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rsvd_idea.gif posted on January 21st, 2004 at 03:24 PM
Hundreds of jap import engine specs!


Below is a list of Japanese engines that you might be able to pick up cheap and use for an engine conversion. They are alphabetically ordered by manufacturer.
The engines are then ordered by size within each manufactuer.

A few notes;
* Japanese engines run on Japanese fuel which hovers around the 100octane mark. Therefore they are usually higher compression and higher performance than their Aust/US counterparts. If you use a jap motor, expect to have to run it on BP 98 octane fuel, or at least PULP.
* The japanese car manufacturers and government have a strange self enforced voluntary power limit on their engines. They all limit the max power of their production engines to 206kW/276HP/280PS. So when you see an engine listed with about 206kW, chances are it either has more than that, or is limited by the ECU to produce only that figure. Some people say that some of the new jap cars such as the STi 22B actually has more than it's claimed 276HP, closer to about 350HP. It is certainly possible to get a stock GTR motor to hit the 350HP mark with a simple ECU chip upgrade which get's around the stock limit by running the engine harder the whole way through the rev range. You can tell which engines are really ECU limited, by looking at the peak torque figures. If it's strangely low in the rev range, then it is being restricted somehow. A good example is the Mitsubishi 6G72 twin turbo, reaching a huge 426Nm at only 2500rpm. There is a rumour that the 206kW limit will soon be relaxed, it will be good to watch the power war if it is.
* Jap cars are also limited to 180kph max speed, these can also usually be gotten around one way or another.


Post any engines that aren't here, and I will add them to the list.

Conversions;
kW x 1.341022 = HP
Nm x 0.737561 = ft.lbs

References;
(1) www.carview.co.jp
(2) zoom magazine - killer conversions special
(3) various japanese car manufacturer websites.




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:41 AM


Daihatsu

Name: EF-JL
Type: 659cc EFI OHC 3-cyl Turbo
Power: 47kW @ 7500rpm
Torque: 92Nm @ 4000rpm
Sources: 89-92 Mira TR-XX

Name: EF-RL
Type: 659cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 6500rpm
Torque: 105Nm @ 4000rpm
Sources: 96-97 Mira TR-XX

Name: CB50 Turbo
Type: 993cc carburetted OHC 6-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 60kW @ 5500rpm
Torque: 118Nm @ 3500rpm
Sources: 83-84 Charade Turbo

Name: CB100 Turbo
Type: 993cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 78kW @ 6500rpm
Torque: 130Nm @ 3500rpm
Sources: 1991-on Charade GTti

Name: HC-E
Type: 1295cc EFI OHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 70kW @ 6500rpm
Torque: 108Nm @ 5000rpm
Sources: 92-95 Charade SR, same as Aust 1.3i engine




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:42 AM


Honda

Name: E-07A
Type: 656cc EFI OHC 3-cyl
Power: 47kW @ 8100
Torque: 60Nm @ 7000
Sources: 92-94 Honda Beat

Name: ER
Type: 1231cc EFI OHC 4-cyl turbo
Power: 74kW @ 5500 ('84-on 81kW)
Torque: 147Nm @ 3000 ('84-on 160Nm)
Sources: 83-85 City Turbo

Name: D15B
Type: 1493cc EFI OHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 75kW @ 6300
Torque: 125Nm @ 4500
Sources: 85-87 CRX and Civic Si

Name: ZC-G
Type: 1590cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 97kW @ 6800
Torque: 144Nm @ 5700
Sources: 87-89 Civic Si, Integra, same as first Aust CRX

Name: B16A VTEC
Type: 1595cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl with variable valve lift/timing
Power: 116kW @ 7600
Torque: 150Nm @ 7000
Sources: 1989-on Jap CRX and some Civics, also 1990 Integra Rsi, EK Type-R version had more power.

