There are lots of reasons you might want to upgrade the exhaust system on a Toyota Tundra. A more efficient exhaust system can increase your horsepower, improve your gas mileage, and make your truck sound better and more powerful.
The struts in your Toyota Tundra are what prevent you from feeling the bumps you drive over. They’re also an important part of your steering system. When they go bad, it can make your truck unsafe to drive.
Even the most durable spark plug will wear down over time from regular use. While some can last a decade or more, if your car’s a 2007 you’ll probably need to replace the spark plugs at some point. Aside from regular wear and tear, spark plugs can also become fouled by engine misfires, dirty oil, or other combustion system problems. Even if your spark plugs are newer than your car, there’s no guarantee they’re still operating at peak efficiency.
We live in what is called the Information Age. Having access to information has become one of our generation’s defining characteristic. Today, radar detectors aren’t just for people who want to drive fast. These modern detectors have become another way for drivers to gather and use advanced traffic information. But radar detectors are susceptible to theft and are illegal in some states and locales. If you have one, and don’t want the world to know it, how do you hide your radar detector from the police, other drivers, and would-be thieves?
Replacing the factory installed air intake is one of the easiest and most effective ways to increase and improve your 2003-2007 6.0L Powerstroke diesel engine. There are, however, so many cold air intake systems on the market that choosing the best one can be difficult and confusing. The purpose of this review will be to help you to determine which after market cold air intake may be the best to install your vehicle.
For nearly 30 years, the Valentine One radar detector has set the standard that all other competitors have had to measure up to. Now Valentine has updated this all-time favorite, calling it the Valentine One Generation 2, or V1G2. In order to understand the differences between the Gen 1 and the Gen 2, we can compare the two side by side, the Valentine One Gen 1 vs. the Valentine One Gen 2.
If you already own and are using the Escort IX, you are going to want to upgrade to the new IXc. If you are in the market for a radar detector you are going to want to take a close look at the Escort IXc Laser Radar Detector. An already great product is now Wi-Fi capable, has better false alert filtering, and is now able to connect you to the Escort Live app’s community of drivers and auto enthusiasts. >>> Check current price on Amazon