Too bad nobody has the real numbers on that engine...damn gentlemens agreement on 280HP. That torque number has a lot of appeal, suggesting there is a lot more power there than Toyota is willing to admit. I could see myself with one of them under the hood - and this proves it fits! Painfully, the cheapest ones go I've heard of being sold outside Japan go for upwards of $5k CDN plus shipping.
I'd have that wrapped around a tree in about .03 secs
Current- '97 Avalon w/ 100k
'99 Avalon w/ 200k, sold to friend (1MZ-FE)
'86 4-Runner- wrecked and sold (22R-E)
'85 Corolla- engine lost compression=junkyard (4AC)
(3S-GTE MR2 or 2JZ-GTE Supra as soon as eng. degree pays off)
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