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Old 09-18-2011, 05:54 PM   #1
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Forseeing any problems?

Hey guys i wanted to get your opinion on URDs new TCAI setup that actually moves the filter in front of the radiator behind the grill, It seems like a pretty legit setup and i know URD is a pretty legit vendor. I guess id just be worried about sucking up something or water splash, That and i plan on installing a Satoshi grill soon and that seems like that might restrict airflow to the filter?

Heres a link let me know what you think!

http://www.urdusa.com/Intakes-Cold-A...duct_info.html
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I was looking at that combo, After that itd be a slow process of opening up the exhaust end because id like to do headers back all in one, Which as you probably know is quite a $$$ task. So ive been kinda researching at what way i want to go with my truck first, Lift it and do wheels and exterior and make it a mean or make it a quick truck first.
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Originally Posted by wolfpack_5150 View Post
dont forget cutting into ur truck just to install an intake.


FWIW, these trucks are pretty fast for a brick with wheels.

if u happen to be serious about more HP and TQ, ur best bet hands down is a TRD or URD blower.
^ This

You will get more bang for your buck with a supercharger. I don't believe Header-back exhaust and CAI will make it as fast as you think, but I only have a CAI so I shouldn't say much.
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Ive researched the supercharger and if i did go that way id get the URD but man 6gs... Thats a huge chunk of change. I dont expect going from 200 to 300 for sure, I expect maybe a 20 horsepower gain with the intake and exhaust. Maybe 25 if im lucky.
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Yea I don't think your gonna experience that. An intake is only going to give you more sound, maybe a little power with the URD MAF calibrator.

From what I have read here, a full exhaust (headers back) will lose low-end and gain high-end power. But like I said I'm just repeating from others.

The TRD supercharger is cheaper and if you are patient and keep looking around you can find a great deal on one.

Do lots of research (search button ^^^^) before you spend a lot of money only to be dissappointed.
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