About Toyota TRD Supercharger
A product of the Toyota Racing Development tuning shop, the Toyota TRD Supercharger is a critical part of the TRD supercharged engine family. The 1.8-liter 1ZZ-FE inline-four engine powers the 2003-2004 Toyota Corolla and Matrix, as well as the Pontiac Vibe of the same vintage. The 2005-2011 Toyota Scion tC and 2008-2009 Scion xB housed the 2.4-liter 2AZ-FE inline-four engine. Stepping up to the V6 offerings, the 3.0-liter 1MZ-FE engine powers the 1994-2000 Toyota Camry, the 1998-2000 Sienna minivan, and the 1999-2000 Solara convertible, a Camry variant. Some of the larger TRD engine families include the 4.0-liter 1GR-FE V6 engine, powering the 2005 and later Tacoma pickup truck as well as the 2007-2009 FJ Cruiser compact SUV. The largest of the Toyota TRD engine family is the 5.7-liter 3UR-FE V8, powering the 2007 and later Tundra full-size pickup truck, as well as the 2008 and later Sequoia full-size SUV. On the sporty end of the scale, the Toyota MR2 supercharged sports car featured the 1.6-liter 4A-GZE inline-four. Although the MR2 debuted in 1984 and left the stage in the 2007 model year, the supercharged version only appeared in North America between 1988-1989. This wedge-shaped two-seat sports car featured a transverse mid-engine layout. Browse the vast inventory on eBay for a diverse selection of engines equipped with the Toyota TRD supercharger.