Jdm 98 Supra 2jz Gte Twin Turbo Engine For Sale JDM 94-98 Toyota Supra 2JZ GTE Twin Turbo Engine 6 Speed Getrag Transmission BOX Package comes with the following Part : Complete Engine Head and Block 6 Speed Getrag v161 Transmission ECU TCU Twin Turbo and manifold Wiring Harness Downpipe Starter Distributor Alternator
Toyota’s Supra can be traced back to the late 1970s when the nameplate spun off as a moderately hulked-up version of the company’s second-generation Celica coupe. Celica Supras were built with longer wheelbases, were wider, and had more powerful six-cylinder engines. But they were still Celicas.
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Jdm 98 Supra 2jz Gte Twin Turbo Engine For Sale
- Here in the US, the 2JZ-GTE, which was a clean-sheet design, wholly independent of the preceding Supra’s 7M-GTE, was available only in ’93-’98 Supra Turbo models.
- In Japan the 2JZ-GTE was introduced in ’91 underneath the Toyota Aristo’s hood and survived within select Japanese Supras until it was curtains for the car altogether in ’02.
- The 2JZ-GTE’s naturally aspirated and easier-to-find older sibling, the 2JZ-GE, is based upon the same short-block and nearly identical but higher-compression rotating assembly, but as far as Toyota’s concerned, is only good for about 230 hp. You don’t care about these. Stay away from them by not looking underneath the hoods of non-turbo, fourth generation Supras, as well as Lexus’ IS300, GS300, and SC300.
THE JDM ALTERNATIVE
Overseas derivatives of the 2JZ-GTE include the 1JZ-GTE—a de-stroked, 2.5L version of the familiar cast-iron long block of which later versions featured variable intake cam phasing and a single turbo. Even the 2JZ-GTE was updated for the Japanese market in ’97, when the engine received the same VVT-i treatment as the 1JZ-GTE with updated turbos. But you don’t live in Japan, and chances are the engine you care about is the North American-bound 3.0L that makes more power and made you want the Japanese-made supercar since before you were old enough to reach the pedals on a Huffy. But you should; JDM engines are easier to source, less expensive, and just as capable despite some of their shortcomings, like smaller fuel injectors and cams.