What is the difference between a Toyota 22R and a 22RE engine?

10/25/2020 Off By admin

What is the difference between a Toyota 22R and a 22RE engine?

22R and 22RE are essentially the same engine, except that the RE has fuel injection slapped onto the intake.

How good is the 22R engine?

The 22R and RE are by far the most reliable engines Toyota ever built, I had three pickups with both the 22R and RE engines and never had a problem. All of them had well over 200,000 miles on them. When I sold my 92, it had over 350,000 miles on it.

When did the Toyota 22R engine come out?

The Toyota 22R family consisted of the 22R, 22RE, and 22R-TE. The 22R was first available in 1981 with the 22RE becoming available in 1983. The 22RE was very similar to the 22R engine, but the E denoted the addition of electronic fuel injection (EFI).

What are the specs of a Toyota 22RE?

Toyota 22RE Performance Specs. The engine is 2.366 liters, or 144.4 cubic inches, so this power to weight ratio is not particularly great, but as mentioned before, this engine was more known for its great durability. The cylinder bore was measured at 3.62 inches with a stroke of 3.5 inches.

What was the weight of a 1988 Toyota pickup?

The 1988 Toyota Pickup had several cab and bed sizes, so the exterior dimensions vary slightly among body styles. It was 174.6 to 195.5 inches long, 63.8 to 66.5 inches wide, 60.3 to 67.3 inches high and had a 103 to 123.5 inch wheelbase. It had a curb weight — weight without passengers or cargo — ranging from 2,555 lbs. to 3,415 lbs.

What kind of fuel injection does a Toyota 22R-E have?

The Toyota 22R-E engine has an electronic fuel injection (EFI) system and ignition system with a mechanical distributor. In 1985, the 22R engine was redesigned, many parts from the newer 22R-E (such as cylinder head, block, pistons, the timing chain, and cover, water and oil pumps) are not compatible with those from the older pre-1985 engine.