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    Asalamu Alaikum everyone.

    Dear friends I need your help/guidance regarding engine swap. I have a toyota corolla e90. I want to swap its engine as the current engine is not good anymore. I also did some research about engines. Here are 4 engines in my point of view (come to know about these engines during research):

    3S-GTE 4th Gen
    2ZZ-GE VVTL-i
    4A-GE 20v Blacktop
    4A-GZE

    Now tell me which is most suitable for e90 from these 4 engines? OR tell me other engines which are suitable for e90.
    Thanks...

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    an example of wiring costs, I charged Rs 10,000~20,000/- to wire up honda, toyota, nissan n mitsubishi 4 cyl engines - these are from mid 2000s - all looms and wiring would be top notch. (the charge varied depending on the job at hand)

    There were tons of "ustaad" types who would "shtart" it for Rs 1000/- they did not care about anything else than "engine ghoom raha hai - start hai" no check light, no start signal, no A/C signal, no safety fuses and no soldering or heatshrink.

    The job would be "nitto taped" closed and handed over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaqas1 View Post
    Well if u can wire the new series engine than nothing is better. They rev better give all around good torque and good mileage. Otherwise go for 5AFE or 4AFE. If u chose 7AFE than go for the coils on newer generation its more fun.
    Did you know anybody in Islamabad or Peshawar who can wire these modern engines??
    4AFE to market mae mil hi nahi raha...........Where to find the newer generation coils 7AFE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    an example of wiring costs, I charged Rs 10,000~20,000/- to wire up honda, toyota, nissan n mitsubishi 4 cyl engines - these are from mid 2000s - all looms and wiring would be top notch. (the charge varied depending on the job at hand)

    There were tons of "ustaad" types who would "shtart" it for Rs 1000/- they did not care about anything else than "engine ghoom raha hai - start hai" no check light, no start signal, no A/C signal, no safety fuses and no soldering or heatshrink.

    The job would be "nitto taped" closed and handed over.
    hahahahahhaha............"nitto tapped".......................well said
    Kaaassshh aap Pakistan mae hotay, wiring to asaan ho jati :-p

    Lagta hai khud hi seekhni paray gi :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    an example of wiring costs, I charged Rs 10,000~20,000/- to wire up honda, toyota, nissan n mitsubishi 4 cyl engines - these are from mid 2000s - all looms and wiring would be top notch. (the charge varied depending on the job at hand)

    There were tons of "ustaad" types who would "shtart" it for Rs 1000/- they did not care about anything else than "engine ghoom raha hai - start hai" no check light, no start signal, no A/C signal, no safety fuses and no soldering or heatshrink.

    The job would be "nitto taped" closed and handed over.
    Ok, If the electrician guarantees me then I would go for ZZ series otherwise not.

    Now answer these questions which I asked earlier.
    If I am able to find last gen 7AFE than would you recommend me 7AFE or not??
    If ZZ engine is wired up completely than it would be better option than 7AFE or not??

    Latest update:
    4AFE is also not available in market :-(
    They said that Japanese engine only come in 4EFE, 5AFE & 7AFE.
    4AFE 1.6 is a pakistani variant and it is not available in market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon.virk View Post
    Ok, If the electrician guarantees me then I would go for ZZ series otherwise not.

    Now answer these questions which I asked earlier.
    If I am able to find last gen 7AFE than would you recommend me 7AFE or not??
    If ZZ engine is wired up completely than it would be better option than 7AFE or not??

    Latest update:
    4AFE is also not available in market :-(
    They said that Japanese engine only come in 4EFE, 5AFE & 7AFE.
    4AFE 1.6 is a pakistani variant and it is not available in market.
    Then I will say same thing - Go for 7afe if available. If not then go for any one of 4efe or 5afe.

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    @haroon.virk

    Don't Believe on these electricians. They are taking money only and experts in making juggar in each vehicle.

    They would said you "sir J kuch nahi honta tusi dal do ZZ series engine gadi which bad may usi nipat leway ***"

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    Quote Originally Posted by galant1 View Post
    Then I will say same thing - Go for 7afe if available. If not then go for any one of 4efe or 5afe.
    Yes I will try. But how can I distinguish between distributor type & coil type 7AFE??
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    Please pm your mob number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon.virk View Post
    Yes I will try. But how can I distinguish between distributor type & coil type 7AFE??
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    Please pm your mob number.
    Try pindi market ahata mithu khan.

    Read my thread https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/d-i...corolla-1998-a

    See images the distributorless got coils as you can see.
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    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    Where r u from?
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaqas1 View Post
    Try pindi market ahata mithu khan.

    Read my thread https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/d-i...corolla-1998-a

    See images the distributorless got coils as you can see.
    I have already read your thread.

    You shared two pictures, which one is coil type & which is distributor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaqas1 View Post
    Where r u from?
    I am from T.T.S

    As you are from Islamabad, so you can help me a lot. Can you give me your mob number?

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    @Vaqas1 can help you as he have now much experience in this....

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    TOYOTA Sprinter 86- AE80 DOHC 20v'D TOYOTA Corolla 98- AE101 4AFE 16v

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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    @Vaqas1 can help you as he have now much experience in this....

    kyon janab
    Which one is coil & distributor type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon.virk View Post
    Which one is coil & distributor type?

    Suggest an engine for toyota corolla E90 -1495617

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    As Easy As It Looks

    Look At 1st One..Its Distributor..

    2nd One....No Distributor But Only Coil..so its Distributor less
    TOYOTA Sprinter 86- AE80 DOHC 20v'D TOYOTA Corolla 98- AE101 4AFE 16v

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    Look At Manifold Also...Its Changed Too
    TOYOTA Sprinter 86- AE80 DOHC 20v'D TOYOTA Corolla 98- AE101 4AFE 16v

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon.virk View Post
    4AFE has a maximum of 113 hp.
    7AFE has a maximum of 115 hp.
    Toyota A engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Yes you are right, 7AFE have 2 hp more than 4AFE, but look at their size, 4AFE is 1.6 and 7AFE is 1.8 and their power output is almost same.
    then what is the difference between both of them which is best for reliability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentkhan View Post
    then what is the difference between both of them which is best for reliability?
    The difference is in their torque. 7AFE has a very good low end torque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaqas1 View Post
    Hmm you have no idea how much torque 7AFE got. I have used 5afe 4afe and 7afe. But 7afe is not only very quiet it has amazing torque and i am using it from last 2 years and still the torque it produces is great . 7A also gives very good milage better than 4afe. But 7afe most of them suffer from oil burning due to stuck oil ring.

    My bro had 4efte in his corolla use to give him 15kmpl+ and when required 135+HP.
    I have heard that 4efte engine has to be maintained carefully.

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