Name: B18C VTEC
Type: 1797cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl with variable valve lift/timing
Power: 127kW @ 7200
Torque: 74Nm @ 6000
Sources: 1995-on Integra Si (DC2 Type-R version had more power)

Name: B20A
Type: 1958cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 108kW @ 6000
Torque: 174Nm @ 4500
Sources: 88-89 Prelude DOHC

Name: H22A VTEC
Type: 2165cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl with variable valve lift/timing
Power: 147kW @ 6800
Torque: 219Nm @ 5500
Sources: 1993-on Prelude Si VTEC, same as current Aust Prelude VTiR but more power in jap version

Name: H23A
Type: 2258cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 123kW @ 5800
Torque: 211Nm @ 4500
Sources: 92-93 Ascot Innova (Accord 5-door)

Name: C30A VTEC
Type: 2977cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 with variable valve lift/timing
Power: 206kW @ 7300
Torque: 294Nm @ 5400
Sources: 1992-on NSX

Name: C32A
Type: 3206cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 175kW @ 6300
Torque: 289Nm @ 5200
Sources: 92-94 Legend Alpha-spec (Beta-spec had 160kW)




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:42 AM


Isuzu

Name: 4XE1
Type: 1588cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 104kW @ 7200
Torque: 142Nm @ 5600
Sources: JT-series Gemini and Pa Nero 88-93

Name: 4XE1
Type: 1588cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 134kW @ 6600
Torque: 208Nm @ 4800
Sources: JT-series Gemini 4WD

Name: G180 DOHC
Type: 1817cc EFI DOHC 8-valve 4-cyl
Power: 97kW @ 6400
Torque: 162Nm @ 5000
Sources: 83-84 ZZ/R Gemini Sedan and Coupe

Name: G200 DOHC
Type: 1949cc EFI DOHC 8-valve 4-cyl
Power: 101kW @ 6200
Torque: 167Nm @ 5000
Sources: 83-84 Piazza XE, XG and XL auto

Name: 4ZC1
Type: 1994cc EFI OHC 8-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 110kW @ 5400
Torque: 225Nm @ 3400
Sources: Piazza and Pa Nero from 1987, was available in Aust Piazza Turbo

Name: 4ZE1G
Type: 2559cc EFI OHC 8-valve 4-cyl
Power: 90kW @ 5000
Torque: 196Nm @ 2600
Sources: 89-90 Isuzu MU (same as Aust Rodeo engine, suits Gemini)

Name: 6VD1
Type: 3165cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 147kW @ 5600
Torque: 265Nm @ 3600
Sources: 96-97 Isuzu Bighorn RS (same as Aust Jackeroo)




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:43 AM


Mazda

Name: E5 Turbo
Type: 1490cc EFI OHC 8-valve 4-cyl
Power: 86kW @ 5800
Torque: 162Nm @ 3500
Sources: 83-84 Familia XGR turbo

Name: B6
Type: 1597cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 97kW @ 7000 (early version 88kW @ 6500)
Torque: 137Nm @ 5500
Sources: 1989-on Eunos Roadster (MX5), 90-91 Astina

Name: B6 Turbo
Type: 1597cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 104kW @ 6000
Torque: 186Nm @ 5000
Sources: 87-88 Familia GTA

Name: BP
Type: 1839cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 100kW @ 7000
Torque: 157Nm @ 4500
Sources: 92-92 Familia GT

Name: BP Turbo
Type: 1839cc DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 134kW @ 6000
Torque: 237Nm @ 3000
Sources: 1989 Familia 1800 GTX (1992 GT-R = 156kW/250Nm)

Name: K8-ZE
Type: 1844cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 VRIS
Power: 104kW @ 7000
Torque: 157Nm @ 5500
Sources: 92-95 Eunos Presso (30X)

Name: KF-ZE
Type: 1995cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 VRIS
Power: 119kW @ 6500
Torque: 179Nm @ 5500
Sources: 92-95 MX6, Cronos and Eunos 500

Name: FE-G DOHC
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 104kW @ 6000
Torque: 171.5Nm @ 5000
Sources: 88-89 MX6 4WS, Capella 4WS

Name: KJ-ZEM
Type: 2254cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 Supercharged Miller-cycle
Power: 162kW @ 5500
Torque: 294Nm @ 3500
Sources: 93 Eunos 800

Name: KL-ZE
Type: 2496cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 VRIS
Power: 147kW @ 6500
Torque: 223Nm @ 5500
Sources: 92-95 MX-6, late model AWD Capella (Aust version - 123kW found in MX6, 626, ford probe, ford telstar ghia)

Name: JE-ZE
Type: 2954cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 147kW @ 6000
Torque: 260Nm @ 4500
Sources: 1991-on Royal Classic (929)

Name: 12A 6PI
Type: 2x573cc EFI Rotary six-port
Power: 97kW @ 7000
Torque: 162Nm @ 4000rpm
Sources: 83-84 Cosmo GSX

