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Old 05-27-2012, 04:00 AM   #23
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Just finished her... pics and a thread of my own to come... will install the MAF Cal this weekend... enjoy


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nut, glad you got everything taken care of. Sorry I wasn't around to help out, but brutha Wolfpack always got the straight scoop. Looking forward to the pics.
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nut, glad you got everything taken care of. Sorry I wasn't around to help out, but brutha Wolfpack always got the straight scoop. Looking forward to the pics.
yep! no worries man. yeah he helped me out. easy install, pretty much could have just opened the hood and thrown the box and everything fell into place haha... will post pics when i get back from so-cal (first week of june)
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Anyway to cut the tube in order to keep my behind grill lights? Just wondering. I really like the kit but i can't lose my lights
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Get a measurement for us.....measure the distance from your passenger dtrl/blinker connection, (the part with the wires coming out) to the left outermost edge of your 1st light behind the grill on the passenger side.

I can measure the gap needed for the bend, mounting bracket and MAF sensor mount, and u can go from there.

U could always go cheap and buy a bullbar, or spend a lil more and get a lightbar......then u have pleny of room for the urd.

Do u have a satoshi, or a grillcraft grill insert?
I have a grill craft and the BAMF Light Bar. I will measure it as soon as I get home. Offshore working right now. Thanks for the input guys.
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Thanks for the picks man, sick truck. Couldn't have done the install with out your tips!

Let the mods begin!
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OP thanks for the pics. I used them to clean up the install with the air pump. Turned out great! didn't even need urd's install instructions...yours were great! BTW I put it on my trd superchager...looks great...sounds great...and really opended things up for me.
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love to read more reports from those who've installed about perfomance improvement and especially concerning the MAF sensor calibrator. Is it worth all the trouble? how does the URD compair to other CAI's? is it TRUELY a cai system like they claim? Detailed pics of wiring it would really help if anyone has done it. Seriously considering this for next mod. For those of us with 2012's this seems like the only/best option for a CAI by far.
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I just installed mine Ina 2013 taco. Do a search and you will find that There is already a write up here. I used that for my install.
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love to read more reports from those who've installed about perfomance improvement and especially concerning the MAF sensor calibrator. Is it worth all the trouble? how does the URD compair to other CAI's? is it TRUELY a cai system like they claim? Detailed pics of wiring it would really help if anyone has done it. Seriously considering this for next mod. For those of us with 2012's this seems like the only/best option for a CAI by far.
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Is it worth all the trouble?
that is up to the driver honestly and ur driving/offroad habits


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especially concerning the MAF sensor calibrator
not really that hard if u can solder

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how does the URD compair to other CAI's?
comparing them for sound or gains? some are loud inside while the URD is just a middle of the road aggressive growl inside, yet screams outside the cab.

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it draws air from just behind the grill unlike ANY other intake, so I would say "yes"

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Detailed pics of wiring it would really help if anyone has done it
wiring which 1?

the intake is simple.....strip/extend 1 wire at a time

calibrator.......if available for your application, its just a matter of checking 3-4 times before you strip any wires to SPLICE....and check another time before you do CUT the 1 or 2 wires required to hijack the signal.
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^thank you. what i meant by MAF is do i need it or not? is it necessary? if youve installed this system would you do it over again or just skip it?
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It isn't necessary, as in," the truck won't be able to run without it."

It is just an additional basic tuner that gives the owner the ability to optimize the tuning over stock. For increased power and efficiency.

Not near the capability of something like the UCON by URD or AEM Standalone from Dezod. But again, those are far overkill for just an intake.
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^ if i do just the intake, no maf, will the truck run better than stock?
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