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Discussion in '1st Gen Builds (2000-2006)' started by Mike, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. Apr 29, 2015 at 10:28 PM
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    yep bank account is running low from it..
    build is up and current pics. . 8/13/2016 enjoy. any question post away.

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    as of 8/13/2016 how she looks..

    Future things to get done this year. work and money permitting and health.

    Edit 12/02/2016 future mods.


    Conversion from mechanical fan to electrical fan (supplier found).

    Suspension change front ( adjustable up front)( no supplier yet) maybe custom rear springs, more likely www.alcanspring.com is my supplier.

    add solar panels for power. beta testing now on Tacoma. ( DONE. )



    Next year i hope. (unknown now.)



    engine rebuild and use lexus parts in the engine. (research DONE. )
    Machine shop (Confirmed)
    Engine builder ( who could that be)
    Transmission ( research underway/)
     
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  2. Apr 29, 2015 at 10:47 PM
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    Some Mods :) See build thread for details
    I will jump first in line to see the build when it is built.
     
  3. Apr 30, 2015 at 12:13 AM
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    Will any, if any, recalls be listed as a part of your build? :popcorn: (sarcastic humor in light of the entertainment value I received from the Smart Stop Technology debate) Looking forward to your build, whatever you choose to do. :thumbsup:
     
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  4. Apr 30, 2015 at 6:49 AM
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    That re-build should be fun to follow.
     
  5. Apr 30, 2015 at 8:55 AM
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    Some Mods :) See build thread for details
    Yea interested in the engine rebuild for sure
     
  6. Apr 30, 2015 at 9:21 AM
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    Lexus Parts ? aren't these parts the same as Toyota Parts ?

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  7. Apr 30, 2015 at 1:36 PM
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    yep bank account is running low from it..
    engine is very tight lipped. only about 3 people know the full details of the engine build and plans.:devil: One is a ford man other the chevy man funny thing they a speechless.

    i was the second one in line for the takata airbag screw up. I made heads spin at the dealer i dont mess around. Im entertainment now?:gossip: let me go find my clown suit. :deadhorse:

    a very slow one when the engine comes to play alot of money. :goingcrazy:and down time.

    No.. :proposetoast:
     
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  8. Apr 30, 2015 at 3:48 PM
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    Build thread time guys.. up to 4/30/2015.
    Exterior first and bed.


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    Blacked out about far as you can go. Tires are cooper At3. Running on 16 rims. ( using the same tire it come with from the factory) 265/70/16.

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    Bedrug, Tool box (pelican one) and bigger one for washing, oil and coolant holding place ( spares). Followed by a 10lb C02 tank. ARB Air chuck on the pic. Led on the topper for night dancing in the bed. ( looking into carpeting the topper)


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    card board is used when changing oil. excuse it. Arb air chuck on stand by.

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    Wheels : Konig coutnersteer offroads https://www.fnwheels.com/new-products/konig-countersteer-offroad/

    The guy at FN wheels is a great guy and is over at tacomaworld also.. Coopers i like very good in rain ice and some snow. my tacoma will be getting a set.

    All the chrome was dipped from mirrors to all chrome badges. Bumper in the back is black wrapped.

    Part 2 engine bay coming up.
     
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  9. Apr 30, 2015 at 3:55 PM
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    Engine bay. not much going on here YET.. ;)

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    Not much to really see at this point dropped the stock filter box ( found a crack at the bottom) went with K&N engine improvement was noticed after ecm got use to it.

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    Blue sea disto box I highly recommend them.. They are worth there money.
    Under the power for the audio system. 80 amp 40 amp fuse. of course alarm. i will get into the next section.
     
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  10. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:02 PM
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    Interior. mods done so far.

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    Used a GM mirror Gentrex one Compass and temp. below GPS. People ask why do you have a head unit with gps? Simple they dont update the headunits like the stand alone ones do.

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    Since mine was a sr5 and not limited that didnt stop me. I did a conversion from manual to power slider using all toyota parts. ( some welding was needed for the drive mount). The dealer did a double take and said how did you get a power slider in a sr5 that wasnt option i said simple conversion is.
     
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  11. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:05 PM
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    Nice truck. After the Smart Stop thread, you are famous now, haha. Seriously though, you did have some very well-thought out posts and even though I disagreed with some, I do have respect for you knowledge.

    Love your wheels. Those wheels look very nice on your truck. Your truck looks great blacked out If I ever get a black truck I would want to black it out).
     
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  12. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:11 PM
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    Interior Audio..

