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2jz gte in a first gen?


Would it fit? I have seen a first gen with a 1jz gte but not a 2jz. I can't imagine the size being much different. I have been able to find only a little information on 2jz/1jz swaps into 4runners. I found one guy that put a 2jz into a early 90s pickup. It was a tight fit, but it worked. Anyone had any experience with either engine?

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I don't know much, but my assumption would be that it would be pretty extensive work to get it all to work. I want to see how tight of a fit a straight 6 is.
I think it would be a sweet setup though!

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I don't have experience with this particular swap, but I've done a large V8 swap (350 Chevy), and the length of that was a problem--I can't imagine an engine with six cylinders (albeit somewhat smaller cyliinders) front to back being any better. I had to move the whole drivetrain backward about four inches, make a new crossmember mount, and resize the driveshafts, and I still couldn't fit a decent fan inside the engine compartment.

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Yeah I figure the length is what will give me the most trouble. I really want a 2jz gte so I'll do whatever it takes to make it work.

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With more research I found that the 1jz is the same length as the 2jz

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Yeah I figure the length is what will give me the most trouble. I really want a 2jz gte so I'll do whatever it takes to make it work.

Lots of people have put 7m engines in these runners. It's an inline 6 so I would think the 2jz engines aren't much longer if longer at all.
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Lots of people have put 7m engines in these runners. It's an inline 6 so I would think the 2jz engines aren't much longer if longer at all.

Yeah I looked into the 7mgte a bit, but the 2jz has 100 more horsepower stock with not much of a size difference like you said so I'd definitely go with the 2jz

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You better post lots of pics when you get this started!
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You better post lots of pics when you get this started!
For sure! It will be in the build! It's not going to happen for while though. I have a few other things to do first.. Like LT

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The 10 Coolest 2JZ Engine Swaps in Super Street History

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(Updated February 2020) There is no arguing the potency of Toyota's turbocharged 3.0-liter 2JZ-GTE inline-6 engine. Its power potential is extreme and aftermarket support is strong. For this reason, the famed 2JZ motor has been swapped into more than just JDM platforms. Below you will find some of our favorite 2JZ swaps from previous builds featured on Super Street.

Our Favorite 2JZ Swaps

GReddy/Scion Racing/Ken Gushi's Scion FR-S

A car that needs little introduction, this was (is?) Ken Gushi's chariot for Formula D pro drifting. We shot the Rocket Bunny V2-kitted Scion after it debuted at the 2013 SEMA Show before it was dressed in a livery. The entire car was built by GReddy, which included the 3.4-liter 2JZ beast matched with a T88 turbo-perfect for high horsepower and drifting duties.

Westly Yacinthe's 1993 Mazda RX-7

We couldn't do this list without having an FD or two in the mix. The cover car by Westly Yacinthe of Florida broke our necks with its powerful 2JZ swap - making 1,038hp, to be exact. And sporting classic Veilside styling, it's hard for us not to dig this sweet and sacrilegious RX-7.

Ranz Motorsports' 1973 Mercedes 280C

This '70s classic stole the show at SEMA 2012 in the Nitto Tire booth. Built by Ranz Motorsports of Southern California, the ol' Benz drives completely like factory with no check engine lights. Inside, it also rocks a complete Lexus IS 250 interior with power seats and all. This 2JZ -powered car is pristine!

Kazama Auto's 2005 Lexus IS 250

Kazama modified the engine compartment, floorboard, suspension and driveline to make its 2JZ run like butter. The electronic steering was ditched for a UCF30 rack out of the LS430 - not easy at all! When all was said and done, the widebody sedan (nicknamed IS-GT Concept) makes 600-plus horsepower and is still one of the baddest IS's to date.

C&Y Sports' Nissan Fairlady Z

The Nagoya-based shop C&Y Sports realized RB and SR swaps were getting played out in Japan for the Z32 chassis. So they stepped up the game, dropping in this built 3.1-liter 2JZ that runs two different setups - 550hp for the street and 700hp for the track with a larger turbo. Along with Mission aero, TE37s and Trust brakes, this might be one of the dopest Z32s in tuner history!

Scott Kanemura's 1972 Toyota Hilux Pickup

Scott Kanemura's Hilux is pretty badass, even though it's still under construction. The truck is floored to the ground thanks to a notched frame, custom rear suspension and new front suspension based on the Ford Mustang. The 2JZ received stronger rods and an HKS/Garrett turbo. It's still rusted and in a primer finish, but we think it adds to this pickup's rugged and a gangsta character.

Chris Bishop's 1996 Infiniti Q45

Wait, this wasn't in Super Street! We decided to steal this from our friends at Import Tuner because it's a pretty sick build. The Q45 is straight up VIP murder status with its all-black look, custom Work wheels and stance. Under the hood, the owner ditched the V8 for a reliable 2JZ swap that makes a solid 449whp.

