( SIMPLE PHOTOS ) This is for a used JDM 1990-1993 Toyota 3SGTE 2nd generation engine only, ***TRANSMISSION NOT INCLUDED
30 DAY WARRANTY
- 225 PS (165 kW; 222 hp) @ 6000 rpm (Japan, GT-Four & GT-Four Rally, MR2)
- 304 N⋅m (224 lbf⋅ft) @ 3200 rpm (Japan, ST185/MR2)
The second-generation Toyota CT26 used a twin entry turbine housing with dual wastegate ports. It was fitted to the second generation Toyota Celica GT-Four (ST185) as well as the Toyota MR2 Turbo (SW20). The intake charge is cooled by an air-to-air intercooler either top-mounted in the Celica or side-mounted in the MR2. The rally homologation Celica (known as GT-Four RC in Japan, Group A Rallye in Australia, or Carlos Sainz Limited Edition in Europe) used a top-mounted water-to-air intercooler and is distinguished by a hood vent rather than a hood scoop as found in the non-homologation ST185s. This generation retains the T-VIS intake manifold and the Air Flow Meter. A factory BPV is included in the SW20 MR2 Turbo but not on the Celica’s. Compression ratio is 8.8:1 and produces 200–232 hp (149–173 kW; 203–235 PS) and 200–224 lb⋅ft (271–304 N⋅m). This generation retains the injector size and throttle body size from the previous generation. However, boost is increased to 10-11 psi in the ST185 and MR2 while it is increased to 16 psi in the ST185RC. Intake and exhaust valve lift is significantly increased to 8.2 mm (0.32 in).