Toyota Tundra V8 - K&N Cold Air Intake Sound
This is a compilation video of clips driving a 2008 Toyota Tundra 5.7L V8
pickup truck. The truck only has a K&N Cold Air Intake and is completely
The engine is a 5.7L V8 with 381 HP and 401 ft-lb of torque.
This truck is actually very quick and sounds good with just an intake. The
CAI has actually improved the throttle response, sound, and gas mileage.
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The 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro is a new and more capable high-performance
off-road package meant to slot in above the wildly popular (and similarly
named) TRD Off-Road package.
It consists mainly of a rugged long-travel suspension that is expert at
gobbling up rocky trails with ridiculous ease. But don't let that fool you,
because this well-crafted suspension is anything but stiff. In fact, in
many circumstances the TRD Pro rivals the smoothest-riding Tundra 4x4 you
The TRD Pro doesn't possess the outrageous stance and menacing wide-body
presence of Ford's F-150 Raptor, but it approaches that level of
performance for thousands less.
Toyota's TRD Off-Road package has been an extremely popular option since it
was first offered in 1998 on the Tacoma 4x4 compact pickup. Full-size
Tundra versions enjoyed equal success when they arrived on the scene soon
Unlike the original, the TRD Pro package features a raised-stance
long-travel suspension that's built around massive remote-reservoir
Bilstein shock absorbers.
TRD stands for Toyota Racing Development, so it should be no surprise this
package is best suited to covering unpaved tracks at barely diminished
speeds. That said, the TRD Pro setup delivers an enormous amount of front
and rear axle articulation, and greatly enhanced front ground and approach
The only thing holding the TRD Pro Tundra back from being a true mountain
goat on slow and technical boulder-strewn Jeep trails is its lack of a
lockable rear differential. And, of course, it's a hulking full-size truck,
not a compact.
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Toyota Tundra SR5 2014 - Test Off road
The Toyota Tundra may have been the Motor Trend 2008 Truck of the Year, but
the full-size truck enters the 2014 model year with reduced pricing on
certain trims. The significantly refreshed 2014 Toyota Tundra will now
carry a base price of $26,915 for a regular-cab rear-drive model with a
4.0-liter V-6. Toyota isn't going to leave the luxury truck market to GMC,
Ford, Chevrolet, and Ram, though -- the 2014 Tundra Platinum and 1794
Edition will carry identical MSRPs of $48,315 in CrewMax form, with
four-wheel drive and a 5.7-liter V-8. All prices include the $995
destination charge. Toyota claims that the 2014 Tundra lineup's prices are,
on average, $263 lower than comparable 2013 models. The 2014 Tundra is
offered in SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and 1794 Edition forms, as a regular
cab, double cab, or CrewMax. The double cab and CrewMax are offered with a
bench or bucket seats in the front. Engines include a 270-hp 4.0-liter V-6
for the base SR trim as well as a 310-hp 4.6-liter V-8 for the SR and SR5
trims. Of course, the engine we'd pick is the 381-hp 5.7-liter V-8, which
is offered on every trim from the SR to the Platinum and 1794 Edition
trucks. The V-6 uses a five-speed automatic while the V-8s get a six-speed
Toyota Tundra SR5 2014 - Test Off road