Close but I would pick a 5.3l Vortec over that due to power vs weight. The weight of the vortec would be less than 100lbs over the weight of the 22re and would double it's power plus you would get better mileage than the re.
If your not set on a toy drivetrain I'd go with a tbi 4.3 mated to your toy transmission via an adapter. The 4.3 is an easy swap and motors are everywhere. I'd recommend the tbi since the CPI unit is prone to cracked injector lines dumping fuel into the cylinders
My vote is the 3.4 IF you want to keep it a Toyota. If not, the easiest would be to fix the current motor or go all out for the LS series chevy v8 swap. My ideal set up would be a supercharged 3.4 as that is what I'd like to do if I had the time and money.
So one day, when BR grows up he's gonna need some big tars... I really think for my kinda wheelin' and the way the truck will eventually be built (next phase anyway) that a 36+/- ish tire is all he can stand on modified Toy stuff.
So here's the Interco tars that I've admired on other folks...
Got a LockRight last week and have not put in yet because i am trying to decide if i want to put the locker in the rear or the front.I heard if you put it in the front with stock birfs they break real easily and in the rear it just sucks to DD.
...that is the question.
So what does the Ga. mob say about trussing the factory Toy SFA with this type??
Cost is not the question here. True effectiveness is.
Does it really do anything?
Is it worth running the risk of warping the housing when welding?
Do the housings really bend there...
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The $25 registration fee basically covers your goodies.
Would you prefer to reduce the cost of SETO and have no signage/banners, no keg, no beer glasses, no coozies, and no license plates? Half the people would get lost with no signs to follow, we'd have...