Toyota Racing Development Supercharger: Toyota Tacoma V-6
Want to stay in the Toyota family for power upgrades to your Toy? Then Toyota Racing Development's supercharger is for you. The TRD folks have for the first time utilized charge-air cooling in one of their designs. A self-contained air-to-liquid cooling system has been incorporated to provide a denser, lower temperature intake charge. Translation: better power with less boost pressure. The inlet cooling system includes its own coolant reservoir, circulating pump, and heat exchanger. You're looking at an increase in horsepower and torque of about 30 percent. It's for the Tacoma 4.0-liter V-6 and is priced below $5000.
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TS Performance MP-8 Power Play Module: Late-model Power Stroke, Duramax, and Cummins Engines
The MP-8 Power Play module from TS Performance can provide up to a 100-horsepower improvement without messing with the engine's exhaust gas temps. For your truck, that will equal better efficiency, torque, and power, plus better fuel economy. All you have to do is plug it into your vehicle's computer and it will automatically select the appropriate programming, giving you a selection of performance levels. The MP-8 is compatible with all late-model Power Stroke, Duramax, and Cummins engines, in addition to the Jeep Liberty's diesel mill. You'll spend around $450.
Volant Cool Air Intake System: 2009-2010 Ford F-150
Volant offers the Cool Air intake system, which includes a new radiator coolant overflow tank. That's cool (pun intended) because it allows the sealed air filter box to gain access to a larger air inlet area under the tank. The Volant system replaces the overflow tank for massive amounts of cold air, and that, combined with the large-capacity filter box and high-flow intake tube, means your 2009-2010 Ford F-150 with either the 4.6- or 5.4-liter can see 18 more horsepower and up to a 2-mpg bump.