Toyota TZ engine

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The Toyota TZ engine is the series of the water cooling serial 4 cylinder gasoline engines of the Toyota Motor Corporation.

The TZ supplanted the Toyota Y engine in the Toyota Estima/Previa when it replaced the Toyota Van.

Translated from Japanese Wiki [1]

Production

  • Production leadtime
  • 1990 May - 2000 January (for country)

2TZ-FE

  • Type:DOHC 16 valve EFI
  • Aerodynamic volume displacement: 2.438L
  • Inside diameter × distance: 95.0×86.0 (mm)
  • Compression ratio: 9.3
  • Reference output: 99 kW (133 hp)/5,000rpm
  • Reference torque: 206 N·m (152 lb·ft)/4,000rpm
  • On-board model (vehicle type)

Applications: Estima (TCR10W/11W/20W/21W) Estima Emina/Lucida (TCR10G/11G/20G/21G)

2TZ-FZE

  • Type: The DOHC 16 valve supercharger EFI with intercooler
  • Aerodynamic volume displacement: 2.438L
  • Inside diameter × distance: 95.0×86.0 (mm)
  • Compression ratio: 8.9
  • Reference output: 118 kW (158 hp)/5,000rpm
  • Reference torque: 258 N·m (190 lb·ft)/3,600rpm
  • On-board model (vehicle type)

Applications: Estima (TCR10W/11W/20W/21W)