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    Yes im old school.. I still can find a double din i like you will see why below.
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    Only got one pic of the side UGH..

    Sony head unit. with high end audio i have in my truck.( i cant find a nice D/a converter i like that sounds WARM)
    Kenwood eq.
    Boston Acoustics Class A amp 4 channel- (running mids and highs)
    Alpine Class D amp 1000w running two apline subs type R see below.
    Doors Boston acoustics 6.1 they are separates and the cross over is huge and 6" 3 way in the rear doors.

    Using monster cables Reference series. and XM tuner
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    Only box for us 1st gens guys that dont take up seat room Qlogic box. 2 8 inch alpines very nice not flabby bass very nice good positive bass on a alpine 1000 w amp ( way over kill)
     
  13. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:17 PM
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    Retro i will repost what i had in other thread. RETRO TIME....

    There is alot to read here like to expand everything.. doing this in parts i think will help out.. pre install part first..

    First off the projector kit.. http://www.theretrofitsource.com/complete-retrofit-kits/bi-xenon-fx-r-stage-iv-kit.html#.VOdWf_nF-T8

    I used the Fx-r 3.0 you can use the 2.5 its the same projector no difference in light out put just the difference in lens..

    Shrounds use g37-r. Halos are up to you in this case but (IMO there are alot of problems with them about lighting up after months after the install that keep me from doing it why i dont have them.. using the kiss method on my install)

    Next since im using the stage 4 kit i used the denso (toyota) ballast.. These ballast are excellent but not prefect (not water tight) you do that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hff2ecsB_uk you use a thermal conductive epoxy to seal the ballast up from water (took me 2 hours to pot them up) Found the stuff on ebay for like 50 bucks.. .... Main reason to use the toyota ballast they are excellent to avoid noise in the car. ( FM stations go out to car audio pulses can be hear on amps from the ballast on cheaper ebay ballasts) remember you get what you pay for.. The big advance is there warm up on the bulb is about 3 seconds flat... Yes 3 seconds... it was 14 degrees this morning and had the lights at full tilt at 3.5 seconds i timed it..

    Bulbs i went with are the osram xenarc night breakers 66240..

    If your ready to pass out there is about 600 bucks in lights right here...

    For the fogs i used these.
    http://www.theretrofitsource.com/co...ox-fog-light-stage-3-kit-h1.html#.VOdb0_nF-T8

    Matchbox is only for a fog light not for main driving lights... compact projector ..

    300 in fog lights.

    Standard kit nice and compact for the fog lights.. They do have a high beam so when you hit high beam with your headlights they go high beam also..

    FX-R kit time..

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    how the kit looks when you get it from TRS...

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    Talk about optics people...

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    with the shround on test fitting in the pic.. this thing is huge...
     
  14. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:18 PM
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    Phase two now install...


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    Painting has started... remember to sand everything down in the light house so the paint can attacked without falling off later... this stage there are 3 coats of black on every coat is 24 hour drying time... ( alittle over board on drying time but worth it) I used black on the headlights and a grey hammered look on the shrounds.

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    Prefit the way i like the into the housing getting ideas at this point.. You have to be alittle engineer here but nothing no one cant figure out..

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    After the lights where bolted in.. Bolted in your saw the correctly.. You can tell the projector is real. look at what the projector does to the flash on my camera...


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    This is set up time getting projectors straight and level... . My poor tacoma thinks in daylight now... If you look in front of my tacoma that building is 1000 feet away from my tacoma look at those bushs i think they need a trim... This is only 35 watts not 50 watts..


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    Just came from a bath... alittle wet.

    After the install is complete with fog lights... Time start to finish 10 hours in headlights and 4 hours in the fog lights...

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    Fog light close up..

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    before and after the retrofit.. fog lights..
     
  15. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:18 PM
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    Phase three i will add tonight... Reserved this spot for edit.. and more install pics coming.

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    Back side of the housing screws and jb weld also use rv sealant to make sure no water can't enter.

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    Denso ballast tho potted keep it high and dry under the lip of the rad support.

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    How it looks

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    closer up look to it..

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    Notice the light doesnt shine back out of the housing how dark it is... turtle wax the headlights once a month helps the mirror.. time to shave my head again i see. :eek:
     
  16. Apr 30, 2015 at 4:19 PM
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    ok now night shots (excuse my cell phone its not the best) note 2 is trying to do a good job..

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    Up and running..

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    fence in the back is about 1500 away without fog lights.

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    With fogs...

