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Old 10-25-2013, 07:13 AM   #41
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I need more than a butt dyno to convince me. REAL tangible results would be nice.

At $215 a pop OP should have no problems forking out for a real dyno test.
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same thing here
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How long will it take to ship once ordered? (red spacer if available...if not then uncoated)
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How long will it take to ship once ordered? (red spacer if available...if not then uncoated)
If I've got the color you order, generally just a few days. I do work a couple different jobs so usually it's a day or so in processing, but ships priority mail 2-3 days
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:21 AM   #46
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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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You have Short tubes attached to cats already?
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Old 10-27-2013, 08:28 PM   #48
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I wanted to see how you joined them and what you used, the only cats I have are what's on my stock manifolds now.. I was debating what I should use (factory or magna cats)... as far as emissions, we don't have testing either but I need the cats, or it's nasty fumes... I can do without two but not all four.
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Old 11-03-2013, 05:48 AM   #49
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Ok, who wants to go dynoing. I have a couple days vacation I need to take. I need someone who wants to drive to Asheville, NC during the week and run their truck with the IMS on the dyno.

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So no dyno numbers out there?
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:25 AM   #51
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Ok, who wants to go dynoing. I have a couple days vacation I need to take. I need someone who wants to drive to Asheville, NC during the week and run their truck with the IMS on the dyno.

Now that what I am talking about. Lets see some numbaz
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I wonder how these would work with a TRD Supercharger...?
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Update: So there's no increase in MPG for me, but I have to admit I've been driving more aggressively, because I can haha.

400 miles in maybe .5 mpg increase at most, but over time it's substantial.

My dad even noticed it was a lot more powerful and I hadn't told him I installed the spacer. No placebo affect here.
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So no dyno numbers out there?
There are positive proven results out there showing these spacers work on Toyota. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...s-300-a-2.html I have proven dyno results for Nissans, and have run once already on the Toyota but were inconclusive due to problems with the test truck, ABS brakes or computer setup etc. I have another shop that I would like to try some runs at and need someone with knowledge of their Toyota truck as I don't own one.
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There are positive proven results out there showing these spacers work on Toyota. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...s-300-a-2.html I have proven dyno results for Nissans, and have run once already on the Toyota but were inconclusive due to problems with the test truck, ABS brakes or computer setup etc. I have another shop that I would like to try some runs at and need someone with knowledge of their Toyota truck as I don't own one.
Send me one and I have a few shops out here I can run Dyno's at...
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5-8 ftlbs of torque for $200 isn't worth it IMO. I paid $45 for a super China cold air intake that is identical to a K and N. $100 in material for my exhaust and I'm sure I picked up that much or more. I paid $180 for a cam for my SBC in my other truck and I'm sure it'll net me at least 30+HP
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5-8 ftlbs of torque for $200 isn't worth it IMO. I paid $45 for a super China cold air intake that is identical to a K and N. $100 in material for my exhaust and I'm sure I picked up that much or more. I paid $180 for a cam for my SBC in my other truck and I'm sure it'll net me at least 30+HP
I dont see how a China intake is going to do you shit...
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Ok, who wants to go dynoing. I have a couple days vacation I need to take. I need someone who wants to drive to Asheville, NC during the week and run their truck with the IMS on the dyno.
Damn wish I could but I have to take off tomorrow to watch the kids and I am off Friday to get my truck detailed. If you have time later in the month or next month I may be able to work something out.
Mine is still in the box in my garage. I haven't been able to get a chance to install yet.
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5-8 ftlbs of torque for $200 isn't worth it IMO. I paid $45 for a super China cold air intake that is identical to a K and N. $100 in material for my exhaust and I'm sure I picked up that much or more. I paid $180 for a cam for my SBC in my other truck and I'm sure it'll net me at least 30+HP
Not worth it? I guess that's your opinion. IF it does add 5 tq, your looking at about $40/tq. Compare that to the Trd s/c. Minimum of about $5k. That's about $83/hp and torque. Bullydog tuner IF it adds 10hp/tq your looking at $90/hp and tq. Seems the spacer is a pretty good investment if it does what others say it does. So if you don't like it, why even post?
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5-8 ftlbs of torque for $200 isn't worth it IMO. I paid $45 for a super China cold air intake that is identical to a K and N. $100 in material for my exhaust and I'm sure I picked up that much or more. I paid $180 for a cam for my SBC in my other truck and I'm sure it'll net me at least 30+HP
Oh btw, bet you didn't get shot from that intake unless it's power loss.
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