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TOYOTA - Motores (Gasolina e Diesel)
« em: 27 de Agosto de 2005, 07:48 »
I thought it would be a good idea if we could make up a collection of information about the different engines that were used in JA's both petrol and diesel.

This will be difficult enough because there are nearly as many engines made by the companies as vehicles;)      

I will start:[acclaim]      




Toyota

B (Diesel)

Displacement: 2977 cc
Injection: indirect
Horsepower: 80 at 3600 rpm
Torque: 141 ft-lbs at 2200 rpm
Valves: 8 ohv
Bore: 95 mm
Stroke: 105 mm
Compression ratio: 21:1

Compression pressure:
Normal: 30.0 kg/cm2 (427 psi) or more
Minimum: 20.0 kg/cm2 (284 psi)
Difference: 2.0 kg/cm2 (28 psi) or less

This engine was built by Toyota, Daihatsu and Hino. You can identify the company that made it by the logo on the timing cover. It was first produced in 1974 and was stopped in 1984.

Introduced in 1974 the B series diesel engine  started the real diesel era for the Land Cruiser. The B series diesel engine is fitted to a new BJ version of the 40 Series. A four-cylinder unit displacing 2997 cc, it delivers 63 kW at 3 600 rpm and 196 NM at 2 200 rpm. Its introduction boosts Japanese home market sales, as the smaller power-unit put the diesel Cruiser in a lower tax category than its four-litre petrol-fuelled sister. Over the following years, this diesel engine is improved, eventually evolving into the 2B (3 168 cc 3/69 kW/216 NM) and 3B (3 431 cc 3/73 kW/226 NM).


Vehicles used in:

Toyota Dyna BU series
Toyota Landcruiser BJ series
Toyota Coaster BB series
Daihatsu Delta



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Edited by: Umtali at: 23/4/08 13:34

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Re: JA's engines (Petrol and Diesel)
« Responder #1 em: 17 de Outubro de 2005, 07:39 »
motor 2T
1588 cc, 4 cilinders in line OHV
1 carburetor Aisan (?) horizontal
102cv SAE @ 5200rpm (?!)
134 Nm from 3200rpm. (!?)

motor 2T-B
1588cc, 4 cilinders in line OHV
2 carburetors Aisan horizontal
113cv SAE @ 6000rpm
148NM from 4200rpm.

motor 2T-G
1588cc, 4 cilinders in line DOHC
2 carburetors Mikuni vertical
125cv SAE @ 6400rpm
153Nm from 5200rpm.

motor 18R
Carbs (?)
1968cc, 4 cilinders in line SOHC
97cv SAE @ 5500rpm (USA) 100cv SAE @5500rpm (Japan)
143Nm from 3600rpm.

motor 4A-GE Red Top (1st evo with T-VIS)
Fuel Injected, 4 valves per cilinder
1587cc, 4 cilinders in line DOHC
130cv SAE @ 6600rpm
148Nm from 5800rpm.

motor 4A-GE Silver Top (4th evo, with VVT)
Fuel Injected, 5 valves per cilinder
1587cc, 4 cilinders in line DOHC
170cv SAE @ 7800rpm
162Nm from 5600rpm.

Note: Some versions of the 4A-GE Black or Silver top had 240cv SAE (Modificated by Formula Atlantic)

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Re: JA's engines (Petrol and Diesel)
« Responder #2 em: 18 de Outubro de 2005, 06:26 »

Toyota

5R (Petrol)

Displacement: 1994 cc
Injection: direct
Horsepower: 95 at 5400 rpm
Torque: 110 ft-lbs at 3000 rpm
Valves: 8 ohv
Bore: 88 mm
Stroke: 82 mm

Vehicles used in:

Toyota Dyna RU series
Toyota Forklifts
Toyota Crown RS series
Toyota Stout  


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Re: JA's engines (Petrol and Diesel)
« Responder #3 em: 18 de Outubro de 2005, 06:33 »
Toyota

M (Petrol)

Toyota Motor Corporation's M family is a straight-6 engine design used from the 1960s through the 1990s. All M-family engines were OHC designs with a chain-driven camshaft giving way to a belt after 1980, and they all used a cast-iron block with an aluminum head. The 4M-E was notable in that it was the first Toyota engine to be equipped with fuel injection. The M family was Toyota's top engine ( apart from the uncommon V family V8 )  for 30 years. It was commonly found on the large Toyota Crown, Cressida, Celica Supra, and Supra.


