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louder and faster

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by bradicus8, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. anthony250f

    anthony250f Well-Known Member

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    oh trust me. if i had headers it would NOT be dumped uder the cab hahaha
     
  2. bradicus8

    bradicus8 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    See u got headers and an intake, everything in my truck is Stock lol
    Maybe ill just leave it as is and save up for an intake, that'll make it louder AND increase performance
     
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    intake doesnt really increase performance, just get a afe drop in filter
     
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    Detective_Dan Bam-Ba-Lam

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    Not tryin to be a dick but an intake won't do anything unless paired with a full exhaust.

    Meaning, cold air intake, headers, y-pipe, and exhaust/performance muffler
     
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    I want a AT :( I have the FM super 10 and its really loud but i like it. That and the AT are both very loud, just different tones.
     
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    then get them! should i buy 4 16x8 streetlocks for like 150 ?
     
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    streetlocks? what? haha
    If anyone wants a super 10 I'm down to trade for a AT:eek:
     
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    these haha
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    :puke: no.
     
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    they are sick! hahha
     
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    U guys are saying a cold air intake won't increase HP?
     
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    Not without this other stuff listed above. And even then it's not gonna be much horsepower. Maybe 15-20 if your lucky. It will sound nice though
     
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    It definitely won't make a 210 whp truck, beat a New 5.0, but that isn't the point either. Lol.

    But if a person installed a intake and a cool muffler and now feels that they are the macho street king, by all means, take one on. Lol.

    Be warned, excessive testical size does not make the truck any faster. Lmao.
     
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    The word FAST and TRUCK, especially when it comes to these puny Tacomas shouldn't even be used in the same sentence lol. My STi, that was fast, my R1 that's scary fast.
     
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    Idk. I think my truck is pretty quick. But I have quite a bit done to it
     
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    The Xrunner is Gadget's, from URD. Not sure on how often he ran E85, but I know he helped tune some files with it
     
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