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That's funny because I had a 1984 with 22re because the manufacturing date was closer to 1985... so yeah there's that and yeah a 1984 late model could have a turbo engine if they offered a 22re late year as well.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I think the CARB referee would have a field day if I showed up with something that big in a Toyota and tried to get it smog approved, we have crazy smog laws here
So far I am super happy with my TDI swapped truck everything on the swap was simple....
86 model years could be made in 86. My 22RE SR5 Xtracab manufacture date is June 1986 and it's a 86 model..
I wish there was an 85 turbo 22RTE 4runner, but there's not
... The '84 ... the 22re, it had the EFI intake, injectors, and ecu, but had the carb...
Toyota Motors in Japan manufactured a 22RE engine in 1983 and a 22R-TE engine in 1984 - based upon Toyota's designated engine codes.Whether or not they ended up in a registered Toyota pickup or 4Runner for those years I don't know.I believe the 1984 model year and titled 4x4 I test drove, with a 22RE engine, was a swap in. The truck had evidence that it had been in deep water.Gnarls.
Injectors and a carburetor? Is that the 22RE-C?Gnarls.
this is wrongreally, you can't just admit you're wrongNo one is arguing that an 84 pickup could have had the 22re, but good try to change the subject of you being wrong
The 22re was available in Celica in '81...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Celica#Third_generation_.28A60.3B_1981.E2.80.931985.29looks like it started being built in 81, but was a 82 model year
Yes, I re-read your post and thought you were saying "carburetor", not C.A.R.B distributor... assuming your "carb" was meaning California Air Resources Board, since I have never heard of a C.A.R.B distributor, I was confused, and simply asked for your clarification. Then I realized you mean carb distributor like the distributor that is on a 22R... Have I got that correct?Gnarls.
I spent $125 for a Fel Pro kit and I used 2 gaskets. And the exhaust gasket blew out on start up!
I had a gut feeling once I saw the exhaust gasket, that I didn't like it. Thin cardboard, with a little bit of metal around the openings. Plus the air injection port holes were offset with the holes in the head, and manifold.
Air injection port holes? Last I checked the fuel injected models don't have air injection, at least neither of the ones at my house do.
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