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Supercharger check list.

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by mizzac, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. Aug 17, 2012 at 5:42 PM
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    mizzac

    mizzac [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Alright guys, Im looking at buying a used trd charger(again) and am wanting to make a checklist of everything I have and will need. Once that is completed and I hopefully have the S/C I'll try to use this thread as a install guide for others.

    So starting off the kit I am purchasing would include the following:

    Supercharger (need gaskets)

    Comes with fuels upgrades and all hardware to install s/c(will try to get more accurate list of what this includes. Can anyone point me or tell me a exact list of what is needed here?)


    http://www.trdparts4u.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=-9052 This is the install kit. As far as I have found no one really knows what is included with it.


    stock pulley

    URD 2.2 pulley

    URD 7th injector

    URD 02 sensor calibrator
    (was told its for the 97-00)

    Auto meter boost gauge

    dual gauge pod for a 1997 4runner

    lc2 wide band sensor
    (gauge needs new wide band sensor)

    New never installed Downey off road headers chrome.( Need bolts)


    Here is a photo to show what is included.
    http://images.craigslist.org/5E35K45M53K83Fa3Jfc8e68c46cdf0b2c1288.jpg
    http://images.craigslist.org/5L95Ed5Kd3Eb3F93Mbc8e4b1cbc1441e518bb.jpg


    Im still researching and reading up on this but any info you guys can offer that will save some time would be appreciated. I'll be in touch with the seller tonight or tomorrow for a more accurate list of what would be included.
     
  2. Aug 19, 2012 at 3:33 PM
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    mizzac

    mizzac [OP] Well-Known Member

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    According to the Installation Manual for the supercharger this is what is needed for installation and what the kit includes.

    Qty Description Connection or Installation Location Page Part Number
    1 Supercharger/Manifold Assembly Main Assembly - Bolts directly to Factory Manifold 11 00602-17620-207
    1 Supercharger Belt Replaces Factory Alternator Belt 12-13 00602-17620-026
    1 Assembly, Tensioner Plate and Pulley Installed on front of engine 10 00602-17620-082*
    1 Kit, Dynamic Tensioner Plate Installation Hardware 9 00602-17620-090
    1 Dynamic Tensioner Plate Installed on front of engine 9 00602-17620-015P-4
    1 Bolt, 10 x 1.25 X 70mm Flat Head Bolt Hole A 10
    1 Bolt, 10 x 1.25 X 135mm Hex Head Bolt Hole B 10
    1 Washer, 10mm Flat Bolt Hole C 10
    1 Wiring Loom Relocation Bracket Installed on front of engine 9 00602-17620-077
    1 Dipstick Relocation Bracket Installed on front of engine 10 00602-17620-078
    1 6 X 10 X 12mm Bolt Dipstick relocation bracket 10
    1 6mm Flat Washer Dipstick relocation bracket 10
    1 Kit, Literature
    1 Manual, 3.4 Installation - Revision B 00602-05100-221
    1 Gasket, 3.4 S/C Throttle Body Between Factory Throttle Body and TRD Supercharger 14 00602-17620-032
    1 EO Sticker Place underneath hood 15
    1 Warranty Card (Fill out and send to TRD) ** WARNING POTENTIAL LOSS OF WARRANTY ** see inside covers
    1 Warranty Certificate Keep in red envelope, in glove compartment -
    1 Hanger, Mirror SC Noise Warning Makes customers aware of Roots-type supercharger whine - 00602-05100-045
    1 Sticker, TRD Sport Parts Place as desired on external surfaces of vehicle - 05100-SP100
    1 Decal, Supercharger Place as desired. Usually placed on Factory Timing Belt Cover - 00602-17620-042
    1 Template for Cutting Front Cover Use to modify Factory Timing Belt Cover 8 00602-17620-2TP
    1 Belt Routing Sticker Under hood 15
    1 Premium Fuel Sticker Place one on or near fuel gauge, the other inside fuel filler door 15
    3 Set, TRD S/C Emblems Place as desired on external surfaces of vehicle 15 00602-17620-SCE
    Supercharger Brochure, Catalogs, Promo. Matl. -
    1 Hose, Connector and Hardware Kit
    1 1/8” Vacuum Plug 2001 and newer Tacoma only w/Drive by Wire Throttle Body 1790339-07016
    1 3/8" Vacuum Plug Intake Silencer Plug
    1 Vacuum Hose - 1/2" x 34" long Connects Air Tube to Cam Cover 21-23
    1 Vacuum Hose - 3mm x 9" long Connects Vacuum Throttle Opener to Intake Manifold 21-23
    1 Vacuum Hose - 3mm x 5" long Connects Vacuum Throttle Opener to Intake Manifold 12
    2 Hose Clips, Black Plastic Retains Evaporative Canister Hose to Throttle Cable 14
    1 Vacuum Adapter Tee -
    5/16" x 5/16" x 1/4" 4WD Only See Hose Routing Schematic Figure B 21
    1 Valve, IAC Check Installed near IAC Valve 23 00602-17620-065
    1 Spacer, Manifold Support Bracket Installed between manifold and Factory Support Bracket on driver’s side 11
    1 Bolt, 8 x 1.25 x 35mm Flange Head Used to secure Factory Support Bracket, through above spacer, to S/C Manifold 11
    1 Bolt, Hex, 8 x 1.25 x 170 w/10mm Wrench Flat Installed through the top of supercharger to the Factory manifold 11
    4 Socket Head Cap Screws, 8 x 1.25 x 65mm Attaches Throttle Body to TRD S/C Manifold 14
    4 Washer, 8mm Flat 1 per Socket Head Cap Screw Used to attach Throttle Body to TRD S/C Manifold 14
    1 Bracket, Accelerator and Transmission Cable Used on all applications except 4WD, Manual-Transmission Tacoma 14
    1 Bracket, Accelerator Cable 4WD MT Tacoma Only Used on 4WD, Manual-Transmission Tacoma only 14
    1 Bracket, Throttle Cable 2001 and newer 4Runner only w/Drive by Wire Throttle Body 1400602-17620-080
    2 Bolt, Hex, 6 x 1.0 x 12mm Used to attach Throttle Cable Brackets to S/C Manifold 14
    2 Washer, Flat, 6mm Used with bolts to attach Throttle Cable Brackets to S/C Manifold 14