Name: 12A Turbo
Type: 2x573cc EFI Rotary Turbo
Power: 123kW @ 6500
Torque: 225 @ 4000
Sources: 83-84 RX7 Turbo and Cosmo Turbo

Name: 13B 6PI
Type: 2x654cc EFI Rotary six-port
Power: 119kW @ 6000
Torque: 200Nm @ 3000
Sources: 83-84 Cosmo RES1 Limited

Name: 13B Turbo (series IV)
Type: 2x654cc EFI Rotary Turbo
Power: 138kW @ 6500
Torque: 245Nm @ 3500
Sources: 86-88 RX7 Turbo

Name: 13B Turbo (series V)
Type: 2x654cc EFI Rotary Turbo
Power: 153kW @ 6500
Torque: 269Nm @ 3500
Sources: 89-91 RX7

Name: 13B-REW
Type: 2x654cc EFI Rotary Twin-sequential Turbos
Power: 187kW @ 6500
Torque: 294Nm @ 5000
Sources: RX7 (later models RX7 RS 195kW, RZ 206kW)

Name: 20B-REW
Type: 3x654cc EFI Rotary Twin-sequential Turbos
Power: 208kW @ 6500
Torque: 400Nm @ 3500
Sources: 91-93 Eunos Cosmo Coupe




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:44 AM


Nissan

Name: MA-09ERT
Type: 930cc EFI OHC 6-valve 3-cyl supercharged and turbocharged (yes that's right, both. Lancia is the only other company to have a car with both)
Power: 82kW @ 6400
Torque: 130Nm @ 4800
Sources: 89-92 March Super Turbo

Name: MA-10ET
Type: 987cc EFI OHC 4-cyl turbo
Power: 56kW @ 6000
Torque: 106Nm @ 4400
Sources: 88-89 March Turbo

Name: E15-ET
Type: 1487cc EFI OHC 8-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 86kW @ 5600
Torque: 167Nm @ 3200
Sources: 83-84 EXA and Pulsar Turbo

Name: Z18-ET
Type: 1770cc EFI OHC 8-valve twin plug 4-cyl turbo
Power: 101kW @ 6000
Torque: 196Nm @ 3600
Sources: 82-83 Silvia ZSE-X and Gazelle

Name: CA18-DE
Type: 1809cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 97kW @ 6400
Torque: 162Nm @ 5200
Sources: RWD 1988-on Silvia, FWD fitted to late model Aust EXA's

Name: CA18-DET
Type: 1809cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl Turbo
Power: 130kW @ 6400 (108kW @ 6400 '87-'88)
Torque: 225Nm @ 4000 (201Nm @ 4000 '87-'88)
Sources: RWD intercooled examples from 89-91 180SX and Silvia Turbo. Non-intercooled RWD were '87-88 Gazelle engines. FWD from '88 Auster 1800Xtt (also no intercooler). 4WD from 87-88 U12 SSS Bluebird.

Name: SR18-DE
Type: 1838cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 104kW @ 6400
Torque: 167Nm @ 4800
Sources: 92-93 Sunny GTS and Pulsar GTi (bluebird version only had 93kW)

Name: FJ20-E
Type: 1990cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 112kW @ 6000
Torque: 181Nm @ 4800
Sources: 82-83 Silvia RS

Name: FJ20-ET
Type: 1990cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 142kW @ 6400
Torque: 225Nm @ 4800
Sources: 84 Gazelle RS-X, Silvia RS-X and Skyline RS-X

Name: L20-ET
Type: 1998cc EFI OHC 6-cyl turbo
Power: 108kW @ 5600rpm
Torque: 206Nm @ 3200rpm
Sources: 83-84 Leopard TRX

Name: VG20-ET
Type: 1998cc EFI OHC 12-valve V6 turbo
Power: 127kW @ 6000
Torque: 216Nm @ 4000
Sources: 85-88 Cedric/Gloria V20, Z31 fairlady

Name: SR20-DE
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 119kW @ 6400
Torque: 188Nm @ 4800
Sources: RWD 93-94 Silvia Q's, FWD Presea

Name: SR20-DET
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 153 kW @ 6000 (180SX), 164kW @ 6000 (Silvia), 172kW @ 6400 (Pulsar GTiR)
Torque: 274Nm @ 4000 (180SX), 274Nm @4800 (Silvia), 284Nm @ 4800 (Pulsar GTiR)
Sources: Silvia K's and 180SX after '93, 91-92 Pulsar GTiR 4WD

