The Toyota 13BT Specificationsby Karen Adams
The Toyota 13BT engine was a diesel-powered engine for Toyota Land Cruisers that provided a turbocharged option needed in off-road vehicles. The BT engine is Toyota's powerful version of the 3B 3.4-L, inline, four-cylinder eight valve OHV diesel engine except with direct fuel injection. Toyota's 13BT engine provides a great option for horsepower.
History of 13BT
Honda introduced the 13BT model in 1985 along with the 12HT for Land Cruisers in 1985. The 13BT engine is an add-on to the standard 13B engine for Land Cruisers. The T indicates the engine as turbocharged, which means it has a gas compressor necessary for forced induction in an internal combustion engine. The turbocharged engine increases the density of air as it enters the engine and creates more power.
Compression, Output and Torque
The 13BT Toyota diesel engine has a compression ratio of 17.6:1 and an output of 120 horsepower at 3,400 rpm. The 13BT also provides 158 foot-pounds of torque at 2,200 rpm.
Displacement and Other Features
The Toyota 13BT engine has a displacement of 3,431 cc with a cylinder bore of 102 mm and piston stroke of 105 mm. With both cast-iron cylinder block and cylinder head alloys, the 12BT also has a OHV valvetrain.
Karen Adams has been writing professionally since 2003. At the University of Florida, she worked on the school's newspaper while earning her Bachelor of Arts in English. She contributes to many different publications regularly. Currently she lives and works in Florida and is a member of Florida University's Fiction Collective and "Tea Magazine."