Toyota 1JZ 2JZ Oil Pump Comparison
Toyota JZ Oil Pump Comparison
Suspicious Garage has put together a helpful guide for car enthusiasts looking to compare JZ oil pumps. The JZ engine is a popular choice for car enthusiasts looking to enhance the performance of their vehicle, and the oil pump is a critical component of the engine.
The guide compares the OEM JZ oil pump options.
The OEM JZ oil pump is a reliable and efficient option that is designed to meet the needs of most JZ applications.
Overall, if you're looking to compare JZ oil pumps, this guide from Suspicious Garage is an invaluable resource. With their expert knowledge and experience, you can make an informed decision on which oil pump is right for your JZ engine, ensuring maximum performance and reliability for your vehicle.
Differences between the oil pumps used on the various JZ engines. GE, GTE, Non-VVTi, VVTi, 1jz and 2jz.
1jzgte (most commonly found on MK3 Supra, JZX81/90/100/110) 15100-46030
Non-vvti 2jzge (most commonly found on 93-95 SC300, GS300, MK4 Supra) 15100-46042
VVTi 2jzge (most commonly found on SC300, GS300, IS300) 15100-46091
2jzgte and VVTi 2jzgte (most commonly found on MK4 Supra, Aristo) 15100-46052
You can see the lack of provision for a crank position sensor on the early Non-VVTi GE vs GTE (VVTi GE has the provision, but is still internally different from the GTE)
GE inner pump rotor diameter is 77mm, outer pump rotor diameter is 91mm
GTE inner pump rotor diameter is 85mm, outer pump rotor diameter is 108mm