FROM THE DRIVER SEAT
The owner only had two complaints about the truck's transformation, well actually one complaint about two different aspects of the build. Both the K&N intake and the Dick Cepek tires were louder than the factory items they replaced. No real surprise there, since the factory tires wore a highway tread, but going from a brand-new truck that's quiet, to being able to hear the engine and tires is the tradeoff for the added performance and capability. Ride quality is excellent with the RCD kit and the Bilstein shocks were a perfect match for the Tundra.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Degree Of Difficulty: High. Not particularly difficult, but without a spring compressor you'd be stuck. Also, knowledge of the Toyota's stability control system is necessary to keep from throwing trouble codes.

Tools Used:
Sockets and wrenches, cutoff wheel, spring compressor

Parts Used:
Dick Cepek Radial F-C II 305/70R18 $316.96
Dick Cepek 18x8.5 Torque wheels 1088403 $217.95
K&N 63-Series cool air intake 4.7L $356.79
JBA 40-9003 stainless exhaust $399.99
RCD Tundra 4-6-inch lift kit 10-47407 $2,425.00

Total: $5,321.42
(Not including tax, shipping, or labor)

SOURCE
Race Car Dynamics, Inc.
1900 Weld Blvd
El Cajon
CA  92020
619-588-4723
www.racecardynamics.com
K&N Engineering, Inc.
1455 Citrus Street
Riverside
CA  92507
800-858-3333
www.knfilters.com
Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels
4600 Prosper Drive
Stow
OH  44224
330-928-9092
http://www.dickcepek.com
South County Auto Body
25081 Front Street
Lake Forest
CA  92630
949-859-7990
www.southcountyautobody.com
JBA Exhaust
440 E. Arrow Highway
San Dimas
CA  91773
909-599-5955
www.jbaheaders.com