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    Default SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    I saw this ad in this weeks AutoWeek. I like it!



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    "We wanted a rig we could take to grassroots motorsports events," explains Gary Boler, Business Operations Manager for TRD. "Our concept was to turn a Tundra Double Cab and trailer into a race-support rig to display parts and accessories from the TRD catalog."
    For a bold, impressive stance, the team installed a custom suspension along with the necessary driveline components to widen the track at both front and rear by five inches. Next, they added forged 17-inch wheels from TRD and shod them with 37-x12.50-inch tires; electric winches were integrated into the Tundra's front and rear.
    "Our favorite feature is the intercooled supercharger we developed," enthuses Boler. "It boosts the output of the Tundra's stock 5.7-liter V8 to approximately 500 horsepower. It's emissions-legal in all fifty states and we hope to offer it as a dealer-installed option soon."
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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    The hauler concept was supposed to come with a diesel, wasn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonylop33 View Post
    "Our favorite feature is the intercooled supercharger we developed," enthuses Boler. "It boosts the output of the Tundra's stock 5.7-liter V8 to approximately 500 horsepower. It's emissions-legal in all fifty states and we hope to offer it as a dealer-installed option soon."

    That is exactly that I like to hear. I cant wait.
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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    Will 17in wheels clear the caliper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asianflava View Post
    Will 17in wheels clear the caliper?
    at five inchs wider perside i would say it clears the whole damn truck i like the look....

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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    I love the bumper. That is what should differentiate between a regular Tundra and a TRD Tundra (bumper,winch's, actual off road tires, etc...).

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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    500 H.p. - Omg !!!!!!!!!!!
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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    500hp
    now thats fast
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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    Quote Originally Posted by bigjokerinthebox66 View Post
    500hp
    now thats fast
    no that is F-ing power!!!

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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    Quote Originally Posted by dani7 View Post
    no that is F-ing power!!!
    Unfortunately it is also probably about 11-12 MPG unloaded too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal Dragger View Post
    Unfortunately it is also probably about 11-12 MPG unloaded too.
    Hey! Give us horsepower fetishist a few days of wet (gasoline) dreams before you bring us back to reality!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal Dragger View Post
    Unfortunately it is also probably about 11-12 MPG unloaded too.
    well i get 10.3 mpg riding on 35"s so sounds awesome to me hahaha

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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    thats what I was thinkin Dani.

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    Default Re: SEMA Tow Rig Concept

    Needs air bags in the rear. Nobody likes a saggy a$$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northface View Post
    at five inchs wider perside i would say it clears the whole damn truck i like the look....

    Its 5 inches wider total (2.5" per side). 5 per side would be way wider looking that that.

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