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Old 06-17-2013, 03:42 PM   #1
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CSUVIPER's 07 BUILD

Brian's 07 Build


SOLD!!!! Here was the link to the classifieds add: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ad-6-lift.html




Purchased January 2007 with 3 miles on it. Modifications started within weeks of the purchase. Sold Feb 2014.

VEHICLE SPECS:
- 2007 Access Cab Toyota Tacoma
- Black Sand Pearl Exterior and Grey Interior
- 4.0L V6 DOHC 24V VVT-i
- Manual 6spd Transmission
- TRD Off Road 4x4 with electronic locking rear differential
- Factory Tow Package
- 115V/400W power outlet in the bed
- Fog Lights
- Factory JBL 6-disc CD Changer
- 82,xxx miles

SUSPENSION:
- 6" Fabtech Lift
- Front Fabtech 2.5 Dirt Logic Coil Overs
- Rear 12" Fox 2.0 12" Resi Shocks (Installed Aug. 2013)
- Light Racing Upper Control Arms
- All Pro U-Bolt Flip Kit
- Alcan custom 6" Rear Leaf Spring Pack
- Famous Fabrication Rear Shackle Flip Kit (Installed Aug. 2013)
- New drivers side stock Lower Control Arm

WHEELS/TIRES:
- 17x9 Helo Black Maxx 6 Wheels
- 315/70R17 (35") Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs

DRIVETRAIN:
- East Coast Gear Supply front and rear 4:56 Gears (purchased as complete assembled front clamshell and rear 3rd) -- (Installed in June 2013)
- CVJ Axles, Inc Rebuilt CV Axles (Installed June 2013)
- Carrier Bearing Drop

PERFORMANCE:
- TRD Cold Air Intake
- Banks Monster Cat-back Exhaust
- URD Short Shifter
- Volant Ram Air and TRD CAI Modification

EXTERIOR:
- Custom Satoshi Grill Mod
- Offroad KC lights behind the Satoshi Grill
- Color Matched Black Grill Surround
- Front Projector Headlight housings (Installed Sept 2013)
- DDM Tuning HID headlights (Installed Dec 2013)
- Black painted rear bumper
- Foglight Anytime Mod
- Locks for Bed Storage Doors
- Truxedo Low Pro Tonneau Cover
- Debadged Tailgate and bedsides
- Plastidipped side Tacoma badges
- Lock Beep Mod
- Differential Breather Mod
- Additional Bed Tie-Down Rings
- Extended Braded Stainless Steel Brake Lines
- New Battery (Installed Feb 8, 2013)

INTERIOR:
- MP3 Player Auxiliary Input in Center Console
- TRD Seat Covers
- All Weather Mats
- Raamat Sound Deadener -- Installed in the rear cab and doors
- Illuminated 4x4 Switch
- Blueinstinct Armrest and Door Handle Covers
- Led Dome Light
- Plastidipped Window Control Panels and Center Cup Holders
- 20% Front Window tint and ~15% Rear Window Tint
- Polkaudio speakers in the rear doors
- Wired for an amp (amp not included)

ARMOR:
- Demello Rock Sliders (Welded on)
- Fabtech Front Diff Skid
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Out with the old.....................and in with the new


TRD Cold Air Intake
The TRD CAI sounds great and gives a power increase that is noticeable. Since the filter box was designed with the cover, it doesn’t look the best with the cover off. It does sound better and provides more hp with the cover removed. This install was very easy and took about 30 min to complete.

Black Helo Maxx6 Wheels and Mickey Thompson MTZ Tires
Huge improvement to the looks of the truck. The wheels look great and the tires were aggressive. The tires lasted about 40k miles but were very worn toward the end. Near the end they wore uneven and caused vibration and a lot of road noise.

Fabtech 6" Lift Kit with Dirt Logix Coil Over's
The Fabtech 6" lift exceeded my expectations. The lift with bigger tires made the truck look totally different from stock. I have had my issues with lift though: Broken CV bearing (probably not put back on correctly from the install) and brake line bracket contacting coil when full turning. The 6” allows for 33” tires without any cutting of the wheel wells. Kit came with blocks and add a leaf in the back that I wasn’t fond of. I ended up replacing the blocks on the leaf springs with new 6" Alcan leaf springs.

