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This is a discussion on Runs with 2007 381hp Tundra within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Sinister There are 6 levels of boost you can dial in with the click of a button. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister View Post
    There are 6 levels of boost you can dial in with the click of a button.

    I put it on "Extreme Mode" and I was spinning the 325 wide 65 tall 20" rimmed tires on that bad boy through all of first, and a bit into 2nd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex View Post
    You own one?
    Drove to my parents house from Cali this last week and stayed with them. After I put my WRX into storage I had to borrow his truck a few times. It's my dad's. I get the speed freak gene from him. He's owned corvettes as long as I can remember. I was brought home from the hospital in one.

    That truck is so sick though. And the interior is amazing. Leather thicker than a baseball glove.
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    well i guess it was only a matter of time before a new tundra broke into the 13s....its a regular cab here is the video>>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWbRxUpDJ_c&NR=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugger View Post
    well i guess it was only a matter of time before a new tundra broke into the 13s....its a regular cab here is the video>>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWbRxUpDJ_c&NR=1
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    Intake and flowmasters.

    I'm sure that eventually I'll run into a 4x4 Tundra that'll want to tangle with my Ram. I'll see how close it actually is. Of course I'm not stock, but my intake & Superchips programmer should make up the power difference nicely.

    Evenaully some long tube headers and an electric fan will open things up more, with the final mod being a new cam (only ~ $350ish) and valve springs. That'll take me over 400 crank hp with 100% stock reliability.
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    Wait, so that Tundra hit 13's with only intake and flowmasters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex View Post
    Wait, so that Tundra hit 13's with only intake and flowmasters?
    yes sir....funny thing is i found that posted on the titan forum>>>> http://www.clubtitan.org/forums/show...ghlight=tundra

    i have always loved the rams and even more so the last few years...i have a friend with one and he loves it....all except the gas mileage (10-13mpg).... it was a tough choice between the ram, new chevy and the tundra.... but you can see what i went with...even happy with the gas mileage at 18mpg in mixed city/country driving
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    here's a video of a 4 cylinder tacoma racing a sti. http://www.customtacos.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=100428
    it seems toyota just released the TRD supercharger for the 4.0L Tacoma too.
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    Damn, these toyota trucks are kicking ass!

    At least now I know that if I need a truck I can get something reliable and still pretty damn quick. Not to mention the toyota trucks handle pretty well with basic suspension stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LRPct View Post
    ALso.. NO ram except the SRT 10 will do what these tundras are capable of.. http://youtube.com/watch?v=0nGqjXfgfSg All the pace trucks have are TRD products, springs, rear sway, 22 in wheels to clear the 16" 6 piston caliper brakes
    did not find that race in the least bit impressive..sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex View Post
    Damn, these toyota trucks are kicking ass!

    At least now I know that if I need a truck I can get something reliable and still pretty damn quick. Not to mention the toyota trucks handle pretty well with basic suspension stuff.

    The V8 Tundras are not that reliable, even their water carriers at Consumer Reports have downgraded their ratings, along with the new V6 Camries.

    If you want a fast truck, get a Lightning (and can tow up to 5000 lbs) or a SRT-10. If you want a truck to haul, get a diesel Chebby or Ford.
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    my friend has a 5.0 too, they are slow, the only way to decently make them fast is to drop a v8 explorer engine in them.

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    its true....because of a small bad batch of cam shafts around 20 new 5.7 motors grenaded...thus forcing CR to post domestic reliability ratings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jugger View Post
    its true....because of a small bad batch of cam shafts around 20 new 5.7 motors grenaded...thus forcing CR to post domestic reliability ratings.
    I don't think that was the only reason, that problem was not a big enough issue to cause them to downgrade Toyota's rating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffbmx00 View Post
    my friend has a 5.0 too, they are slow, the only way to decently make them fast is to drop a v8 explorer engine in them.

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    If you're comparing a toyota's reliability against a ford or chevy that seems silly to me. According to consumer reports, ford and chevy have pretty poor reliability even the diesel models. The other issue the Tundras have besides the crankshaft is some of them have a problem with the bed both of which are fixed under warranty. As much as they may have downgraded the Tundra or Camry, I doubt it's as bad as ford or chevy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien83 View Post
    If you're comparing a toyota's reliability against a ford or chevy that seems silly to me. According to consumer reports, ford and chevy have pretty poor reliability even the diesel models. The other issue the Tundras have besides the crankshaft is some of them have a problem with the bed both of which are fixed under warranty. As much as they may have downgraded the Tundra or Camry, I doubt it's as bad as ford or chevy.
    I agree to an extent.... Toyota's trucks are still quite reliable in regards to the truck market.

    However, I have heard very good things about Fords larger trucks.
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