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Toyota Supra/Arista 2JZ GTE Turbo DOHC 3.0L Motors for Sale

The JZ engine family is a 6 cylinder inline engine using 24 valves per cylinder, only available in a 3.0L version. We are talking about chain driven double [DOHC} overhead camshaft motors, using a cast-iron block and an aluminum cylinder head. Our Toyota Supra/Arista 2JZGTE Twin Turbo DOHC 3.0L Motors for Sale come fully remanufactured and ready to install, or we offer certified good used motors, if you are on a budget.

FYI: The Toyota Aristo V [JZS147], before becoming one of Toyota’s flagship high performance cars, nearly identical to the Toyota Supra RJ model JZA80, was in production from 1991–1997 as the Lexus GS 300 also.

Part of the extraordinary power came from the twin turbochargers developed by Hitachi Corporation, a sequential setup, putting out 276 plus horsepower. For those who are not familiar with a turbochargers operation. It increases the compression ratio by forcing more oxygen [O2] into the combustion chamber. More oxygen makes a hotter explosion in the cylinder, hence, more power and response.

One of the best ways to replace a bad 2JZGTE motor is with JDM motors, JDM engines are from the Japanese Domestic Market. For those who own Japanese cars, you may want to consider this option whatever your budget is. Quite simply, it is a great value since most motors have less than 40,000 miles on them.

Of course our remanufactured Toyota 2JZGTE motors are the best replacement engines or motors on the market, hands down. There is trend in Toyota Supra/Arista owners to want the best remanufactured motor available. These are high performance cars and there is no room for poorly remanufactured motors that may fail under the tough conditions most Toyota Supra/Arista owners put their cars through. Admit it!

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