Banks Monster Cat-Back Exhaust System
I knew Banks has the best Diesel performance parts so I took a chance at their new line of gas truck performance parts and went with the Banks Monster Exhaust. This is just a bolt on CAT Back exhaust system. The exhaust is made of 3" stainless mandrel-bent tubing with a 4" polished tip. It does have a deep throaty sound that improved and got louder after about 20k miles. I am extremely happy with this exhaust system.

Demello Sliders
The Demello Rock Sliders were the best sliders I could find for a reasonable price. A friend helped weld them stright to the frame of the truck. They are extremely strong and the wrinkle powder coating is very scratch resistant. The entire side of the truck can be lifted using the sliders and a Hi-Lift without bending at all. That tells you how strong they really are. I would recommend these to anyone.

TRD Seat Covers
These seat covers are great. They add some black to the seats and messes clean up quickly. The black rubber center however gets hot in the summer. If I would have found the forums earlier I probably would have went with the Wet Okles instead.

Truxedo Low Pro Tonneau Cover
Great addition to the truck. It looks great and keeps everything dry in the bed of the truck. It rolls up very easily for hauling the larger objects like mountain bikes. I would highly recommend this over any solid Tonneau covers for its versatility.

Light Racing Upper Control Arms (UCA's)
Installed for adjustability to get the alignment as close to stock as possible. I experienced a little bump steer and drifting when driving at highway speeds before the new UCA’S. Once installed and alignment done, the truck felt great and drove straight without problems.

URD Short Shifter
Wow, what an improvement on the length of the throw. I would recommend this to everyone with a manual. You will notice a huge difference at first, get used to it and forget later. Quicker shifting and don’t have to stretch as far to get it into gear.

Bike Mounts
Added a couple Bike Mounts that I got from a local bike shop. I cut some 2" Aluminum flat bar to slide into the bed rails. The bike mounts could just be screwed into the flat bar at this point but with the toneau cover I had to add some pvc spacers to bring them out past the toneau cover when it is rolled up. At some point I will weld up some better mounts to make them more rigid.

Locks for Bed Storage Doors
The storage compartments didn’t come with locking doors so I thought that it would be a good idea to add locks to lock up my straps. Some simple locks from any hardware store will work. I had no problems installing and they work great.

MP3 Player Auxiliary Input in center console
Dont have an i-pod but did want the ability to listen to my mp3 player from the truck so I installed the RCA Aux Input into the center console. I do believe that this was my first mod that I did to my truck. I can believe that I cut into my nice new truck within weeks of getting it. Looks like a professional install though. Picked up the module at Circuit City and it plugs right into the stock radio. Im sure it can be found at any other electronics store since Circuit City is now closed.

Aux Input: http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=111143 http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=104019

Sub/Amp Addition
I built my own box that fits between the two rear seats. I chose to push it to one side because the seats cannot be lifted to get to the storage area and I didn’t want to eliminate access to the storage compartments all together. Since I kept with the stock radio so far I had to add in a module that taps into the rear speakers to provide the signal to the amplifier. This was a tedious task but I was able to hide all the wires and it works great. Adding an amp and sub would be much easier with an aftermarket stereo. Decided that the room in the back was more important with two dogs so I removed the sub box. I still have it and would be willing to sell it for a fair price.

Black Headlight and Clear Corner Modification
This was a simple but time consuming task. It required taking off the headlight assembly, removing all the parts and putting it into the oven. The heat helps to melt the glue so you can pull the lens off. Once the lens was off, the side markers were removed and the chrome surround could be removed and painted. I painted the surround with Krylon Plastic Black Paint. Looks good, however over time the lenses have yellowed up. I don’t think it was from the mod, rather just deterioration over time. It happens.

