We have been jammin away on a bunch of Tundras lately! These trucks are a great platform for a truly relentless off road machine! SDHQ has been doing everything from mild leveling kits to all out vehicle builds including frame chops, long travel builds, rear sprung under conversions, and much more! We are no stranger to supercharger builds and we can get your Tundra up to well over 500 horse at the tires!
Here is one we just finished up for a customer. The build included Icon 2.5″ coilovers, 2.5 piggyback rear shocks, Icon expansion leaf pack, Method Double Standards, and 35″ Toyo Open Country M/T’s!
We also did a really clean frame and bed chop on this brand new 2014! In 2014 Toyota only offers a single cab Tundra with an 8′ bed. On this truck we chopped the frame down and shortened the bed to 6.5′ to be a little more practical for the everyday driver. This build is also featuring Icon suspension products including coilovers with CDC, expansion leaf pack and 2.5 rear shocks with CDC adjusters! This trucks ride like a Cadillac both on-road and off!
This 2014 Tundra takes it to the extreme with a frame chop and a 5.5′ bed for very sporty and nimble handling. Under the hood is the standard 5.7L V8 with some power adders. A TRD Supercharger, Doug Thorley Long Tube Headers, AFE Cat-Back Exhaust, and Water Methanol Injection help this truck lay down some serious rubber with horsepower reaching just passed the 550 mark. Icon Coilovers and 2.5 Piggyback rear shocks help control the ride. This truck is sitting on 17″ Method Double Standards wrapped in 35″ Toyo MT’s!
The final Monday of each May, Americans take time to remember those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend our soil, our pride and our freedom. This long standing federal holiday was set to pay respect to those lives lost in the Civil war, but was later adopted to all military members whom lost their lives across the world.
Some people see Memorial Day as a long weekend, a chance to get out of town, or a good time to have friends over for a bar-b-que. Memorial Day also typically signifies the kick off to summer vacation for the nations youth.
During this Memorial Day, lets take time to remember what Memorial Day is really about. Take time to honor the brave, men and women who have paid the ultimate price so that we could enjoy the freedoms we have in this great country. Give thanks to those who are currently deployed.
Enjoy the cook-outs, concerts, or other events that you may be attending on this Memorial Day, but take time to remember the fallen heroes who protected our freedom.
Have a safe weekend and Memorial Day!
“The reality of it all didn’t set in until trucks started rolling by us in the pits on their way to the starting line. We lined up 6th, next to our good friends from 1780 and once we pulled up to Casey at the start line, nerves set in. The green light flashed and we were off and Jesse immediately went to work keeping me calm as we maneuvered through the turns and we found ourselves door to door with 1780 when the two lanes came together. My original goal was to get settled into a nice pace but the Fox Proving Grounds had other plans. Throw in lots of dust and other racers and it was game on from there”