Name: RB-20E
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl
Power: 116kW @ 6400
Torque: 184Nm @ 5200
Sources: 89-92 Laurel and Skyline

Name: RB-20DET
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl turbo
Power: 160kW @ 6400 (auto 153kW @ 6400)
Torque: 263Nm @ 3200 (auto 265Nm @ 3200)
Sources: 89-92 Skyline GTS-t and Cefiro sedan (also Z31 fairlady ZR 125kW, R31 Skyline GT-X 132kW NICS versions)

Name: RB-25E
Type: 2498cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl
Power: 134kW @ 6000 (148kW @ 6000 in R34 Neo)
Torque: 225Nm @ 5200 (255Nm @ 4000 in R34 Neo)
Sources: 92-95 Cefiro and Skyline

Name: RB-25DET
Type: 2498cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl turbo
Power: 185kW @ 6400 (206kW @ 6400 in R34 Neo)
Torque: 295Nm @ 4800 (343Nm @ 3200 in R34 Neo)
Sources: 93-94 Skyline GTS-25t

Name: RB-26DETT
Type: 2587cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl twin turbo
Power: 206kW @ 6800
Torque: 353Nm @ 4400 (368Nm in R33, 392Nm in R34)
Sources: 89-on Skyline GTR

Name: VG-30E
Type: 2960cc EFI OHC 12-valve V6
Power: 134kW @ 5200
Torque: 260Nm @ 4000
Sources: 83-84 Gloria V30E

Name: VG-30ET
Type: 2960cc EFI OHC 12-valve V6 turbo
Power: 172kW @ 5200
Torque: 333Nm @ 3600
Sources: 87-88 Fairlady ZRII

Name: VG-30DE
Type: 2998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 168kW @ 6400 (auto 150kW @ 6000)
Torque: 272Nm @ 4800 (auto 260Nm @ 4400)
Sources: 1989-on Fairlady Z and leopard

Name: VG-30DET
Type: 2998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 single turbo (no intercooler)
Power: 190kW @ 6000
Torque: 343Nm @ 3200
Sources: 89-92 Nissan Leopard, Y31 Cima/Gloria

Name: VG-30DETT
Type: 2998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 twin turbo, twin intercoolers
Power: 208kW @ 6400
Torque: 388Nm @ 3600
Sources: 1989-on Fairlady Z Twin-turbo

Name: VQ-30DE
Type: 2987cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 164kW @ 6400
Torque: 279Nm @ 4400
Sources: 96-97 Cedric and Gloria

Name: VQ-30DET
Type: 2987cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 turbo
Power: 201kW @ 6000
Torque: 367Nm @ 3600
Sources: 96-97 Cima 30LV and 30TR

Name: VH-41DE
Type: 4130cc EFI DOHC 32-valve V8
Power: 198kW @ 5600
Torque: 376Nm @ 4000
Sources: 92-97 Cima

Name: VH-45DE
Type: 4494cc EFI DOHC 32-valve V8
Power: 206kW @ 6000
Torque: 400Nm @ 4000
Sources: 96-97 Infiniti Q45




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:44 AM


Mitsubishi

Name: 3G-83
Type: 657cc EFI DOHC 15-valve 3-cyl
Power: 38.8kW @ 7500
Torque: 55.9Nm @ 5700
Sources: 92-93 Minica Toppo

Name: 3G-83G
Type: 657cc EFI DOHC 15-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 7000
Torque: 96Nm @ 3500
Sources: 90-93 Minica ZZ-4, Toppo Qt

Name: 3G-83G (later)
Type: 659cc EFI DOHC 20-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 7000
Torque: 97Nm @ 3500
Sources: 96-97 Minica Dangan

Name: 4G61
Type: 1595cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 97kW @ 6500
Torque: 144Nm @ 5200
Sources: 90-91 Lancer Espada (GSR in Aust)

Name: 4G61 turbo
Type: 1597cc EFI OHC 4-cyl turbo
Power: 108kW @ 6000
Torque: 206Nm @ 2500 (high torque at low revs)
Sources: 87-89 Mirage Cyborg R

Name: G32B
Type: 1597cc EFI OHC 4-cyl turbo
Power: 89.5kW @ 5500
Torque: 171.5Nm @ 3000
Sources: 83-84 Mirage Turbo (fits Aust Colt)

