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[Pluto] Spvrtan's lifted/supercharged/40s/4.88s

Discussion in '3rd Gen Builds (2014+)' started by Spvrtan, Jan 25, 2016.

  1. Jan 25, 2016 at 10:11 PM
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    Spvrtan

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    Pluto

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    Built by Spvrtan and last updated Apr 15, 2018
    #toyota #tundra #overland #4x4 #supercharged #40s #trd #black

    I started this build in late 2014 with the vision of creating an all-around capable adventure rig..

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    Mods


    WHEELS

    Method Double Standards
    -> 17x8.5 and painted dark machine gray

    Method Double Standards (removed)
    -> 18x9 and painted white with blue accents


    TIRES

    Mickey Thompson MTZ P3s
    -> 40x13.5

    42s (planned)

    BFGoodrich KM2s (removed)
    -> 37x12.5; my first set lasted over 40k miles!


    PERFORMANCE

    TRD supercharger
    -> Got this installed a few months before Toyota announced they were discontinuing the supercharger program (even though they were always made by Magnusson).

    $770 Genuine Toyota Parts PTR03-34101 TRD Cat-Back Exhaust SystemTRD performance dual exhaust system

    SDHQ secondary air injection pump
    -> The stock location for the secondary intake is very exposed to offroad elements when abused. This kit helps relocate the intake to the engine bay.

    Radium Engineering (to do)


    DRIVETRAIN

    $1,500 Nitro (GPTUNDRA5.7-4.88) Front and Rear 4.88 Ratio Gear Package Kit for Toyota Tundra 5.7LNitro Gear & Axle 4.88 F/R gears

    $122 Spidertrax WHS023 Wheel SpacerSpidertrax wheel spacers
    -> Adds 1.25" at each corner

    $1,060 ARB RD146 Air Locker DifferentialARB rear air locker

    DIY steering reservoir upgrade (planned)


    SUSPENSION

    BDS 7" bracket lift
    -> Don't let the haters fool you. Bracket lifts can be very functional if you know how to use them to your advantage and what upgrades to make afterward.

    Atlas 4.5" leaf packs
    -> Expedition-style

    ICON billet UCAs

    ICON front coilovers
    -> Large-lifted application variation with remote reservoirs and CDC valves

    KING coilover springs
    -> Rated at 800lb

    ICON rear shocks
    -> Large-lifted application variation with piggybacks and bypasses

    Coachbuilder tie-rod ends
    -> These help to correct some of the angles the bracket lift pushes on the steering rack

    Coachbuilder +3 shackles (removed)
    -> About 3" longer from bolt-to-bolt, which increases the rear height about 1.65"

    Custom +5 shackles

    Long-travel (planned)
    -> Going with either Camburg or Total Chaos for a kit.


    ARMOR

    Relentless Fab front bumper
    -> Defender version; steel

    White Knuckle Off Road sliders
    -> 3/16"-walled outer tube

    BudBuilt gas tank skid
    -> Made of 3/16" stainless steel; made to take a beating.

    $69 ARB 170112 Differential Breather KitARB rear diff breather
    -> Relocated stock breather up behind taillight

    BudBuilt transfer case skid
    -> Made of 3/16" stainless steel; made to take a beating. Comes with a beefy frame crossmember for mounting.

    SDHQ ABS skids
    -> It's a small skid but protects a very important piece of your vehicle's modern electronic systems.

    Custom/DIY rear bumper (progress)


    LIGHTING

    $353 Spyder Auto PRO-YD-TTU14-DRL-BK Toyota Tundra Projector HeadlightSpyder projector headlights (black)

    $273 Spyder Auto ALT-YD-TTU14-LED-BK Toyota Tundra LED Tail Light, BlackSpyder LED taillights (black)

    4 x Rigid Industries Duallys

    $351 Baja Designs 56-7803 XL Sport Driving/Combo LED Light Bar, Pair2 x Baja Designs Squadron XL Pro
    -> Mounted on the A-pillar

    6 x KC HiLiTES Daylighter (LEDs)
    -> Mounted on the roof rack

    $50 48" Redline LED Tailgate Light Bar - TriCore LED - Weatherproof Rigid Aluminum No-Drill Install - Full Featured Reverse Running Brake Turn Signal - 2yr WarrantyAuxiliary taillights


    INTERIOR

    Clazzio seat covers

    Husky X-act Contour front floor mat

    MAXLINER rear floor mat


    EXTERIOR

    $525 Pro Comp Pro Runner Performance Fenders - 57087 Fiberglass FendersPro Comp flares
    -> For the front fenders and rear bedsides; these require cutting a lot off of the stock sheet metal.

