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Old 12-05-2009, 09:44 PM   #1
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Urd intake

i was looking to buy and intake for my 08 tacoma, a friend told me about the URD intake, does anyone know anything about it or recommend it?
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Old 12-05-2009, 09:46 PM   #2
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Old 12-05-2009, 09:51 PM   #3
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Cutting is required. If you're comfortable with that, it has the best proven gains that I've seen from any CAI.
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As stated above, the URD TCAI combined with the MAF calibrator is the cheapest power mod that will
give you the best results besides headers. It requires the most modifications to your truck (cutting of radiator support and cutting MAF sensor wires). Also, it is not recommended to drive in the rain with.
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How much do these run?
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How much do these run?
URD currently has them for $289.
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No personal experience, but I've heard good things about URD-- good customer service.
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Are there any DIY threads on the install of the URD CAI?
are you implying that people pay to have this installed instead of doing it themselves..??
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yes, if you search around here you will also know about it , and yes.
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yes, if you search around here you will also know about it , and yes.
seriously, I'm not trying to be funny but do people really need help putting a CAI on..??
The pics look like a pipe connected to your throttle body.
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seriously, I'm not trying to be funny but do people really need help putting a CAI on..??
The pics look like a pipe connected to your throttle body.
You have to cut some material away from the core support(I think).
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Definitely worth it... (the pic is before I put the black "pre-wrap" around the filter) Note, I have had no problems with Rain/Carwashes (both self and automatic) and once I put the wrap on combined with the blacked out radiator you can barely see it. You do have to cut the sheet metal on the passenger side b/w the radiator and light but is not hard to do (I used a reciprocating saw). You will however need to splice into your existing MAF sensor wires to extend them bc you relocate the actual sensor to the front of the radiator... I found a friend that could solder.

I wouldn't recommend if you plan to offroad a lot where there are deep river crossings or mud pits but other than that you should fine.

Plus it makes a wicked sound >3,500 rpms
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