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    Default Toyota diesel engine

    I need to put a new engine into my 1998 Hilux d/c, it currently has a 2.8d aftermarket turbo which has seized. I am going to get a low mileage Japanese import and apparently there are my options:
    2.4td
    2.8d
    3d
    Can anyone tell my will there engines fit in the bay without modification? Which is the best option as far as
    1. Reliability
    2. Torque
    3. on road and off road performance
    I use the vehicle for everyday runaround as well as long trips into remote areas of Africa.

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    whitters, i've got the following table as a text file on my PC with different Toyota diesel engine specs. I hope it helps. If I personally had to choose I would go for an engine without a turbo.

    L, aka 1L, 2.2L normally aspirated
    2L, pre-1988, 2.4L normally aspirated
    2L-T, pre-1988, 2.4L turbo
    2LII, post-1988, 2.4L normally aspirated. Same block as the original 2L, but totally different otherwise. Different head, different timing belt/pulleys. Still referred to as just "2L" by official Toyota literature/manuals, but enthusiasts usually refer to it as the 2LII to distinguish it from the original 2L.
    2LII-T, post-1988, 2.4L turbo. Same notes as the 2LII.
    2L-TE -- 2.4L turbo /w EFI. Mechanically, the same as the 2LII-T, but with electronically controlled injection. You can turn a 2L-TE into a 2LII-T by replacing the the EFI unit with a mechanical injection pump from a 2LII-T. Lots more wiring involved if using this engine for a swap, but several have been completed successfully.
    3L -- 2.8L normally aspirated.
    5L -- 3.0L normally aspirated. I've gotten the impression that this engine is rather uncommon, and don't know of any 5L swaps.

    Engine Type Valv/Cyl Year Disp. BHP Torque Bore Stroke CR stock boost
    [*=JIS] [lb ft] [mm or inches]
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    N series (4 cylinders, 1.5L)

    1N SOHC 2 87- 1453* 54@5200 67@3000 74 84.5 22:1
    1N 2 97 1453 55@5200 66@3000 JP Starlet
    1N-T 2 87- 1453 67@4700 96@2600 74 84.5 22:1
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    C series (4 cylinders, 1.8-2.0L): Carina RWD, Corolla RWD, Camry

    1C SOHC 2 82-90+ 1839 63@4700 87@2600 83 85 23:1
    1C 86 1839* 68@4700 90@2600 83 85 23:1
    1C 86 1839 58@4500 78@2800 83 85 23:1
    1C-T 83-85 1839
    2C 83- 1974 73@4700 98@3000 86 85 23:1
    2C 86 1974* 75@4700 97@2600 86 85 23:1
    2C 86 1974 70@4700 94@2600 86 85 23:1
    2C-T 86 1974* 88@4500 123@2400 86 85 23:1
    2C-T 86 1974 85@4500 120@2400 86 85 23:1 EU
    2C-T 86 1974 80@4500 117@2400 86 85 23:1 US
    2C-T 85-90+ 1974 83@4500 129@2000 86 85 23:1
    3C-TE 99 2184 94@4000 152@2200 86 94 22.6:1
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    CD series (inline 4, 2l)

    1CD-FTV DOHC 4 00 1995 110@4000 185@2000-2400 82.2 94 Finland

    ________________________________________

    J series (4 cylinders, 2.4-2.5L)

    J 64-69 2336
    2J 69-82 2481
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    L series (4 cylinders, 2.2-2.8L)

    L 77-86 2188 72@4200 105@2000 90 86 21.5:1
    2L SOHC 2 86 2446* 83@4000 123@2400 92 92 22.3:1
    2L SOHC 2 84- 2446* 83@4200 122@2400 92 92 21:1
    2L-T SOHC 2 82- 2446* 92@4000 159@2400 92 92 22.2:1
    2L-T SOHC 2 86 2446* 96@4000 141@2400 92 92 20:1
    2L-T SOHC 2 86 2446* 105@4000 156@2400 92 92 21:1 (Crown with auto trans)
    2L-T SOHC 2 -90+ 2446* 93@4000 159@2400 92 92 20:1
    2L-T SOHC 2 2446 85@4000 139@2400
    2L-TE 82-84 2446
    2L-THE 84- 2446 94@4000 148@2800 92 92 21:1
    2L-THE -90+ 2446* 99@3800 163@2400 92 92 21:1
    3L 88- 2779 90@4000 139@2400 96 96 22.2:1
    5L 99-00? 2986 88@4000 145@2400
    5L-E 01-? 2986 98@4200 142@2400

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    KZ series (3.0)

    1KZ-TE SOHC 2 95 2982 125@3600 219@2000 96 103 21.2:1

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    B series (4 cylinders, 3.0-3.7L)

