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Old 10-19-2009, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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87 4runner. lockers and power adders

I wanna put a locking rear in my 87 4runner. Does anyone have advice on what to put in? I drive on the street a lot. How much will a locking rear affect the street drive-ability of my truck? Also, how difficult is the install? On a different note, ive been looking into gettin a little more power out of the 22re without killing mpg's. Intake? Headers? Anything else and is it worth it?
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Old 10-19-2009, 06:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Click on the link to "Aussie Locker" in my sig line. I like mine and I used to drive 10 mi through the city twice daily.
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This will help, these topics get covered a lot, welcome.
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thanks. awesome thread matt. very helpful. i think im gonna go with an ausie. hopefully this winter i can get it and put it in.
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did you notice any gain in power or loss in mpg with the header and exhaust?
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to get more power and better mpgs...probably not going to happen..you can put a header on it and free up the exhaust with a 2.25" system but you wont gain alot..lol

check into putting a supra AFM on it..i've heard that along with the exhaust mods does quite well!

other than that..you can throw a cam in it..bore it..stroke it..just depends on how much money you wanna spend..

best bang for buck..swap in a 3.4L V6..LMFAO
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yea. i hear the 3.4L might have a little more power. haha, i kid i kid. my first concern is the locking rear so im just gonna focus on that for now.
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That's a darn good header right there. You can also to the Supra MAF conversion if you can find the MAF then you'll have a little more air going in and a little more air going out. Probably won't see a large jump in mpg or hp. I'd also recommend going with the Aussie in the rear. I like mine so far.
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