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most will gain in the upper rpm range, but you lose low end a lil...
all it does is shift where the power is.
for these trucks most cai's are not worth the $$, you can do a drop in and get about the same result.
alot of time the feel is the fact that the curve isn't as flat and has a higher peak...
in general tho most of the gains are at higher rpm than what is used typically every day.
it just is what it is.
if you really would like to know, get it dyno'd... we will all be interested in seeing what it is, however you do not have a baseline to go off of unless you find someone with a stock tundra with same gearing/tires to dyno on the same day...
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