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The ideal fix is a piggyback port fuel injection system.Â Toyota’s been at itÂ for a while, with no internet chatter about walnut shell blasting. Since that ain’t happening on your motor (it’s going down on the soon-to-be released 4.8-liter V8), and because it’s turbocharged, consider installing a catch canÂ as preventative maintenance.
Of course, that depends on the application. With a stock tune? Probably not. But afterÂ adding more-than-stock boost (via tune, bigger turbos, etc), consider it a mandatory upgrade. Catch cans are simple, cheap (butÂ YGWYPF) and easy to remove/sell if returning to stock for resale purposes â€” which is highly recommended to claw back extra cash you won’t see otherwise!
What say you, Best and Brightest?
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Send your queries toÂ [email protected]com. Spare no details and ask for a speedy resolution if youâ€™re in a hurry…but be realistic, and use your make/model specific forums instead of TTAC for more timely advice.Â
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