Contact us for a shipping quote! Price does not include shipping to or from us. Cylinder bore and block decking will be determined by the condition of the block being used.
Why spend an extra $1,000-$3,000 more for a built short block, when we offer the exact same components (lets face it, everyone uses the same components) and many of the same machine shops everyone uses?
Truth be told, not a single major Supra parts business has its own machine shop tools. Not one, us included. What we do have are machine shops (2) that have been machining 2JZ motors for years, so once we understand the application of the engine (race only, fast street car, etc), then we machine the block with the tolerances required.
We assemble and meticulously build each motor in-house. All our tolerances are checked and then double-checked. Crank has already been confirmed rotationally during high-speed final balancing.
Pistons weighed, rods weighed. We cannot describe everything we do in a simple listing, but suffice it to say, it's a comprehensive build. Rings are hand filed, and all torque settings done using SnapOn instruments kept in spec. You end up with a professionally assembled engine ready for install.
2JZGTE/2JZGE engines that have been prepped for power with forged pistons, ARP hardware, micro-polished and chamfered OEM crankshafts, machined using state-of-the-art equipment, and custom 2JZGTE specific billet torque plates are what our customers demand. We can do 1JZs, too!
On top of this, Supra owners want to make sure the engines are proven, cost-effective (budget minded) and available for quick turn around times.
Your wish is our desire. The XAT Racing Stage 1+ race prepped 2JZGTE shortblock starts complete at well under $6000!
We start with a thoroughly inspected 2JZGTE bottom end, which is inspected and cleaned, prior to being selected for fitment of quality components.
The engines are then machined using a custom built billet torque plate (we have our own torque plates), so the engine stays "square and true" during machine work and prep for new forged pistons. Why we use a torque plate is explained in this video (same holds true for our setups, if not more so).