M

The first M was a 2.0 L (1988 cc) version produced from 1965 through 1988. It was a 2-valve SOHC engine. Cylinder bore and stroke was square at 75 mm (2.95 in). Output was 110 hp (82 kW) at 5600 RPM and 116 ft.lbf (157 Nm) at 3800 RPM.

An LPG version, the M-LPG, was produced from 1966 through 1988.

Twin SU downdraft carburetors pushed output for the M-B and M-D to 129 hp.

Models used in:

Toyota Crown MS-41


M-T

The turbocharged M-TEU appeared in 1980 with 145 hp (108 kW) at 5600 RPM and 156 ft.lbf (211 Nm) at 3000 RPM. It used a Garret T-03 turbo.

The M-TEU was replaced by the more-common air/water intercooled M-TE from 1983 through 1985. Output was 160 hp (119 kW) at 5600 RPM and 170 ft.lbf (230 Nm) at 3000 RPM.

Models used in:

M-TEU
1980 Toyota Supra MA-46
1980 Toyota Soarer MZ-10
1980 Toyota Crown
1980 Toyota Corona Mark II
M-TE
1982-1986 Toyota Celica Supra MK2 (Australia/Asia)


2M

The 2-valve SOHC 2M was stroked (to 85 mm/3.35 in) for 2.3 L (2253 cc). It was produced from 1966 through 1972. Output was 109-115 hp (81-86 kW) at 5200 RPM and 117-123 ft.lbf (158-166 Nm) at 3600 RPM.

2M engines were placed in the Crown, Corona Mark II, and 9 special MF-12 2000GTs. [1] (www4.tpgi.com.au/users/lo...tory.html)

Models used in:

Toyota Crown MS-45, MS-50
Toyota Corona Mark II
Toyota 2000GT MF-12


3M

Another 2.0 L (1988 cc) engine, the 2-valve DOHC 3M, was produced from 1966 through 1971. This special engine shared the original M's block but featured an aluminum sump, a special Yamaha-designed aluminum head with wide 79° valves and a hemispherical shape. It powered the Yamaha/Toyota 2000GT, the original Japanese exotic car. Output was 150 hp (112 kW) at 6600 RPM and 172 ft.lbf (233 Nm) at 4800 RPM.

Models used in:

Toyota 2000GT


4M

The engine was bored out to 80 mm (3.15 in) to create the 2.6 L (2563 cc) 2-valve SOHC 4M. Produced from 1972 through 1980, output was 108-122 hp (81-91 kW) at 5600 RPM and 134-141 ft.lbf (181-191 Nm) at 3600 RPM.

The fuel injected 4M-E was produced from 1978 through 1980. It was also a 2-valve SOHC engine. Output was 110 hp (82 kW) at 4800 RPM and 136 ft.lbf (184 Nm) at 2400 RPM.

Models used in:

1979-1981 Toyota Celica Supra MK1
Toyota Crown MS-60


5M

The Bore was up again to 83.1 mm (3.27 in) in the 2.8 L (2759 cc) 5M, produced from 1979 through 1988. Although 2-valve SOHC and carbureted versions were made, it is the fuel injected DOHC 5M-GE that is the most common.

The SOHC engine produced just 116 hp (87 kW) at 4800 RPM and 145 ft.lbf (196 Nm) at 3600 RPM.

In Australia the 5M-E (in 1985) was just 103 kW at 4800 RPM and 226 Nm at 3600 RPM due to the leaded petrol at the time.

Models used in:


5M

Toyota Crown MS-110
5M-E
1979–1983 Toyota Crown MS112 (European edition)
1979–1981 Toyota Celica Supra MK1 MA-47
1982–1986 Toyota Celica Supra MK2 MA-47 (European & Australian)


5M-GE

The 2-valve DOHC 5M-GE is familiar as the engine of the Toyota Supra and Toyota Cressida of the 1980s. It was quite different from any previous member of the M family, with Bosch L Jetronic-derived electronic fuel injection (using an AFM intake measuring scheme), wide-angle valves, and belt-driven dual camshafts. It used hydraulic valve lifters, a first for Toyota. This version of the M made its US debut in 1982's Toyota Celica Supra MK2. The 1982 version had a vacuum-advance distributor, whereas the 1983-1987 versions found in the Celica Supra and Cressida had full electronic control of the ignition system and distributor. The newer engine control system found in these later cars was named TCCS, or Toyota Computer Control System.

Output ranged from 145 to 175 hp (108 and 130 kW respectively), depending on exhaust system, emissions controls, compression ratio, intake runner shape (earlier models had round intake runners and later models had D-shaped intake runners), and ECU tuning.