Lock Beep Mod
I go extremely annoyed at looking back at my truck to see if it locked after pushing the remote. I added a module that easily wired into the truck fuse box to provide a nice loud beep for lock and unlock of the truck. Easy and quick to install.
Lock Beep: http://nortje.com/Products/Taco/Buzzer.htm

Differential Breather Mod
I relocated the differential breather as a "just in case" to prevent water in the differential if driving through deep water when offroading or dropping a jetski or boat in the water. This was done using fuel line as the tubing.

Additional Tie-Downs
You can never have enough tie downs if you are carying cargo. I added a couple for the bed separator and a couple toward the front of the bed. The tie downs for the bed separator required cutting holes in the composite bed and adding steel plates along the bottom to distribute the load.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...-bed-pics.html

http://www.armysurpluswarehouse.com/...-for-5-00.html

Bed Separator (Homemade)
I didnt want to pay the high price for a bed separator or bed extendor so I just purchased some netting, small carabiners and d-ring tie downs to build a separator myself. I cheated and went with netting from a cargo net that already had trim to the netting. Put the carabiners on the ends and attached to the bed rail and new tie downs.

Satoshi Grill Mod
This was the unique change to the exterior look of my truck since the lift. I say unique but the Satoshi is definitely not unique as almost everyone that mods has either done the Satoshi or bought the Grillcraft.. This mod was time consuming and required cutting out the stock grill from the surround and then using fiberglass, bondo and paint to correct the imperfections on the surround. A painted aluminum mesh grill material was added to finish it off.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...-write-up.html


Alcan Leaf Spring Addition
Alcan builds the leaf springs custom to your specifications. They already know the length that is required for different heights for the 05+ Tacoma and probably for the 1st gens as well. You just need to specify what additional weight you will have on your truck that will affect the ride height. The springs are already built to have 1/2" additional height on the driver’s side to counter the gas tank weight.
The Alcan's definitely softened the ride and gave more flex to the rear. The biggest downside is that the back of my truck is roughly 1/2" lower than the front. When ordering that was one of my key points, that I wanted to level it out. Oh well, shackle flips in the future or adjust the coilovers.
Another downside, they are not impervious to rust. The salt and mag chloride definitely broke down the paint and rust started within the first winter.
I went ahead and added the All-Pro U-bolt flip along with the Alcan’s. Added more clearance under the axle and cleaned it up a bit. I used the stock bump stop by tapping the plate that came with the U-bolt flip. I quickly noticed that the bump stop was going to be far too short with the extra added space between the frame and the axle. I need to get a longer bump stop now.
All in all I am happy with the purchase but still require spending more money on the rear suspension.
Not hard at all. Lift the truck by the frame or tow package so the axle can hang, then slightly lift up the axle and support. Unbolt the u-bolts then the leaf springs. I believe that I had to remove the shackles from the mount first then the shackle from the leaf springs.
When putting the new ones on, remember that the drivers side had the gas tank so the spring will be a little longer (about 1/2") to compensate. Don't be like me and put them on wrong and have to do the install all over again.
Another thing to keep in mind is the direction of the bolts. If you put them in backwards on the shackle side, the extra length or nut will hit and not allow for full articulation.





Illuminated 4x4 Switch
Illuminated 4x4 Switch: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...-write-up.html
LEDs: http://www.oznium.com/plcc-2

Volant Ram Air
Got this idea from post #111 from this thread:
http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/sh...ght=hood+scoop


Stainless Steel Brake Lines
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/gro...group-buy.html

Ultragauge
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/gro...5-shipped.html

Dash Light Change
This will be the most unique change to the interior look of the truck. If you have not seen the interior of the 05+ Tacoma's, it is very very orange. I am planning to change the numbers to blue and the needles to white. Should look clean and professional. This mod will also finish off my Black and Blue theme that was started with the Fabtech coilovers and shocks.
Dash LED Swap: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...s-jotaro.html; http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...uge-swaps.html
LEDs: http://www.oznium.com/plcc-2

Plastidip: Cup holder, door switch cover, side badges, rear bumper




Raamat Sound Deadener
Took a long time to install but was worth it. Cut the road noise down alot. The biggest improvement however was adding foam to the vent hole at the back of the cab. It pressurizes the cab a bit with the AC or heat on but reduces the road/wind noise alot. I had plenty of cuts from the aluminum when i was done.