    SDHQ A-pillar light mounts

    RKSport ram air hood
    -> Fiberglass construction with functional scoop and heat vents

    $196 EAG Replacement Tundra ABS Grille - Matte Black - With Amber LED Lights for 14-18 Toyota TundraEAG Viscious grill
    -> Matte black; yea, it's a clone of the "Raptor" grill but I love the look.

    DIY front cab body mount relocate (planned)

    DIY 3/4" body lift


    COSMETIC

    Debadged OEM chrome emblems


    ELECTRICAL

    sPOD
    -> This wiring kit makes hooking up your accessories, which can be anything from lights to air lockers, a breeze while protecting your primary battery.

    Artec battery tray


    RECOVERY

    ARB air compressor
    -> Twin motor high-performance portable air compressor

    $1,856 WARN 95960 ZEON Platinum 12-SWarn winch
    -> ZEON Platinum 12k with synthetic line

    $269 TRED PRO - Total Recovery & Extraction Device (Color: Gunmetal Gray) - Pair (4X4 OFF-ROAD VEHICLE RECOVERY)TRED Pro

    $63 ARB ARB705 2-3/8" x 30' Recovery Strap - 17500 lbs CapacityARB static rope
    -> 2-3/8" x 30' strap (17,500lbs capacity)

    $42 ARB ARB730LB 3" x 10' Tree Saver Strap - 26500 lbs Capacity, OrangeARB tree saver
    -> 3" x 10' strap (26,500lbs capacity)


    SAFETY

    DIY mud flaps (progress)

    Windshield visor tint (progress)

    Fire extinguisher

    $60 Drake Off Road FIREX-MNT-DOR Fire Extinguisher MountDrake Offroad extinguisher mount


    STORAGE

    DIY bed tray
    -> It mounts to the OEM bed rails and can slide along them for adjusting the width for larger containers.

    ESP floor storage
    -> The floor comes stock with a good amount of wasted space that is filled in with foam; thankfully, this storage system makes use of the wasted area.

    $279 Lock'er Down® Console Safe with 4 Digit Combo Lock for just released Toyota TundraLock'er Down center console box


    UTILITY

    DIY dashboard top console

    DIY bed rack roof rack
    -> A simple rack to flat-hold gear.

    DIY spare tire mount
    -> Bolts to the bed in a flat horizontal orientation for maximum stability and strength.

    $480 RDS 71083 57" Length x 9.5" Width x 20" Height Rectangular Auxiliary/Transfer Fuel Tank - 45 Gallon Capacity45-gallon auxiliary fuel tank
    -> RDS (#71083); measures about 57" long, 8.5" wide, and 20" tall; gravity-fed

    $389 UWS TBC-36-W-BLK Black 36" Standard Wedged Chest with Beveled Insulated Lid36" UWS storage chest

    $13 ProGrip 822820 1/2" Removable Trailer Bed Bolt with 2" Shank - Pair6 x removable eye-ring tie downs

    $20 Toyota Tacoma Cargo Bed D-Ring Pair 2005 06 07 08 09 10 114 x additional D-ring tie downs

    Cooler/fridge tray
    -> Replaced the short seat in the rear with this custom-built tray. It's extremely sturdy and bolts to the OEM seat mounts.

    Custom bed rack
    -> Aluminum material (~45lbs); built by Pelfreybilt

    Gobi Ranger roof rack

    Bed & tailgate Line-X'd

    12-gallon water system (progress)

    $77 Dee Zee DZ86985 Heavyweight Bed MatDee Zee "heavyweight" bed mat


    ACCESSORIES

    Dometic CFX65DZ 12v Electric Powered Cooler, Fridge FreezerDometic CFX-65DZ
    -> This dual-zone unit has plenty of room in both the freezer and fridge sections to keep us well-fed/hydrated for a week.

    $53 Mob Armor MobNetic Magnetic Phone Mount2 x Mob Armor magnetic phone mounts


    MISCELLANEOUS

    $17 Sun Company Lev-o-gage Sr. Inclinometer and Tilt Gauge | Level for Trailer or 5th WheelInclinometer & tilt gauge
    -> Honestly, this is one of the most useful little mods for any "overlander" out there with a RTT.



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    OTHER

    Pluto's first log entry (Sep 11, 2017)

    GUIDE

    Replacing driving/serpentine/timing belt (and idler pulleys) (Dec 30, 2017)
    DIY body lift (Dec 30, 2017)


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  2. Jan 25, 2016 at 10:16 PM
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    Wow! Quite the amount of work added to it in 2 years!

