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Long Tube Headers and Regular Maintenance

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by 00PS, Feb 9, 2020.

  1. Feb 9, 2020 at 10:57 AM

    00PS [OP] New Member

    May 28, 2018
    2016 Barcelona Red Limited Crewmax TRD 4x4
    I’ve been eyeballing and considering doing LT Headers and a full BAM exhaust. My truck is a lease and I have every intention to buy the truck but it does limit the mods I can do because of my “maintenance” plan. I get everything replaced/maintained no charge. Oil, tires, wipers, other fluids, brakes, battery, lights, state inspection, etc. (not quite your typical lease), As long as it’s a Toyota part, it’s covered.

    I want more performance though and LTs + exhaust might do that, but I cannot interfere with the techs ability to do their job. The LTs are a tight squeeze from the pictures I’ve seen so would they interfere with maintaining the vehicle under normal wear/tear items? How about working around drive shafts, front diff, alternator, etc?

    This might be something I hold off until I own the truck, but I want more power now! :D
  2. Feb 9, 2020 at 11:06 AM
    Rex Kramer

    Rex Kramer Vinyl Spinner

    Apr 9, 2017
    2002 4.7L RCLB 4X4 2007 5.7L RCSB 4X2
    Ask the dealer what would be covered if you paid them to install the LTs and BAMuffler exhaust... I don't see where any of what you are planning would hinder maintenance or repair. Maybe install a TRD or RCI skid plate with the oil filter door, and make their job that much easier.

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