side of the pistons for temperature reduction. The piston skirts have a resin coating to reduce friction.
The engine has aluminum cylinder heads. The double overhead camshafts are driven by the primary and secondary timing chain. The primary timing chain drives the intake camshafts and then the intake camshaft drives the exhaust camshaft via the secondary chain. The first 1GR-FE engine (until 2009 model year) had the variable valve timing (VVT-i) on the intake. Cylinder heads for this engine have four valves per cylinder. The valves are actuated via shimless type valve lifters. The heads are covered by aluminum cylinder head covers.
There is a plastic intake manifold mounted on top of the engine. The intake is equipped with Toyota’s Acoustic Control Induction System (ACIS). The special air control valve varies the effective length of the intake manifold according to engine speed and optimizes the engine output. The Toyota’s Electronic Throttle Control System-intelligent (ETCS-i) system is also applied. The engine uses a sequential fuel injection system with twelve-hole fuel nozzles for each cylinder. The ignition is the Toyota’s DIS ignition. Each cylinder has individual ignition coil integrated into the spark plug cap. Each head has a stainless-steel exhaust manifold (header) with an integrated three-way ceramic-type catalytic converter.