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Old 08-09-14, 08:05 PM   #1
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.....comparable or the exact same as IS350F? I read that Lexus EX uses the same engine as Toyota Camry and Lexus RX uses Toyota Tundra? How about IS350F?
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The 2GR-FSE is in the IS350 (direct and port injection)...

The 2GR-FE is in the ES350, RX350, Camry, RAV4, Sienna, etc... (port injection only)...

The V6 in the Tundra is a 4.0L, the 1GR-FE
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GS 350 is the only other vehicle that uses the same engine as the IS350
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GS 350 is the only other vehicle that uses the same engine as the IS350
So it's a Lexus Engine
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A Lexus engine made by Toyota...
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So it's a Lexus Engine
The 2GR-FE and 2GR-FSE share the same internals, only difference is the fuel injection.
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The 2GR-FE and 2GR-FSE share the same internals, only difference is the fuel injection.
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The 2GR-FE and 2GR-FSE share the same internals, only difference is the fuel injection.
Not true. Only the block is the same AFAIK. There are different cams, internals, direct and port injection and a few other things that make it very different from the 2GR-FE.

Basically same block, same displacement, different engine.

Here's a link to an older SAE article about the engine's debut and whatnot:

http://www.sae.org/automag/techbrief...1-114-1-17.pdf

I think the Toyota Crown and another Toyota Japan only car uses the 2GR-FSE but the engine was designed and made for the IS series when Toyota decided to make a 3-series fighter.

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.....comparable or the exact same as IS350F? I read that Lexus EX uses the same engine as Toyota Camry and Lexus RX uses Toyota Tundra? How about IS350F?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_GR_engine#2GR-FSE

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Got to love how smooth the 3.5 V6 feels though, the 2.5 V6 wasn't as smooth for some reason.
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