URD vs TRD Perf Facts

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  1. XrunnIT

    XrunnIT Active Member

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    Performance Facts:

    URD MKI:
    - Fastest 0-60mph = 5.31 seconds (Jonathan - 9.5psi + Unknown)
    - Fastest 50-90mph = 6.06 seconds
    (Jonathan - 9.5psi + Unknown)
    - Fastest 0-100mph = N/A
    - Fastest 1/8 mile MPH: 79.19mph (WallasX - 75mm pulley)
    - Fastest 1/4 mile MPH: 102.02mph (WallasX - 75mm pulley)
    - Highest Peak HP = 350rwhp @ 5000rmps (Spyder327 - Stage 2.5 + Water/Meth - DynoComp)
    - Highest Peak TQ =
    390rwtq @ 4300rpms (Spyder327 - Stage 2.5 + Water/Meth - DynoComp)
    - 2500rpm TQ = ~330rwtq (Spyder327 - Stage 2.5 + Water/Meth)

    URD MKII:
    - Fastest 0-60mph = N/A
    - Fastest 50-90mph = 5.5 seconds
    (blackx-runner - Stage III)
    - Fastest 0-100mph = N/A
    - Fastest 1/8 mile MPH:
    80.30mph (blackx-runner - Stage II)
    - Fastest 1/4 mile MPH: 106.68mph (blackx-runner - Stage III)
    - Highest Peak HP = 422rwhp @ 6150rmps (Manufacturer's Stage III w/race tune - DynoJet)
    - Highest Peak TQ = 379rwtq @ 4450rmps
    (Manufacturer's Stage III w/race tune - DynoJet)
    - 2500rpm TQ = 300rwtq (Manufacturer's Stage III w/race tune - DynoJet)

    TRD Blower:
    - Fastest 0-60mph = 4.93 seconds (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Fastest 50-90mph = 4.75 seconds
    (Deathshadow - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, 2.7" pulley)
    - Fastest 0-100mph = 10.93 seconds (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Fastest 1/8 mile MPH:
    83.58mph (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Fastest 1/4 mile MPH: 106.80mph (XrunnIT - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, stock pulley)
    - Highest Peak HP = 388rwhp @ 6200rpms (ABP - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, APR pulley, e85- DynoJet)
    - Highest Peak TQ = 404rwtq @ 4200rpms (ABP - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 7th Inj, APR pulley, e85- DynoJet)
    - 2500rpm TQ = 369rwtq (Sparkys Tacoma - Bolt-on, APR X-1, 2.7" pulley - DynoDynamics)

    NOTE
    - All numbers were based on information available to all members, no secrets here
    - Track MPH is used instead of ET, as MPH is power:weight ratio, where ET is traction and driver skill.

    If you have proof of faster times please post up in this thread and the data will be updated accordingly by any Mod/Admin
     
    #1 XrunnIT, May 13, 2009
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2009
  2. trd_sport

    trd_sport Active Member

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    Maybe show how much boost was being made at the time of these #'s.

    I call BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL
     
  3. 08XRunner808

    08XRunner808 New Member

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    i dont think the 0-60 is fair because super werty is 4x4
     
  4. trd_sport

    trd_sport Active Member

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    ^in this case I would agree for a fair comparison.:top:
     
  5. dak-rt-2a-XR

    dak-rt-2a-XR Banned

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    Exactly, this is X Runner numbers. I say X Runner times and numbers be used.
     
  6. RedXRunner

    RedXRunner "Splash Baby Douchecanoe"

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    lol J you were bored at work..

    Nice tho...
     
  7. NHXRUNNER

    NHXRUNNER "New Hampster"
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    I have absolutely nothing against Werty or any of the other DCs. But I agree in order for the numbers to be compared fairly we need to compare apples to apples. If we want to have an additional thread for the DCs or another for overall best numbers I think that would be great. But for this thread I think it should be X-Runner to X-Runner :top:
     
  8. K2

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    I agree, kind of. If Werty were to do a 4x2 launch then I think it would be a reasonably accurate comparison - but 4x4 launch is definitely not going to give accurate, side-by-side numbers.
     
  9. trd_sport

    trd_sport Active Member

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    ^Gearing is different too.
    I dont think there is a need to start another thread for just DubCabs. Even then you have different configurations. I think if you guys want a fair comparison of #'s between the different systems available then you should compare x-runner to x-runner.
     
  10. 5H4D0WD347H

    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    There are TRD 4x2 launches in the 4s as well, werty was just the fastest.
     
  11. 5000XD

    5000XD New Member

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    Sorry but this is an X-Runner forum so I think we should keep the numbers separated if available ofcourse.
     
  12. Black-X

    Black-X New Member

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    I think its a fair comparison because the only spot where werty is the fastest is 0-60. If he were on top at say the 1/4 or 1/8, as well as the 0-xxx sprints, then it wouldn't be fair because of the 4x4. But the top ranks were all xr owners from what I can tell.
     
  13. frechem

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    It doesn't matter where he placed. If you throw him into the mix then you are comparing apples to oranges and that compromises the whole analysis. It has nothing to do with being fair to him/us, only relevant data. Since this is an X-Runner site then in this case all data entries should only be taken from an X-Runner.
     
  14. braves011

    braves011 "Crouching Tiger"

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    umm please also add in parenthesis with the URD HP dyno that it was done with race fuel and not pump gas.
     
  15. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    Werty is an auto too. I wish my X was an auto.

    Justin
     
  16. NixXR462

    NixXR462 New Member

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    I wouldn't say apple to oranges more like oranges to grapefruits. Look fairly similar ones just alittle larger.
     
  17. Murderface

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    thats exactly what I was thinking. Werty is auto and NO ONE can shift faster then that:biggrin:
     
  18. 5H4D0WD347H

    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    Manual still has its advantages over auto as there is no kick down, the loss with manual is less as well - I would say auto has more power holding crutches but our MT sucks :laugh:.

    Damn werty, ur getting flamed bad :laugh:
     
  19. Shanes56

    Shanes56 New Member

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    I love werty and I think his truck is sexy

    but lets keep the object of this in mind, we need to copare like vehicles for a fair result. X-runners should be the only trucks listed, and DC should be compared to other DC's, and all SC should be Compared to other SC's.

    But all in all that is a great list I us, cant wait for some of the URD MRK II boys to post some #'s on pump fuel at a track.
     
  20. blackx-runner

    blackx-runner "White Flash"

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    My best MPH in the 1/8 is 79.10 and in the 1/4 is 100.78 mph Hope to improve those this weekend. and I am running about 8.5psi on the MKII stage II. If you want the slip I have it, just couldn't get a good picture of it to post
     

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