Supercharged 4Runner is an Awesome Sleeper
TRD supercharger, headers and meth injection have made this 4Runner a whole lot more powerful.
The 2000 Toyota 4Runner Limited is a roomy and capable SUV, but the 3.4-liter V6 is a little light on power, offering just 183 horsepower and 217 lb-ft of torque. While most people don’t but a 4Runner for its high performance capabilities, more power makes this Toyota more fun to drive and more capable, particularly when pulling a trailer.
Fortunately, forum member “Texas_Ace” shared his experiences of adding a supercharger and a few other items to his 2000 4Runner, picking up roughly 90 horsepower from these updates.
The thread begins with the OP explaining that he had previously talked about his supercharged 4Runner, but it had been a few years, so he wanted to update everyone on how the SUV was doing since the build.
“Well I blew the old motor in the MR2 up a few months ago and while I am waiting on the new one I decided to catch back up on the 4runner and do some mods to it that I have been wanting to do for a long time.
As a refresher on who I am since I am sure 99% of you don’t have a clue who this guy with way too many posts suddenly posting is. I have the 2000 Limited 4runner 4WD that I supercharged a few years back with a 1st gen supercharger on a budget.”
Supercharged 4Runner is an Awesome Sleeper continued…