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Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

A lot of discusion has been said on supercharged FJ.
But I have searched and could not find a reliable report quoting the performance times.
Does any one no the times for the TRD & URD supercharged FJ cruiser
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Re: Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

Well... I would guess that most of the people around here that plonk in a SC have already added a couple thousand pounds of other mods, making those numbers totally skewed from stock numbers. I imagine it would be hard to find two FJ Cruisers with everything the same except which SC they have.
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Re: Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

Seat of the pants feel, I would say without the extra weight the TRD S/C would take your mid 16sec FJ and put it into the low 14's or maybe high 13's on the URD. The supercharger really makes a large improvement, but don't go thinking it's going to blow the doors off of small V-8 powered American cars.

In my TRD s/c 4x4, I actually got out run by one of those new BMW 335i's while just out for a Sunday drive. He actually pulled me off the line as well. Hmmm... he has an underrated 330hp or so, the TRD s/c FJ puts out 304hp. He weighs 3500 or so, we weigh 4500 or so. The FJ isn't a racecar by any means, the s/c just makes it really fun to drive.

EDIT: just read the OP wanted "RELIABLE" quoted times. I hardly resemble that.

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Re: Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

That 335i you speak of is a 5 second 0-60 machine. I know first hand! I love that car!

Im getting ready to drop in my SC. To even think that my FJ can touch my 335i off the line is really quite incomprehensible to me.

i guess we'll see LOL.


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Seat of the pants feel, I would say without the extra weight the TRD S/C would take your mid 16sec FJ and put it into the low 14's or maybe high 13's on the URD. The supercharger really makes a large improvement, but don't go thinking it's going to blow the doors off of small V-8 powered American cars.

In my TRD s/c 4x4, I actually got out run by one of those new BMW 335i's while just out for a Sunday drive. He actually pulled me off the line as well. Hmmm... he has an underrated 330hp or so, the TRD s/c FJ puts out 304hp. He weighs 3500 or so, we weigh 4500 or so. The FJ isn't a racecar by any means, the s/c just makes it really fun to drive.

EDIT: just read the OP wanted "RELIABLE" quoted times. I hardly resemble that.

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That 335i you speak of is a 5 second 0-60 machine. I know first hand! I love that car!

Im getting ready to drop in my SC. To even think that my FJ can touch my 335i off the line is really quite incomprehensible to me.

i guess we'll see LOL.
I think you'll be impressed.

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Re: Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

Air2air has a thread or post around here on his 0-60 and 1/4 mile time based on the scangauge I'm trying to find it for you.




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Air2air has a thread or post around here on his 0-60 and 1/4 mile time based on the scangauge I'm trying to find it for you.
Is this the one?

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Nope, he actually posted some numbers at one point and for a comparison posted what some cars are running stock.


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Re: Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

I would love to take mine to a track and see what it can do. I would also like to see what it's HP is and the curve at which it gets there.

From the seat of my pants feel I can tell you it's fun to drive! the 4:56 gears sure didn't hurt it either.
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Re: Supercharged FJ cruiser times 0-60 1/4 mile times

From first hand experience, i wouldn't be afraid to say Air2air is running a low 5, maybe high 4 0-60.

That thing HAULS!!!! And now he's got smaller tires, so it's probably even quicker.

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