Name: 4G92
Type: 1597cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 108kW @ 7000
Torque: 148Nm @ 5500
Sources: 92-93 Lancer MR

Name: 4G92G MIVEC
Type: 1597cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl with variable valve timing
Power: 131kW @ 7500
Torque: 167Nm @ 7000
Sources: 92-95 Lancer Cyborg R 3-door and coupe, 96-97 Mirage ZR and Asti RX

Name: 4G93 turbo
Type: 1834cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 145kW @ 6000
Torque: 270Nm @ 3000
Sources: 92-93 Lancer GSR

Name: 4G63
Type: 1997cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 104kW @ 6000
Torque: 172Nm @ 5000
Sources: 92-93 Eclipse

Name: 4G63B turbo
Type: 1997cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 138kW @ 5500 (179kW @ 6000 in ZR4)
Torque: 265Nm @ 3000 (300Nm @ 3500 in ZR4)
Sources: 1993 Eclipse GSR-4, 1992 Galant ZR-4, Lancer Evolution (Evo 1 - 185kW, Evo II & III - 191kW, Evo IV - 198kW, Evo V on - 206kW)

Name: 6A12G MIVEC
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 with variable valve timing
Power: 150kW @ 7500
Torque: 200Nm @ 6000
Sources: 1994-on FTO GPX

Name: 6A12G twin turbo
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 with twin turbos
Power: 160kW @ 6000 (179kW 1993 Galant VR4 4WD)
Torque: 309Nm @ 3500
Sources: 1993 Eterna XX-4 FWD (fits Australian Galant V6)

Name: 6A13 twin turbo
Type: 2498cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 twin turbo
Power: 208kW @ 5500
Torque: 363Nm @ 4000
Sources: 96-97 Galant VR4

Name: G54B
Type: 2555cc EFI OHC 4-cyl turbo
Power: 130kW @ 5000
Torque: 313Nm @ 3000
Sources: 88-89 Starion 2600 GSR-VR

Name: 6G72
Type: 2972cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 157kW @ 6000
Torque: 270Nm @ 3000
Sources: 92-93 Diamante (Magna)

Name: 6G72 MIVEC
Type: 2972cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 with variable valve timing
Power: 201kW @ 7000
Torque: 301Nm @ 4500
Sources: 96-97 Diamante 30M-SE

Name: 6G72 twin turbo
Type: 2972cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6 twin turbo
Power: 208kW @ 6000
Torque: 426Nm @ 2500
Sources: 1994-on GTO (3000GT)

Name: 6G74
Type: 3496cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 194kW @ 6000
Torque: 323Nm @ 4500
Sources: 92-93 Debonair




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Subaru

Name: EN-05
Type: 544cc EFI OHC 2-cyl supercharged
Power: 41kW @ 6400
Torque: 72.5Nm @ 4400
Sources: 88-89 Subaru Rex (Sherpa)

Name: EN-07
Type: 658cc EFI DOHC 16-valve supercharged
Power: 47kW @ 7200
Torque: 88.2Nm @ 4000
Sources: 92-93 Vivio RxR

Name: EA82 Turbo
Type: 1781cc EFI OHC boxer 4-cyl Turbo
Power: 89.5kW @ 5200
Torque: 178Nm @ 2400
Sources: 88-89 Alcyone/Vortex and Leone GT

Name: EJ20
Type: 1994cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl boxer
Power: 112kW @ 6800
Torque: 172Nm @ 5200
Sources: Legacy and Impreza

Name: EJ20T(T)
Type: 1994cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo boxer (some twin turbo models)
Power: 164kW @ 6400 (varies from 147kW in 89 Legacy to 206kW in Sti)
Torque: 270Nm @ 4000 (over 400Nm in new Sti)
Sources: Legacy RS Turbo, Impreza WRX, Forester RS

Name: EJ25
Type: 2457cc EFI DOHC 16-valve boxer 4-cyl
Power: 119kW @ 6000
Torque: 211Nm @ 2800
Sources: 95-96 Legacy

Name: EG33
Type: 3318cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl boxer
Power: 179kW @ 6000
Torque: 309Nm @ 4800
Sources: 92-93 SVX




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:46 AM


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Name: F5B DOHC Turbo
Type: 547cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 7500
Torque: 76Nm @ 4000
Sources: 88-89 Suzuki Alto Works RS/R

