Originally Posted by tostidos
TRD supercharger with the URD
emi and injectors. That's what they are using in the plow and claim 425 to the rear wheels. Also said there is more upside potential but they aren't having any issues right now boosting that much it's pretty well balanced. And I believe they were selling me on a Tundra axle when I was talking to them before months ago but never got really into specifics on the axle. And about the packs I honestly do not know. Also said that if you don't have at least 400 HP you won't be able to really use the 4link and any truck of the same HP shackled could keep up just fine. Please bear with me guys alot of this is new to me and I just want to do thing right the first time not regret going with a cheaper option down the road and end up costing me twice as much. If I knew everything I wouldn't be on here! Lol I definitely appreciate the suggestions and questions tho.
that's kinda my point... you've never had a built prerunner truck before. you dont know how well a properly set up leaf and tuned shock combo actually works. i mean, just because engage recomends you to link your truck based off everything else you plan to do... does not mean you should.
their race truck, the plow, which is linked has been beaten my leaf sprung trucks... links are cool but when learning to swim you dont just jump right into the deep end.
as far as swapping in a tundra axle thats kinda pointless... all you get is a wider axle... still the same size ring and pinion and with a 400+ HP linked truck you'll want at least a 9" rear end.
taking the cheap route would be to swap in a J66 pack and some bypasses and try to make it work and hope for the best. leaf springs along with bypasses and air bumps are def enough for 80% of people out there...
i'm not trying to be a debby downer or be a prick, but like ya said you're new to this and it seems like your just taking engages word and not figuring out what is best for you. i'm sure engage wants to take care of ya and build you a killer truck but links and back halfing the truck to run them def puts alot more $$$ into their pocket than a SUA set up...