There were aftermarket crank and piston kits offered for the 5M-GE that took the displacement up to 2.9 L (for 230 hp/171 kW) and 3.1 L (for 250 hp/186 kW). Outfitted with kits like the Kuwahara 3100, these engines were often used quite successfully in powerboat racing in the mid 1980s.

Models used in:

1982–1986 Toyota Celica Supra MK2 MA-60 and MA-61 (US)
1983–1988 Toyota Cressida MX-73
Toyota Crown MS-120
Toyota Soarer MZ-20
Differences between years on US model of the Celica Supra:

1982 Supra 5M-GE had vacuum-advance distributors and 9-to-0 volt output AFMs.
1982-1983 Supra 5M-GE had dual V-belt accessory drive, 65 amp alternator, square-tooth camshaft belts, 8.8:1 compression ratio, shallower oil pan, and round intake runners.
1983-1985.5 Supra 5M-GE had 0-to-5 volt output AFM's and TCCS.
1984-1985.5 Supra 5M-GE had 7-rib serpentine accessory drive belts, 60 amp alternator, round-tooth camshaft belts, 9.2:1 compression ratio, knock sensor, deeper oil pan, and D-shaped intake runners.


6M

The 5M was stroked to 91 mm (3.58 in) to create the 3.0 L (2954 cc) 6M. Only produced in 2-valve DOHC/fuel injected versions, it was available as the 6M-GE and Japan-spec 6M-GEU from 1984 through 1987 when it was replaced by the 7M. The 6M engine used the same crank, machined to accept a different torsional dampener, as the 1986-1989 7M-GE engines; this fact is witnessed by the designation "7M" stamped on the counterweight of the crank.

Output was 170-190 hp (127-142 kW) at 5600 RPM and 170-192 ft.lbf (230-260 Nm) at 4400 RPM.

Models used in:

Toyota Crown
Toyota Soarer


7M

All 3.0 L (2954 cc) 7M engines were also fuel injected and DOHC, now with 4-valve heads. The valves are spaced at a performance-oriented 50° angle. Cylinder bore was 83 mm (3.27 in) and stroke was 91 mm (3.58 in).

The engine block is a Chevy type. The engine was the most powerful engine Toyota produced until the 2JZ-GTE. The engine is also quite fuel efficient compared to others in its class.


7M-GE

The 7M-GE was produced from 1986 through 1992. Output was 190-204 hp (142-152 kW) at 6000 RPM and 185-196 ft.lbf (250-265 Nm) at 4800 RPM.

Models used in:

1986.5–1992 Toyota Supra MK3 MA-70
1989–1992 Toyota Cressida
1988–1993 Toyota Soarer
Toyota Cressida Mark II
Toyota Chaser
Toyota Crown


7M-GTE

The turbocharged 7M-GTE was Toyota's top performance engine from 1987 through 1992. Output was near 230 hp (172 kW) at 5600 RPM and 240 ft.lbf (325 Nm) at 4000 RPM for most 5 psi/0.35 bar versions.

A special evolution version with a different turbocharger pushed output to 265 hp (198 kW) at 5600 RPM and 264 ft.lbf (357 Nm) at 4400 RPM.

Models used in:

1987–1992 Toyota Supra MK3 (MA-70, MA-71) Turbo
1987–1992 Toyota Cressida
1988–1993 Toyota Soarer

Edited by: ToyotaDyna at: 18/10/05 0:35

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Re: TOYOTA - Motores (Gasolina e Diesel)
« Responder #4 em: 28 de Julho de 2008, 22:33 »
o motor do meu é 2T-C!!!!!

O que é isso?

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Re: TOYOTA - Motores (Gasolina e Diesel)
« Responder #5 em: 29 de Julho de 2008, 00:00 »
   Significa que é um motor de 1588cc que... dependendo de um código... deve ter pistões côncavos e assim diminui a taxa de compressão, ou então tem pistões de cabeça direita em que a taxa de compressão se mantém. O bloco é vermelho.

 
  A terminação em "C" significa que só tens um carburador. Os "B" significa que têm dois carburadores e são sempre com pistões de cabeça direita, a cor do bloco é verde.

 Tem 1 carburador duplo Aisan horizontal, e 102cv (SAE)@5200rpm que corresponde a (86cv DIN, salvo erro)) e 134Nm @3200rpm

Abre um tópico de projecto para o teu carro e mete as caracteristicas todas como: Trans/Axle, Colour Trim, Plant Duas letras e dois números do chassis code e a malta faz-te um diagnóstico completo á máquina ;)
« Última modificação: 29 de Julho de 2008, 00:05 por Kaizen »
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