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    end of the road is over 3000 plus feet.. (notice the road close sign how bright) Notice the trash on the side of the road ( how nice) no fogs on

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    What is looks like when in a parking lot... the dumpsters in the back around 3000ft away.. where i am there are no lights around me only 1000 ft from me off to my right.. If you notice the cars on the left hand side im below the windshield so im not blinding them.. no fogs on..

    Note this is all pics where done on low beam.. Not using the table top of the projector...


    I will give a shout out at TRS.... Andrew and Matt both..... GREAT WORK GUYS on retro parts for us DIY guys...
     
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    Things not done in pics do to night viewing problems.

    Convert to LEDs There is not one filment bulb in the truck left.

    Under truck at night time. Purple LEDS. Interior is purple also nice cool effect.

    Weather tech floor mats, Vent visors for windows also from weather tech. . Third light led brake light. Under tail gate light strip.

    Night shaded front turn lights and the famous tail lights on the step side.

    TINT 20% up front... 5 % for back and slider. all using 3m film.

    Alarm.. viper 5904 and smart start gps via smartphone.
     
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    exhaust time not much here YET.
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    I did paint the exhaust black.. Used rustoleum but the stuff for painting grills to do heat. Yes it is a duel set up but for some reason didnt lose any bottom end i gained.
     
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    Famous na... more like people want to know where this build page is AT?

    Everyone is different everyone sees stuff different. People can disagree, it doesnt bother me man, i dont take stuff personal like alot do. ( back to the build thread)..

    Thanks man. alot of time alot of planning has got it this far. alot more to get done.
     
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    Your truck is extremely nice! Definitely my favorite 1st Gen out there. Those lights are freaking huge.
     
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    I like how much light those headlight put out!
     
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    Old school is good! I wish there was a good place for subs in the crewmax. I do think like how it feels like I just have a box shoved back there. It's secure and sounds good, but I love how yours is tucked up under the seat.
     
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    Nice truck, you just don't see the Tundra step side hardly anymore. Looks good
     
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    thanks man. lights make the truck look cool but at night time it shows.
    come on sean do a retro man ;)

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    sorry forgot to add the pic with the seat down. opps... old school is nice but parts and repairs are not happening as repair centers have moved on away from them.



    There is a down side to the stepside. The suppliers for toyota are not making anymore parts or very little to to small numbers out there left, i have found and aftermarket is nonexistent now. Example: it took me 4 months to track down a bedrug and i found that by accident. thanks man alot more work to go.
     
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    Just a little brotherly ribbing... No Joe Pesci act here! :)

    I really appreciate the attention to details, and the love for just making it your own. Great work so far!!!
     
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    That is one sweet Tundra.I especially like the GM mirror Gentrex and GPS.What is a Head Unit?That Power Slider window is awesome.Where did you mount the Drive mount.Now the Filter box is great how long did it take for ECM to get used to it.
     
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    Thanks man. Gm mirror puts a nice touch.

    Sony CDX-GT930Ui. old unit 3 or 4 years old now plus.

    For the slider.
    This is tricky. If you have a manual slider it must be replaced for power slider one do to latch at the bottom on the window. ( dont replace the slider yourself only let a glass dealer do it) Drive mount i got it straight from toyota. You do have to weld the mounts in place ( very careful on the HEAT its on sheet metal. blow a hole right thru your body. All you have to do it heavy tack it into place on 4 sides on the mounting bolts. ) Toyota will sell you everything you need to do a conversion all the way to mounting tabs. Just dont tell them your doing a conversion... All said and done there is about 1200 bucks in that conversion. Its all OEM parts.

    For the ecm. it took about maybe 15 miles and it relearned it.
     
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    18"X9" FN BFD's rims, 295/70R/18E Cooper Discoverer STT Pro's, upgraded to Old Man EMU coil-overs/shocks. Toytec shackles Next: true dual exhaust, new UCA's.
    How do like your Viper 5904? Supposed to be pretty decent. (I recognize that muffler. Did you take mine? I better go outside and check my truck) :cookiemonster:
     
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    Honestly I like the viper how you can expand it out from windows rolls up and down to sunroof action all the way to startsmart via cell phone. Had it almost 3 years trouble free, I have two of them. Tundra and tacoma. Tho the 5904 has been discontinued the 5906v has taken its place, only difference the remote.

    Borla is other install and forget piece on the truck. People steal catalytic converters before anything else on our trucks.
     
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    There are still some 5904's on Amazon. They have the 5906V for only $10 bucks more ($294). Something to add on my "would like to do someday" list.
     
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