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Old 01-06-2008, 11:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How much horse power can you get from a 22re

I'm more interested in the small things and how much hp it gives for your buck. Its a 89 half caged flatbed under the knife at a fellow wheelers shop getting the sas done, I'm also looking for a e locker, some long fields, and a divorced case or a after market case. I'd like to get closer to 200 hp or more from the motor with out swaping it.
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I'm more interested in the small things and how much hp it gives for your buck. Its a 89 half caged flatbed under the knife at a fellow wheelers shop getting the sas done, I'm also looking for a e locker, some long fields, and a divorced case or a after market case. I'd like to get closer to 200 hp or more from the motor with out swaping it.
You can get 200HP out of a 22re. How high RPM are you willing to go though?
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150-175 will cost you up to 7k to be done RIGHT.

DOA racing engines can build you a reliable 150 HP engine.
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horsepower and 22res are like antonyms...

Your best bet is get a header, mild cam and hi-flow exhaust system and call it good
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Think of it in percentages.. Its easy to get 200 ponies out of a motor that started with 185.. But these days Im guessing your 22re is pushing about 100. How much of an increase is that?
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horsepower and 22res are like antonyms...

Your best bet is get a header, mild cam and hi-flow exhaust system and call it good
I agree fully. That is what I have on my 4runner now and it will get up to 80 with 33's and stock gears, pulls hills ok for the 22re get a 3rz and a supercharger or turbo.
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You can get 200HP out of a 22re. How high RPM are you willing to go though?
Naturally aspirated, that's absolutely true.

The cheapest way to get to 200 and keep it drivable is a turbo. Realistically, you're looking at $2k-$3k if you can do most of the work yourself. You'll need to rebuild with low compression pistons.
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I'm more interested in the small things and how much hp it gives for your buck. Its a 89 half caged flatbed under the knife at a fellow wheelers shop getting the sas done, I'm also looking for a e locker, some long fields, and a divorced case or a after market case. I'd like to get closer to 200 hp or more from the motor with out swaping it.
smalls things get you squat from an REC.


i will go this route if i can ever scrape up a spare grand.
http://www.megamanual.com/forums.htm
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Toyot...QQcmdZViewItem

a good intake gasket, bigger injectors, & low comp pistons. maybe an enginebuilder head.
http://www.engnbldr.com/
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put a motor in the bed to, two 22RE's is the ceepest way
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put a motor in the bed to, two 22RE's is the ceepest way
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Yeah I don't know much about these motors yet I was told they start at 110 or 120 hp It came with a cam and a header installed I don't want to spend that much $1000-$2000 for 50-70 horse would be worth it otherwise not. Really I just want to rev out fast
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High horsepower and 22re don't belong in the same sentence. If you want power for cheap, your best bet is a small block chevy swap.
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Yeah I don't know much about these motors yet I was told they start at 110 or 120 hp It came with a cam and a header installed I don't want to spend that much $1000-$2000 for 50-70 horse would be worth it otherwise not. Really I just want to rev out fast
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Realistically, you'll be within 10-15 hp of stock with naturally aspirated bolt-ons.. IE, header, exhaust, mild cam.. And that's the optimistic case.



The good news is that you'll get improvement over the entire hp curve.. Peak hp isn't the only consideration.


Because these motors have long strokes, they're not great rev motors. Stock, they start tapering out of gas around 4500 rpm. There isn't a lot you can do about it with bolt-ons, you'd need head work and internal changes to get them to have usable power up high.

These are good, reliable, torque motors... High HP, they are not.
If you need power out of them - spend the money to turbo or do a motor swap. The motor swap is probably the best long term solution.
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:49 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I'm surprised no one has suggested the bottle. Probably the easiest way to get those #'s. The motor won't last long.
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:53 PM   #18 (permalink)
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the words power and 22re should never be in the same sentence. 2.7, 3.4, 4.3.... these numbers are your friends, any of them are much better choices for getting decent hp #'s. Remember there's no cheap replacement for displacement!

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Old 01-06-2008, 09:14 PM   #19 (permalink)
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a 125-150 shot of NOS should do it,well for a second or two anyway.Learn to love it or just do a motor swap.
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I'm surprised no one has suggested the bottle. Probably the easiest way to get those #'s. The motor won't last long.
Properly managed, there isn't any reason why you can't push up to about 200hp of power through a 22RE on stock internals.

Replace the cast pistons and you're good for over 300hp.

It's a stout little motor, especially on the bottom end.

N20 might be practical on a sprint or mud bog truck. Outside of that, it's not great for "realistic" use. If you want to use a big shot of it, you've got to moderate the way it's delivered to the motor so that it's not hitting all at once.. And just like any power adder, you need to manage fuel. Basically back to another $1000+ setup to do it right.
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I want to use it mainly for rock. More power isn't necessarily that important and is one of the last things I'll probably get around to doing. I am gonna keep the 22re I might get a builder block later but it'll still be a 22re also. Like I said before I just want it to wind out faster not that there is anything wrong with it now.

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3rz 3rz 3rz, i picked up a wrecked taco for 1000 and that has everything you need for the swap just a little wrench and welding time to swap it in and the t100 oil pan, which i need to order...
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22RE Doesn't have Horse Power. Its runs on gerbil power.


Replace your stock gerbils with these Kung-Fu trained Gerbils and you will be all set.

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3rz 3rz 3rz, i picked up a wrecked taco for 1000 and that has everything you need for the swap just a little wrench and welding time to swap it in and the t100 oil pan, which i need to order...
Hell even the 2rz is pretty damn peppy compared to a tired 22r, and those can be had even cheaper.
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Old 01-07-2008, 05:19 PM   #25 (permalink)
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This is pretty cool 2.6L stroker kit, and a 20hp head just for future reference but its more then I'm willing to do now. Good thing is it works with the stock efi system.
Thank for the link

http://www.toyotacatalog.net/M1WebGe...7-54B526F1501E

http://www.toyotacatalog.net/M1WebGe...4-B30BA799BDE6

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