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Toyota S engine
3S-GE
Automotive industryToyota Motor Corporation
Production1982-2007

The Toyota S Series engines are a family of Straight-4 Internal combustion engine with displacement from 1.8 L to 2.2 L produced by Toyota Motor Corporation. The series has cast iron engine blocks and alloy cylinder heads.

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Table of S-block engines


S block engines
Code Years Bore Stroke Compr. Displ. Power Torque Notes
1S 82-88 80.5 mm 89.9 mm - 1832 cc 90 hp@5200 rpm 141 Nm@3400 rpm Cressida/MKII/Chaser (SX6x)

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1S-U 82-86 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 100 hp@5400 rpm 152 Nm@3400 rpm Cressida/MKII/Chaser (SX6x)

Carina A6 (SA60)

1S-U 86 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 95 hp@5200 rpm 152 Nm@3400 rpm Cressida/MKII/Chaser (SX6x)
1S-E 84-87 80.5 mm 89.9 mm ? 1832 cc ? ? Cressida/MKII/Chaser (SX6x)
1S-EU 85 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 105 hp@5400 rpm 160 Nm@2800 rpm -
1S-ELU 86 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 115 hp@5400 rpm 164 Nm@4000 rpm ?
1S-ELU 86 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 100 hp@5200 rpm 154 Nm@4000 rpm EU
1S-i 84- 80.5 mm 89.9 mm - 1832 cc ? ? -
1S-iLU 86 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 105 hp@5400 rpm 157 Nm@3400 rpm -
1S-iLU 86 80.5 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1832 cc 90 hp@5200 rpm 142 Nm@3400 rpm EU
2S 84- 84.0 mm 89.9 mm - 1995 cc ? ? -
2S-C 83-85 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 8.7:1 1995 cc 73 kW @ 5200 rpm 157 Nm @ 3200 rpm Corona (ST141) (Australia)
2S-E 82-87 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 8.7:1 1995 cc 92 hp@4200 rpm 153 Nm@2400 rpm -
2S-E 86 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 8.7:1 1995 cc 97 hp - cat
2S-E 86 84.0 mm 89.9 mm - 1995 cc 116 hp - -
2S-ELU 86 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 8.7:1 1995 cc 120 hp@5400 rpm 173 Nm@4000 rpm -
2S-ELU 84-86 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1995 cc 107 hp@5200 rpm 173 Nm@4000 rpm EU
2S-ELU 86 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 9:1 1995 cc 98 hp@5400 rpm 160 Nm@4000 rpm US
2S-E -1986 84.0 mm 89.9 mm 8.7:1 1995 cc 74 kW@5400 rpm 161 Nm@4000 rpm Camry SV11
3S-FC 87-91 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.8:1 1998 cc 85 kW@5600 rpm 166 Nm@4400 rpm Equipped with catalytic converter, was available only in third-world markets
3S-FE 87-90 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.8:1 1998 cc 90 kW@5600 rpm 169 Nm@4400 rpm -SS1 (ST202)
3S-FE 87-94 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.8:1 1998 cc 85 kW@5600 rpm 162 Nm@4400 rpm Equipped with catalytic converter
3S-FE 95-98 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.8:1 1998 cc 96 kW@6000 rpm 178 Nm@4400 rpm Refined valve timing and ECU settings, introduced with Carina E (T19) model
3S-FE 1998-2000 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.8:1 1998 cc 94 kW@6000 rpm 178 Nm@4400 rpm Slightly less power with better torque characteristics. Stricter pollution control. Introduced with the new Avensis (T22) model
3S-FSE 2001-2003(?) 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.8:1 1998 cc 110 kW@6000 rpm 192 Nm@4000 rpm D-4 (Direct injection), VVT-i (only available in EU/Japan markets?)
3S-GE 85-89 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.2:1 1998 cc 103 kW@6200 rpm 175 Nm@4800 rpm Celica 2.0 GT-i 16, GT-R (ST162)
3S-GE late-89-93 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 10.0:1 1998 cc 115 kW@6600 rpm 186 Nm@4800 rpm Celica 2.0 GT-i 16, GT-R (ST182/ST183), MR2 (SW20)
3S-GE 94-99 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 10.0:1 1998 cc 137 kW@7000 rpm 192 Nm@4800 rpm Celica GT, SS-II (ST202), MR2 (SW20)
3S-GE 1999- 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 10.0:1 1998 cc 150 kW @ 7000 rpm 191 Nm @ 4800 rpm MR2 (SW20)
3S-GT (503E) 1987-199? 89.0 mm 86.0 mm 7.0:1 2140 cc kW (560 hp) Nm (471 ft·lbf) @5500 rpm 87C, 88C, Eagle HF89, Eagle Mk III
3S-GT (503E) 1987-1989 89.0 mm 86.0 mm 7.0:1 2140 cc kW (680 hp) @8500 rpm @5500Nm (471 ft·lbf) @5500 rpm 87C, 88C (24 Hours of Le Mans setup with CT26R turbocharger)
3S-GT (503E) 1995-1996 89.0 mm 86.0 mm 7.0:1 2140 cc kW (680 hp) @8500 rpm Supra GT JZA80 (24 Hours of Le Mans setup, Garrett turbocharger with 55.9mm restrictor)
3S-GT (503E) 1997 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 7.0:1 1998 cc kW (480 hp) @6800 rpm Nm (471 ft·lbf) @4500 rpm Supra GT JZA80 (Super GT setup with 45.3mm restrictor)
3S-GTE 86-89 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 8.5:1 1998 cc 136 kW (182 hp) @6000 rpm 250 Nm (184 ft·lbf) @3600 rpm Celica GT-Four (ST165)
3S-GTE 90-93 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 8.8:1 1998 cc 165 kW (221 hp) @6000 rpm 304 Nm (224 ft·lbf) @3200 rpm Celica GT-Four (ST185), MR2 (SW20)
3S-GTE 94-99 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 8.5:1 1998 cc 180 kW (241 hp) @6000 rpm 304 Nm (224 ft·lbf) @4000 rpm Celica GT-Four (ST205), MR2 (SW20)
3S-GTE 1999- 86.0 mm 86.0 mm 9.0:1 1998 cc 191 kW (256 hp) @6200 rpm 324 Nm (239 ft·lbf) @4400 rpm Caldina GT-T (ST215), GT-Four (ST246)
4S-Fi 87-91 82.5 mm 86.0 mm 9.3:1 1838 cc 77 kW@5600 rpm 149 Nm@2800 rpm Single point fuel injection
4S-FE 95-98 82.5 mm 86.0 mm 9.5:1 1838 cc 92 kW@6000 rpm 162 Nm@4600 rpm MKII/Chaser (SX8x)

