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On friday I started my LS2 conversion for the first time, It fired first twist of the key and sat there idling like it had always been in there. Today I drove it, can't really report on acceleration as it was raining---instant wheelspin at any speed. Next Job---get rid or the open diff. It drove flawlessly,no problems at all and that blower makes for lots of torque. I was very pleased with the way it ran.
 

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PICTURES plyyz... dammit these people are getting these sweet engines into Tundras. Is it new thing on here. Now everyone will need LS1 in Tundra? :D
 

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Too cool! Now who's doing the LS9 swap? Anyone!!!
 

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That is a really clean looking swap!
how much power are you expecting?
 

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On friday I started my LS2 conversion for the first time, It fired first twist of the key and sat there idling like it had always been in there. Today I drove it, can't really report on acceleration as it was raining---instant wheelspin at any speed. Next Job---get rid or the open diff. It drove flawlessly,no problems at all and that blower makes for lots of torque. I was very pleased with the way it ran.
Please, please, please get some videos up! I saw those pics in the other thread and my monitor needed cleaning shortly afterwards:rolleyes:. I really need to see that thing in action. Looks awesome. How about some more details like drivetrain mods,etc.
 

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The drive train has the GTO 4L65E auto trans --the truck is lowered 2.5" front 4" rear with a custom 4 bar plus panhard rod with self levelling air bags. 13" Stoptech brakes on the front and 12" disc conversion on the rear. The LS2 has the magnacharger TVS 1900 intercooled S/C kit on it with long tube headers--3" mandrel bent pipes to a huge Flowmaster and then 3.5" pipe over the axle and out the rear corner of the fender.
I am ordering a Limited slip tomorrow as it is a bit wild when it breaks the tires loose at 60 mph. Horsepower should be somewhere around 475- 500 rwhp. truck weighs right around 4000lbs
 

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The drive train has the GTO 4L65E auto trans --the truck is lowered 2.5" front 4" rear with a custom 4 bar plus panhard rod with self levelling air bags. 13" Stoptech brakes on the front and 12" disc conversion on the rear. The LS2 has the magnacharger TVS 1900 intercooled S/C kit on it with long tube headers--3" mandrel bent pipes to a huge Flowmaster and then 3.5" pipe over the axle and out the rear corner of the fender.
I am ordering a Limited slip tomorrow as it is a bit wild when it breaks the tires loose at 60 mph. Horsepower should be somewhere around 475- 500 rwhp. truck weighs right around 4000lbs




Ive seen the pics of your engine bay...do you have any other pics of the outside too. I wish I could see that in person....damn sounds sah-weeeeeeeeeet!! :first:
 

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That looks really nice. what front bumper is that? IVAN STEWART?
 

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Man ohh man. Very clean! Pretty much a sleeper. I like it lots! I bet you surprise the Hemi and Lightning crowd every day.
 

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Wow, Rob, looks great!
 

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DAMN, thats 1 bad azz Tundra!!
 

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WOW!
get it to the track as soon as u can, I wanna see some numbers... if u manage to get traction lol
 

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Can anyone supply me with the tundra 2001 denso pump part # and flow rate.
I am seeing a little drop in fuel pressure at the top of 4th gear (It is fine through the gears)
I want to compare the flow to the Supra TT pump (195130-1020). before I buy one
Any help will be much appreciated.
 

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Rob, just buy Walboro 255 fuel pump (it will be more then enough for what you need). Its almost plug and play and they are little over $100 on ebay
 
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