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4 hours ago, asrock said:

121 1.5l, allion 1.5l, vios 1.5l all has the 1NZ-FE engine, but I don't know whether these are swap-able.

Previous Gen 240, 121, IST (1.5) would be compatible but Intake manifold and exhaust manifolds would be differ. even though these share the same AT Boxes (U340E), there might be slight variations with in built sensors etc.

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11 hours ago, asrock said:

121 1.5l, allion 1.5l, vios 1.5l all has the 1NZ-FE engine, but I don't know whether these are swap-able.

Unfortunately there are slight differences between the JDM spec 1NZ-FE and export model 1NZ-FE (specifically Thai man. models). So not everything is easily inter changeable.

The difference is there because Toyota had to make subtle changes to the engine depending on the market to meet things like emission requirements, fuel type consideration, etc...

So double check. Take samples when and where possible, or at the very least, detailed measurements.

In some cases (not necessarily the 1NZ) it is a matter of a different thickness of a gasket that requires a slightly longer screw/bolt/nut to things like using a different intake/exhaust manifold which results in a different of slightly off bolt pattern. <I know...seems like an unnecessary cost..but that is what they did...and still made tons of money...so..yeah...>

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On 6/27/2017 at 8:36 AM, iRage said:

Unfortunately there are slight differences between the JDM spec 1NZ-FE and export model 1NZ-FE (specifically Thai man. models). So not everything is easily inter changeable.

The difference is there because Toyota had to make subtle changes to the engine depending on the market to meet things like emission requirements, fuel type consideration, etc...

So double check. Take samples when and where possible, or at the very least, detailed measurements.

In some cases (not necessarily the 1NZ) it is a matter of a different thickness of a gasket that requires a slightly longer screw/bolt/nut to things like using a different intake/exhaust manifold which results in a different of slightly off bolt pattern. <I know...seems like an unnecessary cost..but that is what they did...and still made tons of money...so..yeah...>

Brother I'm looking for buying an engine for premio 240. Should i find an engine 1nz-fe specifically removed from a premio 240? Where can i buy this?

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