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TodayWasTHeDaY's Canadian Supercharged Stick Shift Taco

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds (2005-2015)' started by TodayWasTHeDaY, Aug 22, 2020.

  1. Aug 22, 2020 at 11:16 AM
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    TodayWasTHeDaY

    TodayWasTHeDaY [OP] Canadian Taco

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    It all started when I traded in a blue 2008 sport double cab for this Magnetic Grey 2015 sport double cab. Jumped on it because manual Toyota's tend to be unicorns and it was newer with less mileage of course. Stuck a supercharger on it cause these trucks are fun as hell with the added pep and it was something I wanted to do for a long while.

    Tacomaworld got me by the short and curlys thanks to the supportive and badass supercharged community on here. I have less money and my truck goes a lot faster. I'd do it again in a heartbeat.

    Everything installed by myself except for the upgraded fuel pump, which I didn't have the confidence or tools (trans jack) to do myself at the time. I'd do it now though. It's always nice to have the tools and knowledge to do things yourself and it saves lots of money that can be used for more mods and tools. Also, not being billed hourly means you can take your time and do it to your own standards.

    Fully debadged

    Older pics

    https://youtu.be/GNmZBlvggAE

    Engine Mods:

    -Ported/smoothed/port-matched Magnuson supercharger (post #2) and intake runners (post #3)

    -2.3 Smoothflow quick change pulley with ripp mod

    -Aquamist HSF-3 methanol injection system with 750 cc/min spraying (two 375 cc/min nozzles installed) proportionally with injector pulses. (post #8)

    -Mightytacoman cam gears

    -AFE Magnum cold air intake with 3" 4runner/FJ intake tube to 76mm Tundra throttle body (URD adaptor and SC intake smoothed out and port matched for a smooth step down from the throttle body). 4runner/FJ MAF spiced in and adjusted for flow in Hptuners. AFE Momentum scoop added. (post #102)

    -URD equal length headers (the 05-11 ones, wink wink nudge nudge), ARP stainless header studs 434-1301

    -NST gold crank, SC crank, water pump & alternator pulleys

    -Roush SC belt tensioner with LFP 50mm double bearing pulley

    -Walbro 255 fuel pump

    -UPR billet catch can

    -Battery relocation to behind rear passenger seat and larger SC intercooler reservoir mounted where battery used to be. Napa Legend AGM battery NAB 349AGM. HKB Electronics Mk3 blade voltage booster. (post #13)

    -ZZP high output SC coolant pump, 9.25 gpm (post #143)

    -NGK Ruthenium spark plugs (LFER7BHX/95125)

    No belts or radiator shroud gives the best view of the blingy pulleys.


    Custom aluminum headlight fluid cap.... Because I'm a dork.


    Drivetrain Mods:

    -Spec Stage 3+ clutch (post #4)

    -URD lightweight steel flywheel (post #4)

    -Core/Hurst T-handle short throw shifter (post #6)

    -Eaton Detroit Truetrac LSD 913A541(post #98)

    -Cheap ass leaf spring clamps (Superior 13-1401A) to reduce axle wrap (post #60 and #62)


    Random and Interior Mods:

    -JustDSM HPTuner'd with rev hang deleted. So much to be had with a great custom tune.

    -AEM 30-4110 afr and 30-4407 oil pressure gauge (post #138)

    -Lotek gauge pillar w/Speedhut boost gauge, Aquamist gauge and ram ball mount for Bullydog Gt platinum digital gauge (can display four parameters and read and clear DTC's on the fly). Currently have battery voltage, vehicle load, coolant temp and fuel pressure set up on the BD display (post #140)

    -Bussman RTMR powering three gauges and an ignition controlled relay powering the SC intercooler pump. 5 fused outputs and five fused switchable relays (post #139)

    -Black cat customs gauge cluster faceplate (post #7)

    -Gas pedal spacer (3/4") to bring pedal level with brake pedal for heel toe shifting (post #39)

    -Remote start was already dealership installed by previous owner

    -Factory black heated leather ass warmers

    -Up2NoGood's heated mirror kit

    -Back wall and three out of the four doors have Kilmat 50 mil sound deadening butyl mat. Need to get that last door done and maybe do the floor someday.