Fixes

Overhead Compass/Temp Fix
Overhead Compass/Temp Fix: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...-temp-fix.html

CV Gone Bad
Also had a vibration and popping when hitting bumps that was actually caused by a blown cv joint bearing. If the cv is really loose on one side, this could be the problem.
I also had a banging or popping when turning and hitting a bump. Found out it was my brake line bracket (attached to the new spindle) hitting the coil over.
CV Replacement: http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/forum...ictures-2.html

Wheel Bearing Gone Bad
Wheel Bearing Replacement: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ts-jotaro.html

Trail Damage (or other):

Door Dent and Scratch - I was lifting the truck like the below picture shows and the hi-lift slipped out from under the truck. Must not have been straight up and down and the floor was slick. The top of the hi-lift went into the side of the passenger door.
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My truck is the tallest one in the center of this pic. This was the trail ride after the first Colorado Mod Day.






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What did you replace your fab tech lift with?
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I didn't. The end of that paragraph is misleading. Replaced the blocks on the leaf springs with new 6" Alcan leaf springs.
Changed above.
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CSUVIPER's 07 BUILD

Did some work last weekend:

Was up till midnight Sat night drilling out the rivits and installing the new shackle flip hanger.
Make sure to use a right angle drill or BFH and some heat to the frame.



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Looking good man! I love these trucks on 6" lifts!
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Looking good man! I love these trucks on 6" lifts!
Thank you very much. I love the look and feel of the extra height.
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As an owner of an '06 white access cab, I absolutely love your truck!
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really nice start off to the build! when you fixed your cv axle was it the drivers side or the passenger side? because on my tacoma. the driver side axle where is goes into the front diff. has play in it. ive read around some say its normal and others say to replace it.
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As an owner of an '06 white access cab, I absolutely love your truck!
Thank you, much appreciated.
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really nice start off to the build! when you fixed your cv axle was it the drivers side or the passenger side? because on my tacoma. the driver side axle where is goes into the front diff. has play in it. ive read around some say its normal and others say to replace it.
Thanks man. This build started in 2007 but I finally just started the build thread.

The broken cv was on the drivers side. Since I have replaced both again with rebuilt cvs because the boots were getting old and it was about the same cost to just get rebuilt ones than buy all the boots.
A little play is ok. If there isn't popping or leaking then you should be ok. When mine went bad and the bearing started breaking up, it was alot of loud popping.
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Just purchased and installed some used 315/70r17 Duratracs.
Joined the 35" club

Now I need to cut the front plastic and the cab mount so that i don't have any rubbing.
Currently the rubbing only occurs if I am turning hard and the suspension flexes from a bump or curb.


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Man your truck looks great! The Access Cab with the 6" lift looks perfect. Colorado is sick man I can't wait to wheel there some day. My gf is from Springs so we go out there once a year, I just gotta man up and drive the truck out there some time!
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Tacoma will be up for sale in the next couple weeks. If your interested in the purchase please let me know and I will give you an exclusive look and first chance to purchase.
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:26 PM   #16
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are you going to buy another truck to replace this one good luck with the sale man I'm going to miss this badass truck!
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Old 01-19-2014, 10:10 PM   #17
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CSUVIPER's 07 BUILD

Purchased a Black 2012 Tundra Crewmax Rock Warrior. Stock for now but not long.
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Old 01-20-2014, 08:38 AM   #18
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Very nice truck! I thought about getting a Tundra as well. Maybe when I need more room in the cab I'll get the Tundra. Keep us updated on the build on that beast!
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Old 02-09-2014, 05:39 PM   #19
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FOR SALE. Pm if interested.
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Old 02-15-2014, 01:46 PM   #20
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SOLD today. Now I'm sad and feel like crying.
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