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RB26DETT vs 2JZ-GTE


V SPEC II NUR
08-16-2006, 11:27 AM
Both are considered among the world's best turbocharged power plants......Which will y'all pick and why (include modifications)??

jBz
09-16-2006, 07:51 PM
My preference: RB26DETT with full out racing internals, huge turbos, massive injectors, open exhaust, etc. I just love the damn rev-happy machine that is this Nissan beast. Having a fully modded block that allows 10k redline on a 2.6L I6 engine, makes for one hell of a ride.

mmcleo11
09-17-2006, 01:09 AM
2JZ is a square motor like the SR20DET, it makes good torque and revs freely. It is also capable of 800Hp on stock internals :D

The RB26 is a good engine also but to get similiar power to the 2JZ, you need rebuilt internals which makes it a more expensive motor to modify. However, if you were to compare the OS Giken RB30DETT(a long stroke RB26 with head to block spacer) with the 2JZ, they would be almost identical engines.

Too hard to compare them being apples and oranges but I love the Nissan motor a little more. Toyota Supra engine bays are a pain to work on...

The 1JZ-GTE is a much better motor than an RB25DET, that is for sure :)

Furious_Supra
09-23-2007, 06:40 AM
Of caurse 2JZ-GTE! These are the reasons,
2JZ-GTE
0-60mph(0-100km/h) 4.9sec
Top Speed 167mph(270km/h)
320bhp twin turbo
3.0L inline 6 cylinder engine.

RB26DETT

0-60mph(0-100km/h)5.4sec
Top Speed 155mph(250km/h)
276bhp twin turbo
2.6L inline 6 cylinder.
you'll see that.4WD owns but the supra with the RWD has better acceleration.LOL?:banghead:

TURBO-R1
03-16-2008, 01:34 AM
1jz And 2jz Best Engine Always (tolerance+strong+beautiful)
GOOD JOP FOR TOYOTA

Silly305
03-30-2009, 04:53 PM
I THINK IT DEPENDS ON WHAT KIND OF DRIVER U ARE? FOR AN EXAMPLE...DRAG RACERS = RWD SUPRAS:runaround:... HOLDING CORNERS AT A GREATER SPEED? AWD SKYLINES!!!!! :grinyes:

thegladhatter
04-03-2009, 04:24 PM
Both ARE terrific engines. What are you putting them in to? If it's a Toyota....go 2jz. If it is a Nissan, go rb. It's just a lot simpler that way. I had a 55 Chevy I would have loved dropping an RB26 into.

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