Name: F6A Turbo
Type: 657cc EFI OHC 6-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 43kW @ 5500 (90-91), 45.5kW (92), 47kW (95-on)
Torque: 86Nm @ 3500 (90-91), 87Nm (92), 98Nm (95-on)
Sources: Every EX660 90-91, every PS 1992-on (both same as Suzuki carry van), 92-93 Autozam Carot

Name: F6A DOHC Turbo
Type: 657cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 6400
Torque: 85.3Nm @ 4000
Sources: 1994 Cappuccino, 91-93 Alto Works RS/R (4WD east-west), 92-93 Autozam AZ-1 (mid mounted)

Name: F6B DOHC Turbo
Type: 658cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 7000
Torque: 82.3Nm @ 3500
Sources: 92-93 Cervo SR-Four

Name: K6A DOHC Turbo
Type: 658cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 3-cyl turbo
Power: 47kW @ 6500
Torque: 103Nm @ 3500
Sources: 96-97 Alto RS/Z

Name: G13B
Type: 1297cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 86kW @ 7500 (74.6kW in Aust version)
Torque: 110Nm @ 6500
Sources: The good old Swift Gti donk, 86-96, late model jap version had 11.5:1 CR.




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posted on January 22nd, 2004 at 10:47 AM


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Name: 2T-TELU
Type: 1295cc EFI OHC 12-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 82.5kW @ 6000
Torque: 150Nm @ 3600
Sources: 86-89 Starlrt Turbo

Name: 4E-FTE
Type: 1331cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 100kW @ 6400
Torque: 157Nm @ 4800
Sources: 90-95 Starlet GT (bolt into Aust Paseo and Jap SERA)

Name: 2T-GEU
Type: 1588cc EFI DOHC 8-valve 4-cyl
Power: 86kW @ 6000
Torque: 147Nm @ 4800
Sources: 82-83 Corolla 1600 DOHC S

Name: 4A-GEU
Type: 1587cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 88kW @ 6600rpm(1988), 100kW @ 7200 (1990)
Torque: 142Nm @ 5200 (1988), 147Nm @ 6000 (1990)
Sources: FWD GT Corollas, mid mount in early MR2, RWD sprinter, 1988 version had 9.4:1 CR, 1990 had 10.3:1 CR and different intake.

Name: 4A-GE 20-Valve
Type: 1587cc EFI DOHC 20-valve 4-cyl quad throttle bodies
Power: 119kW @ 7400
Torque: 162Nm @ 5200
Sources: 93-95 Trueno Apex GT coupe and Corolla GT (1996 Carina GT had 123kW)

Name: 4A-GZE
Type: 1587cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl supercharged
Power: 108kW @ 6400 ('90 123kW @ 6400)
Torque: 186Nm @ 4400 ('90 206Nm @ 4400)
Sources: 88-89 Levin GT-Z and MR2 GT, uprated in '90 Trueno GT-Z

Name: 3T-GTEU
Type: 1770cc EFI DOHC 8-valve twin plug 4-cyl turbo
Power: 119kW @ 6000
Torque: 206 Nm @ 4800
Sources: 1984 Carina GT

Name: 18R-GEU
Type: 1968cc EFI DOHC 8-valve 4-cyl
Power: 101kW @ 5800
Torque: 172Nm @ 4800
Sources: 1981 Celica 2000GT

Name: 3S-GE
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl
Power: 123kW @ 6800
Torque: 191Nm @ 3200
Sources: 92-95 Celica, Carina and Corona (96-97 model Celica SS3 and current ZS had 134kW version, current Altezza has 147kW VVTi version)

Name: 3S-GTE
Type: 1998cc EFI DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl turbo
Power: 165kW @ 6000 (180kW in MR2 GT-S)
Torque: 304Nm @ 3200
Sources: Celica GT-Four and '90-on MR2 GT (early GT-Four has less power)

Name: 1G-GEU
Type: 1988cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl
Power: 119kW @ 6400 (auto 112kW @ 6200)
Torque: 180Nm @ 5600
Sources: As far back as the '83 Celica 2000GT

Name: 1G-GTE
Type: 1988cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl twin turbo
Power: 157kW @ 6200
Torque: 274Nm @ 3800
Sources: '88-on Corona GT and Soarer Twin Turbo

