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Old 01-28-2013, 01:45 PM   #16 (permalink)
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v6 is excellent choice for business owner who hires guys that drive it like they had a 5.7
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:54 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I propose that they put the 5.7 in the tacomas! that'll give em something to smile about!!! and give us a bullet proof diesel engine, maybe a 7.6 liter with like 600rwhp and like 1000lbs of torque :-)
Hey, i'm not asking for much
An 8 cylinder in a Tacoma would be cool. I have heard guys say that Toyota wont do it because it would be too much competition for the Tundra. That may be possible, but GM put an 8 cylinder in the Colorados/Canyons. Toyota did have a run of 4runners with 8 cylinders. An 8 cylinder Tacoma would be a cool trail truck.
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Taco's don't compete with Tundras. I think Japan still doesn't fully get good old American wants.
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Taco's don't compete with Tundras. I think Japan still doesn't fully get good old American wants.
That is what I thought.
I agree with your statement
It sounds reasonable.
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