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Toyota Tundra Owner Experiences

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  • ak4x4ak4x4 Posts: 126
    Hey Oby I never sid this:

    No one makes this as it would cause too much of a loss in backend pressure...2.25" is the max the pipes should be in dual form.

    F1 said that. Get your story correct. I would appreciate if you did not mis quote me. And read the conversation again, it should become clear what we were discussing.
  • Oh yeah, I forgot. By his own admission, obyone's truck qualified for the lemon law and has spent more than a third of the year at the dealer for repairs.

    What a source of embarassment this must be, spending $30K on a lemon.

    I hope obyone sticks around on our Toyota threads, though. Despite his efforts to "slam" Toyota, he provides the ultimate example of why Chevys should be avoided.
  • arkie6arkie6 Posts: 198
    TRD makes a dual exhaust for the Tundra (side exit behind the rear wheels). Borla does also (dual side exit). Bassani makes duals also, either dual side exit behind the wheels or duals straight out the rear. Bassani are the only true duals of the three mentioned above, but they are also not CA approved because they eliminate the 3rd cat on CA models (non-CA models only have 2 cats). There may be others, but that is all that I can think of at the moment. Of course, there is always the custom route using the mufflers of your choice. I've never heard anyone have any problems with clearances around the spare tire.
  • f1julesf1jules Posts: 288
    "No one makes this as it would cause too much of a loss in backend pressure...2.25" is the max the pipes should be in dual form.

    F1 said that. Get your story correct. I would appreciate if you did not mis quote me. And read the conversation again, it should become clear what we were discussing."

    Nope, I didn't say that.

    BTW-all the dual exhaust kits I've seen for the Tundra come out of one single muffler with two exit pipes. Each one is routed to each side behind the rear wheels. Even the dual exhaust on my '94 Mustang wasn't a true dual system. It had an X pipe between the headers and the mufflers, I think there were a couple sets of cats in there somewhere also.
  • modvptnlmodvptnl Posts: 1,352
    Unless you replaced your stock H pipe, the Mustang did have true duals(since'85, actually) The H pipe simply connects the two sides of the exhaust to even out exhaust pulses. Adds quite a bit of torque or "tourque" if you're from Alaska.
  • f1julesf1jules Posts: 288
    I realize that but since they are connected I've always heard that it isn't really a true dual exhaust. More of a distinction for the smog check places than anything-they only have to sniff one pipe instead of two. Guess it's just semantics.
  • modvptnlmodvptnl Posts: 1,352
    That's interesting. In Clark Co.(Vegas) the smog nazis most certainly use 2 probes!!!

    I agree with you on a "Y" pipe set up(2 in 1 back to 2) that was on the '84 and back stangs and even my 460 powered trucks(talk about instant power gains opening those exhausts up!) but the H pipe connector has at least 6" between the pipes and the diameter stays the same all the way back.

    The aftermarket X pipe even keeps the same diameter of pipe but uses a siamese set up when they meet. Supposedly a NASCAR trick to add power.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    First - you have to post a .jpg file to a website. You can use your personal website or one of the many photo websites available.

    When you have done this - post the link in this format in the text of your post:

    {img src=http://www.postyouraddresshere.com}

    replace the left and right brackets above with the < and > characters respectively.
  • obyoneobyone Posts: 8,065
    And so do you with that one star side impact rated truck...which proves that Toyota does build crap....though its not often, they did in your case.
  • Isn't is strange that obyone, by his own admission, owns a bonafide lemon-law qualified Chevy that spends 4 months a year at the dealer but seeks "vindication" for his plight by brooding in Toyota threads at Edmunds Town Hall?

    I hope obyone sticks around in our Toyota threads, however. He provides the ultimate example of why Chevys should be avoided.
  • You people need to stop bickering. What is the point of getting another thread locked. The one common characteristic of Toyota truck related discussions seems to be childish back biting. I don't know if this is common to other truck discussions but it doesn't make me want to buy one and that's for sure.

    Perhaps you should all take this off line?
  • obyoneobyone Posts: 8,065
    And you drive your coffin.....which is worse?
  • ak4x4ak4x4 Posts: 126
    A last my truck isn't a lemon! But that's besides the point. You make fun of me, but you don't know how to use ABS correctly?? Also according to you and your pal Mod all gearing is the same! So you have a 2500 and I have 1500, I suppose we have the same tow/haul capacity right?? But what about that Kia, It has the same also, not to mention that Honda CRV. I guess I wasted my money on something where I could have gotten a much cheaper truck and had the same thing! So according to you, A Tundra and Tacoma have the same tow capacity?? what do you smoke all day?? Also, about our "Lemon 2500" the only major "lemon" problem is the Allison tranny. That's it. But again you put GM dexcool in your Tundra, so I suppose you put Whatever Toyota uses(I don't know what the use, I suspect it's the same)In you 2500.
  • What HAVE you been smoking? You can't DRIVE coffins, silly!!! But you can drive lemons - even if it's only 8 months a year, right?

    Isn't is strange that obyone, by his own admission, owns a bonafide lemon-law qualified Chevy that spends 4 months a year at the dealer but seeks "vindication" for his plight by brooding in Toyota threads at Edmunds Town Hall?

    I hope obyone sticks around in our Toyota threads, however. He provides the ultimate example of why Chevys should be avoided.
  • f1julesf1jules Posts: 288
    Here you go, hopefully.

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  • obyoneobyone Posts: 8,065
    For AK's sake, could you take a pic of where the exhaust burns your spare? I'm really curious about that....in fact I'm sure it would be a point of interest to the aftermarket exhaust company too.
  • bamatundrabamatundra Posts: 1,583
    Nice pictures. It looks like you got the technique of posting pictures down.
  • ak4x4ak4x4 Posts: 126
    Smoking the good stuff again?? maybe I should demonstrate how ABS works for you.

    F1: Take a look at any 01 Rado. I don't know where the spare is mounted on your Tundra so I can't comment on that. Everyone in this forum has seen what I am referring to. Just 2 straight pipes coming out of the back. Alot of Rado's, Ford's, and Dodge's have em. It's not hard to find them. The problem is on the '01 Rado's you would need to custom bend the 3 inch pipe to go around the spare. But when you do the gap is minimal between the spare and the pipe. Now, keep in mind that a 2.25 inch pipe in dual would work without any custom work. But a dual 3 inch dos require some custom work. And F1, the setup is similar to your Tundra...I know I CAN do it ad don't mind doing it it's just that warranty issue. I know I can get around that. But I do want a spare. Ask your guy what he thinks about a dual setup 3 inches on a 01 Rado. I just want to hear his concerns if he has any...
  • Why don't you have OBYONE demonstate how ABS brakes stop faster on gravel and snow!

    Afterall, ABS pumps brakes 30 times a second, which only a superhuman could do (his words, NOT mine!).
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