    -Debadged warning labels on the sun visors (post #56 & #57)

    -High performance start up screen


    Exterior Mods:

    -Headlight Services Harness and Osram H4 Super Bright bulbs

    -Grillcraft upper and lower billet grill

    -Stealth Custom Series dark bronze F5 rims

    -Nokian Rotiiva 265/70r 17

    -Locking tailgate

    -Bakflip MX4 tonneu cover (replacing Bakflip HD due to hail damage insurance claim)

    -Bed mat and extra tie downs installed

    -Energy Suspension poly radiator bushings 9.4101G

    -Rear diff breather mod into drivers side rear bed cubby

    -Bash guard for methanol tank in truck bed (post #58 & #59)

    -Fully debadged

    -Cut down radio antenna (post #41)

    -Trimmed mudflaps (post #36)


    Mods That Turned Into Big Piles of Flaming Shit: :bananadead::poking:

    -Clutchmasters Hydro bearing (post #4 & #86 & #98), removed March 2021 after main seal blew all brake fluid out of system. Lasted 2800km.


    Wish List:

    -Full time traction control kill switch so I don't have to hold the button for five seconds when I'm stopped. I think this one will be best incorporated after a Tru-trac gets installed.

    -Cutting brake would be fun as hell

    -Hammer hangers with brace

    -Better radiator and possibly building a shroud to guide air through radiator.

    -Install my Bussman RTMR and run the SC intercooler pump off it.

    -Some sort of flow switch for intercooler

    -Indicator light for intercooler pump

    -Roostfactor y-pipe and better exhaust

    -Better stereo and speakers and sound deadening

    -Under hood lighting

    -Maybe a mild lift (thinking 1") at some point

    -FJ transfer case. Never been a fan of the electronic actuators. FJ diff tube

    -Solid motor and trans mounts

    -Poly cab mount bushings

    -Relocate my catch can for the third time

    -Window and possibly windshield tint


    The "Dreaming" Wishlist:

    -Built and sleeved motor

    -Interested in the possibility of adding a rear mounted turbo to twin charge. SC takes care of the low to mid range and turbo for mid to high end.


    Big thanks to these guys:

    @12TRDTacoma for his SC Bible thread and help with belts and pulleys.

    @Athlaos for being a badass fellow Canadian. When plans fell through for us to change my clutch at his place it inspired me to tackle the job on my own.

    @BassAckwards for his excellent thread on how to change a clutch on our trucks.

    @JustDSM for all the personalized tuning and being great to deal with.

    @Roostfactor, @BillDaCat8, @Torspd, @mightytacoman and countless others in the SC thread or in PM's for tips and advice.
     
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  2. Aug 22, 2020 at 11:19 AM
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    TodayWasTHeDaY [OP] Canadian Taco

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    Ported/Smoothed Supercharger

    Ported SC a conservative amount. The inlet at the rotors basically can't be ported at all due to thin wall thicknesses everywhere. The whole inlet from the throttle body to the rotors can be smoothed but can't grind too much because of thin wall thickness. I opened the outlet probably 15% at the rotors, inlet at the rotors 2% (guessing) and smoothed the inlet runners and ported and port matched the SC outlet into the runners. Smoothed the inlet from the throttle body too.

    Used a pencil type Pneumatic grinder but it was fairly awkward working at an angle in the front. You can see some scratches to the right side of the V where the grinder got away from me and cut through the tap. Steady, steady hand needed. I ended up using a small hand file a lot. Lots of sanding with paper to smooth things out. Went to about 180 grit on everything because from everything I read a little bit of roughness allows a layer of air for most of the airflow to slide over. Too smooth actually can make less flow. There is a 2-3mm lip underneath the left side of the v shaped outlet port that I mostly shaved away. The widest part at the bottom of the v can't be widened anymore due to the way the casting is.

    Very difficult to remove much material from anything due to the way the casting is. I could have opened up the outlet more but it was a pain in the ass and if the inlet can't be opened up then effeciency goes out the window. People have wrecked blowers where they blow less air so I went modest.

    Also cut away the parts of the two barbed hose fittings (brake booster and vsv) that stick out on the inside of the sc intake.

    Before pic - I removed material that was sharpied and kept the bevel edge.
    [​IMG]

    Work in progress
    [​IMG]

    Finished - some edge scratches due to grinder getting away from me. very awkward to grind at an angle.
    [​IMG]

    Also port matched the URD adaptor to the intake of the SC. Although possible to smooth out and port it somewhat the inlet will never be able to match the 76 mm opening of the throttle body. The adaptor steps down to the SC inlet size. There is an inside ridge on the inlet flange that can be ground down and the throttle body adaptor can be matched to that.

