Fully Caged 1.75"
This truck has a custom 6" over long travel suspension. The
upper arms are 1.25x.120 cromoly tubing pivoting on ¾ x 5/8" heims on the inner and 1" uniballs on the outters.
The lower arms are boxed and constructed from 1020 pno steel and
use 1" uniballs on the outer and delrin bushings on the inner mounts.
Stock Toyota 2wd spindles were modified for 3" lift and use of the 1" uniballs.
The tie rods are custom 1.25" using ¾" heims
on the pivots.
14x2.5" sway away
shocks running dual rate 450 over 600 Eibach coils netting 17" travel for the front suspension.
Deaver f67 leafs are on the rear with sway away 2.0x16" shocks
cycling at 17" rear travel.
has 16 x 2.0 sway away remote resi (just rebuilt)
shackles mounted over the axle
Way 2.0 x 6 air bumps
Crown extended stainless
The rear end is a stock Toyota
7.5 with the diff welded up like a spool running 5.29 yukon gears and 2" billet spacers on each side.
The engine is the original 91 22re but has a new engnbldr
street rv head with oversized valves a rv2 cam (the largest the stock ecu will handle) and hd valve springs.
Also replaced with the head were the water pump, oil pump, timing
chain and gears and the timing cover.
Doug Thorley Tri Y header flows into 2.5" exhaust and a lobak race muffler.
A K&N fuel injection performance kit is used for the intake.
The motor runs strong and has 40 psi of oil at idle (warm)and 60
at 3000 rpm.
A 3.0 liter v6 radiator
is used for cooling along with a flex-a-lite electric fan (Toyota specific).
Interior has black Mastercraft Sportman seats with red RCI 5 point harnesses.
Autometer 2 5/8 mechanical oil pressure and water temp gauges
sit in the original gauge cluster while a Autometer lunar series 5" tach with shift light is attached to the steering
Individual rocker switches control
the fuel pump, radiator fan and the lights.
exterior has a steel cab and doors that have Mastercraft window nets and secondary latches.
Fiberwerx Ivan dan hood and fenders are on the front with hella amber lights in the original
with stock taillights are out back mounted with dzus fasteners and quick release brackets off the frame.
A hella amber light is mounted on the cage 38" off the ground
and wired to the ignition switch.
point jack with skid plate in a custom mount on the cage.
Jaz 22gal fuel cell is mounted behind the rear axle with the fuel filter and bosch pump located on the frame.
In front of the fuel cell are 2 new Optima red tops in afco battery
Up top is an adjustable light
rack sitting out in front of the windshield with 5 Hella Rallye 4000 8" lights (3 are brand new).
Engnbldr street/rv head w/oversized valves and hd valve springs
Engnbldr rv cam 268* .425 lift
New timing chain and sprockets w/metal backed guide rail
New timing cover
water pump and thermostat
New oil pump
Doug Thorley tri y header
exhaust w/ Lobak race muffler
New NGK plugs
New cap and rotor
V6 radiator (just boiled out)
Flex-a-lite Black Magic electric fan w/shroud
Jaz 22gal fuel cell
inline fuel pump
sportsman series seats
RCI 5 point harness
Mastercraft window nets
oil press water temp tach
First aid kit
Fiberwerx Ivan dan hood and fenders
hella rallye 4000 halogen lights
rallye 500 amber lights
BFG 33 x 10.5 x 15 mud terrains
Blue point jack w/skid plate
I did have the truck on a
set of scales and it weighed in at 3026# with 52% weight up front and 48% out back and only 5 gal of fuel.
Built in the spring of 2006 for use as a play truck for Pismo and
Sand Mountain. I have spent the last 3 years refining the truck every trip by changing tires, gears, springs, shock valving
slowly getting the truck "dialed" in. It has been a fantastic truck to own and drive. Its always been extremely
reliable and easy to drive. It handles the woops and jumps very well and is nicely balanced. I did enter it in the Vorra,
Fallon 250 in July of 08 in class 7 and managed a 4th place finish.
Since then, I started transforming the truck from a play truck to a race truck acquiring
lots of spare parts; a rebuilt long block with injectors, starter, and alternator. A spare transmission, 4 spare tires,
a second differential locked with 4.88 gears, spare axles, another pair of doors, and numerous small parts. See pics.
Overall the truck is very reliable, runs great and has just come
off a fresh race-prep. It's ready to go, with spares and all.
Here's a few walk around videos: http://s433.photobucket.com/albums/qq51/gmg454/For%20Sale/Toyota%20Race%20Truck/
is titled, but not smog legal. It would take some work to get it back to street-able, but not impossible.
Race/Play Ready SOLD