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Superwhite Monster

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds' started by Spoonman, Dec 17, 2011.

  1. Spoonman

    Spoonman [OP] Granite Guru

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    My gas milage sucks with 3:73. Rpms are great right now! About 1700 rpm at 60mph. Low rpm but no power, and have to give it more throttle to keep that speed.
     
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  3. Spoonman

    Spoonman [OP] Granite Guru

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    Thanks guys!

    Alright, a few people have asked for more info on this snorkel.

    I got this snorkel from expeditioneers. It's an airflow Australia/America snorkel. Special fit for 05+ tacomas. And the fit is good. Didn't take much to get this thing mounted.
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    Mark @ expeditioneers has it shipped asap after he got payment. And it arrived early een with a day delay due to weather.

    I guess I didn't get a pic of the contents of the bag, but you get pretty much everything you need to get it hooked up. I had to custom do mine inside the engine bay due to fact I already messed around with my factory intake.

    The install is quite simple. You get a template that you put over the fender. Mark your holes, double check, and start drilling.
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    Drill these holes. Then make one of them huge. 105mm hole saw.
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    Boom.

    Have a friend break his arm and back struggling with that top nut.
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    Tighten nuts, plumb it up with supplied parts, and go. Fitment is tight to the body.
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    I didn't put on the a-pillar attachment, it vibrates a tiny bit but I don't feel like drilling the a-pillar. It's pretty sturdy as is.

    I trimmed down about 3/4" off the height of the hat, so it sits a little lower closer to roof height. Looks perfect to me.

    I then put some electrical tape over the clamp to clean it up.
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    I put some trim around the big 105mm hole too, worked perfect! Great clearance and there's no sharp edge to rub through.
     
  4. Reeeno403

    Reeeno403 hammerdownson

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    Dont forget to eat crappy food while doing this too!

    This kit is way easier to install compared to the Safari Snorkel. I was and am not of a fan of the way the Safari kit gets piped in.

    This kit with a little finesse and some common sense fits together pretty nice!
     
  5. chyknees

    chyknees 13th wunder

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    Saw the new snorkel on IG! Looks even better on a computer screen then my phone.

    my IG is mynameisjarel
     
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    Krazie Sj Resident Jackass

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    I'm going to punch you right in the wiener next time I see you.

    Sadly it'll probably be the most action you've seen in a while and I'll probably promptly get asked out to dinner.
     
  7. Spoonman

    Spoonman [OP] Granite Guru

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    Oh you'd be surprised my friend :D
     
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    RJALLDAY702 U MAD? OH U MAD

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  10. Spoonman

    Spoonman [OP] Granite Guru

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    I could say te same about yours, my friend!

    :eek: how dare I! My apologies :D


    Good news everyone!
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    You can thank that Reno guy for being an Axel Donor. Hahaha he's too broke to pay off the LT kit right now anyhow.
     
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    maxamillion2345 Go home if you don't like guns liquor and whores.

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    But of course! Couldn't have done it without ya! So glad to have REAL 2wd again. Next is to make it an even 4.
     
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    God, this totally just worked on me.
     
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    NumNutz One of the original 7928

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