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New additions to my '95 Extended SR5 4x4

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by dark tangent, Dec 6, 2011.

  1. Dec 6, 2011 at 1:45 PM
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    dark tangent

    dark tangent [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Rigid Dually D2 Amber Driving LEDs mounted on CBI Offroad ditch light brackets.
    Merry Christmas to me...

    I just welcomed in the holiday season with some goodies.

    Bilstein 5100s for front and rear, springs, JBA Cat4ward Headers, JBA Performance Exhaust System, and a K&N Air Intake.

    Now, gotta find a shop to install the headers...
     
  2. Dec 16, 2012 at 11:45 PM
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    95tacos

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    Nice! I recently got my first Taco (had a tundra before, loved it). It's also a 95 XtraCab 4x4 SR5 :) I'm also looking to get 5100's all the way around, but not 100% sure yet, and springs. I just put the K&N air intake on. When I installed on my tundra with the 4.7, it literally made it roar. I was expecting similar results on the 3.4 but didn't really happen. Changed the sound a little bit, but not much. I could definately feel a slight difference in performance. I haven't checked fuel economy yet, though. This is going to be my off-roading "toy" when is all said and done. I have an 08 F250 and a 12 E350 for daily driving/towing, so i'm really looking forward to having some fun with the taco. Planning on upgrading shocks, springs, leaf packs, UCAs, wheels, and going to a 33" tire once I get 3" of lift ironed out. Are you planning to lift yours (or is it already lifted?)? Is it a manual or auto? Good luck!
     
  3. Dec 16, 2012 at 11:47 PM
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    95tacos

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    Don't want to derail or anything here, but do you experience a mild thump when going into 5th (if you do have a manual) ?
     
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