The following information on Toyota's 2ZZ-GE engine is derived in large from the October issues of Sport Compact Car and Car and Driver. As always, I encourage you to obtain a copy for yourself.
New to the ZZ engine family, the 2ZZ-GE engine achieves what the 1ZZ-FE could not. The 2ZZ-GE is a 1.8L (1796cc) all-aluminum in-line 4 equipped with Toyota's VVTL-i technology and a refreshing peformance G head design, developed once again in collaboration with Yamaha. The 2ZZ block is bored out from the 1ZZ's 79mm to 82mm, and the bores, instead of using thin-wall iron liners, use a metal matrix composite (MMC) with bonded-in ceramic fibers. The stroke is shortened from the 1ZZ's 91.5mm to a more rev-friendly 85mm. Next, the compression is pushed up to 11.5:1, and the piston skirts are coated with iron and tin for wear resistance. The end result is only 2cc's extra displacement but a whole different world in performance.
2ZZ-GE Type In-line 4, aluminum block and head Bore x stroke 82.0 x 85.0mm Displacement 1796cc Compression ratio 11.5:1 Engine-control system Toyota w/ multi-point EFI; AFM Ignition system Electronic, with Toyota Direct Ignition system (TDI) Valve gear Belt-driven dual overhead cams, 4 valves per cylinder, hydraulic lifters, variable intake and exhaust valve timing and lift Power (SAE net) 180bhp @ 7600rpm Torque (SAE net) 133lb-ft @ 6800rpm Redline / Fuel cut 7800rpm / 8400rpm
Ignition is accomplished by individual coils. No matter what you throw at it, this ignition system will probably take it â€“ at least you better hope so because upgrading it may prove difficult.
The 2ZZ-GE engine, mated to a 6-spd manual FWD transaxle, debuts in the 2000 Celica GT-S (ZZT23x):
A force to be reckoned with, this Celica and the 2ZZ-GE will very likely have strong aftermarket and TRD support. To remind ourselves that this is still a COROLLA site, let's all envision a 2ZZ-GE ZZE110 Corolla... =)
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