The stock front suspension was replaced by Bilstein racing shocks, which added a 1.3-inch lift in height as well as well as a different type of Bilstein shocks on the rear. The stock wheels were replaced with 17-in TRD Black beadlock-style wheels and BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires, turning the FJ Cruiser from a sporty-looking SUV to a serious off-road machine. The stock 4.0-liter V6 engine gets the addition of a TRD Twin Vortex System supercharger that features a large air-to-water intercooler. This single upgrade add 30hp bringing the FJ Cruiser up to 345hp with 340 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,500 rpm. Add in a custom exhaust to add some noise to go with all that power and you have a truly capable off-road contender.