For Toyota Carina A60 / T150 / T170 77mm Stroke Crankshaft - High Performance 4340 EN24 Billet Steel Crank

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Toyota Carina A60 / T150 / T170 1983-1992 77mm Stroke Crankshaft

 Fit for 1983-1992 Toyota Carina A60 / T150 / T170
 Material 4340 EN24 Aircraft Chrome Moly Billet Steel
 Flywheel Bolts Pattern 8
 Rods Journal Diameter 42mm
 Main Journal Diameter 48mm
 Center Rods Length 122mm
 Max HP 1800HP
 Stroke Standard 77mm
 Feature Fully Balanced
 We have corresponding conrods for 4A-G, please contact us.


Key Features

- Precision manufactured from 4340 EN24 aircraft chrome moly billet steel

- Minimal Heat Treatment Distortion

- Minimal Size Change

- Resistance to abrasions & burn characteristics

- No reduction in the Cores strength

- Metal protection

- Suited for high output compatibility


With over 10 years of High-performance engine parts design and manufacturing, we have rich experience and intimate

knowledge to making professional crankshafts for maximum reliable performance. Our each crankshaft is always produced

with the sterling 4340 EN24 billet steel, plus full control throughout the design and manufacturing process. Many crankshafts

are manufactured and delivered to worldwide every year from our professional crankshafts factory. These crankshafts range

is cover most popular America, European and Japanese engines. We also offer custom crankshafts and private label service.


 Make Model Trim Year Stroke Engine


A60 / T150 / T170

(Only in Japan)



1.6L 4A-GE I4


 Toyota Carina T170


Toyota Carina History

The Toyota Carina was an automobile manufactured by Toyota from December 1970 to 2000. It was introduced as a four-door

counterpart of the Celica, of which it originally shared a platform. Later, it was realigned to the Corona platform, but retained

its performance image, with distinctive bodywork and interior — aimed at the youth market and remaining exclusive to Japanese

Toyota dealerships Toyota Store. It was replaced in Japan by the Toyota Allion in 2000 and was succeeded in Europe by the

Toyota Avensis.


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