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Old 02-04-2012, 09:52 PM   #1
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Any Tacos here supercharged?

So any oahu guys have a supercharger in thier taco?
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:06 AM   #2
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S/c'd but not in Hawaii
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:57 AM   #5
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Theirs a couple of guys on oahu . I had one...Trd. about 360-370 rwhp . Why? Looking at gettin one ?
Nice numbers. What supporting mods did you have?
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With just the TRD reflash?

That's a lot of power to be making. I am going to be purchasing a TRD SC shortly after the UCON EMS becomes available for non-URD SC users.

I intend on putting the truck in the 350+ rwhp range.

Auto or manual? If auto, how did the trans like the power?
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Old 02-05-2012, 02:23 AM   #8
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Yes. Smaller pulley makes a difference ! And let the engine breath . I had an x-runner (6-speed). Transmission / diff handled . I did change to a stage 4 clutch after a BAD hop burn out broke the arms in the clutch. Xr- underground is a performance site for Tacomas. Tons of info on there !
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With just the TRD reflash?

That's a lot of power to be making. I am going to be purchasing a TRD SC shortly after the UCON EMS becomes available for non-URD SC users.

I intend on putting the truck in the 350+ rwhp range.

Auto or manual? If auto, how did the trans like the power?
Actually my bad 360-70 ish at the crank. 340 at the wheels.
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Actually my bad 360-70 ish at the crank. 340 at the wheels.
Those numbers make more sense.

And I have been reading over on Xru nearly non-stop. Need to be well educated when you go into it.
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i was thinking about getting it for a while but i dont think i will anymore..if i had a x-runner i would
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Headers, cat back , cai, smaller pulley
Do you have AFR numbers? You must be running fairly lean right?
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My lady's taco is supercharged .
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Do you have AFR numbers? You must be running fairly lean right?
Well...the AFR probe was at the tailpipe and I still had the stock mid-pipe in w/cats....11.9 to 12.5 according to the sheet
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Just put a lighter flywheel and a stage III clutch in my buddy's last weekend. He has an '08 xrunner. Not part of the forum.
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