toyota e engine guide

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  1. pig666eon

    pig666eon Paid Member

    The Toyota E engine family is a straight-4 piston engine series, using a timing belt rather than a chain. Like many of Toyota's other engine designs, the E engine series features a cast iron block, along with an aluminum cylinder head. The members of the E engine family, range from 1.0 L to 1.5 L. The E family supplanted the K engines in most applications. A large number of parts in the E engine series are interchangeable between each other especially all the 4E and 5E engines which all share the same block.
    Contents [hide]
    1 1E
    2 2E
    3 3E
    4 4E
    4.1 1st Gen 4E-FE
    4.2 4E-FTE
    4.3 2nd Gen 4E-FE
    4.4 3rd Gen 4E-FE
    5 5E
    6 E Series Specs
    7 See also
    8 References
    9 External links
    [edit]1E

    The 1E is a 1.0L (999 cc) carbureted 12 valve SOHC engine. Bore was 70.5 mm and stroke was 64.0 mm. Compression ratio was 9.0:1. It appeared in 1985. Output ranged at about 55 hp (41 kW) at 6000 rpm. And torque was 75 lbf·ft (102 N·m) @ 3500 rpm . These engines attain excellent fuel economy although performance is tepid.
    Specs[1]:
    Bore x Stroke: 70.5 mm x 64.0 mm
    Displacement: 999 cc
    Valve clearance: Intake: 0.20 mm Exhaust: 0.20 mm
    Ignition timing (with vacuum advancer off): 10 degrees BTDC
    Oil capacity: 3.2l
    Maximum allowable speeds in gears:
    1st Gear: 45 km/h (28 mph)
    2nd Gear: 83 km/h (52 mph)
    3rd Gear:120 km/h (75 mph)
    4th Gear: Vehicle Top Speed, around 160 km/h (100 mph)
    Gearbox :
    4-speed manual gearbox: C140
    Automatic transmission: ***
    Applications:
    Toyota Starlet EP70, EP80 , EP90
    [edit]2E

    The 2E is a 1.3 L SOHC version. Output ranged from 65 hp (48 kW) to 82 hp (61 kW) at 6000 rpm with 72 ft·lbf (98 N·m) of torque at 3600 rpm to 77 ft·lbf (104 N·m) of torque at 5200 rpm. It appeared in 1985, and was discontinued after 1998. The 2E engines appeared in both carbureted and fuel-injected versions. The 2E-TE, appearing in 1986, was a turbocharged engine producing 101 hp (75 kW). A later version, the 2E-TELU produced 110 hp (82 kW). Some parts on the 1E and 2E engines are interchangeable, for example the gearboxes.
    Specs[1]:
    Bore x Stroke : 73.0 mm x 77.4 mm
    Displacement : 1295 cc (late models had 1296cc)
    Ignition Timing (with vacuum advancer off): 5 degrees BTDC
    Maximum allowable speed in gears (non turbo):
    1st Gear : 49 km/h (30 mph)
    2nd Gear : 91 km/h (57 mph)
    3rd Gear :132 km/h (82 mph)
    Gearbox :
    5-speed manual gearbox: C150, C152 (turbo model)
    Automatic Transmission: A132
    Applications:
    Toyota Corolla
    Toyota Starlet EP71, EP81, EP90
    Toyota Corsa
    Toyota Tazz (South Africa Only)
    Toyota Tercel (Caribbean/South America)
    [edit]3E

    The 3E is a 1.5 L (1456 cc) SOHC version. Output ranged from 78 hp (58 kW) to 87 hp (65 kW) at 6000 rpm with 87 ft·lbf (118 N·m) of torque at 4000 rpm to 89 ft·lbf (121 N·m) of torque at 4800 rpm. It appeared in 1986, and was discontinued after 1994. The 3E engines appeared in both carbureted and fuel-injected applications. The 3E-TE, appearing in 1986, was a turbocharged engine producing 113 hp (84 kW) at 5600 rpm with 127 ft·lbf (172 N·m) of torque at 3200 rpm.
    Applications:
    Toyota Tercel
    Toyota Corolla II
    Toyota Starlet(EP71)
    The '3E' and '3E-E' engines are considered slightly less reliable than other Toyota engines, although they are also among the easiest engines to service. The most common problems affecting these engines are premature valve stem seal (nitrile) failure, carbon buildup on the intake valves, and collapse of the oil control ring on the piston. Any of these conditions can lead to rough idling, stalling, and fouled spark plugs, and therefore need to be differentially diagnosed. The valve stem seals, at least, can be replaced with silicone or viton-based seals which last much longer.[1]
    [edit]4E

