FAQ: Complete X-Runner Specs

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  1. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Active Member

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    Official specs for the Toyota X-Runner. :top:

    ENGINE
    4.0-liter DOHC EFI V6,
    24-valve aluminum block with aluminum alloy head with VVT-i
    236 hp @ 5,200 rpm
    266 lb-ft @ 3,800 rpm
    Bore & Stroke: 3.70 x 3.74
    Displacement: 3,956 cc
    Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
    Ignition System: DIS (Direct)
    Fuel System: EFI
    Recommended Fuel: 91-oct
    Emissions: LEV-II

    DRIVETRAIN
    6-speed manual overdrive (V6)
    Drive System Type: 4x2 front engine with rear-wheel drive
    RATIOS:

    * 1st 4.17
    * 2nd 2.19
    * 3rd 1.49
    * 4th 1.19
    * 5th 1.00
    * 6th 0.85
    * Reverse 3.61
    * Final Gear 3.153

    WHEELS AND TIRES
    18 x 8 Alloy
    Bridgestone Potenza RE050 255/45/ZR18

    Bolt pattern is 5x4.5", 5x114.3mm
    Lug nut size is 12mm x 1.50
    Offset is +30mm.
    Center Bore is 60mm
    Wheel weight is 31lbs - 32lbs
    Tire weight is 29lbs

    SUSPENSION
    Front: Coil spring independent double wishbone with gas-filled shock absorbers (4x2 – low mount)
    Rear: Leaf spring rigid suspension
    Front Stabilizer Bar Diameter (inches): 1.18
    Rear Stabilizer Bar Diameter (inches): 0.98

    BRAKES
    Power-assisted four-wheel Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Brake Assist (BA) and Electronic Braking Distribution (EBD)
    Front: Ventilated Disc
    Front Diameter: 10.83-inches
    Front Swept Area: 56.75 square inches
    Rear: Leading-Trailing Drum
    Rear Diameter: 10-inches
    Rear Swept Area: 61.82 square inches
    Parking Brake: Stick Type

    STEERING
    Ratio: 17.4
    Turns (lock to lock): 3.43 turns
    Turning Circle (ft.): 42.0

    CAPACITY
    Fuel Tank: 21 gallons
    Cooling System (quarts): 10.3
    Engine Oil (quarts): 4.4 w/o filter change, 4.8 w/filter change

    EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS
    Overall Height: 65.2
    Overall Width: 74.0
    Overall Length: 208.1
    Wheelbase: 127.2
    Inside Bed Length: 73.5
    Inside Bed Depth: 18.0
    Inside Bed Width-
    At Tailgate: 52.9
    At C-Channel: 56.7
    Between Wheel wells: 41.5
    Front Track/Rear Track: 62.2/62.2
    Running Ground Clearance: 7.5
    Coefficient of Drag: 0.368

    INTERIOR DIMENSIONS
    Headroom (front/rear): 39.9/35.2
    Legroom (front/rear): 41.7/28.2
    Shoulder Room (front/rear): 57.7/57.7
    Hip Room (front/rear): 53.6/53.6
    Maximum Seating Capacity: 4

    EPA ESTIMATED FUEL ECONOMY (mpg)
    6-speed manual (V6): 15/19

    VEHICLE MASS (lbs)
    Curb Weight (man): 3,690
    GVWR: 4600
    Payload (man): 910

    TOWING (lbs)
    Towing Capacity: 3,500
    Tongue Weight: 350
    Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR): 7500

    ANGLE OF APPROACH/DEPARTURE (degrees)
    Approach: 19
    Departure: 19
    Break over angle: 15

    PERFORMANCE (As tested by 3rd parties)
    *Acceleration 0-60: 6.9 sec
    *Quarter-mile elapsed time: 14.92 @ 93.10
    600-ft slalom: 63.67 mph
    Lateral Grip (200ft skidpad): 0.97G

    *These times are listed as corrected times by Motor Trend, and not the actual times. Actual stock 1/4 times vary, most run low-mid 15's trapping 89-91mph.
     
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    rx-runner New Member

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    is the towing capacity regarding the trailer hitch or putting a ball joint on the rear bumper
     
  3. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Active Member

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    From the bumper, in the specs they didn't have any specs for a trailer hitch. :thumpdown:
     
  4. RJDoute

    RJDoute "My Salami Nipples Ooze Milk"

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    Sticky this is useful stuff. :top:

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    You're a moderator. Of course it's stickied. I'm going to go bury my head now. :top:
     
  5. rx-runner

    rx-runner New Member

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    well ill be, those are still great numbers
     
  6. Grumpy

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    Awesome, lots of useful reference material.
    Isn't our MPG 17/21?:dontknow:
     
  7. TitanRattler813

    TitanRattler813 Well-Known Member

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    source of info?

    I usually either use MSN Autos or if I don't have the net, I dig through the manual.
     
  8. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Active Member

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    This is from Toyota themselves, as the Official specs. I have the PDF doc that has the info for all the trims, so i parsed out just the XR stuff. :top:
     
  9. TitanRattler813

    TitanRattler813 Well-Known Member

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    cool :top: ... now my 18 mpg doesn't seem like I'm doing so bad. I just moved up to a higher percentile :laugh:

    Like Grumpy asked, I always thought it was 17/21, but I'm more like 16/18
     
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    XrunnIT Active Member

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    I usually got between 15/18 with city/highway mix before my mods, then it went up to about 17/20. Then with the blower only one tank at it was about 16 (and that's with my foot in it all the time :biggrin:)
     
  11. Grumpy

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    I regularly get high 19s (80% hwy), with the last tank came in at 20.44mpg. That's only because I'm in grandma mode breaking in my short block.
     
  12. LOW AND BLOWN

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    I get 100 miles or a little more per hash mark on the fuel gage,which is about 19-20 mpg.
     
  13. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Active Member

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    We've already got a thread discussing gas mileage so lets keep this thread on topic with spec related conversation, and MPG in this thread --> Gas mileage
     
  14. mad hatter

    mad hatter New Member

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    what about 0-60 and skid pad?

    I've read that the 0-60 is 5.7 or something close and the skidpad is 1.9 Gs. Confirmation?
     
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    for sum reason some of the info doesnt seem rite as in the oil capactiy is not rite at all i work at a toyota dealership and 4.4 quarts ona 4.0 v6 is low
     
  16. blazinx

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    so i guess im doing it wrong by puting regular pump gas instead of mid grade?
     
  17. Spyder327

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    91 is recommended but not required.
     
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    Skidpad is close to 1.0 g.... something like .96 to be exact, i believe
     
  19. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Active Member

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    .97G as recorded by Toyota and TRD.

    Updated first post with performance section. :top:
     
  20. Tapp

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    so what do you think 0-60 is with the TRD blower??
     

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