    Tools Recommended
    Basic Tools Basic Metric Socket, Allen & Open-End Wrench Sets
    Pencil & Paper for Drawing Schematics of Cable Routing
    1/2" Wide Masking Tape for Labeling Hardware, Parts and Belts
    2" Wide Masking Tape for Covering Intake Manifold while Working on Engine
    A Clean Work Bench
    A Parts Tray
    Rags or Shop Towels
    Safety Tools Safety Goggles
    Special Tools Thread Locking Liquid, LocTite
    ®
    P/N 243 (recommended) or 242
    14 mm Angled (22.5 degrees) Flat Ratchet for Power Steering Belt Adjuster Bolt
    Scribe for Marking Cutline on Timing Belt Cover
    Coping Saw Blade or other Flexible Saw for Cutting Plastic Timing Belt Cover
    Toyota Repair Manual (available from Toyota, 1-800-622-2033)
     
  3. Aug 19, 2012 at 5:25 PM
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    Twistinemup307

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    sweet thread bro, good luck with the installation!!
     
  4. Aug 19, 2012 at 8:54 PM
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    Taken from SAR_SQUID on TTORA

    Here is a pretty complete list of everything you'll need if you want to do it the right way, the 1st time.

    TRD 5VZ-FE 3.4L V-6 Supercharger Kit
    URD 5VZ-FE 7th Injector Kit
    URD 2.2" Supercharger Pulley
    IPT Valve Body Upgrade (if your truck is automatic trans)
    Hayden 679 Trans Cooler (if your truck is Automatic Trans)
    Your choice of Wideband o2 Kit
    Scan Tool - I recommend the Auto X-Ray EZ-Scan4000
    Laptop Computer

    I run the Supercharger fuel upgrade kit with the 6 hi-flow injectors, but back when i did my supercharger the URD 7th kit was not available. If I were to do it now, I would go with the URD 7th kit. It's easier to install, and easier to tune and control. For wideband, I'm using the Innovate Standalone Gauge Kit (LC-1 and XD-16).

    If I had it to do all over again - I would absolutely do it all over again.

    Pros:
    Speed
    Horsepower
    You'll learn A LOT about how your truck works
    Cool factor

    Cons:
    Very expensive to do RIGHT (lots of things to buy in addition to the Supercharger)
    It will take a while to get everything dialed in just right.
    There is the potential to really mess up your truck if you do something wrong.
    You must run premium gasoline ONLY

    Neutral:
    Contrary to popular belief your truck will not be any less reliable
    As long as you drive normal your MPG will not noticably change.

    The biggest things for you to consider is the cost, and the "break-in" period (for lack of a better term).

    Cost:
    There's the price of the Supercharger kit. You need to do the URD fuel system mods. URD Pulley. If your truck is automatic like mine, you need the Valve-Body upgrade, and an additional Trans Cooler. You need all the tools to tune and monitor it (laptop, wideband o2, scan tool, etc).

    "break-in" period:
    After you install the Superchager, and fuel upgrades and initially tune it - THINGS ARE GOING TO GO WRONG. I guarantee it. Usually it's nothing big, but it is going to be very frustrating to troubleshoot sometimes.

    BUT - once you get it dialed in, it's well worth it. It's been over 2 years since I've had any problems. It runs like a champion! I have no doubts of my trucks reliability.

    Would I do it again? Yes!
    Would I recommend it? Yes! ...as long as you do it right.

    If you try to cut corners, you're asking for trouble.
     
  5. Sep 24, 2012 at 12:19 PM
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    shelshelly90

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    TRD supercharger, URD fuel mods, K&N Intake, throttle body spacer, flowmaster 40 series exhaust,
    you going to run a dyanmic tensioner?
     
  6. Sep 24, 2012 at 6:05 PM
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    mizzac

    mizzac [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I plan on it, the S/c got sold so this will just become a checklist of when i find another one.
     
  7. Sep 24, 2012 at 7:12 PM
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    TRD supercharger, URD fuel mods, K&N Intake, throttle body spacer, flowmaster 40 series exhaust,
    let me know i have the bracket and bolts for the tensioner, tensioners can be bought at any local autoparts store. 75 shipped for the bracket and bolts, and then 40 for the tensioner from the sutoparts store. way better than the 300+ that TRD wants.
     

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