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Old 10-18-2013, 12:26 PM   #21
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Sounds good, I'll probably grab one this tuesday (pay day)
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Just installed today, reset the ECU.. . There is more torque, how much more it's hard to say. The truck runs down the highway 75-80 MPH with much less strain and climbed the Ambassador Bridge in 5th converter locked no problem.

The engine note is smoother, but that was never a complaint.
The 1GR already produces more torque than the VQ. I towed a 5000 lbs car/trailer with a 2012 Frontier 4.0 (rental) from Virginia to Michigan and although it did fine, that 4.0 loved to rev, where Toyota's V6 likes staying below 2500RPM..

I am running bone stock, 265/75/16 tires, cap with some tools so I'm 400-500 lbs constantly over-weight..

after 200 miles I will tow the same trailer/car to OH, it's mostly flat but there are couple big hills on the way...

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does any body know if this will work with the urd tcai?
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as far as what? positioning/fitment or performance?
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as far as what? positioning/fitment or performance?
more so positioning/fitment im pretty sure it will help as far as performance
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does any body know if this will work with the urd tcai?
I don't have one, but I'm 90% positive you shouldn't have a problem.

Additionally my truck can still squeal tires with a bed rack, RTT, loaded truck box and bed slide.
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I don't have one, but I'm 90% positive you shouldn't have a problem.

Additionally my truck can still squeal tires with a bed rack, RTT, loaded truck box and bed slide.
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After a 240 mile work trip (returning with a 5.0 V12/trans in the bed), I'm happy to report that the spacer did make a good chunk of low end torque. The 1GR has awaken and smoothed out a bit.. throttle response also benefited naturally.. I've had two different CAIs that mostly made noise before re-installing stock stuff. This is a very good mod, it should go well with my yet to be installed shorty headers, y-pipe, and MAF box.. More twist without the stupid noise...
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XTP Intake Manifold Spacer 4.0L

Just got the spacer installed. It was late and dark... forgot to put a hose back and the engine was bogging.. zzz lol. All is okay now.

Initial observations: Definitely more torque and throttle response. It feels as if you can accelerate faster in higher gears on the highway. I've noticed an increase in instantaneous MPG ~2-3. I will update the post at the end of this week and next week to see how well it does in MPG as I drive almost 300 miles every week.

side note: I have a ~200lb camper shell, and I am running more aggressive tires with wheel spacers and a 2.5" lift.

I am very pleased with my purchase, thanks again Grey. I was so relieved that you provided hex cap bolts, getting the Allen head bolts out was a pain in the ass lol.
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Also interested in this mod....subd for updates
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Tempting. Might have to run down there and pick one up. Do you keep a stock of them for local pickup?
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After a 240 mile work trip (returning with a 5.0 V12/trans in the bed), I'm happy to report that the spacer did make a good chunk of low end torque. The 1GR has awaken and smoothed out a bit.. throttle response also benefited naturally.. I've had two different CAIs that mostly made noise before re-installing stock stuff. This is a very good mod, it should go well with my yet to be installed shorty headers, y-pipe, and MAF box.. More twist without the stupid noise...
This will be a good comparison once the headers, y pipe and MAF are installed.

I have had new headers and a set of cats waiting install for a while. Already have a MAF and spaced intake. Considering selling my DTST headers and the cats to go with the new long tubes from URD and would like an APR y pipe. Curious to hear your feedback once you finish the build.

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Tempting. Might have to run down there and pick one up. Do you keep a stock of them for local pickup?
I do, however it is best to let me know ahead of time so I make sure I have the color etc. you are wanting.
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I do, however it is best to let me know ahead of time so I make sure I have the color etc. you are wanting.
Cool. Color does not matter to me.
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