Increase power

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by Lazstoy, Mar 9, 2020.

  1. Lazstoy

    Lazstoy New Member

    I want to buy a 2020 or 2021 tacoma. I’ve a supercharger on my 2015, but they are no longer available. Not going to
    Buy unless I can increase power. Any ideas welcome.
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  3. TacoTruck2019

    TacoTruck2019 Well-Known Member

    I'm really not well versed on superchargers as thats not my thing however I seen where AFE had a couple supercharger and turbocharger kits that were supposed to be for the tacos. I'm sure at some point someone will come out with one if they already haven't, might just take some looking around.
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  4. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    Curious why you're looking to replace the 15?
    Anyhoo... Magnuson has a supercharger for the 3.5, unsure of why it hasn't released yet...
    The Harrop 1900 really has my eye...
    Orange Virus has been teasing us with turbo setups, maybe we'll see them this year...
    He did however just release the full 2.0 final version of the tune and I can vouch that SuperFOB Prem fuel is an absolute blast!!!! I'm a 6 spd mt but the automatic guys are giving their praises as well... shift points, torque maps solved. In 2nd gear it'll pull from idle to 7,250 rpm stronger than believable and smoother than butter... it's good stuff! No more surges!!!
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  5. Taco_Tuesday

    Taco_Tuesday Well-Known Member

    Too bad OV stopped offering premade tunes to new customers. Only offering updates for previous customers. New customers will get a generic tuner that they can tune individual parameters on their own.
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  6. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    Ya... sucks for y'all...
    I installed it over 2 yrs ago and did my fair share of expressing how much I liked it and recommending it on here...
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  7. Taco_Tuesday

    Taco_Tuesday Well-Known Member

    It's ok. I was going between OV and just regearing. Well, regearing won. :)

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