Vista Etoile (SV-30)

5S-FE 1990-92 87.1 mm 90.9 mm 9.5:1 2162 cc 130 hp (97 kW)@5400 rpm 145 ft·lbf (196 Nm)@4400 rpm Celica ST184 (5th Gen) Australia, MR2 (SW21), Toyota Camry
5S-FE 1993-2001 87.1 mm 90.9 mm 9.5:1 2162 cc 135 hp (101 kW)@5400 rpm 145 ft·lbf (196 Nm)@4400 rpm Celica ST204 (6th Gen) Australia, Toyota Camry
5S-FE 1997-1999 .mm .mm .: cc 133 hp @5200 rpm 147 ft·lbf @ 4400 rpm Camry (4th Gen) U.S spec 1st semester styling
5S-FE 2000-2001 87.0mm 91.0mm .: 2164cc 136 hp @5200 rpm 150 ft·lbf @4400 rpm Camry (4th Gen) U.S spec 2nd semester styling

2.0 Litre


2S-E

Second revision of the block. Already equipped with Electronic fuel injection. This particular engine was used in the Toyota Camry and in the Celica on the US market. Last of the few S engines which is not equipped with Twincam. The single overhead cam was fitted with Bucket tappet with so called "hockey puck" adjusting discs.

3S-FE

The Toyota 3S-FE is a 16 valve 2.0L Twincam, single cam gear engine built by Toyota from 1986 to 2000. Its common use is in the Toyota Camry 1987-1992 model, the Toyota Celica 1986-1989, Toyota Carina II 1987-1992, Toyota Carina ED 1990-1992 and E 1993-1998 models, Toyota Corona T190 as well as Toyota Avensis 1997-2000 models and Toyota RAV4, 1994-2000 and Toyota Picnic/Ipsum 1996-2002. It also powers the 6th generation Toyota Celica SS-I and SS-2(Japanese Domestic Market only).

3S-GE

Modified Toyota 3S-GE

The engine used in the Toyota Celica GT-S versions, from 1986 to 1989 in the US and 1986 to 1999 everywhere else, after which they switched to the 5S-FE in the US and then the Toyota ZZ engine.