    The 4E is a 1.3 L (1331 cc) DOHC version. Bore was 74 mm and stroke 77.4 mm. Output ranged from 81 hp (60 kW) at 6400 rpm to 99 hp (74 kW) at 6600 rpm with 81 ft·lbf (110 N·m) of torque at 3600 rpm to 6 ft·lbf (8.1 N·m) of torque at 5200 rpm. It appeared in 1989, and was discontinued after 1998. The 4E engines appeared in fuel-injected applications
    Applications:
    Toyota Starlet EP81, EP82, EP85, EP91, EP95
    Toyota Tercel
    Toyota Corolla
    [edit]1st Gen 4E-FE
    The first generation of 4E engines found in the Starlet GI, Soleil and Corolla models were produced from 1989 until 1996. The engine found in these two models produced 99 bhp (74 kW) @ 6600 rpm and 86 ft·lbf (117 N·m) @ 5200 rpm. this engine had more in common with the 4E-FTE, sharing the same throttle body, and slightly larger fuel injectors.
    Specs:
    74 mm Bore
    77.4 mm Stroke
    9.6:1 Compression Ratio
    [edit]4E-FTE
    The 1st generation 4E-FE was the basis of the 4E-FTE, appearing in 1989, which was a turbocharged engine producing 135 hp (101 kW) at 6400 rpm with 116 ft·lbf (157 N·m) of torque at 4800 rpm. The 4E-FTE was the most powerful of the E series engines ever produced. It was produced exclusively for the Toyota Starlet GT Turbo (Japan Only) and its replacement, the Toyota Glanza V (Japan only). However the 4E-FTE was a very popular conversion engine by enthusiasts for many small Toyota cars such as the Corolla, Tercel and Paseo, which it fitted into with standard Toyota parts. The 4E-FTE differed internally from the 4E-FE only by its stronger connecting rods, lower compression pistons and different head gasket. It also features a harmonic damper instead of a normal crankshaft pulley. The turbocharger fitted to the 4E-FTE was Toyota's own CT9 model which featured an internal waste gate and had 2 modes; low (0.4 bar/40 kPa) and high (0.65 bar/65 kPa) boost. The low boost mode was electronically controlled by a solenoid valve and the ECU and the overall or high boost was controlled by the actuator connected to the turbocharger. The 4E-FTE also had a "Top mounted", air cooled, Intercooler. The 4E-FTE was mated to the Toyota C150 transmission or the optional C151 transmission which featured an LSD. Although aftermarket parts could substantially increase the power output of the engine, the major limitation is the fuel injection system, which tends to run too lean, even when the fuel cut-off is disabled (as one urban legend suggests).
    Specs:
    74 mm Bore
    77.4 mm Stroke
    8.2:1 Compression Ratio
    [edit]2nd Gen 4E-FE
    The 2nd Generation of the 4E-FE was introduced in 1996 producing less peak power: 88 bhp (66 kW) @ 5500 rpm, but with a slight increase in peak torque 87 ft·lbf (118 N·m) at 4400 rpm. The 2nd generation of the 4E-FE was essentially the same engine as the first but the intake and exhaust manifolds were changed along with a slight alteration of the ECU to reduce exhaust emissions.
    Specs:
    74.3 mm Bore
    77.4 mm Stroke
    9.6:1 Compression Ratio
    [edit]3rd Gen 4E-FE
    In 1997 the intake manifold was changed again along with the ECU and the result was 85bhp for the Corolla and 82bhp for the Starlet. This engine was discontinued in 1999.
    [edit]5E

    The 5E is a 1.5 L (1497 cc) DOHC version. Output ranged from 94 hp (70 kW) at 5400 rpm to 110 hp (82 kW) at 6400 rpm with 91 ft·lbf (123 N·m) of torque at 3200 rpm to 100 ft·lbf (140 N·m) of torque at 4000 rpm. It appeared in 1991, and was discontinued after 1998. All 5E engines were fuel-injected.
    Applications:
    Toyota Paseo
    Toyota Sera
    Toyota Tercel
    Toyota Raum
    [edit]E Series Specs

    Engine Code Head Design Valves/Cylinder Date CC Peak HP Peak Torque Bore Stroke CR




