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TRD Supercharged 2011 SR5 Street built

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Builds (2005-2015)' started by Athlaos, May 14, 2018.

  1. May 14, 2018 at 6:03 AM
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    Athlaos

    Athlaos [OP] Cthulhu is my co-pilot

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    TRD supercharger, 1.87" pulley, Kelford cams, UCon-EMS
    Truck: 2011 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 SR5 manual with 1GR-FE

    Color: Silver



    Engine/Fuel and Exhaust:

    TRD Supercharger

    1.87" custom supercharger pulley by Smoothflow Pulleys and 69.0" belt, belt re-route to maximize drive pulley belt wrap

    Performance camshafts by Kelford Cams

    UCON-EMS by URD

    7th Injector by URD

    URD TCAI with URD air filter

    Custom fuel cooler

    Snow performance water/methanol injection - two systems - stage 1 @ 225ml/min and stage 3 @ 475ml/min

    URD spec-U equal-length headers

    Custom exhaust with Magnaflow and Full Boar Jones mufflers

    URD Y-pipe

    Synapse Engineering NoDrone Resonator

    Walbro 255lph fuel pump upgrade (kit by URD)

    76mm Tundra throttle body (adapter by URD)

    Solid Offroad motor mounts (talk to @Bonzen for those)

    Throttle body coolant shut-off ball valve

    Intercooler capacity upgrade (2nd pump and 2nd radiator)

    4-Core radiator by Champion cooling systems; shroud by Ledfoot Racing, Spal electric fan

    Radiator integrated oil cooler - Mocal thermostatic sandwich adapter with braided steel lines

    Moroso oil accumulator with Canton solenoid valve - manual switch activated

    NST lightweight water pump pulley


    Powertrain:

    URD stage 3+ clutch

    Ultra light weight steel flywheel from URD

    Eaton Detroit TruTrac rear LSD carrier

    URD hydro bearing kit and clutch accumulator delete


    Suspension:

    Front and rear Addco sway bars

    Hellwig rear spring helpers



    Wheels:

    20x9 +30 offset

    275/55/20

    305/50/20 rear (summer only)

    2" spacers (rear only)


    Entertainment System:

    Alpine head unit with iPod connectivity

    JL Audio door speaker replacements

    JL Audio HD900/5

    JL Audio custom moulded fibreglass box, behind passenger side rear seat

    Rockford Fosgate P3SD4-10 low profile subwoofer

    2 Farad capacitor


    Other/Cosmetic:

    High output alternator by Singer Alternators

    Energizer AGM battery

    Pedal Commander

    URD short shifter combined with Hurst short shifter

    Custom billet titanium shift knob

    Fake Nardi steering wheel with spacer and NRG hub

    Custom cruise control switch relocation

    Boost gauge

    Dual AFR gauges

    Oil pressure gauge

    Fuel pressure gauge

    Water temperature gauge

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    Would like to thank the following members for helping me out with various aspects of this project:

    @12TRDTacoma
    @Roostfactor
    @White lightning boosted
    @BassAckwards
    @Bonzen
    @Speedwaytacotuesday

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  2. May 22, 2018 at 11:09 AM
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  3. May 22, 2018 at 12:20 PM
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    How do you like this combo? I just ordered the same pair for my 6spd, and I'm curious how the lightweight flywheel is

    Do you have any chirping from the TOB after doing this? I was going to upgrade to this as well, but they were out of stock, so I went with the sleeve & larger TOB for the time being..

    Are you running the same diameter tires, just a wider one? I'm guessing yes since youre a 4wd

    Curious how you combined these? I'm thinking about going with a TRD SS after reading about the URD ones breaking the ball off over time

    Got any pics of your gauges and how you mounted them? also why the dual AFRs? and where did you mount your sensors in the exhaust piping? I've read that its best to mount them before the front Cats

    Sorry for all the questions.. Just so much good stuff going on in here.. :popcorn:

    Loving your build! Definitely taking some inspiration from yours for mine :thumbsup:
     
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  4. May 22, 2018 at 12:31 PM
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    Athlaos

    Athlaos [OP] Cthulhu is my co-pilot

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    Your text included with answers below each....

    How do you like this combo? I just ordered the same pair for my 6spd, and I'm curious how the lightweight flywheel is

    I like it a lot, this is actually the second 3+ clutch and they've improved it since the first one I had. It is a lot more driveable. It's heavy - but not bad. The flywheel is very light, I think it was around half the weight of stock or less, but it's still very driveable.

    Do you have any chirping from the TOB after doing this? I was going to upgrade to this as well, but they were out of stock, so I went with the sleeve & larger TOB for the time being..