    After doing that I attached the throttle body adapter to the (removed) SC and smoothed and ported it as much as I could. The SC inlet doesn't have much material that can be removed past where the throttle body bolts on. A lot of what I reduced was on the inside corner of the SC inlet and the throttle body adaptor had an asymmetric outlet shape to match that after i was done.

    Never took a single picture unfortunately.

    Impossible to tell what gains have been made through this because I did this over a two month period along with changing the clutch, installing lightweight flywheel and NST pulleys, cam gears, 4runner intake tube with tundra throttle body, and URD equal length headers.

    The truck does accelerate noticeably quicker and smoother now but a lot of factors at work.
     
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  3. Aug 22, 2020 at 11:28 AM
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    Instake Runner Porting/Smoothing/Port Matching to SC

    Intake Runner
    Top port is untouched, middle port is roughly ground down. The side edges that still look like a lip are actually divots and if you ground those down you'd probably put a hole through to the outside.
    [​IMG]

    Finished (or close to it)
    [​IMG]

    SC Outlet Port Matching
    Removed a bit of material to smooth the radius into the runners and port matched it together to the runners. Awkward spot also and had to resort to a lot of hand sanding.
    [​IMG]

    Also installed cam gears and painted the valve covers during this phase.
     
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  4. Aug 22, 2020 at 2:50 PM
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    Clutch/Flywheel Install

    Winter/springtime covid unemployment project. Spec stage 3+ clutch, Clutchmasters Hydro bearing (POS) and URD lightweight steel flywheel install. Replaced rear main seal as well. Installed non-SIA URD equal length headers while the transmission was out. This involved tapping threads slightly larger for shorter ARP studs (434-1301, hole was chased with a 8 mm x 1.25 tap).

    This thread by @BassAckwards and youtube videos by KFlo Tacoma were a big help.

    https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads...lightweight-flywheel-install-write-up.577836/

    Big honking transmission


    Clutchmasters Hydro-bearing installed (lasted about 2800 km before seal cpmpletely blew and I labeled it as a bona fide piece of crap)


    URD lightweight steel flywheel


    Spec Stage 3+ clutch


    Spec Stage 3+ pressure plate


    TIME Magazine Man of the Year
     
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  5. Aug 22, 2020 at 5:47 PM
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    Painted my pulley orange with leftover high temp primer and paint and cured it with a heat gun.
    It spins so fast now that some of the paint flew off.:beavisd: Fuck


    Presenting my art deco themed 2.3 SC pulley....
    Recently (April 2021) painted it black so it looks less stupid.

     
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  6. Aug 22, 2020 at 5:52 PM
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    Hurst/core short throw shifter with the T-handle

    Absolutely love the shit out of this thing and it has consistently remained one of my favorite things with this truck. Throw in an HPTuner rev hang delete and a gas pedal spacer and things just get FUN in the best way possible.

    Hurst/Core short throw shifter


    Covid germ-death sauce dispenser courtesy of wifey.


    The Manual Gearbox Preservation Society :burnrubber:

    https://thecurbshop.com/collections/tmgps

     
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  7. Aug 22, 2020 at 7:15 PM
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    Black Cat Customs Gauge Face Install

    Replaced the stock gauge face with a Black Cat Customs gauge face (bottom pic) that is black and cleaner looking. Since I'm in Canada I opted to get rid of MPH and stuck with only KPH.

    Install
    I took pictures of where the needles were resting with the truck off and at idle to make sure the needles were where they were supposed to be when finished. Once the cluster was out and the clear plastic removed, the needles had to be pulled and the old gauge face popped out easy and the new face popped in. Needles re-installed and then the cluster was jammed back in truck. Had to pop the cluster out a couple of times to pop a couple of the needles off and on again to fine tune and used a GPS and my Bullydog gauge speedometer to cross reference with the dash speedometer.

    Stock gauge face



    New gauge face installed
     
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  8. Aug 28, 2020 at 7:24 PM
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    Aquamist HSF-3 Install

    Unit is tied into the injectors and operates proportionally to the injector duty cycles. Installed the reservoir and pump in the back corner of the box so it's easy to fill up and access but I need to make a steel guard to shield things. I usually strap stuff down anyways when carrying things in the box. Lots of planning, wire, meth delivery hose, wire loom and electrical tape needed to make this install happen.

