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Old 02-17-2009, 08:30 AM   #1
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Ordering URD MAF Cal. and have a question

I plan to order my URD MAF Cal. tonight for my TRD CAI and TRD Exhaust that are being installed tomorrow. I am wondering if there is any reason to get the MAP even if I don't plan on supercharging in the future?

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Old 02-17-2009, 08:42 AM   #2
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Why pay more for what you dont need?
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Why pay more for what you dont need?
Well I wouldn't. I just didn't know if there was another advantage to the MAP.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:02 AM   #4
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You will be fine w/o it. The MAP is specifacally for SC set up.

I ran mine for NA set up, and when tuned, I was happier than ever. I recently sold it, thinking Id be upgraded by now, but do to mail issues Im tuneless.

But yeah. Get the NA setup and have them preload a tune fow TRD Intake & Exh. Then from there you will be able to tune further, with the right tools of coarse...
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Random, but I've been wondering this about most of this forums younger members.... What kind of work do you do to afford all this at 17? I can barely afford to drive my truck to the beach and back. lol.

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Random, but I've been wondering this about most of this forums younger members.... What kind of work do you do to afford all this at 17? I can barely afford to drive my truck to the beach and back. lol.

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My parents bought me a 1999 Toyota Tacoma when I was 14 for 12K. I drove it around the house and crap like that. When I got my license I waited like 6 months and some how managed to sell the 99' for 10K. I had about 7K saved up and my parents said they would pay the other 6K for this truck. I work a lot. Smart with my money. My parents are going to be busy paying for 4 years of tuition at Cornell University next year so I pay for all of this stuff. I have a friend that works for Toyota and gets me TRD parts for a good price but that is between me and him.

I don't take the mommy and daddy paved my way through life shit well BTW. I work for what I get. I got the grades that got me into Cornell (one of the hardest schools in the country). I work my ass off and thats that.

Not saying I'm hard off but I'm not babied.
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My parents bought me a 1999 Toyota Tacoma when I was 14 for 12K. I drove it around the house and crap like that. When I got my license I waited like 6 months and some how managed to sell the 99' for 10K. I had about 7K saved up and my parents said they would pay the other 6K for this truck. I work a lot. Smart with my money. My parents are going to be busy paying for 4 years of tuition at Cornell University next year so I pay for all of this stuff. I have a friend that works for Toyota and gets me TRD parts for a good price but that is between me and him.

I don't take the mommy and daddy paved my way through life shit well BTW. I work for what I get. I got the grades that got me into Cornell (one of the hardest schools in the country). I work my ass off and thats that.

Not saying I'm hard off but I'm not babied.

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