URD vs TRD Supercharger Info & Stats

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by quickshift93, Mar 6, 2008.

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  1. quickshift93

    quickshift93 New Member

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    this is pretty much all opinions..but which is better whos makes the most power, better aftermarket accessories...if i went urd wut's the best setup as far as getting electronics? i want the same thing everyone else power... getting the DT LT headers next then it'll be a s/c..help thanx :top::bebored:

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    Performance Facts:

    URD MKI:
    - Fastest 0-60mph = 5.31 seconds (Jonathan - 9.5psi + Unknown)
    - Fastest 50-90mph = 6.06 seconds
    (Jonathan - 9.5psi + Unknown)
    - Fastest 0-100mph = N/A
    - Fastest 1/8 mile MPH: 79.19mph (WallasX - 75mm pulley)
    - Fastest 1/4 mile MPH: 102.02mph (WallasX - 75mm pulley)
    - Highest Peak HP = 350rwhp @ 5000rmps (Spyder327 - Stage 2.5 + Water/Meth - DynoComp)
    - Highest Peak TQ =
    390rwtq @ 4300rpms (Spyder327 - Stage 2.5 + Water/Meth - DynoComp)
    - 2500rpm TQ = ~330rwtq (Spyder327 - Stage 2.5 + Water/Meth)

    URD MKII:
    - Fastest 0-60mph = N/A
    - Fastest 50-90mph = 5.5 seconds
    (blackx-runner - Stage III)
    - Fastest 0-100mph = N/A
    - Fastest 1/8 mile MPH:
    80.30mph (blackx-runner - Stage II)
    - Fastest 1/4 mile MPH: 106.68mph (blackx-runner - Stage III)
    - Highest Peak HP = 422rwhp @ 6150rmps (Manufacturer's Stage III w/race tune - DynoJet)
    - Highest Peak TQ = 379rwtq @ 4450rmps
    (Manufacturer's Stage III w/race tune - DynoJet)
    - 2500rpm TQ = 300rwtq (Manufacturer's Stage III w/race tune - DynoJet)

    TRD Blower:
    - Fastest 0-60mph = 4.93 seconds (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Fastest 50-90mph = 4.75 seconds
    (Deathshadow - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, 2.7" pulley)
    - Fastest 0-100mph = 10.93 seconds (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Fastest 1/8 mile MPH:
    83.58mph (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Fastest 1/4 mile MPH: 106.80mph (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Highest Peak HP = 388rwhp @ 6200rpms (ABP - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, APR pulley, e85- DynoJet)
    - Highest Peak TQ = 404rwtq @ 4200rpms (ABP - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, APR pulley, e85- DynoJet)
    - 2500rpm TQ = 369rwtq (Sparkys Tacoma - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 2.7" pulley - DynoDynamics)

    NOTE
    - All numbers were based on information available on XRU that can be seen by all members.
    - Track MPH is used instead of ET, as MPH is power:weight ratio, where ET is traction and driver skill.
     
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  2. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    open can of worms now....:biggrin:


    youll get alot of different opinions, and alot of them bias ones. (mine included).

    at the same boost level, both have put down about the same numbers so far.

    its all in what sound you like. whine or woosh :top:


    from my experience, the URD us a little easier to upgrade and is fully tunable to other bolt-ons, but the TRD has shown good results adapting to bolts ons with the reflash



    Justin
     
  3. 5H4D0WD347H

    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    lol I am not even going to touch this one. :laugh:
     
  4. Jonathan

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    x2.....:eviltongue:
     
  5. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    I just put the same response everytime :smile:

    Justin
     
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    Both are really nice kits, I like my trd one. I have also ridden in a URD sc'ed x w/ 80mm pulley, header exhaust all that good stuff and was really impressed. either way you go you will love it
     
  8. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    and oh yeah.

    URD can upgrade your TRD blower as well :top:

    win win either way

    Justin
     
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    skilledbum23 New Member

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    yea, that 70 roll with the lightning was pretty cool :rock:
     
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    MIGHT be getting the TRD S/C in June or July and i will just get the URD pulley to put on it. Thats what i would recommend. Close to the same hp #'s and you keep your warranty
     
  11. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    technically the pulley voids it, but who will pay attention to that :smile:

    Justin
     
  12. rich017

    rich017 New Member

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    Well that is true. that red thing might stick out a little. Could just put the stock one back on when something happens
     
  13. 5H4D0WD347H

    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    Dont make any marks in the stock pulley, buy a blower before TRD starts tamper proofing them further!

    Cost of TRD Blower 3900.00, Cost of shiny red URD Pulley and puller 175.00, Cost of Meth injection 400.00, Cost of an intake 2-400.00.

    Thats a lot of stuff for under 5,000 bucks.

    You will be happy with either one, just get boosted!
     
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  14. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    its that way with any aftermarket stuff though :smile:

    just take it off and :dontknow:

    Justin
     
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    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    Don't you sass me boy.

    lol its a lot easier to justify a blown motor that has a "stock" TRD supercharger on it then it is to justify a N/A one. :laugh:

    Don't make me git' the hose.
     
  16. VIPDreamin

    VIPDreamin "Mr. Incredible"

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    Bababa .....we shall see:)
     
  17. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    im just sayin son...:smile:

    do it right and dont blow it up

    Justin
     
  18. Bobby B

    Bobby B New Member

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    I thought I read that Johnathon was working on a lower pulley that didn't require touching the top pulley??? or something like that:dontknow:
     
  19. Norcal-XR

    Norcal-XR New Member

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    I am glad this tread came up.

    I've been thinking also which way to go on a Blower. I know both are good, and put down some good #'s. Thats y its all comes down to price at the time, when am ready.
     
  20. Sykotic336

    Sykotic336 New Member

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    well i heard that the urd s/c was the one that reaches full boost at redline and trd was at full boost at only 2k... can you make the urd one boost like the trd one? i know its a noob question lol
     
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