We have developed a supercharged 4AGE engine bolt on package. Contact Raw for details. They will rev to RPM. They are modern, smooth, efficient and reliable. Small in size but robust in nature, and above all they look magnificent. The 16v variant is a pre model and as such is exempt from the catalytic converter regulations when installed for the British market. We provide all the ancillaries needed to install these engines in specialist cars.
We also provide and install cost effective performance upgrades. The high revving characteristics of the Toyota 4AGE Engines along with the strong smooth power curve immediately created a reputation for exciting performance especially suited to light performance cars such as the Striker.
In defining a power upgrade strategy Raw supplied the bhp Silver-top version in standard form. Also now available with a bolt on supercharge option raising the power to and bhp with internal strengthening. The first upgrade to bhp retains all the standard injectors and there is no need to decompress. This upgrade has been undertaken in conjunction with Omex Technology using the highly efficient Rotrex supercharger which could be described as a belt driven turbocharger.
As it is the size of an alternator it has created the possibility of a very neat lightweight installation. Also there is no lag and a very progressive torque and power curve making driving safe at low to medium revs but absolutely mind blowing higher up the rev range. This type suits a road and track configuration.
All kits come with the Rotrex supercharger, intercooler, plenum, pipe work, filter and aura component specialist superbadge challenge 8 fixing and additional electronics needed for the Omex system.
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Re: 4AGE drive belts diagram. Prefer someone around the Sydney area but will travel a few hours for a good box! Re: 4AGE drive belts diagram well i know its wrong because the lowest tensioner which is on the left of the ac compressor. Re: 4AGE drive belts diagram That is wrong, the smooth part runs over the tensioner. Re: 4AGE drive belts diagram Should look like this Toothed side of belt contacts with toothed pulleys which are the crank pulley, and both cam pulleys. The flat side of the belt should be on the tensioner which should also be flat, which pulls in towards the center of the block - or to the front of the car.
If it is any other way then it is wrong. If your planning on changing yours, spin the motor to 0 deg as marked on the crank pulley, then also check that the two cam pulleys which have 1 dot on each of them line up with the raised section of the cover behind them.
The dots are on their face and they should point inwards at about a deg angle to each other. The mark on the crank pulley is on the outer edge also but you can use the harmonic balancer to spin it around and get the marking off that which should line up with the to 15deg markings on the plastic cover. It should line up here at 0. The harmo should do for lining it up anyways provided your pulley is not shagged.
Re: 4AGE drive belts diagram pretty sure he's talking aobut the serpentine belts, not the timing cam belt. Re: 4AGE drive belts diagram If thats what hes talking about then its wrong.
It sounds as though the belt runs under this which is not right. If it does then youll probably need to tighten the tensioner to get the belt off it then losen it to put it on right, tighten it up again and it should be right.
Dont forget to tighten the bolt in the center of the nut as this locks the tensioner. It will also need to be losened before being able to move the tensioner. The alternator and water pump belt runs no tensioner and is tensioned by the alternator.
This belt runs around the harmonic balancer and both the water pump and alternator with grooves on belt to grooves on pulley. Replies: 21 Last Post:PM. Replies: 4 Last Post:AM. Replies: 1 Last Post:PM. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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Thank you for visiting Toyhead Auto Restoration Services! The best way to contact us is by email!!! Send Email to: rick toyheadauto. Send your email to: rick toyheadauto. Allows for better clearance for carburetor and intake manifold setups that can interfere with the original OEM type outlet pipe. Performance Racing Carburetor Options and Accessories. Click Here. Kameari brand head gaskets are made of multi-layered steel. For street use.
Has replaceable clutch contact face. When it is worn out you simple replace the insert not the whole flywheel.
Our aluminum flywheels are made from the highest quality T6 aluminum. The material is fantastic for strength, heat dissipation and of course reduction in weight. The gears are heated then pressed on and secured with grade 8 button screws. The plates are milled to meet our high specifications. Prevents temperature spikes, improves cooling for high HP engines. This unit replaces and eliminates the igniter assembly unit that is located on top of the ignition coil and give a better more powerful spark at any rpm and better gas millage too!
Whether you have a powerful street machine, daily stock driver or trick Street Rod, the multiple sparks of this ignition unit will ensure complete combustion. Bolt one on and look for quicker ETs, easier starting, reduced plug fouling, quicker revving, more power and increased fuel economy.
This unit can be triggered by breaker points, magnetic pickup, or the output of an electronic amplifier. Please note: To get the full benefit of this unit I highly recommend using the blaster ignition coil listed below to replace your old stock coil. Please note: To get the full benefit of this unit we highly recommend using the blaster ignition coil listed below to replace your old stock coil. Ignition Coil Upgrade Blaster Coil.Remember Me?
What's New? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Thread: Lightweight pulleys? Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Lightweight pulleys? Just a quick query into the gains that could be made by replacing the standard pulleys on engines? I have noticed that they are available and was wondering whether they would be worth the financial outlay for the gains.
Personally i'd be looking at putting them on a silvertop 20V 4AGE, but thought it would be intersting to hear of any personal opinions on them and also what people have heard about them. Any info on the topic would be appreciated. Re: Lightweight pulleys? Gain is marginal compared to flywheel, because the diameter is much smaller. Only worth the money if it is for serious race work or wank value. Now for Sale! The moral high horse of the world!