Rogue Status' 2008 Scion xB

Not only is this xB rockin' the 2J swap, it's also converted to rear-wheel drive! Originally owned by one of the lead partners in DTA/Rogue Status, the widebody Scion was one-of-a-kind and put down a dependable 400whp on pump gas. We have legendary Papadakis Racing to thank for this wicked project.

Steven Mills' 2004 Nissan 350Z

One of the wilder Z33s we've featured, Steven Mills used the help of Tech2 Motorsports to complete his swap. The owner originally felt the factory VQ wasn't going to make enough power and offer the reliability that a 2JZ-GTE would. Sure enough, he built his ings+1-kitted 350Z to 700hp.

E-Shift Performance's BMW 325i and M5

New Jersey's E-Shift Performance was already known for doing swaps on RX-7s and 240s but these two BMWs featured in the now-retired eurotuner mag caught our attention most. The E36 325i is a stealthy street car that makes 517whp on pump gas, but the E39 M5 is the most blasphemous project. Ditching an already buff 5.0-liter V8, E-Shift dropped in a 550whp 2JZ. The project wasn't received well by Euro purists, but E-Shift reaffirmed that the Toyota motor made the most reliable and affordable horsepower with the least amount of maintenance and headaches.

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Zach Leitzke's 1,200HP 2000 Honda S2000
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Swap toyota pickup 2jz

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

This 1986 Toyota 4×4 Turbo truck was purchased by @thedisgruntledtech to be a fun daily driver. The project took a few turns before arriving at that goal.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

The truck came from the factory with a turbocharged 2.4 L 22R-TE inline-four which blew at some point under the previous ownership. They rebuilt it poorly using a non-turbo 22RE block and head. They also removed the turbocharger and turbo manifold but kept the 22R-TE ECU, MAF, and injectors.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

The current owner went through a lot of effort rebuilding the motor to factory turbo specs. He drove the truck with the 22R-TE inline-four for a year before the stock turbocharger died. That is when an interesting idea formed.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

The owner also possessed a 1989 Supra Turbo with plans to install a twin-turbo 2JZ-GTE VVT-i inline-six. Soon he dreamed of the 2JZ sitting in the truck’s engine bay. He install the twin-turbo inline-six using a CX Racing motor mounts, radiator, intercooler, and a Tweak’d Performance wiring harness. He also had to notch the oil pan.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

The 2JZ-GTE is mostly stock retaining the factory injectors, ECU, and turbochargers. The owner did convert the twin-turbo system from sequential to parallel bypassing the valves. This was done to simply the system and protect the rear turbocharger from possible damage. An Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator, Walbro 255 pump, and stainless braided lines were installed to fed the motor plenty of fuel.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

The biggest obstacle to retaining the 4×4 drivetrain was the truck’s R151F transmission. Toyota’s R-series transmissions use different input shaft lengths based on models and years. So a lot of time was spent searching before finding a custom bellhousing on eBay capable of properly mating the 2JZ to the R151F transmission. The transmission also received a Clutch Masters stage 2 clutch and lightweight flywheel for non-turbo Supra.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

You can view more photos of the truck on the owner’s Instagram and follow the Mk3 Supra’s progress which is still receiving a 2JZ-GTE.

1986 Toyota 4x4 truck with a 2JZ-GTE inline-six

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Swapped! 1986 Toyota Pickup Gets TT Supra 2JZ-GTE

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Few engines have ever become as legendary in the tuning and modding world as the fourth-gen Supra's 2JZ-GTE.

The first year of the fifth-generation Supra has come and gone with much less fanfare than Toyota probably hoped. Blame the car's lack of media dominance on the coronavirus pandemic or styling more reminiscent of a Lexus, but the new Supra has already received a range of upgrades for the 2021 model year that Toyota no doubt hopes will revamp its chances on the market.

Still, there's never going to be a doubt that Toyota might have made the wrong choice to outsource the new Supra to BMW, which builds the car along with its Z4 sibling—especially the inline-six engine under the hood. After all, few engines have ever become as legendary in the tuning and modding world as the fourth-gen Supra's 2JZ-GTE. So much so, even, that dropping a 2JZ-GTE into a 1980s Toyota truck sounds like a brilliant plan.

The Build

In a long series of Instagram posts and a feature on Engine Swap Depot, owner Chris Sutton (aka @thedisgruntledtech) documents the process of building his perfect pickup truck daily driver. Originally, Sutton acquired the truck with a formerly rebuilt version of the pickup's original turbo-four, a process that involved using a non-turbocharged block that might be Toyota's second most famous option other than the 2JZ-GTE, the 22-RE.

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Put It Together

Sutton tried to bring the inline-four back to life with a turbo, but the project didn't prove reliable after a year. Sutton did, however, own a Mk3 1989 Supra Turbo that he planned to drop a fourth-gen Supra's 2JZ-GTE twin-turbo into—but with a truck needing an engine to serve as a daily driver, the inevitable occurred. With the engine in place, a big snare was sourcing a custom bellhousing that could mate the powerplant to the truck's 4x4 gearbox, but with that problem solved via Ebay, Sutton now has what might be the world's sickest Toyota pickup truck.

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