What is the difference between a 20V blacktop and Silvertop?

What is the difference between a 20V blacktop and Silvertop?

The silvertop shares the same 48mm diameter thermostat as the 16V models while the Blacktop uses a significantly larger 56mm. – Blade / butterfly diameters: While both engines have round throttle blades, however the Blacktop throttle blades are larger at 45mm compared to the 43mm of the Silvertop.

How much HP does a 4AGE blacktop have?


Bore & Stroke (mm): 81mm x 77mm
Peak Horsepower (@ RPM): 112 hp @ 6,600 RPM, 157 hp @ 7,400 RPM (20V), 167 hp @ 7,400 RPM (4A-GZE)
Peak Torque (@ RPM): 97 lb-ft @ 4,800 RPM, 119 lb-ft @ 5,600 RPM (20V), 155 lb-ft @ 5,600 RPM (4A-GZE)
Pistons/Compression Ratio: 9.4:1, 10.3:1, 10.5:1 (20V)

What cars had the 4AGE blacktop?

The 4A-GE engine was first introduced in the 1983 Sprinter Trueno AE86 and the Corolla Levin AE86.

What is a Silvertop car?

20V Silvertop (AE101 20 valve “Silvertop”) is a revision of the 16 valve version of 4AGEU, found in the Toyota AE101 Corolla. A TRD variant of the engine was used in Takumi Fujiwara’s Toyota AE86.

What engine was put in Takumi’s 86?

What’s special of his 86?: We’ll get that soon. One of the most important part is his engine, actually. It is a Group A 20V Silvertop 4A-GE engine. It can rev to 11000 (Not meaning that you should).

What is a Silvertop?

1 : an abnormal condition of various plants marked by whitened patches on the leaves and distortion and dwarfing of growing parts and caused by the feeding of insects or mites: a : such a condition of cereal and other grasses caused usually by a mite (Sitopteres graminum)

What’s the difference between Blacktop and silvertop 4AGE?

– Belt width: Unlike all the other models of 4age belt that use a 19mm belt the Blacktop belt is wider at 21mm. – Belt drive pulley width: To allow for the 2mm wider belt the Blacktop cam belt drive pulley on the crank is 1.7mm wider with a total width of 25.2mm compared to the 23.5mm pulley as used on both the 16V and 20V Silvertop engines.

When did the Toyota 4A-GE engine come out?

The versatile 4A-GE engine was introduced in May 1983. In a short period of time, the 4A-GE motor quickly became very popular among import tuners with its reliability, high performance, lightweight, and compact design. It’s been featured in Toyota’s select classics such as the AE86 and AW11 MR2.

What’s the difference between black and silver 4AGE engines?

This is a simple yet clever way of facilitating additional oil to flow between each cam lobes and bucket, this lowers wear and friction. For specific 4age camshaft timings: Bill’s Stock 4AGE description page. The Silvertop has a static compression ratio of 10.5:1 compared to the 11:1 of the black.