Toyota 1MZ-FE Engine | Supercharger, specs, firing order etc Toyota's 1MZ-FE was a 3.0-litre petrol engine with a 60-degree 'V' angle. With its aluminium alloy cylinder block, the 1MZ-FE engine had a service weight of 151 kg and replaced Toyota's 3VZ-FE engine. The 1MZ-FE was a non-interference engine. 1MZ-FE Toyota engine - AustralianCar.ReviewsMay take a little bit of swapping, but they are the same base engine. They should even have the same HP (210). In most cases, when you get to 2004 and beyond, Toyota started installing the 3MZ-FE into these same vehicles, which is probably completely different.
The 3MZ-FE engine had an aluminium alloy cylinder head and a carbon graphite-type cylinder head gasket. Within the cylinder head, the 3MZ-FE engine had cast iron alloy crankshafts. The exhaust camshafts were driven by a timing belt, while the intake camshafts were driven through gears on the exhaust camshafts.