    Aquamist Pump maintains constant line pressure at all times by recirculating meth in an internal loop when not spraying.


    5 L tank that perfectly fits a standard 3.78 L washer fluid jug when the level is around the low level sensor.

    Currently 750 cc/min (two 320 cc/min nozzles installed). Fast acting valve mounted on the air filter housing sprays proportionally to injector pulses.


    The controller is hidden beside the glovebox and behind the dash. Attached with super strength Velcro so it doesn't rattle around.



    When I did this install I attempted make the empty fuse holders in the cab usable. After unplugging the approximately 800 plugs and removing the fuse box I struggled for a couple hours trying to split this thing in half before it defeated me in mortal combat. :infantry:

    Seemed impossible for me to separate without breaking so ended up putting it all back together.

    Fun and Games...

    As a result I have too many fuse taps that will have to be reworked someday into something not hackish looking.
     
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  9. Sep 1, 2020 at 12:27 PM
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    Stuff you probably shouldn't try at home. Check build.
    I'm not sure how I never looked at this before now. I like all the details you've paid attention to. Great install of the Aquamist kit!
     
  10. Sep 1, 2020 at 12:34 PM
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    Thanks buddy!
     
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    Whoa, this is sick.

    Never have heard of using methanol injection but i don’t know nuthin about supercharging

    what it do?
     
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    Thanks for the compliment!

    I'm actually using winter windshield washer fluid in the system lol. The -40 celcius stuff we use in the winter is an almost 50:50 mix of distilled water and methanol.

    The methanol content boosts the octane level to keep knock (pre-detonation) from happening. The water component cools the intake temperatures when the mist changes state to a gas. Different ratios of water:meth can be used but 50:50 is a good combination.

    In a nutshell it keeps everything running good and happy under boost.
     
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    Battery Relocation

    Lots of wire loom and electrical tape. Ran the wires inside frame to back of cab and in through there to behind the rear passenger seat. Tied in to stock wiring from the alternator by chopping the battery clamp off and re-terminating everything to a remote jumper post station. First week after the job was done I jump started a damsel in distress at my son's daycare.

    Ran all the cables to where they needed to be and coiled the excess in the engine bay and the cab so when everything was ready to go I could move the battery and tie in all the wiring in one day. Being Canada it decided to snow and rain on me on the day I did this and I got sick.

    Afterwards I removed the stock intercooler reservior and mounted a bigger one where the battery used to be.

    Intercooler reservior


    Remote battery jump terminals

    Have a breaker at the hot from the battery with a fuse on the black to ground. The breaker is awesome - whenever the battery needs disconnected press a button. Additional fuse in engine bay near jumper terminals. Napa AGM Battery installed with a HKB mini blade alternator voltage booster.

    Mini fuse holder to relay to drive the Aquamist pump.


    A year later I finally decided to buy a fire extinguisher just in case:sandwich:
     
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    Stuff you probably shouldn't try at home. Check build.
    That’s wicked. What would you say are the benefits of a larger tank for the intercooler?
     
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    Everyone said the intercooler radiator for our chargers does a good job. The intercooler itself is tiny and heat soaks easy with smaller pulleys. I figured more coolant capacity with increased flow (installed a slightly faster pump too) would take a little more time before heat soak became an issue. I hated the little plastic reservoir that came with the charger and the aluminum one should act as a bit of a radiator by letting heat out of its increased surface area.

    I might be making shit up now idk:D

    This was done before meth addiction set in to cool things
     
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    Stuff you probably shouldn't try at home. Check build.
    Me having two stock pumps in parallel results in 30% faster flow or so. How much does your new pump increase flow over stock?

    More fluid is always better I think. I've been lucky, never had leaks with the stock coolant reservoir, otherwise I would have looked into some kind of replacement. A bigger tank would also result in extra time before a leak drains the system, should a leak occur.
     
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    I can't figure out what the stock flow rate is. Do you happen to know?
     
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    I seem to remember Rob putting it on Pg1 of his tips and trick thread
     
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    He has an upgraded pump that he says runs 1.10 gal/m faster than stock but no mention of the stock value.

    Think I have the same pump that maybe came with a different plug (was plug and play for me). Part number is mostly the same.

    Mine: 03920-022-002 (flow rate 5.28 gal/m)

    One in the Bible thread: 03920-022-010
     
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    Stealth tits
     
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