the forced induction market but by no means does it have no potential...Just ask Garm Oh and to clear up the cost of a 2az motor cheapest one I found was 1100 no transmission no ECU no wiring harness etc...cheapest with all that was about 2000 but with a 4spd auto complete. Oh and heres the application list for all vehicles that have a 2azfe in them... Most common application is the TC and Camry toyota
Quote Originally Posted by roxy1 there are now plenty of hyundais an even domestics on the road that are quite fine after 10 yrs and 200K miles. going by what you are saying nobody should have ever bought japanese makes because in the 70s and early 80s their dependability and durability was abysmal. honda and toyota are counting on peple just buying off their reputation. look at the quality of the
Quote Originally Posted by CanIHazYarisHatch You make many logical and valid points in this post Roxy. Of course toyota didnt do a complete re-design of their engine Designing a new engine (even a humble four-banger like in the Yaris) costs hundreds of millions of dollars and takes years. I can assure you at toyota at this moment they are developing the new or refreshed engine for the 4th gen Yaris
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area to store things under the hatch. The test drive included a stretch of freeway so acceleration was adequate if a little less than the Yaris. Not a problem. The thing that stands out about the car is its presence. It feels like a much bigger car. You completely forget you are driving a minicar. I wish the car WAS more insubstantial. I want the 1 liter engine. The car need not come off as a corolla.
modification needed. 4A-GE - 1.6L an older engine but can be modified cheaply and easily compared to newer ones. Frame rail notching absolutely necessary. 3S-GTE - 2.0L turbo engine though this is so far only hearsay out of Indonesia... Unfortunately on this forum weve never yet had any firsthand experience of these swaps mostly just vague stories. Possible swaps 1ZR-FE The new 1.8L in the corolla
of what PROOF they provide that this is true for your Prius. Rather than changing viscosity go to a synthetic 5W-30 oil until you find that Proof above. (Synthetic oils are what is used in aircraft engines to withstand the intense temperatures.) Additionally my 99 Camry had some oil sludgeing problems and the fact that I had used the proper oil ensured that the warranty was honoured. ( httpwww.corolland.comsludge.html
Bmw decided to use a longer lasting component(chain system) which requires lubrication system(read money). There are not many cars on the market still using chains due to the cost of this system belt is much cheaper to install and has come to the point at which failure of the tensioner is way more common than breakage of the belt. for the past 15 years 99.9999999% really now i know that 89-03 toyotas
no idea what that sentence above is intimating. A BMW is a car just like any other car. Not sure why it would be different in any respect (other than in handling and bulletproof reliability of the engine and horridly lousy engineering in many of the peripherals because BMW doesnt know how to build a complete set of systems working together). Quote Originally Posted by Fudman These cars are NOT toyotas.
engine oil into the cylinder(1 ozmaybe or two pumps from the oil can) to seal the ringsand test the compression again Yeahdo the wet test. Now that the rings are better sealedlets see those readings again Higher readings mean faultystickingbroken rings Same readings mean leakyburnt valves(or in some casesburnt head gasket that leak the compression into the adjacent cylinder). My friends 1980 toyota
6th from the local Cadillac public relations contact Ray Conners. The Continental Mark IV was ready about four working days later after a close inspection and detailing by Bill Stroppe & Company. For about a week the keys were passed around the office as I tried to get everyone in the cars either as a driver or rider. One staffer refused to drive either car. He preferred staying in a 5-speed toyota
A few thoughts for you 1. Search the forum for any threadsposts on failed v8 engines Ive heard of many overheatedwarpedcracked head & gaskets but 0 through the block failures. 2. Any attempt of correspondance with BMWNA in regard to a 10 year old car is a complete waste of time - they dont care. 3. I would humbly suggest finding a different car - like a toyota corolla.
commonits just a thought to those who REALLY wanted to eke out more powerwithout modifying their original engines.But please bear in mind that I dont mean to be rudeinsulting to the original designs of our cars. cool OKwhat some of us folks do hereas a relatively low-cost method to increase poweris to remove the manual fan and fit an electrical-operated one instead. My colleaguewho drives a 79 toyota