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Old 05-08-2013, 11:16 AM   #21
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Old 05-08-2013, 11:50 AM   #22
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No problem sir. For the general masses, they use the term back pressure. But without the true understanding of what it refers to. Thus it becomes easy to get a misconception of what is happening.

I knew what you meant though.

I have heard that there is a place here trying to crack the factory ecu.

I heard a while ago that some Aussies had. But I don't search AU forums regularly.

There just isn't the mass desire by owners or aftermarket to try to unlock it. So that is basically why it remains as is unfortunately.

If more Tacoma owners were interested in performance and trying to push the limits, the the story could be different.
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On an N/A setup for these trucks, don't go larger than 2.5" catback. You'll lose to much exhaust velocity thus decreasing the low end scavenging. F/I, 3".
This is good advice based on sound principles.

Consider that the very low rpm range in which you want the most torque, the engine is running far below the exhaust system's maximum flow capacity.
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