How much HP can you get out of a 3SGTE?

The bottom end is reliable to about 400 BHP, will live at 500 BHP if you take it easy.

Is the 3SGTE an interference motor?

anyway, here goes: given the fact that the 3SGTE is a non-interference engine, is it possible for someone to do a head gasket job, and NOT put the crank and/or cams back at TDC, and for there to be piston-valve contact?

How much does a 3SGTE engine weight?

the bare block itself with crankshaft in it and no pistons or oil pump or water pump = 130lbs.

Is the 3S-GTE a good engine?

For its era the 3SGTE engine offers great performance. However, the engines strength is what makes them so desirable. A cast iron block and strong internals mean the 2.0 turbo engine has plenty of potential on the table. Basic tuning and bolt-on mods can take the 3S-GTE turbo engine to the next level.

What is the horsepower of a 3SGTE engine?

The compression ratio is increased to 8.8, the 3SGTE Gen 2 power reaches 224 HP at 6,000 rpm. with a torque of 250 Nm (184 lb•ft) at 4,000 rpm. The engine is mounted in Celica GT-Four ST185 and MR2. The ¼ mile time for the stock Celica GT-Four ST185 (3S-GTE Gen 2) was 15.2 sec.

What are the features of the 3S-GE Gen 3 compression ratio?

They are provided for the cars equipped with an automatic transmission, and have the following features: duration 240/240 deg, lift 8.7/8.2 mm. For the cars with a manual transmission the features are as follows: duration 254/240 deg, lift 9.8/8.2 mm. The 3S-GE Gen 3 compression ratio has increased to 10.3 and its power is 180 HP at 7,000 rpm.

What are the features of a 3S-GE camshaft?

Its camshafts have the following features: duration 244 deg, lift 8.5 mm. The 3S-GE Gen 2 compression ratio equals 10, the power has been increased to 156 HP at 6,600 rpm, and its torque is 186 Nm (137 lb•ft) at 4,800 rpm. 4.3. 3S-GE Gen 3 (1993 – 1998) is a third 3S-GE type. Its camshafts have been modified again.

How good is the stock ignition system on a 3SGTE?

The stock ignition system is really good on a 3SGTE. You will find lots of old articles about cap/rotor wear etc. Those were wrong. We routinely make over 700whp on basically stock ignition systems, and field tons of “help me” calls about malfunctioning aftermarket coil on plug systems.