SIMI VALLEY, CA – Most Americans remember the Toyota 2JZGE as the 24-valve, inline six that was available normally aspirated and as the GTE with twin, sequentially staged turbos in the Toyota Supra. However, the engine was available in many Lexus models as well as Toyota’s home-market models from ’91 into the 2,000s. The engines are square bore and stroke (86mm) and they are identical except for lower compression pistons and piston oilers (coolers) for the GTE turbo version.
Both the GE and GTE are a great basis for a high performance engine, but the turbo GTE is pretty hard to find. NO PROBLEM – SPA Turbo has designed and manufactured a twin-scroll exhaust manifold that features the individual exhaust runners of a header with the durability of a cast iron manifold. It offers the flow and tuned length of an individual header pipe that merges into a twin scroll design providing superior turbo response and performance.
The exhaust is only one-half of the solution. SPA Turbo has also improved the intake side of the engine with its unique cast aluminum intake manifold that features a huge plenum with individual internal stacks. The add runner length improves performance and driveability when not in boost and adds a ram effect when the pressure builds. It is strong enough to handle extreme levels of boost without cracking. The throttle body has a Ford Mustang bolt pattern and accepts up to 105mm bore size throttle bodies. SPA offers the manifold set up for 6 or 12 injectors and a fillet fuel rail is included.
SPA can also set you up with a new twin-scroll turbo and the additional fuel components you may need to turbo an existing non-turbo 2JZGE or make ridiculous power by upgrading an existing 2JZGTE. For more information please contact: SPAturbousa.com
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