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  • Longevity of 1GR

    Hi All,

    Without getting into too much detail, what kind of life span do people generally get out of a 1GR-FE?

    Has anyone engine swapped/ looked into doing a d4d conversion?

    My car is running really well but down the track 5 years or so could be fun to do a conversion (if/when the engine spits it)

  • #2
    Petrol and diesel models have a different engine.
    The 1GR lasts a long time if the oil changes are kept up.
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    • #3
      The 1GR-FE V6 engine is arguably more reliable but thirstier and may very well outlast a 1KD-FTV D4D engine, which requires regular injector servicing.

      I'd be surprised if you didn't get at least 300,000 - 400,000km from the 1GR-FE V6 depending on how it's driven and serviced, some can go over 700,000km
      My brother in law traded his in at 370,000km because it started to show signs of smoke but it was still running.
      "S[FONT=Arial]ure itís quiet, for a diesel. But thatís like being well-behavedÖ for a murderer."[/FONT] [FONT=Arial]- Jeremy Clarkson[/FONT]


      • #4
        LOL, no way id do a D4D (Destined 4 destruction) over the v6. Seen nothing but issues with the diesel and expensive maintenance needed to keep them going.

        Mates fleet has some 1GR v6's and one has hit 800k kms last year. Oil changes are the key ingredient. 02 sensors and good fuel.


        • #5
          Just Ticked over 400,000kms on mine and still going strong. I do my oil changes every 7,500kms
          For every part broken comes the great opportunity to upgrade, enhance and improve. Just dont tell the other half how much its going to cost.