have you run one of these on your vehicle or is this speculation? Not being a [email protected], just want to learn from peoples experience with these modsEnemigo said:I love turbo, but for a trail rig, I'd go with a super charger. The last thing I'd do is get a centrifugal supercharger, unless you want the lag of a turbo and the limited, crappy boost levels of a supercharger. Worst of both worlds.
After more research I think the 16g will be to small, it will definetly spool very fast but like said above, it will run out of breath at higher RPMs. I would think twin t25's would be a little small too, but it could work.ofg said:If the internals of the engine were left stock, then it would have already good response off road, with perhaps a little boost at higher rpm,, if the turbo system were tuned for street driving. On the street, it would be a beast! A mid level tune might get 300WHP and that would make a rodeo absolutely fast (for an suv). I would think that a big 16g would be fine for around 280-320 hp,, and on a 3.2 v6 would spool up very quickly. How about a pair of t25 for a TT set up?
Im very interested in getting more power from my 2000 rodeo v6. Not many options though for bolt on. My friend just bought a TRD 4 runner with factory supercharger,, its very quick! I want my rodeo to be like that!