More information: 3S-GE

3S-GE BEAMS

Main article: Toyota 3S-GE engine

The fourth generation of the Toyota 3S-GE series, dubbed by Toyota as "Breakthrough Engine with Advanced Mechanism System". This series is technically advanced, even more so than the 2JZ-GTE. The first generation engine (Red Top) uses single cam VVT-i, the second (Black Top) employs dual VVT-i (on both the intake and exhaust) to provide 150 kW. It is available on the Toyota Altezza, Celica, Caldina, Corona and MR2 and is the only 3S-GE to arrive in a rear-wheel drive layout from factory.

3S-GTE

Main article: Toyota 3S-GTE engine

The 3S-GTE takes the basic design of the Toyota 3S-GE engine, reduces the Compression ratio to 8.5:1, and adds a Turbocharger. There are four generations of this engine, which started manufacture in 1986, and continues to the current day.

3S-GTE usage in Toyotas
Generation Year Model
1 1986-1989 Celica ST165
2 1990-1994 Celica ST185(-1993), MR2 SW20 Revision 1-2
3 1994-1999 Celica ST205, MR2 SW20 Revision 3-5
4 1997-2003, 2003-... Caldina ST215 (GT-T), ST246 (GT-Four)

The turbochargers used in the 3S-GTE engines are Toyota designs. The first and second generations used the Toyota CT26, although the second-generation turbo was modified for increased reliability. The third-generation engine uses the (enthusiast dubbed) Toyota CT20b turbo, and the fourth uses a Proprietary CT20b turbocharger whose exhaust housing is actually cast into the cylinder Exhaust manifold, rather than the normal practice of a separate exhaust housing after the cylinder Exhaust manifold and it can only be used on the 4th Gen 3S-GTE head and not backwards compatible like the CT20b of the 3rd Gen 3S-GTE. Up to 260 hp in stock engine.

2.2 Litre


5S-FE

This engine was essentially the same basic design as the 3S-FE, but features an increased stroke, and the total displacement was increased to 2.2 L. It was only marketed for the American and Australian markets, and are used in the 5th and 6th generation Celica, the 2nd generation MR2, the 3rd and 4th generation Camry, as well as the 1st generation Camry Solara. The 5S-FE was available in several variations each being distinguished by the Valve Cover design. The 1st gen introduced in the 1990-1992 Celica GT/GT-S, and MR2 had a power rating of 130 hp and 144 lbs-ft/torque. the 2nd Gen was introduced in 1993 with the 5th Gen Celica ST184, and continued on throughout the 6th Gen Celica ST204. The 2nd gen was also used in the MR2 SW21 and Toyota Camry/Scepter XV10 series and had a power output of 135 hp and 145 lbs-ft/torque. In states that had adopted California State Emissions the 5S-FE was rated at 130 hp and 145 lbs-ft/torque, this was due mainly to Emission equipment used in order to meet the Emissions regulations of those states. The 3rd Gen was the last 5S-FE engine to be produced and was used in the 1997-2001 Camry XV20 and 1999-2001 Camry Solara. From 1997-1999 the Engine Produced 133 hp @ 5200 RPM and 147 lbs-ft/torque @ 4400 RPM. from 2000-2001 the Engine received modest improvements upping power output to 136 hp @ 5200 rpms and 150 lbs-ft/torque @ 4400 Rpms. The 5S-FE was replaced in all Applications by the 2.4 Liter 2AZ-FE engine



Stats:
Engine:
2.2 L four EFI DOHC

Horsepower:
1990-92 130 hp (97 kW)@5400 rpm
1993-96 135 hp (101 kW)@5400 rpm
1997-99 133 hp (99 kW)@5400 rpm
2000-01 136 hp (101 kW)@5400 rpm

Torque:
1990-92 144@4400 rpm
1993-96 145@4400 rpm
1997-99 147@4400 rpm
2000-01 150@4400 rpm

Bore:
3.43 in (87,12mm)
Stroke:
3.58 in (90,93mm)
Compression ratio:
9.5:1


Models with this engine:

  • ST204 (US Generation 6 Celica GT)
  • ST184 (US Generation 5 Celica GT, GT-S and SX. Australian Generation 5 Celica SX)
  • SW21 (US Generation 2 MR2 Non-Turbo)
  • SXV10 (Camry 1992-96)
  • SXV20 (Camry 1997-01)

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