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  1. #626
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Artist Formerly Known as Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Perky c cup.

    Like you feel like it's how it should have been from the factory. You don't even notice the turbo. Just smooth power from idle to redline.

    Driving reminded me of a 12v Cummins but no diesel clatter and way bigger sweet spot in terms of power/rpm.

    And he had your basic 80 series setup for these days; icon shocks/springs/35s/warn winch/bumpers/sliders and so forth. So not a light rig. And only 4.11 gears... I bet a fella with a regeared truck would really love life.

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    I bet he would. I want to see how they hold up in terms of reliability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reverend Floater View Post
    I bet he would. I want to see how they hold up in terms of reliability.
    Based on how burly a 1fz is shouldn't be an issue @7 psi. Will reduce life compared to stock but doubt it'll be much.

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    Seeing as there are 1800hp compound turbo 1fz builds out there I doubt half an atmosphere of boost will phase it. The 1fz and 2jz gte are very similar motors and stock they last for a very long time in a Supra.

    Maybe throw an intercooler in there to keep temps low and don't get greedy. My observation with the wits turbo was that unless you floored it, you were mostly cruising with 1-2 lbs of boost. So really not very much extra air and fuel.

    Also second data point is I have seen multiple 1fz that are still running okay (although a little tired) with 400k+ miles no rebuild.

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    Slightly off topic, but had to share that the wife picked up a 100 series LX 470 today. 15 years old, 130k miles and it goes down the road like it's floating on a cloud. Going to have to make it down to the Slee office in Golden one of these days.

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  5. #630
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    Looks nice!

    Another 100-series item, but may apply to an 80, too. This fall, I installed a generic(?) high flow muffler because the old OEM muffler rusted out. Iím averaging 2+ mph higher now. That seems pretty significant to me.
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  6. #631
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    Just had 4.88s put in and going through the 500 mile break in. I don't drive it that often so took a Sunday drive. I really like the gears.
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  7. #632
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
    Just had 4.88s put in and going through the 500 mile break in. I don't drive it that often so took a Sunday drive. I really like the gears.
    Nice! Looking good. Sidenote I've been debating a dorkle myself but can't commit to drilling the hole in my fender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyromaniacman129 View Post
    Nice! Looking good. Sidenote I've been debating a dorkle myself but can't commit to drilling the hole in my fender.
    Mine came with it on. Not sure I would put one on if I didn’t have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
    Just had 4.88s put in and going through the 500 mile break in. I don't drive it that often so took a Sunday drive. I really like the gears.
    Jeri looking really good. Are the gears that noticeable?

    In other news I got the Delta center console and shifter console. They are really rad.
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

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    Noticeable on pavement, especially hills. I think radness in the desert but need to get them broke in and checked before I try it.

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    Not an 80 series, but I was excited when my Hundy rolled 300,000 today on the way back from a ski trip.

    That means this truck has burned about 22,000 gallons of fuel.
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  12. #637
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    Aw yeah. That's what I'm talking about.

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    Distancing and new gear checking in the desert. The 4.88s are sweet.
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  14. #639
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
    Distancing and new gear checking in the desert. The 4.88s are sweet.
    Jealous. I did take the new watercraft down the Salmon in a vain search of steelhead today. Your recommendation and advice proved to be very well warranted. That thing rows like a drift boat, displaces water like a jet boat and made everything very comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reverend Floater View Post
    Jealous. I did take the new watercraft down the Salmon in a vain search of steelhead today. Your recommendation and advice proved to be very well warranted. That thing rows like a drift boat, displaces water like a jet boat and made everything very comfortable.

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    What did you go with? Whatever you chose, I want to fish off it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
    What did you go with? Whatever you chose, I want to fish off it.
    Streamtech Steelhead

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    While not an 80 series, I spotted this in Idaho Falls yesterday. I didnít even call to ask how much. I have no connection to the seller and merely saw this in a parking lot. They must have just put it out there was a steady train of folks pulling to to look at it.

    Pretty sweet huh?

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    ^certainly falls under the "if you have to ask..." rule.

    The wife used to work for a family that had a resto'd 45. At least they paid her well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grabtindy View Post
    Slightly off topic, but had to share that the wife picked up a 100 series LX 470 today. 15 years old, 130k miles and it goes down the road like it's floating on a cloud. Going to have to make it down to the Slee office in Golden one of these days.

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    Take the running boards off and get some K02's; asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supermodel159 View Post
    Take the running boards off and get some K02's; asap.
    That's roughly the plan. Hoping to line up some Rock Warrior wheels first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grabtindy View Post
    That's roughly the plan. Hoping to line up some Rock Warrior wheels first.
    Unsolicited opinion from me...leave the stock wheels. Powder coat if you want a change in color. I like stock wheels on Cruisers. To me, most aftermarkets look like you're trying too hard and somewhat out of place.

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    Rock Warriors are OEM wheels from a few different other Toyota trucks. Mainly I want them because they're oem and smaller diameter than the 100 stockers.

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    I have a set of Rock Warrior wheels in WA if you can't find them locally. Not worth shipping but maybe a traveling mag could transport.
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiing-in-jackson View Post
    While not an 80 series, I spotted this in Idaho Falls yesterday. I didnít even call to ask how much. I have no connection to the seller and merely saw this in a parking lot. They must have just put it out there was a steady train of folks pulling to to look at it.

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    That's a gulf spec imported truck (spare in bed).
    Pretty sure it's listed for sale on mud too for dentist level money. I'll see if I can find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grabtindy View Post
    Rock Warriors are OEM wheels from a few different other Toyota trucks. Mainly I want them because they're oem and smaller diameter than the 100 stockers.
    I know. I just like what come on them. I do get the smaller diameter though.

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