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Brian757's "StormTrooper" Build

Discussion in '4Runner Builds' started by Brian757, Jun 7, 2013.

  1. Jun 7, 2013 at 8:04 AM
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    Brian757

    Brian757 [OP] 4Runner Resident

    Joined:
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    VB, VA
    Vehicle:
    '02 4Runner
    FOREWARNING: PIC HEAVY.
    Continue at your own bandwidth's risk.

    This is more of a self maintenance record but is also here for everyone to enjoy.

    So, I figure that it is never too late to start one of these things and I feel like I am NOWHERE near done with my 4Runner.
    Well, I will try to put a timeline together to give you guys a brief idea of how far I have come.

    This is one of the most current shots of it.
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    INTERIOR
    • Weathertech Floormats (Here)
    • All Lights, including gauge cluster/dash converted to LED's (Here)
    • Tinted Windshield (5%) (Above AS1 line) (Here)
    • Tinted Windows (35% front/5% rear) (Here)
    EXTERIOR
    • Rubber 14" Flex Antenna (Mounted in factory location) (Look through window - Here)
    • Hand molded/cut/sawed wheel well (Here)
    • Removed runningboards (Here)
    • LED Rear license plate light (Here)
    • 4X Innovations sliders (welded) (Not yet)
    • Tundra 13WL Brake upgrade (Here)
    • Wagner Thermoquiet Ceramic brake pads (Here)
    • Replacement BugFlector from AVS (Here)
    ENGINE BAY
    SUSPENSION
    • 3" Bilstein 5100 Shocks All Around (Here)
    • 2.5/3.0" Daystar Leveling Spacer lift (Here)
    • 3" Tacoma body lift (Here)
    • 2" FJ Coils in the rear (Here)
    • 1" differential drop (Here)
    WHEELS & TIRES
    • 305/70R16 Nitto Mud Grapplers (Here)
    • 16x8 Ion Rims (Here)
    • 1.5" Custom Lathed/Built Wheel Spacers (Here)
    SOUND SYSTEM/ENTERTAINMENT
    • Alpine CDA-117 head unit (2nd one, Here)
    • 2 - 12" Alpine Type R's (Running Parallel @ 1 Ohm)
    • 1 Memphis 1000 watt monoblock amplifier (@ 1 Ohm)
    • 1 Kicker 500 watt stereo 4-channel amplifier (Here)
    • Memphis MC Series speakers all around (6.5" in front/5.25" in rear/1.5" tweeters)
    • Custom Ported Dual 12" Sub Enclosure (Here)
    MAINTENANCE
    FUTURE PLANS
    • Outdoor Logic Front Bumper
    • HornBlasters Shocker train horns
    • 2nd Gen TRD Supercharger
    • Supporting Fuel Mods
    • B&M 72068 Trans Cooler
    • New Radiator
    • Wheel Bearings
    • Eibach Adjustable Coils for front (From Toytec)
    • 35" Toyo Open Country's or MT Baja MTZ's
    • 18"x 10" Wheels (No idea as of yet)
    • PIAA Offroad Lights
    • Addicted Offroad rear bumper (plated probably)
    • Savage skid plates
    • Leather re-upholstery
    • It really never ends... I could keep going

    I do not recall everything done to my vehicle, as some work was not recorded by myself. However, from here on out, starting 5.10.13, I will record all progress made. Thank you for reading, enjoy!


    Also, for anyone who requires looking up any info on Toyotas, use this site. This engine searches through 80 Toyota technical sites. A very useful tool.
    http://www.nwtoys.com/google/
     
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