    Which skids are you looking at? RCI is in tr development process for Tundras.
     
  3. Jan 25, 2016 at 10:30 PM
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    Not sure yet but whichever I go with is going to have to be modified to work with my drop-bracket lift most likely. :\
     
  4. Jul 11, 2016 at 9:42 AM
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    Finally updated this; it's been a while.
     
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  5. Jul 11, 2016 at 9:45 AM
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    Reserved.
     
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  6. Jul 11, 2016 at 11:10 AM
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  7. Jul 13, 2016 at 2:57 PM
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    Nice! looks awesome. The leaf pack handle some heavy load/ tow?
     
  8. Jul 13, 2016 at 3:07 PM
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    I haven't towed yet but I did load up the rear with ~300lbs on top of what's already on the rack always; the rack, RTT, and other accessories add a constant ~200lbs. It's definately sagging a little in the rear. However, that's to be expected for the leaf spring packs' "real state". I have some Coachbuilder +3 shackles and Hellwig helper springs in my garage that I'll eventually install to make up for the constant load I carry around.
     
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  9. Jul 13, 2016 at 3:08 PM
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    Installed my RK Sport ram air fiberglass hood today -- while I was at it, I got the SDHQ A-pillar light mounts on for future use. The hood looks out of place because it's so clean. I'll have to get it dirty this weekend so it matches the rest of the truck's paint job. Yes, it's a functional hood scoop; it feeds toward the intake. Yes, the hood louvers are also functional; they let heat escape out from the rear of th hood on the inside.

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  10. Jul 13, 2016 at 3:30 PM
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    Nice. Fiberglass hood works well with the stock hood dampers?
     
  11. Jul 13, 2016 at 3:43 PM
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  12. Jul 13, 2016 at 11:00 PM
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    Yup! You'd actually be fine with just one since the hood weighs less than half the OEM one.
     
  13. Jul 18, 2016 at 8:16 PM
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    Got around to getting the sPod kit for the Tundra installed the other day. This will make my future electrical installs way easier. I'll probably wire only "functional" mods to the system. I have a Switch Pros kit coming in this week for all my lighting needs.

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  14. Jul 18, 2016 at 8:29 PM
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    Duh Tundra
    NICEEEEEE
     
  15. Jul 18, 2016 at 9:32 PM
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    Thanks! Your Tundra makes me drool though.
     
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    lol thanks, on the plus side you actually get to use yours though lmao
     
  17. Jul 18, 2016 at 9:35 PM
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    Haha, we should trade for a day sometime when there's a Tundra meet nearby. :)
     
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  18. Jul 18, 2016 at 9:36 PM
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    And when I have my truck! lol it's going off to get the rear done so that's another month or two or three. I'll make it to one of these meets soon though! Been drooling everytime I see you guys go out!
     
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    When I look at your trucks and what you're doing with them, sometimes i find myself asking, "what am i doing with my life?" lol
     
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    Mounted a pair of Rigid Industries Midnight Edition Duallys with blue lenses on the SDHQ A-pillar mounts today. Also installed my Rigid grill insert on the newly-painted blue grill with another pair of Duallys. On that note, I now have a used black TRD Pro grill for sale with cosmetic damage to the paint.

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  22. Jul 28, 2016 at 1:53 AM
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    Did the rear differential breather relocate mod. Routed it upward, with enough slack for full suspension droop, toward the top of the bed. The new ARB breather is mounted behind the driver side taillight. Went a little overboard with protecting the hose but it's better to be safe than sorry.

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    Not overboard.

    If you're gonna do it, do it right!
     
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    Over the last week, we did a whole lot of overlanding from San Diego to Lassen and back..

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    slick setup. nice pics.
     
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    Just did the same thing. Well worth it.
     
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    ..so this is happening; to be continued, completed, and unveiled soon -- very soon. It was very nerve-racking initially drilling into the roof but now that the moment has passed I have no regrets. I think I did a good enough job of keeping the holes from leaking water into the cab. I went a bit overboard, too.
     
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    And it's done! Roof rack is installed and ready for accessories. This is more than likely the one and only Tundra with a @gobiracks rack mounted; it's a Ranger instead of Stealth. They don't make these for the truck specifically yet so I had to modify the mounts to work. First up is getting the rack's awning on, then adding a bunch of lights, a shovel mount, a traction pad mount, and finally adding some storage units. I'm anxiously waiting for the next rainy day so I can see how well I sealed all the holes in the roof -- fingers crossed!
     
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    where did you get that ARB breather I haven't seen anyone use that before.
     

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