- ENGINE (WITH EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES BOLTED TO THE ENGINE)
- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION IS NOT INCLUDED
- INTAKE MANIFOLD
- EXHAUST MANIFOLD
- FUEL RAIL
- THROTTLE BODY
- IGNITION WIRES
The 2AZ-FE is a 2.4 L (2362 cc) version built in Japan , at TMMK in the USA and also built in China for select Scion xB models, obtains a total displacement of 2362 cc with 88.5 mm (3.5 in) bore and 96.0 mm (3.8 in) stroke, with a compression ratio of 9.6:1. Output is 160 hp (120 kW) at 5600 rpm;162 lb·ft (220 N·m) of torque at 4000 rpm.
50 in stock
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All of our inventory that are imported from Japan come out of running cars and have about 45-65K miles on them. Due to Japan’s shaken law ( a rigorous auto inspection law), Japanese vehicle owners find it expensive and illogical to continue maintaining their vehicles. This is where JDM Engine Depot steps in and imports these low-mileage engines and transmissions to our warehouse in NJ.
Our warehouse is located in Belleville, NJ so any neighboring states will experience faster shipping. Shipping out to the west coast averages about 5-15 business days.
Theoretically, you can put any engine into any car. As far as “HOW”, it would be best to consult with a certified mechanic that has experience. Please do not ask live chat support mechanical questions as they are only there to answer basic questions. It is the customer’s responsibility to do his/her own research regarding unintended fitment. For all other installations, please use the long block only.
For proper installation of JDM Engines, you must use the long block only.
All our best performing JDM Engines are carefully tested.
Removed from auctioned vehicles and directly imported from Japan
Ships directly from our warehouse in NJ & ensuring fastest possible doorstep delivery across USA.
Only 45 to 65k miles driven JDM motors. The perfect choice for engine replacement.
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