The Toyota Tundra 2008 was a great and smashing hit and also the sales of the truck were the record breaking. The company earned a great boosting by the revenue in this slowdown and with the victory of the Tundra 2008 in the pocket; Toyota has introduced the larger and more effective Tundra TRD Supercharged.
The 5.7L Tundra regular cab SR5 pickup was merged with equipments and techniques from the TRD catalog. Some very minor changes and improvements in the bolt on parts transformed the engine of Toyota 5.7L V-8 into a most smashing and efficient engine. The stock capacity was upgraded to 5.7 as it was desired and also the Eaton Twin Vortices supercharger and cat-back dual exhaust were added as the upgrading and quality improving factors allowing the air power to flow freely at the rate of 504 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque. The supercharger got ready with the whir of the old Lightning’s. The kick of the truck is also improved and it makes the sense of consistency. Power is also triggered perfectly without a slam bang delivery. The tip is kept controllable for the sound civility. The accelerator speed is also created keeping the sports cars in mind. The passing involves just a little pinpoint lane changes.
The only drawback could be the gasoline, as the power is quite voluminous. The traction control is also nice and splendid. The
Truck is not governed by an indomitable nanny. The only thing to care of is to take care while driving in the slip and wet climates, as even with the TCS, there are chances to get the slip in the rainfall.
The bleeds should be nosed before the rubbers get fried, or else the traction system could be override. Another beauty of the truck is the Braking system. The TRD Big Brake Kit acts as the most powerful part to make the tires stop even while they are in quite a high speed motion. The performance of the brakes is well enough to the standards. The initial pedal feel is also the softer one than the others.
The SR5 package is included some stunning features like bling, utility, and convenience with a chrome bumper, power windows and door locks, cruise control, engine skid plate, remote keyless entry, etc. Most surprisingly and also most shockingly, a lower suspension and anti-roll bars help manage over 5000 lb of heft in the corners and lane changes. The gigantic 22-in. polished aluminum TRD wheels and Toyo Proxes S/Ts shortens the external proportions of the truck. The Tundra standard had some problem as it was equipped with the standard shocks, front and rear, but in the case of the supercharged, all the drawbacks and limitations are written off. More good news is that an upgraded TRD shocks offers more control at the expense of overall comfort. The Toyo Proxes S/Ts have a directional pattern which has changed the whole dimension of tires for the left and right side.
The experience of the Tundra Supercharged will definitely rock you and also you will forget that it’s a truck and not the sports car. The amazing experience of the truck can also be narrated as the speedster sports truck experience. It’s really amazing.
It’s real necessary to identify the meanings of the Toyota/TRD relationship. These parts are not included in the given truck's warranty. They are factory performance parts installed directly through a dealer. It’s absolutely optional to select them and also you can serve the option of having them in your truck even after you take the delivery of the truck from the dealer’s showroom.
The client can customize the parts as per the needs and requirements of the preference of the client.
So, it’s a modified version of Tundra 2008 and also the optional feature for the speed loving truck crazy guys.