    B OHV 2 72-90+ 2977 80@3600 141@2200
    11B 85- 2977
    2B OHV 2 77-82 3168 93@3600 159@2200 21:1
    3B OHV 2 80-90+* 3431 98@3500 167@2200 102 105 20:1 JP version
    3B OHV 2 80-90+ 3431 93@3500 163@2200 102 105 20:1 export version, SAE net
    3B OHV 2 3431 90@3500 159@2200 102 105 20:1
    13B OHV 2 84- 3431
    13B-T OHV 2 84-90+ 3431 122@3400 207@2000 102 105 17.6:1
    13B-T OHV 2 90* 3431 118@3400 210@2000 102 105 17.6:1 JP version
    13B-T OHV 2 84-90 3431 120@3400 210@2000 102 105
    14B 88- 3660
    15B-F
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    PZ series (5 cylinders, 3.5L)

    1PZ SOHC 2 ?91- 3469 115@4000 170@2600
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    H series (6 cylinders, 3.6-4.2L)

    H 67-82 3576
    2H OHV 2 82-90 3980 103@3500 177@2000 91 102
    12H OHV 2 90 3980 102@3500 178@1800 91 102 20.7:1
    12H-T OHV 2 85-90 3980 136@3500 232@1800 91 102 18.6:1
    12H-T OHV 2 3980 135@3500 231@2000 91 102

    1H-DT SOHC 2 90 4163* 163@4000 268@2000 94 100 18.6:1
    1H-DT SOHC 2 91- 4163 165@3600 268@2000 94 100 18.6:1
    1H-DFT DOHC 90- 4163 170 280

    1HZ SOHC 2 90 4163* 133@4000 207@2200 94 100 22.7:1
    1HZ SOHC 2 91- 4163 135@4000 187@2200 94 100

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    JO5C 5.3


    D series (6 cylinders, 5.9-6.5L)

    D 56-74 5890
    2D 58- 6494
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    One-off engines with no relation to other series

    C 59-61 1491
    1W (4cyl) 82- 4009 115@3200 203@2000 104 118 17.9:1
    EH100 75-78 5871
    DQ100 68-75 4507
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitters View Post
    I need to put a new engine into my 1998 Hilux d/c, it currently has a 2.8d aftermarket turbo which has seized. I am going to get a low mileage Japanese import and apparently there are my options:


    2.4td
    2.8d
    3d
    Can anyone tell my will there engines fit in the bay without modification? Which is the best option as far as

    1. Reliability
    2. Torque
    3. on road and off road performance


    I use the vehicle for everyday runaround as well as long trips into remote areas of Africa.
    All these engines have exactly the same block, and are basically the same design, often sharing the same parts.

    So yeah, are will fit straight in.

    I've heard some good reports about the 2L turbo, but if it was me, I'd go with the 5L - 3.0l
    Wade Bowman
    '07 Land Cruiser 76 SW
    '13 Discovery 4 V6SD SE
    '07 Conqueror Conquest



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    I'm just going to add my 2c worth. We bought a 1988 D/C 2.2l last year. Neesless to say, the fuel consumption was ridiculous!! We did some homework and eventually decided on the 2.4TD. Since then we have done 10 000km with the new TD engine and very happy with it's performance, fuel consumption (11km/l) etc. From our discussions with the people in the know, the 2.0 TD is underpowered, especially if you want to fit it into a body of the Hilux. Anyway what every you decide I'm sure that you won't be dissapointed. Good Luck!!
    Last edited by Nicky Bosman; 2007/01/11 at 08:20 AM.

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    Default 5L in a pre 98 Hilux

    I've got the 5L (3.0D) fitted to my Hilux. I replaced the 2.4 TD engine that I originally had in. It is worth every cent. The swap was straight forward with no hassles, almost plug and play (pun intended). I had to make no modifications whatsoever on engine brackets, gearbox or anything else. The performance is very good, although it still is somewhat of an donkey. Definitely much stronger than the old engine. Fuel consumption is also very good. I get around 10km/l.
    If you want I will take some photos of the engine bay.

    Good luck in deciding!
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    Also remember that up Africa now ALL new Hilux's come out with the 5L, no turbo and no petrol. You wont have any problem when it comes to parts.
    '21 Hilux 2.8 Auto 4wd
    '19 Fortuner 2.8 Auto 4wd

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    Fit a 5L but fit a radiator with a larger core,

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    As a matter of interest, I kept the standard radiator and it does work perfect but to be honest, I would prefer it to be a bit bigger. The radiator from the 2.4 and 2.8D is a bit smaller.
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    Leon
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