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Updated on Apr 01, 2013
Page: 4 Engine Upgrades
Optima Red Top battery. Make sure to get the Reverse Terminal Setup Part: Number 34R
TRD Oil Cap. Looks cool so I bought it.
I was running this K&N but someone decided to do a trade with me for a Volant intake so I couldn't resist. Cost me about $20 and I had myself a $275 intake. Don't waste your money on a K&N intake for a Tundra. I had a loss of low end torque with the K&N compared to the Toyota intake. My Flowmaster exhaust sounded throatier with the K&N.
So I ran this Volant intake for only 20 miles and decided to sell it because I wanted the money to use on my 300M. If I didn't have the 300M, I would have left the Volant intake on the truck. It didn't give the exhaust as a throaty of a sound as the K&N but it definitely had more low end torque than the K&N and Toyota intake. I was literally spinning my tires on payment with just a little bit of gravel.
But now I'm back to running the stock Toyota intake.
Page:4 Engine Upgrades
Page:6 Window Tint
Page:7 Mods list price
Page 8 Frame Recall Restoration
Page9: Detailing equipment and other photos
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it looks great man!..5 stars for sure!..
NIce truck man!
Wheels look sharp on it.
Cool looking Toyota, but I think the Frontier was definitely an upgrade!
Sit even I like it that how I want mine
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