    Yes, I have an intermittent sort of quiet "flutter" noise. It will come for a few days then be gone for a few days. It's only when the clutch pedal is down. With the kit, URD supplies an adapter that is held onto the clutch pressure plate with a clip, my theory is there's a little bit of play in the adapter and it's squeaking when it slowly rotates to a certain position. The clutch functions fine, and I'm not worried about mechanical failure. I would have to remove the transmission to fix it, which is an outstandingly painful job, so I'll live with it.



    Are you running the same diameter tires, just a wider one? I'm guessing yes since youre a 4wd

    That's correct, the tires in the rear are lower aspect ratio to make them pretty close to the same diameter as the fronts (like within 0.2").

    Curious how you combined these? I'm thinking about going with a TRD SS after reading about the URD ones breaking the ball off over time

    EDIT - the URD ball did break my shaft before I combined it with Hurst. I believe Hurst uses better metal for their shifter than Toyota did. I'm not worried about it. I've had them working together for a couple of years now.

    I did have to grind out metal using a dremel from the two little half-moon spacers that come with the URD kit in order to fit their shifter ball onto the Hurst shaft. I actually made it so it is a press fit - I banged the URD ball onto the Hurst ball with a hammer. It's not coming off. I don't need to use the URD set screw because it's pressed on. Sorry I don't have any pictures of this install.

    Got any pics of your gauges and how you mounted them? also why the dual AFRs? and where did you mount your sensors in the exhaust piping? I've read that its best to mount them before the front Cats

    I will take a picture this afternoon of the interior, I need some new ones for this thread.

    EDIT - Dual AFRs, one on each bank, so I can more easily diagnose where a fuel problem is coming from, if it ever happens. I don't have cats, but I believe you're correct on putting them before cats if you have them. Mine are at the end of the headers.

    Sorry for all the questions.. Just so much good stuff going on in here..

    Thanks man, ask questions any time, I love talking about it.

    Loving your build! Definitely taking some inspiration from yours for mine

    That's all I really hope for.
     
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  5. May 22, 2018 at 12:33 PM
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    Thanks for the info! Just what i was looking for:hattip:
     
  6. May 22, 2018 at 12:38 PM
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    @rjbiii I made a couple of edits, noticed I hadn't answered a couple of your questions the first time....
     
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  7. May 22, 2018 at 12:42 PM
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    :fistbump:
     
  8. May 22, 2018 at 12:43 PM
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    Sweet !!
     
  9. May 22, 2018 at 5:22 PM
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    @rjbiii Here are some pictures of the interior/gauges:

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  10. May 22, 2018 at 8:04 PM
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    Awesome looking interior! Whats the little red switch for at the front of you cup holder?
     
  11. May 22, 2018 at 8:08 PM
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    That activates the tail pipe injectors. It causes an enormous flame to shoot out the tail pipe.

    Just kidding. It's for my ejector seat.

    Just kidding again. It's actually for my water/meth injection. I wanted a switch to deactivate the system at will rather than have it linked to the ignition. Here it can get mind-blowingly cold in winter, and there'd be no point in having it on while driving.
     
  12. May 22, 2018 at 8:25 PM
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    :laugh:
     
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  13. May 23, 2018 at 8:30 AM
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    @rjbiii not meaning to become your stalker or anything, but I followed you on instagram.... I'm posting my car and truck projects on there all the time. @ra60f if you're interested
     
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  14. May 23, 2018 at 8:32 AM
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    lol its all good, I will follow you as well, but just a fair warning my IG game is weak.. I rarely post on there.. mostly stick to TW
     
  15. May 23, 2018 at 9:21 AM
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    Athlaos

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    @rjbiii I totally forgot to mention this. The stage 3+ clutch with the hydro bearing is really, really painful to drive while it's breaking in. It has this super pop thing going on that's hard to control. So if you feel that, don't fret, there's nothing wrong. It'll go away after 500km or so. Then it settles to an excellent point.
     
  16. May 23, 2018 at 9:22 AM
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    @rjbiii oh, and you might need to re-adjust the pedal after break in.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up! Is it the herky jerky whenever its just about to engage?
     
  18. May 23, 2018 at 9:26 AM
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    Kind of, yeah. It's like 'ahh so soft and nice' BAM launches your foot into orbit then engages and causes an embarrassing stall.
     
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  19. May 23, 2018 at 9:27 AM
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    Haha oh boy.. looking forward to the break in:D
     
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  20. May 23, 2018 at 9:29 AM
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    Oh, and another thing... the clutch does chatter off the line. It's not terrible, one learns how to drive it so that doesn't happen. It's part of racetruck life.
     
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