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  1. 20R thoughts?

    The eight-valve overhead valve 1.2 L (1,166 cc) 3K was produced from 1969 through 1977. Cylinder bore was 75 mm (2.95 in) and stroke was 66 mm (2.6 in). The 1969 through 1975 3K-B was a twin-carb version. The California-spec 3K-C (1977–1979) and 3K-H were other available versions. Applications Toyota Corolla Toyota Kijang/First Generation Toyota Tamaraw Toyota LiteAce (KM10) Toyota Publica (later pickups and vans received the desmogged 3K-HJ engine) Toyota Starlet Toyota TownAce (KR10) Daihatsu Charmant (A10) Daihatsu Delta 750 (KB10) Specifications Code PS (kW) at rpm kgm (Nm) (lb.ft) at rpm compression Years Comments 3K 68 50 6000 9.5 93 69 3800 9.0 55 40 (DIN) 3K-B 77 57 6600 9.6 94 69 4600 10.0 Twin carburettors, high octane 64 47 6200 9.0 88 65 4000 (DIN) 3K-BR 74 54 6600 9.5 93 69 4600 9.0 As 3K-B but for regular octane 3K-C 59 43 58
  2. 20R thoughts?

    20R The two-valve SOHC 2.2 L (2189 cc) 20R was produced from 1975 through 1980. Cylinder bore was 88.4 mm (3.48 in) and stroke was 88.9 mm (3.5 in). Aluminum alloy heads were used. Initial output was 96 hp (72 kW) at 4800 rpm (90 hp in California) and 120 lb·ft (162 N·m) at 2,800 rpm. Power was down slightly from 1978 through 1979 at 95 hp (71 kW) at 4800 rpm and 122 lb·ft (165 N·m) at 2400 rpm. The final version, from 1979 through 1980, was down again at 90 hp (67 kW) at 4800 rpm (still at 95 hp in Canada) and 122 lb·ft (165 N·m) at 2400 rpm. Applications: 1975-1980 Toyota Hilux 1975-1980 Toyota Celica (U.S. Version) 1975-1980 Toyota Corona (U.S. Version) Toyota Stout (RK110/111) Toyota Coaster (RB11)[18]
  3. 20R thoughts?

    5k is de wae
  4. Decode my plate or my serial number on my frame no VIN

    Its registered as a 1983 corolla with that vin, seems very unusual.
  5. Ke55-S Xx Coupe

    Brendan all I can say is Yew! Looks amazing.
  6. Decode my plate or my serial number on my frame no VIN

    AE101R-AHMDK 05/1992 - 10/1997 4AFE HB XLI MTM 5F 5D RHD GEN so 4afe hatch back manual 5 door rhd from general market. So thats anywhere except Japan, USA, or Europe. Alarming if no numbers match from the other plates and chassis though, it might be a chop shop vehicle or it might pre date 14 character vin numbers..
  7. The Rwd 2Az-Fe Thread.

    Just removed the inlet manifold so I can have the 48mm itbs fitted up nicely. Off to the machinist tomorrow.
  8. Rebuilt 4k won't turn over

    Hit starter with hammer and try again.
  9. SA63 with 4S-FE

    So my radiator hose turned up. Hopefully can put some time into this this weekend. I really want it running sweet. Might end up a nice motor combo for almost any rwd smallish Toyota.
  10. Oil pump failure

    Reading the service manual for S engines last night, they referred to the little metal tang placed through the hole in the thermostat as the jiggle valve and it is supposed align with a metal tang on the thermostat housing, and you guessed it, when installed correctly it points to the top of the hose.
  11. SA63 with 4S-FE

    Amazon came through with a water pump complete with the rear housing. Box turned up open at the edge, but luckily the gaskets and seals seem to have remained inside on the trip from the USA. Its AISIN, it literally has Toyota ground off it. Considering installing the bypass and heater hoses from a 5sfe to go with it, because then I can get the benefit of the oil cooler/warmer that they always have, the rwd S motors dont run it, I dont know if for space or because they pre date the use of them, but I think it will fit. Noticed the exhaust on the car has got no flanges anywhere, its one solid piece from engine to muffler tip, including headers. LOL> Looking like this weekend I might get to strip off the manifolds, throttle body, water pump, the timing belt, and freshen it all up. I'm hoping the reason it stumbles on the gas might be that there is an inlet vacuum leak at the throttle body or manifold gasket. The TB gasket is shitty and has failed I know from having it off before, but I want to replace the leads and dizzy cap just in case as they are original 1992 dated items and there's a lot of wear on the dizzy terminals. This ebay toe rag finally sent my item, so i have the S motor mechanical repair guide now. I need to make sure the warning light is hooked up from the ecu so I can get fault codes. Good thing is the manual has the wiring description for the warning circuit so i can make sure its good first. Hopefully the lower radiator hose comes today and I have all the bits ready for the weekend.
  12. SA63 with 4S-FE

    I suppose there may be. Despite the throttle being in a similar spot ra65 cable is too short. Maybe 2 inches. SA63 far too short I suspect. AE86 has the narrow pcd and is too short so that rules out corolla platform cables. I used to have a pile of different ones but I cant find any lying around.
  13. SA63 with 4S-FE

    Got all the gaskets, still waiting on waterpump and hose. Looking for throttle cable for this, I need one with 44.5 or 45mm PCD and with a 24 inch housing give or take. Help a brother out if you can.
  14. Toyota throttle cable.

    Hello, Looking for a throttle cable with the below specs. 44.5 or 45mm PCD to bolt to firewall, Length of housing about 24 inches. Please check your random spares piles if possible. Thanks, 0416 193 936