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Or you can do any one of the mods I listed earlier. I'm not sure what else you think there is to do??
Ahhhh, the realization of mortality and that I'm not the most important thing in my life any longer. or in other words, getting old.I've always tested all my previous cars to see what they feel like at top speed... but now that we are having our second child.. i'm really not interested in playing with fire..
last year I tested the wife's honda pilot.. took it to 115, and kept it there for a good 20 minutes.. by myself of course.. the pilot didn't like it over 100... kinda squirrely ..
have taken the tundra up to 105.. but just for a few seconds... felt pretty stable...
Exactly what I was thinking.....why the need to drive over 100 on the road???This is what comes to mind for me :thumbdown:
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True, but I don't think anyone here is 16 right now, including the OP.Trying not to get on my high horse as we've all been 16.
I've gone 110 in my 07 5.7 trd. I always have weight in the back, weight in the back is a must. I wouldn't recommend going that speed for too long without tires rated for that situation. But it felt decent. Bit the problem is a stock tundra is sitting to high what u r feeling when u say its feels like u r on ice is the air getting under the truck creating a small amount of lift. I have gone 130 in my old titan it felt a little better but their suspension is more for street IMO, the funny thing is a mustang & a Tacoma past me. My opinion is if u r going to do that speed u won't b able to do it for long without a lot of mods.Hello all,
Tried to push my crewmax 4x4 5.7L to beyond 100 and it started to feel like I am driving on ice. Any suggestions on how to keep the truck stable at 100+ mph ? One other hand I dont have any problem pushing sedans beyond 140+
There is a governor, believe the S/C is the only thing that unlocks higher speeds.My opinion is if u r going to do that speed u won't b able to do it for long without a lot of mods.
Sure it does, I've been well north of stock governed speeds in my S/C'ed Tundra.I don't think the sc unlocks higher speeds. I think pulling the abs module does though
How so?The sc does but not all the way.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_dBJMmavaQ&feature=youtube_gdata_playerSomewhere there is a video of a tundra doin it on a track with turns, not just drag strip... Was cool to watch.