Name: 1G-GZE
Type: 1988cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl supercharged
Power: 127kW @ 6000
Torque: 225Nm @ 3600
Sources: 1990 Crown

Name: 1JZ-GE
Type: 2491cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl
Power: 132kW @ 6000
Torque: 235Nm @ 4800
Sources: 91-93 Cresta and Supra (96-97 Chaser had 147kW version)

Name: 1JZ-GTE
Type: 2491cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl twin turbo
Power: 206kW @ 6200
Torque: 362Nm @ 4800 (378Nm @ 2400 in VVTi single turbo)
Sources: 91-93 MKII, Supra 2.5GT and Soarer 2.5GT-T, VVTi version from late 1995

Name: 5M-GEU
Type: 2759cc EFI DOHC 12-valve 6-cyl
Power: 127kW @ 5600
Torque: 235Nm @ 4400
Sources: 83-84 Soarer

Name: 7M-GTEU
Type: 2954cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl turbo
Power: 179kW @ 5600
Torque: 343Nm @ 3200
Sources: 89-90 Supra 3.0GT and Soarer GT

Name: 1MZ-FE
Type: 2994cc EFI DOHC 24-valve V6
Power: 157kW @ 5400
Torque: 289Nm @ 4400
Sources: 96-97 Windom (Lexus ES300)

Name: 2JZ-GE
Type: 2997cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl
Power: 166kW @ 6000
Torque: 284Nm @ 4800
Sources: Supra SZ-R, Aristo S

Name: 2JZ-GTE
Type: 2997cc EFI DOHC 24-valve 6-cyl sequential twin turbos
Power: 206kW @ 5600
Torque: 430Nm @ 3600 (451Nm for VVTi version '96-on)
Sources: 96-97 Supra Turbo and Aristo V

Name: 1UZ-FE
Type: 3968cc EFI DOHC 32-valve V8
Power: 191kW @ 5400 (206kW @ 6000 in current VVTi version)
Torque: 353Nm @ 4600 (402Nm @ 4000 in current VVTi version)
Sources: 1989-on Celsior, Soarer, Crown Majesta

Name: 3UZ-FE
Type: 4292cc EFI DOHC 32-valve V8
Power: 206kW @ 5600
Torque: 430Nm @ 3400
Sources: 1998-on Celsior, current Soarer

Name: 2UZ-FE
Type: 4663cc EFI DOHC 32-valve V8
Power: 173kW @ 4800
Torque: 422Nm @ 3600
Sources: 1998-on Landcruiser VX

Name: 1GZ-FE
Type: 4996cc EFI DOHC 48-valve V12 VVTi (holy sh*t)
Power: 206kW @ 5200
Torque: 481Nm @ 4000
Sources: 1997-on Toyota Century




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posted on January 30th, 2004 at 09:47 PM


So where can could you buy one of these engines from, are they easily available?
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posted on January 31st, 2004 at 05:10 PM



JAP IMPORT SHOPS

Most are easily available, and quite cheap. Be wary of where you buy from, some places are good and some are bad. Use your judgement when talking to them to see how friendly they seem to be to deal with.

Me and Brad have both bought KLZE front cuts from Asian Auto Spares at slacks creek (07) 3208 0133 and have had no problems. They seem to be quite good to deal with.

Here are some import places in Australia with websites, I am not endorsing any of these companies but searching their sites will give you an idea of prices;

http://www.adelaidejap.com.au

http://www.japparts.com.au/

http://www.justjap.com/

http://www.sssautomotive.com.au/

http://www.japimports.com.au/ - website needs some updating

http://www.japanesemotorsport.com.au/ - no prices which sux

http://www.asianautospares.com.au/ - they don't get KLZE's anymore apparently...

http://www.cvap.com.au/

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posted on January 31st, 2004 at 11:09 PM


Good to see you read Zoom:thumb
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posted on February 1st, 2004 at 02:36 PM


Not only read, but subscribe to :D

It's an excellent mag for anyone into conversions. :thumb




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posted on February 3rd, 2004 at 08:05 AM


you don't know of anyone that imports euro stuff for reasonable money do you? Be nice to get away from all the jap stuff, but when you can get a 160KW supercharged miller cycle mazda V6 complete front cut for $2800, a $2700 120kW VR6 bare motor kinda doesnt cut it :(



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posted on February 3rd, 2004 at 08:50 AM


You can't readily get Euro stuff cheap. Jap stuff is cheap because of the weird japanese car tax/laws. Old jap car are worth nothing and can be bought in Japan for almost nothing. In fact if you have an old Japanese car you actually have to pay to get rid of it. So Japanese stuff finds it's way to Australia relatively cheaply.



