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Supercharged X-Runner
« on: August 23, 2011, 02:44:04 PM »
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2854865/2007-toyota-x-runner

PERFORMANCE:
TRD Supercharger
APR X-1 ECU Controller
APR 170 T-Stat
APR Exhaust Timing Gears
APR 2.6" S/C Pulley
APR 670cc Primary Injectors (e85)
APR 7th Injector (640cc)
CP Pistons and rings
Pauter Chromoly Rods
ARP Head Studs
Supertech Valve Springs
Street Port and Polish
Fidanza Lightweight Flywheel
Paradise Racing Stage IV Clutch
K&N CAI w/True Flow Filter
NST-lite S/C Pulley Kit
NST-lite Alternator Pulley
NST-lite Power Steering Pulley
NST-lite Water Pump Pulley
Denso IKH22 Iridium Plugs
Doug Thorley Long Tube Headers (Relocated o2 sensor to collector)
Aero 2525XL with turndown before the axle
B&M Short Throw Shifter
BrakePerformance Slotted/Dimpled Rotors
TRD HP Pads
BFGoodrich KDW NT - 255/45R18
Gates Performance Drivebelt
Walbro 255 Fuel Pump
Fluids
-Redline MT-90
-Mobile 15w Motor Oil
-Royal Purple Differential Fluid
-Royal Purple Power Steering Fluid

SUSPENSION:
Sittin Sic 850lb drop coils
De-arched rear leafs
Sittin Sic Sway Bars
Helper leafs
TTC Sway Bar Bushing Kit
Summit Traction Bars

INTERIOR:
TTC Dual Gauge Pod Pillar
-Autometer Fuel Pressure Gauge
-Autometer Boost/Vacuum Gauge
4-Point Racing Harness (used for autocross)
-TRD shoulder padding
Kenwood Excelon xdc-x990
SubXclosure sub-box with 10" Audiobahn AW1006T
1000w Performance Teknique Amp
Pilot Racing Pedals
ScanGauge II
Valentine-One Radar
C2C Shift Knob
Weathertech floor mats (front and rear)
Factory Black Radio Bezel
Black Painted Interior
-Center console
-Overhead console
-Window/door lock control panel
-Door trim

EXTERIOR:
C2C Hood Struts
FLM - Fog lights are now independent from the headlights.
Black Altezza Tail lights
Pop & Lock Tailgate Lock
HVM Silver Carbon Fiber X-Runner Badge
Kraven Speed Antenna
TRD Oil Cap
TRD Tailgate Badge












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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2011, 11:37:50 AM »
Just my opinion, but a truck should not have plastic running along its body.

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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2011, 01:29:27 PM »
Wrong forum too.
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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #3 on: August 28, 2011, 06:57:28 PM »
Just my opinion, but a truck should not have plastic running along its body.

Fully agreed, but these trucks weren't exactly designed with the intentions of being a true work truck. Seems to be they are more geared towards the crowd of people who want a nice looking truck to haul their bike around to the track and hauling other small loads..

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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #4 on: August 28, 2011, 07:06:15 PM »
hauling other small loads..

Heh.

Didn't some member here have some woeful experience with one of these?

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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #5 on: August 28, 2011, 07:16:37 PM »
Heh.

Didn't some member here have some woeful experience with one of these?

Gremlin did IIRC. I think it had like 10,000 miles on it and he had it in the shop way more than he ever got to drive it.

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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #6 on: August 28, 2011, 07:24:23 PM »
Gremlin did IIRC. I think it had like 10,000 miles on it and he had it in the shop way more than he ever got to drive it.
Yes, it was me. My X-runner had more electrical "Gremlins" (Bad Pun!) than a care to know about. If it did not start; it would shut itself off. The problem with my X-runner it was flood damaged. It took it to a independent auto electrical shop after the trouble had at the dealership.

Thanks to Washington state lemon law; Toyota purchased the truck back from me. Puget Sound Toyota dealerships hated me and my Matador.

The X-runner is a Tacoma with more flash than needed on a pick-up. I gave up on the idea of a small truck. It will just keep my F-250 and I have a Elantra Touring (station wagon) for a a daily driver. I purchased the X-runner to replace both the F-250 and the Subaru. It did not work out for the best.

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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #7 on: August 28, 2011, 08:13:33 PM »
8ate8 has (had?) a nice X-Runner. Haven't seen him in a while though. I think they're very attractive trucks.

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Re: Supercharged X-Runner
« Reply #8 on: October 22, 2011, 04:55:47 PM »
I stop by every now and then. Mostly then's, not so much now's

I still got the truck. Never had any problems with it. I don't keep it as clean as I should, but that's besides the point :D