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Old 05-30-2011, 09:22 AM   #41
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Tell me about this .50 cal of yours.
I don't want to hijack the OP's thread, so you can check it out here... just scroll about halfway down the page:

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/gun...r-guns-72.html
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Old 05-31-2011, 03:21 PM   #42
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@ offroadfrogg.

I called my dealer to get a super charger ,and the service person informed that the my 2011 4.0L v6 does not accept the current supercharger.

I asked about the fit kit and he said that toyota does not offer such a kit.

Any help here? How did you get yours?

thanks

EDIT: Its for the TRD SC
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Old 05-31-2011, 06:49 PM   #43
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Oh man, i hope the dealer was wrong. I am jonesing for a Super charger
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Old 05-31-2011, 07:56 PM   #44
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@ offroadfrogg.

I called my dealer to get a super charger ,and the service person informed that the my 2011 4.0L v6 does not accept the current supercharger.

I asked about the fit kit and he said that toyota does not offer such a kit.

Any help here? How did you get yours?

thanks

EDIT: Its for the TRD SC
your dealer doesn't have a clue then. The s/c and fit kit are the same for all 05+ tacomas only thing that differs is the reflash that is done.
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warranty issue ?!? just install the cai yourself so its not on record
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A couple guys said earlier in thread that they were planning on replacing engines at 200k. Why is this? What is your rationale?
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@ offroadfrogg.

I called my dealer to get a super charger ,and the service person informed that the my 2011 4.0L v6 does not accept the current supercharger.

I asked about the fit kit and he said that toyota does not offer such a kit.

Any help here? How did you get yours?

thanks

EDIT: Its for the TRD SC
The 2011 truck has the same engine. It will fit. Not sure about the programming though.
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Old 06-01-2011, 02:22 AM   #48
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Your dealers are wrong!!! Tell them to get their heads out of their asses!! The supercharger fits and comes with the flash for the ECU and the cold air box fits and it comes with warranty. Everything fits!!! It's all available!!!

Go to another dealer!!!
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Old 06-01-2011, 04:45 AM   #49
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I just put the TRD S/C on my 2011 4.0. Had the dealer flash the ECU. Runs like a scalded ape. No issues.
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No Dyno yet, checking on the price, I got it brand new like that, dealer gave us cost on everything though and they installed everything so it would all have warranty. They bundled together everything I wanted and beat down the the total cost, so i'm not sure how much each individual part was.

Thanks for the positive feedback
You should still have the invoice, it is standard toyota protocol. That would break down the options, and any other costs. At least it will tell you part costs. There will be a "shop charge" on it but won't break down.

I'm surprised you didn't negotiate specific costs. I had 3 different quotes for the "cost" price for my intake and exhaust. It seems variable.
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Old 06-01-2011, 06:15 AM   #51
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Every little boys dream and you have it. Nice. I've been thinking about the SC but I hear the life of the SC is about 4-5 years and then you get to do it all over again. I just don't have that kind of jack.
Not true, a SC is very easy to rebuild to like new when you need to. Almost bought a Tundra w/ a SC on it, and it had been on there since new. Look into "what if I have to rebuild the SC" and found it to be pretty simple actually.
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thanks guys!

I will have chat with the dealer again.
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The dealer up here wouldn't finance my S/C or intake, only exhaust.

In was traveling for work when the S/C was insatlled, over the phone the part dept. had no idea if the S/C would work with an '11 or what parts they would need to make it work.

The parts guys and the service guys both read the manual and they called back two days later to say it was a go. The intake showed as non compatible with S/C in their computer, so I ordered one and installed myself.

Nice Truck!!
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how much would you sell your .50 cal
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Yep got it brand new from the dealer like that, I just told them the exact truck I wanted and all the accessories I wanted. And then picked it up about 3 maybe 4 weeks later. And it's all covered under toyota warranty. Then drove it straight to ORW from dealer and they put on the lift and tires.
Very Nice!
But...are you going to tell us...
come on...!
I'm dying to know how much$??
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Old 06-13-2011, 05:31 PM   #56
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UPDATE: sorry if im hijacking OP

My taco is in the shop getting the trd cat back, cold air, and S/C as we speak!
Dealer says it will be ready by Wednesday.. it is now monday... holy shit time is moving slow...

Will post pics in the intro page when i get it.
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Old 06-24-2011, 02:16 PM   #57
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how much would you sell your .50 cal
Not legal in Cali, sorry.
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same set-up on my 2012 but went with the king coilovers instead
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