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URD 2016 + Supercharger fitment

Discussion in 'Underdog Racing Development' started by maxpower29, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. Jan 30, 2019 at 10:57 PM
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    taco_tallua

    taco_tallua Well-Known Member

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    -Fox Shocks 2.5 Front/2.0 Rear -Total Chaos UCA -Method Wheels Grid 17x8.5 -Toyo Tires 265/70/17 -Exhaust: aFe Power -Lights: Baja Designs
    Anyone get their kit yet?
     
  2. Feb 20, 2019 at 9:38 AM
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    Z92720

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    URD MK3 Stage II supercharger & equal length LCE header, BAK Revolver X4 bed cover, 265x50x20 Tires on 7.5” x 20” wheels
    Yup, got the kit (Stage ll), had it professionally installed @ 44,700 miles. Drove it from Prescott to Phoenix & back 3-4 times, then to Pismo Beach, Ca to work, now @ 46,900.
    Power is very good, but it takes several hundred miles of easy driving for the sub-ECU to get all the changed parameters sorted out (timing, fuel delivery and a lot of other things). One I had hoped would go away is the incessant auto down-shifting 1 or 2 gears on the slightest grade, then holding in that lower gear well past the need to up-shift. Gas mileage (full to empty check) is much improved; 30-32 mpg on the open road, 26-28 in town.

    More later.
     
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  3. Feb 20, 2019 at 10:28 AM
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    taco_tallua

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    -Fox Shocks 2.5 Front/2.0 Rear -Total Chaos UCA -Method Wheels Grid 17x8.5 -Toyo Tires 265/70/17 -Exhaust: aFe Power -Lights: Baja Designs
    Hmm. maybe be worth it more to me then if you still get a power gain and mpg's than a 5.7 swap.
     
  4. Feb 20, 2019 at 10:31 AM
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    BassAckwards

    BassAckwards formerly rjbiii

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    Could you please provide a little more info on the tuning solution for your 2.7 with the urd sc?

    Is it a piggyback computer like the UCON for the v6 trucks? And does scott remote in to tune the truck for you, or does he have the ability to for a custom tune? Been considering this supercharger for my 4 banger and am having a hard time finding more info on how its tuned
     
  5. Feb 20, 2019 at 8:26 PM
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    Z92720

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    URD MK3 Stage II supercharger & equal length LCE header, BAK Revolver X4 bed cover, 265x50x20 Tires on 7.5” x 20” wheels
    Don’t know how the UCON works, but the controller plugs in between the engine and the OEM ECU. It gives the signals the engine needs to perform and gives the ECU signals it needs to keep the idiot lights off. Haven’t got back to URD with any feedback. The literature says if you have problems tech support will work through issues, within the limit of the equipment to solve your concerns.
    Am working 12 hr days out of state till mid March before I can spend any quality time identifying and explaining my experiences with URD techs.
     
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  6. Feb 20, 2019 at 8:33 PM
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    Z92720

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    2016 Black SR Access Cab 2.7L AT, S/C
    URD MK3 Stage II supercharger & equal length LCE header, BAK Revolver X4 bed cover, 265x50x20 Tires on 7.5” x 20” wheels
    Be aware, this is not a CARB tested / approved kit, but it does make noticeable amounts of power!
     
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