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posted on February 3rd, 2004 at 11:11 AM


Hi Wes

I have every issue of Zoom, I have subsribed since about issue #10 and I was so impressed when I bought around issue #10 I ordered all the back copies, so if you need any past articles let me know. It leaves all the other car mags behind because they dont get into the cars with the same depth as Zoom does.

Waren Mawson the previous editor grew up near me and always wanted to feature my car.

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posted on February 4th, 2004 at 03:59 PM


hey wes....

is the subaru motor the most similar in size to a type 1 motor? do you have imput re this sort of information? i have read your reports on the mazda motor, but it seems bigger in length.

this is for condieration for a splitty conversion.
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posted on February 4th, 2004 at 05:41 PM


ok Wes the 2nd,

I don't have dimensional info on the subaru motors, but if you go to the link/archive post you will find this link

http://www.surrealmirage.com/subaru/files/SAE_boxer.pdf

It is an SAE paper written on the suby motors. You could use some of the drawings in it and scale them to get the motor sizes. This is what I did with my V6. I used a known measurement like the bore and stroke to scale the rest of the dimensions. If you get bored you can overlay them on the VW motor like I did with the V6. In fact 555bug has already done it. You may be able to find his old post, or ask him to email you the pics.




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posted on February 6th, 2004 at 02:36 PM


thanks wes. im not that computer litterate, but i will check it out.



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posted on April 7th, 2006 at 05:39 AM



I'm teaching my Year 11 Geography students to plot data visually collected in primary research. I think I might plot this data you have here in a graph sorting by model and then kw. Although this is technically a secondarysource it will get the message across how large amount of data can be visually displayed. It will take a little while but I think for my students and for us it would be a worthy reference.

I would like to include original VW data (for comparison) so can somebody post the known outputs for the aircooleds and perhaps newer and/or modified VW mills.

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posted on April 7th, 2006 at 11:51 PM



hey wes ,any specs on the 2.5 sti
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posted on August 25th, 2006 at 10:48 AM



Steve, regarding the zoom magazines. Can you tell me which issue had tha story on the Gibson Motorsport GTR ?
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posted on February 10th, 2007 at 02:48 AM



what do you guys think about mitsubishi engines?
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posted on April 6th, 2008 at 01:04 PM



Also, if anyone is in brisbane & looking for an import wrecker with lots of subaru's, i will most likely be using this mob.
http://www.brisbanemotorimports.com.au/ 
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Here in South Africa we get the Toyota 3CT diesel, I don't see it on your list?
It's a 2.2L Diesel 4cylinder (has a vacuum pump mounted on the top of the cylinder head cover)
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posted on February 1st, 2011 at 10:42 AM



daihatsu g100 turbo... these are bulletproof little engines, and easy to get 150hp out of.
but would it fit?
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posted on March 6th, 2014 at 07:51 PM



Is this the place to ask about some of the Honda motors rotating in the other direction ( or is someone toying with me) Anyway if some of the Honda motors turn in the opposite direction could we mount it to a Subaru unmodified gearbox and stick in the back of our Vw ? It would open a lot more scope for mods. I know the gear box can work ok but not so sure about the diff rotating at 100kph in a direction it was not designed for.
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I think Willy, the problem with that Idea is that you would be then running on "coast" side of the r&p. It used to be common place with vw/corvair conversions, problem is it is trying to force the 2 gears apart all the time by turning that way.
. No idea how long it would last in this condition though.




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posted on March 7th, 2014 at 07:51 AM



There isn't really an issue with running on the 'coast' side of the gears, even though theoretically that makes them weaker. The reversed ring and pinion for the Subaru transaxle actually runs on the coast side and we have had 360hp and 500nM through it in a 2000kg Vanagon without breaking it.

The issue is in spinning the helical gears (1st to 5th) inside in the opposite direction to what they were designed to do. Helical gears create a thrust load to one end of the shaft (depending on which way they spin). Spin them the other way and the thrust is reversed. So you may end up winding the shafts out the front of the gearbox instead of against the solid plates at the back of the gearbox.

Again, only theory and may last forever in the real world without obscene amounts of power and torque through it.




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