    1E SOHC 3 85-94 999 55@6000 75@3800 70.5 64.0 9.0:1
    2E* SOHC 84 1295 65@6000 72@3800
    2E SOHC 3 85- 1295* 82@6000 77@5200 73 77.4 9.3:1
    2E SOHC 3 85 1295 74@6200 76@4200 73 77.4
    2E-LU SOHC 3 86-90+ 1295 66@6000 72@3600 73 77.4
    2E-E SOHC 3 85- 1295 81@6000 77@5200 73 77.4 9.5:1
    2E-TE SOHC 3 86- 1295 (~101-108) 73 77.4
    3E SOHC 3 86- 1456 78@6000 87@4000 2.87 3.43 9.3:1
    3E-E SOHC 3 88- 1456 87@6000 89@4800 73 87 9.3:1
    3E-E SOHC 3 91-94 1457 82@5200 89@4400 73 87 9.3:1
    3E-TE SOHC 3 86- 1456* 113@5600 127@3200 2.87 3.43 8.0:1
    4E-F DOHC 4/25 89- 1331* 81@6400 81@3600 74 77.4 9.6:1
    4E-FE DOHC 4/25 89-96 1331* 99@6600 86@5200 74 77.4 9.6:1 Corolla & Starlet
    4E-FE DOHC 4/25 96-97 1331 88@5600 85@4600 74 77.4 9.6:1 Corolla & Starlet
    4E-FE DOHC 4/25 97-98 1331 85@5500 87@4400 74 77.4 9.6:1 Corolla
    4E-FE DOHC 4/25 97 1331 82@5500 85@4400 74 77.4 9.6:1 Starlet
    4E-FTE DOHC 4/25 89- 1331* 133@6400 116@4800 74 77.4 8.2:1
    4E-FTE DOHC 4/25 98 1331 135@6400 116@4800 74 77.4 8.2:1
    5E-FE DOHC 4/25 91-95 1497 100@6400 91@3200 74 87 9.4:1
    5E-FE DOHC 4/25 95-98 1497 94@5400 100@3400 74 87 9.8:1 Japan Starlet
    5E-FHE DOHC 95- 1496 110@6400 98@5200 74 87
    5E-FHE DOHC 1496 105@6600 100@4000 74 87 9.8:1
    5E-FHE DOHC 97-98 1496 110@6400 100@4000 74 87 9.8:
     
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2009
  2. JasonGlanza

    JasonGlanza Paid Member

    interesting info!
     
  3. richglanzav

    richglanzav Paid Member

    great write up mate. i have a 4efe engine, so is the block exactly the same as a 4efte? cud i build up a 300bhp 4efte around this block? obv i will use 4efte head/forged internals etc. rep waiting an answer.
     
  4. sanchez

    sanchez Paid Member

    Thats copied from wilkpedia lol :p
     
  5. quadcorecraig

    quadcorecraig Paid Member

    yep - thanks for posting it tho
     
  6. rmsnoel

    rmsnoel Paid Member

    INCORRECT INFORMATION!!!!!!!!!!!! The 4E and 5E have different blocks. They have the same bores but longer stroke
     
  7. AzE_B

    AzE_B Paid Member

    5.0 Model Numbering Scheme
    BEFORE "-": the letters indicate the engine family, for example in 18R-G the
    engine family is R, in 2JZ-GTE the family is JZ. The number(s) at the beginning
    is the number of the are for a certain bottom end version (block, bore, stroke).
    The larger the number, the newer the bottom end version. It may seem like the
    larger the number, the larger the displacement but this is not always true.
    AFTER "-":
    G = twin cam (wide angle, 45 degrees or more between the intake and exhaust
    valves)
    F = "economical" twin cam (narrow angle, around 22 degrees)
    T = turbocharged
    Z = supercharged
    E = fuel injection
    i = single point fuel injection
    L = transverse mounted engine (seems to be an obsolete code)
    B = twin carbs (only used on non-twin cam engines, obsolete code)
    R = air injection
    S = swirl intake ports (only a few made in mid '80s)
    S = direct injection & swirl pot pistons (starting from '97/98)
    U = emission package (Japan)
    C = emission package (California)
    LPG = LPG fuel
    Models
    Model code consists of 2 letters followed by 2 or later 3 numbers. example: Celica
    Supra's model code is MA61 the first letter means that this model has a M-series
    engine, in this case a 5M-GE the second letter relates to the chassis family, other
    vehicles that have an A-type chassis are RWD Carinas and Celicas.
    F Celsior (Lexus LS)
    S Crown, Aristo (Lexus GS)
    X Cressida, Mark II, Chaser, Cresta
    Z Soarer (Lexus SC)
    A RWD Carina Celica, Celica Supra, Supra
    V Camry, Vista, (Lexus ES)
    T Corona, FWD/4WD Celica, FWD Carina
    W MR2
    E Corolla
    P Starlet
    L Tercel
    J Land Cruiser
     

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