2F Torque Curve Graph

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  1. Ducks

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    Does anyone have a torque curve graph for the 2F? I'm just trying to compare it with a few diesel engines to understand differences in low-end torque.

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    IIRC it peaks around 1800 rpm. Spector Off-road has a graph in their catalog, so you may also check their website to see if they have included it in the 2F pages.
     
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    I couldn't find a graph in the catalogue. I did find peak horsepower and torque numbers. I didn't realize that the 2F has more torque at lower RPMs than any of the Toyota diesels.

    2F = 210 ft.lbs. @ 1800 rpm
    3B = 166 ft.lbs. @ 2200 rpm
    2H = 177 ft.lbs. @ 2000 rpm
    1HZ = 206 ft. lbs. @ 2200 rpm
     
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    Mmmm... 2F Grunty! :)
     
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    I have one, but it is with the turbo.. not quite stock..
     

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