Best way to cut keyways is someone with a wirecut machine. Ultra accurate and neat. But there isn't much gain. Cheaper and much better to get an electric water pump. Now: GA now with 1UZ lovin, might be for sale Originally Posted by mullett. Oh, it's all in the subtle differences. Like knowing someone who anodises, being able to walk into a shop full of CNC machines, knowing wirecutters and springmakers and engine rebuilders and and and.
Originally Posted by BigWorm. Mullet, yeah, it's a bit like that!The series has cast iron engine blocks and aluminum cylinder heads. To make the engine as short as possible, the cylinders are siamesed. The development of the series began in the late s, when Toyota wanted to develop a completely new engine for the Toyota Tercelsuccessor of Toyota's K engine. The 1. It also has higher compression ratioand reformulated combustion chambers to improve the fuel economy and emissions.
All variants used belt-driven SOHC eight-valve counter-flow cylinder heads with a single downdraft carburetor. The 3A engine is the successor of Toyota's first A engine, the 1A. All variants were belt-driven eight-valve counter-flow SOHC engines.
Twin carburetted swirl-intake version with Toyota TTC-C catalytic converter, introduced in August along with a facelift for the Tercel and its sister variants in Japan. Because of the swirl-intake, the sealing surface between cylinder head and valve cover is different from other SOHC A-engines, featuring vertical curves on the manifold side of the head.
Thus, those parts are not interchangeable between each other. The 4A was produced from through Fuel injection was added. A narrow-valve It was manufactured between — Toyota designed this engine with fuel economy in mind. The 4A-FE is basically the same as the 4A-F introduced in the previous generation of Corollasthe most apparent difference being the electronic fuel injection system as noted by the E. The engine was succeeded by the 3ZZ-FEa 1.
There are three generations of this engine and can be identified by the external shape of the engine. The first generation — featured a plate on the head which read "16 valve EFI" and fuel injectors in the head.
The second generation had a higher profile cam design in the head, a cam cover with ribs throughout its length, and fuel injectors in the intake manifold runners. Mechanically, the late-model engines received MAP load sensing and redesigned pistons, intake ports, and intake manifold. The second generation engine was produced from — — in the US.
The third generation — was released exclusively for the Asian market Japan, Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia only.In this page I talk in some detail about the different types of 4AGE, and a little about which cars they come in. The 4AGE soon progressed to having stronger internals, and so they diverged from there. They share the same bore and stroke 81mm x 77mmthe same size valves When fully prepared for racing, they both produce similar hp figures at similar revs, so it would seem that Toyota has done an excellent job with them.
They have a seven-rib block with oil-squirters. More information on these engines below. The clutch and clutch plate are identical as the single cam 4A model.
So how to tell the two apart? Well, the MAP sensor versions have a small black box that is attached to the inlet manifold by a rubber pipe. This pipe lets the sensor sample the inlet manifold air pressure The MAP sensor usually sits on the firewall, and looks like this. Brief summary of the different types 4AGE's come in both front and rear wheel drive form, and although they are very similar, there are a number of small differences that make swapping them over not quite as easy as it would first seem.
I won't be getting into that area, as a good friend of mine, Phil Bradshaw, has already written an excellent page on doing just that.
Please note that the engine types described here in the next few page are of Japanese production, other countries may vary on these specs slightly.
With the RWD types, they came out in big port versions only - no small ports - in basically two types as mentioned in the previous paragraph. Two odd types - - I have also heard that there was a very early and now rare 4AGE TVIS FWD that had black lettering on the cam cover, but the main difference is that the crank only has six flywheel bolts verses all the other 4AGE's that have eight and so it looks like it has a 4A-C single-cam type crankshaft.
There are much easier to find around the world. They also appear to have no oil squirters on the inside of the block, unlike the regular small port types which do.
The 20v started with a claimed ps and the blown 16v hp, though the 'Z' had a great deal more torque, but was a lot less 'revvy'. The later one having an integrated ignition coil pack system.
Many people seem to define the different types of 4AGE by the colour of the letters on the cam cover, but I think that this is not a reliable method, as from what I've seen different countries have different colours, cam covers have been repainted, and sometimes swapped. The small port head is the prefered type for performance in a road car, as they are easier to get up to about hp out of.
More than about hp the big port is best. This is what the combustion chambers look like The rest of the head is much advanced over the 'old' BDA, in that it is a single piece design and it also doesn't require to have the camshafts removed to get to the shim adjusters when working on the valve clearances.
The BDA's head comes in two large pieces, and it splits horizontally just below the cam bearings to make it possible to get to the shim adjusters. This makes the head castings a LOT more expensive, less accurate, and potentially unreliable The 4AGE's use a 'shim over bucket' system for valve clearances, and by doing this it allows you to alter the valve clearances without removing the cams, unlike just about every other twin cam engine.
The 20v head is a very different beast indeed! The obvious difference is that they have three small inlet valves instead of the more common two. This is intended to give the engine better breathing, and as the 20v is about hp it seems to work. For lots more pictures of the 20v head, please check out the second page of my 4AGE Mods page.
The exhaust side of things are very similar. Back to the Index page. And to compare the two properly, here's both together.