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Old 03-10-2013, 01:11 PM   #21
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Kind of curious, is there is a lot of issues with lifting and the KDSS system?
From what I've heard if you now that you are gonna get a new lift soon after purchase get one without the KDSS, but if it is mostly gonna be used onroad then the KDSS is the way to go. I know you can get the Trail's with and without the KDSS
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Kind of curious, is there is a lot of issues with lifting and the KDSS system?
The KDSS is a hydraulic system with a cylinder attached to each sway bar. It's a system that helps stabilize the vehicle on road and provides a little more articulation off road. It's not difficult to lift a vehicle with the system. When I did my OME install I used ratchet straps to secure the cylinders. It was a bit tougher of an install but once I finished I didn't have to take the 4Runner in to have the KDSS calibrated. I've read people lift a KDSS rig without securing the cylinders it'll trip the dash light and the vehicle will have a drastic lean.
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From what I've heard if you now that you are gonna get a new lift soon after purchase get one without the KDSS, but if it is mostly gonna be used onroad then the KDSS is the way to go. I know you can get the Trail's with and without the KDSS
. If you know what to expect with the KDSS it doesn't matter.
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the sway bars that come with KDSS are supposedly larger diameter and much more stout. I have nothing to compare to, but I will say I am very happy with the way it rides and corners compared to the sr5 I test drove.
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Nice truck man. Lets see some more pics of that thing. About how much lift are you running?
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Nice truck man. Lets see some more pics of that thing. About how much lift are you running?
Thanks for the kind words! Unfortunately I don't have anymore current pics....I hope to have some soon. I just took off my bull bar to make room for a winch in the near future (Bull Bar for sale if anyone is interested...and the Westin 4" oval stainless nerf bars) and removed that black plastic airdam from under the front bumper to gain some more clearance and approach angle.

As far as the lift goes, I have the Bilstein 5100s cranked all the way up in the front to the 2.5" setting and a 1.5" Daystar spacer in the rear to level it out. Ground to center-of-fender well measurements started out at about 34.5" up front and 36.5" in the back and I was at 38" (give or take a 1/4") all the way around after the install...that was with the stock tires. Haven't taken any measurements since I put the 33s on.

as a reference, here is a pic from February on lift day before:
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and after:
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Here are a few more recent pics after the N-Fabs:
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and a sunset photo:
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Haven't taken any good pics since the Duratrac install, Roof Rail blackout and Bull bar/air dam removal
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Thanks for the kind words! Unfortunately I don't have anymore current pics....I hope to have some soon. I just took off my bull bar to make room for a winch in the near future (Bull Bar for sale if anyone is interested...and the Westin 4" oval stainless nerf bars) and removed that black plastic airdam from under the front bumper to gain some more clearance and approach angle.

As far as the lift goes, I have the Bilstein 5100s cranked all the way up in the front to the 2.5" setting and a 1.5" Daystar spacer in the rear to level it out. Ground to center-of-fender well measurements started out at about 34.5" up front and 36.5" in the back and I was at 38" (give or take a 1/4") all the way around after the install...that was with the stock tires. Haven't taken any measurements since I put the 33s on.

as a reference, here is a pic from February on lift day before:
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and after:
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Here are a few more recent pics after the N-Fabs:
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and a sunset photo:
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Haven't taken any good pics since the Duratrac install, Roof Rail blackout and Bull bar/air dam removal
Looks bad ass. Like the sliders a lot more than the nerf. Bug shield looks sweet on these too havent seen too many of them.

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Anyone reading here may already be a member, but if you want to see some sweet 5th gens and chat with an awesome group of people, head over to this forum http://www.toyota-4runner.org/5th-gen-t4rs/ . 5th gen presence is very strong and from all over the country (and others).
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I just bought the wife one last night. we traded off her sequoia because it got worse MPG then my tundra. I sure hope the 4 runner gets what they show it should. I know my Tacoma didn't but was close. either way it has to be better then 10MPG she was getting with the sequoia.
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I just bought the wife one last night. we traded off her sequoia because it got worse MPG then my tundra. I sure hope the 4 runner gets what they show it should. I know my Tacoma didn't but was close. either way it has to be better then 10MPG she was getting with the sequoia.
here is the old and new side by side
With the SR5 my wife averages 20+mpg in town... 24mpg highway if you keep it below 70mph
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I just bought the wife one last night. we traded off her sequoia because it got worse MPG then my tundra. I sure hope the 4 runner gets what they show it should. I know my Tacoma didn't but was close. either way it has to be better then 10MPG she was getting with the sequoia.
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With the SR5 my wife averages 20+mpg in town... 24mpg highway if you keep it below 70mph
Solid upgrade. Got my wife one of these as well. I get to drive it on the weekends.

And TW is where all the cool 4 runner owners are hanging these days.
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You must be babying the hell out of that gas pedal. Before lift and tires my average MPG based on the computer was usually somewhere around 19 mpg. Now I am lucky for it to hit 17 mpg. The computer does not make the right calc with larger tires now...but you get the idea. I use to get 23-24 mpg coming down the mountain from Blacksburg, VA and about 16-17 mpg going up. Flat land would usually result in somewhere around 20 mpg. Not completely apples to apples since that is going 70-75 MPH. Long story short, with the stock 4runner, your computer read-out will probably fall right in the middle of the advertised values. probably 18-20 mpg for 50/50 highway/around town driving.
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Yea if I wanted super awesome gas mileage I would have gotten a prius or smart car. I love the trucks, even if they get horrible gas mileage.
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You must be babying the hell out of that gas pedal. Before lift and tires my average MPG based on the computer was usually somewhere around 19 mpg. Now I am lucky for it to hit 17 mpg. The computer does not make the right calc with larger tires now...but you get the idea. I use to get 23-24 mpg coming down the mountain from Blacksburg, VA and about 16-17 mpg going up. Flat land would usually result in somewhere around 20 mpg. Not completely apples to apples since that is going 70-75 MPH. Long story short, with the stock 4runner, your computer read-out will probably fall right in the middle of the advertised values. probably 18-20 mpg for 50/50 highway/around town driving.
Yeah. We are pretty easy on it. It's the wife's daily driver.
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Yea if I wanted super awesome gas mileage I would have gotten a prius or smart car. I love the trucks, even if they get horrible gas mileage.
We bought it cause its a great reliable vehicle... Good gas mileage is just a bonus and only cause its stock right now. Hopefully it won't stay this way for long.
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Figured I would bump this thread back up with some pics of my new wheels. Level 8 MK6, 17x8 w/ 0mm offset. Enjoy
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Picked up the 4runner for my wife so it won't get modded much.

Day we brought it home.


Trip to the lake.


How she sits now. Added steps cause my wife is 5'2" and had a hard time getting in while she was pregnant. Also tinted the front windows.
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Picked up the 4runner for my wife so it won't get modded much.

Day we brought it home.


Trip to the lake.


How she sits now. Added steps cause my wife is 5'2" and had a hard time getting in while she was pregnant. Also tinted the front windows.
Looks super nice. Lucky wife. Sr5? What year? You guys happy with it? You just have to surprise her with the mods then hope she likes it. That's what I try and do.
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