URD Vs. TRD S/C

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by drewXrunner, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. drewXrunner

    drewXrunner New Member

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    Well i got my Supercharger here exhaust and headers. Now i just need to put all this stuff on LOL. Work has been busy as hell, thats why all my stuff is still sitting in my bedroom. Anyways, I was wondering, which setup is stronger. The URD or TRD system. I almost feel like I spent too much on the URD, when I could have just waited for the TRD to come out. :dontknow:

    drewXrunner
     
  2. Jonathan

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    time will tell. IMO the TRD will be faster from the boost always being there, and the URD might be able to push better numbers. we should have hard facts in under a week.
     
  3. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    dont doubt yourself. you will have a fast truck either way:top:

    If there is much difference, I dont think it will be jaw dropping.

    Justin
     
  4. jaxchrisfla

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    i see it as, single turbo supra(urd supercharger) vs. tt supra(trd supercharger). single turbo are usually highway monsters, and tt's are more track and low end friendly.
     
  5. drewXrunner

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    good point. The URD setup is much cleaner looking.
     
  6. 07XR808

    07XR808 New Member

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    Each set up has its good points and bad points. All this thread is going to do is bring a lot of speculation and very opinionated answers, because there aren't any real numbers on the TRD to be able to draw a reasonable conclusion. People have the TRD, but i have yet to see a dyno sheet on the numbers its putting down. Wait a week and your answers will unfold...both statistically and heads up URD vs. TRD on the track and on the streets.
     
  7. My68ur8trd

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    it will more than likely come down to driver.

    I have already heard street stories with the URD pulling, and with the TRD pulling.



    Well see here shortly. There will be 3 TRD blowers and my one URD in town within the next 3 weeks.

    Justin
     
  8. XrunnIT

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    what kind of numbers do the URD put down? I can't say that I've ever seen a dyno from the URD S/C.
     
  9. jaxchrisfla

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    most put at around 300 to the wheels without any exhaust work or smaller pulleys and meth,.
     
  10. Jonathan

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    i pulled 311 with 9 psi, meth, urd exhaust.
     
  11. 07XR808

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    is the reason for poor 1/4 times with the URD due to lack of traction? thats the only possible reason i could think of. too much power to the wheels
     
  12. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    I think Gadget put down near 340 with his truck

    I plan to get mine put on the dyno once I finish it off with the headers and a new tune

    Justin
     
  13. XrunnIT

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    dang, that's a lot of power at the wheels for a truck this size. very nice!!
     
  14. Jonathan

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    no, its mostly from the cent. S/C not keeping boost but at high rpms. once you hit third, you can keep it above 5 psi though.

    IE

    2k 0psi
    3k 2psi
    3.5k 3psi
    4k 4psi
    5.5k 6psi ECT
     
  15. My68ur8trd

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    or up to 8.5 with a stage II :top: even a tad more on a cold night. at least thats what the FTC is telling me

    Justin
     
  16. XrunnIT

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    are our internals that bad where we can't push more then 8 or 9 psi?
     
  17. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    high compression doesnt like boost

    Justin
     
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    Sorry to bring this thread off topic boys...but is the C2C turbo kit avaliable? i haven't heard much talk about it.
     
  19. My68ur8trd

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    yeah thats a good question, since Jon seems to be attracted to the TRD blower now

    Justin
     
  20. XrunnIT

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    Last I heard the overhead for the turbo kit was too much and it was put on hold. Something like 30k overhead.
     

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