UPDATE: A limited supply of the original best-selling Lextreme 1UZFE EGR Delete Kit is available for sale. If you own a 1UZ from 1990-1997, you really need to get this kit! Email me at [email protected] for help with ordering or questions.
Please note: we're not an auto parts supplier and I can't respond to inquries for random Lexus and Toyota auto parts. All parts not listed above, including the LS400 and SC400 turbo kit, rebuild kits and supercharger are sold out and won't return. The Lextreme performance torque converter has a very long waiting list. Email me if interested.
Here is a pictorial demonstration of the 1UZFE engine being apart. Most of the components are stock except one of the cylinders got bored and some experiment with the head chamber.
This awesome machine displacing close to 4.0 liter with double over head cams all aluminum block and heads with electronic multi point fuel injection system.
Due to the need to impress the world with the first luxury car from Toyota. Lexus engineers were out to produce the best of the best from Japan. The block was all aluminum with 6 bolt main bearing caps along with forged steel crank and balanced to zero forged pistons. Secondly, the block is webbed and cross-bolted for extra rigidity.
I believe this engine have the same or perhaps higher quality/engineering than the world famous 2JZGTE, which is powered the Supra MKIV Twin Turbo.
This engine was and is considered one of the best engine ever produced from Japan and perhaps the world. We are looking at a piece or history and a piece of art. This engine would make about 25% more horse power than the 2JZGTE.
Here is a picture of my spare 1UZ with .020″ over bored.
Here is the V8, its small but deadly.
Other view of the 1UZ
This is the view from rear.
That is a .093″ head gasket I will put in to lower the compression.
Six bolts main. Very strong. Its very hard to take it out from the block.
Here is a closer look. The machine shop need to heat up the block in order to get it out.
This is the forged steel crank. Its beautiful.
Different angle of the 1UZFE OEM crank.
Frontal view of the 4.0 DOHC
Picture of a OEM piston
Room for improvement.
Side view with rod.
This the end of the rod. Steel looks good.
Bottom view of the 1UZ.
Head with valves taken out.
Here is the piston with rod
Doing some experiment with the head.
Would like to add few more pictures of my long block
You will see it from different angles
40k mile engine with .093 copper gaskets with Three Bonds seals.
Along with ARP Studs
The static compression is about 8.7:1, set up for FI
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