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Flexfuel ?'s answered, sorta!

It's pretty vague, but here you go!

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They should have asked how many ppl that have a flex fuel actually use the shit.. All they have to do is disclose that the ffv system will not be used etc.. Damn tax breaks blinding their asses. Pisses me off enough to sell the thing damn near.

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I did a s/c setup on my tundra


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Hey can I run a s/c on a flex fuel engine?


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With a standalone and a Christmas tree on your dash. If you don't want that then no. Toyota is being lame as shit on it. They can do it but they won't. It's pushing me closer and closer to a 6.2 gmc everyday. Lol

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If i was you i would not add it you will have a blown motor like me i had to rebuild my motor


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Cheaper and less headache if you just trade in for non FF then SC it.


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Not possible in my area for a cm 4x4 in a non flex fuel, dealer just searched high and low for one. And it's not worth it to me to drive across country and spend the extra thousands to make it happen. I'm holding out for gadget for a little while but we'll see

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You need to find it yourself. Only cost $600-700 to transport


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I'd have to trade in the ffv truck so that's double the cost. And if I have to go through all of that just to give Toyota more money it loses my interest. I could buy a 6.2L gmc and any supercharger I want and save myself a lot of headache.

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You should get the Raptor with factory backed Rousch blower . I would.


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Never been a big fan of the raptors. There is a lot more out there for $60k that I would rather have. Lol

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I'd have to trade in the ffv truck so that's double the cost. And if I have to go through all of that just to give Toyota more money it loses my interest. I could buy a 6.2L gmc and any supercharger I want and save myself a lot of headache.
But then you're buYing a crappy Chevy product. No thanks. Sick of all the issues chevys have... from electrical issues to blown transmissions. No thanks to Chevy.



And yea I bought a cm flex fuel didn't even know I couldn't sc it until I got on here :'(
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But then you're buYing a crappy Chevy product. No thanks. Sick of all the issues chevys have... from electrical issues to blown transmissions. No thanks to Chevy.



And yea I bought a cm flex fuel didn't even know I couldn't sc it until I got on here :'(
I know, that's why I still have the tunder. I didn't know mine was a ffv until it got delivered from the other dealer. It was my own fault I didn't pay attn to the paperwork.

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At least that's the only down fall. On the upside the dealer changes my oil every 5k vs 10k
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