Toyota Tundra 5.7-Liter V-8 Superchar...

Toyota Tundra 5.7-Liter V-8 Supercharger Rated at 504-Horsepower

There are 36 comments on the AutoSpies story from Jul 5, 2008, titled Toyota Tundra 5.7-Liter V-8 Supercharger Rated at 504-Horsepower. In it, AutoSpies reports that:

Confirming earlier chatter seen on the forums at TundraSolutions.com, Toyota Racing Development has officially released the specs for its all-new 5.7-liter V-8 supercharger, which fits perfectly under the hood ...

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Cut the BS

Wheatley, Canada

#21 Feb 22, 2009
Truckin wrote:
This forum has turned into a socio-economic war.
On the contrary, it's just a few loudmouthed dullards hiding behind internet anonymity trying to oneup one another.
In other words, a ship of self indulgent fools.
Young

Temple, TX

#22 Feb 23, 2009
travis wrote:
One of the reasons our economy is so bad because every ignorant little bitch buys one of these piece of shit imports that don't last as long gives you less proforance and is more expensive to maintain. Its a god damn doch engine in a tuck you dumbasses. If you tree huggers that only buy imports because you think they are better for our envoirnment. its really not because in japan they go about getting there materials in the cheapest way possible which is worse for our envoirnment. just give one of our auto makers a chance you will like they probaly more than the piece of shit you currently drive. stop pumping money into japans economy and start pumping it into OURS!!!
Wow- your language is so offensive! You must have some major baggage your carrying around in life. We're talking about trucks! Relax and enjoy life a bit.
Freaknasty

Hudsonville, MI

#23 Feb 25, 2009
I think the Japanese actually build more cars/engines/transmissions in the U.S. these days than the Detroit automakers. When was the last time you heard of GM, Ford, or Chrysler opening a new plant? GM just announced they aren't going to build a new plant for the new fuel efficient 4-cylinder engine, they will build it at an old inefficient plant.
Lincoln MKS

Philadelphia, PA

#24 Feb 25, 2009
Freaknasty wrote:
I think the Japanese actually build more cars/engines/transmissions in the U.S. these days than the Detroit automakers. When was the last time you heard of GM, Ford, or Chrysler opening a new plant? GM just announced they aren't going to build a new plant for the new fuel efficient 4-cylinder engine, they will build it at an old inefficient plant.
Here is the list know it all. More made here than you think.
http://www.uaw.org/uawmade/auto/2009/index.cf...
Freaknasty

Hudsonville, MI

#25 Feb 26, 2009
I don't trust anything the UAW publishes. They can post the list of nameplates they make here, but we all know that GM, Ford, and Chrysler have badge engineering and huge product mix which helps explain their failure. Just yesterday they are predicting that GM will sink to 16% market share in the U.S. while Toyota will remain at 17% with Honda picking up large amounts of market share in the future.
American

Rochester, MN

#26 Feb 27, 2009
Freaknasty wrote:
I don't trust anything the UAW publishes. They can post the list of nameplates they make here, but we all know that GM, Ford, and Chrysler have badge engineering and huge product mix which helps explain their failure. Just yesterday they are predicting that GM will sink to 16% market share in the U.S. while Toyota will remain at 17% with Honda picking up large amounts of market share in the future.
I think your freaken nuts!!!!!!
The Asians are also failing Because their Cars are failing faster now than ever Because of their quality control.... They all suck. and when Liberals stop buying...What for the crash

Asian Vehicle
See American Cars are built to last.
Asian slant eye cars are Built to be crushed within 4 yrs of being assembeld.
That is why I do not own or ever want one of them.
They bring down the community and our country.
You can shove your Jap Crap Garbage up your Stupid Liberal you know what
milnersXcoupe

Kingston, NY

#27 Aug 9, 2009
... well.. it is all about Blowers ..

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#28 Aug 9, 2009
American cars are superior because they have one thing that asian cars don't have, character.
Eddie Cabbage

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#29 Aug 10, 2009
American-badged cars are failing because they lack one thing that the Asian cars have: RELIABILITY

American car companies are failing because they lack one key ingredient on their balance sheet: PROFIT

End of discussion. Glad I could sort it out for you, ya bloke.
Turbo

Dubuque, IA

#30 Aug 10, 2009
GM makes cars/trucks in China and Mexico with their workers making approx. 2.50$ an hour in China, and approx. 1.50$ an hour in Mexico.-Look It UP! The uninformed should not post opinion.

FYI: 85% of the Ford Mustang is made outside the U.S., while 85% of the Toyota Tundra is made INSIDE the U.S..-hmm, it does seem like buying the "BIG 3" only is a smart thing to do! DOH

p.s. It seems that Truckin is one of the few with common sense here.
William

Norway, SC

#31 Oct 29, 2009
Rod wrote:
The Tundra out performs domestics in every meaningful category. Toyota has made it's point and now will focus on small cars.
Isn't the 5.7 engine a Chevy engine? If it were not for Chevy would Toyota even have a NASCAR engine ? Toyota uses a lot of GM parts. Delco electronics also. Chevy uses a lot of Toyota stuff also. So what makes people think one is better then the other? Have you read the latest from consumer reports. Toyota is dropping to the bottom.

“Welcome to the good life.”

Since: Oct 09

B-Lo

#32 Oct 30, 2009
Turbo wrote:
GM makes cars/trucks in China and Mexico with their workers making approx. 2.50$ an hour in China, and approx. 1.50$ an hour in Mexico.-Look It UP! The uninformed should not post opinion.
FYI: 85% of the Ford Mustang is made outside the U.S., while 85% of the Toyota Tundra is made INSIDE the U.S..-hmm, it does seem like buying the "BIG 3" only is a smart thing to do! DOH
p.s. It seems that Truckin is one of the few with common sense here.
Thanks for the info.
Mike

United States

#33 Feb 9, 2010
Tundra is a real piece of shit just like all the rest of the cheap shit that comes from Japan. I bet you wish you had kept your Chevy now huh...

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#34 Feb 10, 2010
Japanese pickups are just imitations of pickups coming from the companies who invented them; American companies that is.
Mark King

Clarksville, TN

#35 Jan 29, 2014
Young wrote:
<quoted text> Wow- your language is so offensive! You must have some major baggage your carrying around in life. We're talking about trucks! Relax and enjoy life a bit.
Have someone proof read your comments before you post. You sound like an idiot! People are less likely to take your comments to heart if you write like a second grade moron!
Mark King

Clarksville, TN

#36 Jan 29, 2014
My comment was for Young in Temple Texas. Obviously I'm dumber than him!!!

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