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OVER 100+ LB-FT OF TORQUE 2022 Toyota Tundra Gets VR Tuned

The 2022 Toyota Tundra comes factory with an impressive twin-turbo 3.5L V6 engine boasting a respectable 389 horsepower. Here at Vivid Racing, we like to turn things up a notch – so we decided to install our VR Tuning Box! In today’s video, you’ll see exactly how to install the VR Tuning Box and we then explain what happens during the tuning process to achieve maximum performance!

What’s up guys here at vivid racing today we are working on another brand new vr tune product this time it’s going to be for the 2022 all-new toyota tundra featuring the 3.5 liter twin turbo v6 to start out this tundra is completely bone stock aside from a mild leveling kit and of course our vivid racing d07 wheels in satin bronze wrapped in the bf good wrench

Am3 off-road tires today we are going to be working on our brand new v2 tuning box featuring the bluetooth app control on the new 2022 tundras these do feature a brand new ecu that is not able to be ecu flash so we can’t do a full flash tune so we are moving into our vr tune tuning box this is going to be an excellent solution to increase overall performance and

Boost i’m ready to get started so let’s get this thing strapped down to the dyno and test some bass lines foreign we have wrapped up our stock baselines on the 2022 toyota tundra and we’ve got some figures to go over from our dino over here on our dyno graph you can see we are displaying roughly 314 wheel horsepower and 373 foot-pounds of torque please keep in

Mind this is on a mustang dyno and we are on 35 inch tires so there is quite a bit of drivetrain loss in addition to that it is roughly 95 degrees right now in our dyno room we are located in arizona and it’s the middle of august so it is pretty toasty now that our stock baselines are all wrapped up it’s time to get our vrtune tuning box installed uh we’re gonna

Do a quick rundown on the install itself and some of the features now that we’ve got the tuning box all installed on the tundra we’re going to go over some of the sensor locations and where we mounted the box itself starting out when you’re doing this install you’re going to lay out the harness there’s going to be two different sensor locations that you’re going

To be targeting the first is going to be your boost pressure sensor this is located towards the center of the engine uh it’s extremely easy to access on our harness itself it features oem connectors on both ends so there there is no cutting or splicing required simply disconnect the factory harness and tr harness in on both ends from there we’re going to move into

Our manifold absolute pressure sensor also known as a map sensor this is going to be located towards the back of the engine up against the firewall again same exact process disconnect the factory sensor and plug in our teed sensors with the factory style connectors after that really you’re just going to start kind of tidying up the wiring with zip ties we like

To follow a factory routing of other harnesses that are within the engine bay this makes a really clean look and keeps everything safe from there we’re going to get to actually mounting the tuning box itself with this really you want to just try to get it in basically the coolest part of the engine bay away from the engine as much as possible and also typically in

A dry area for the tundra we choose to actually use a 3m double-sided tape and to mount it to the top of the fuse box this is a good solution overall when you do need to actually open the fuse box itself you can simply unplug the tuning box and remove the whole thing as one it doesn’t get in the way at all and it’s also really easy to access and adjust there now

That the install is all complete and we’ve gone over some of the wiring and how to mount it it’s time to run this thing on our dyno and see what we can do all right guys we have wrapped up our final dyno runs with a vr tune v2 tuning box installed and we’ve got some pretty phenomenal results to go over moving over to our dyno graph this can be kind of deceiving

To look at so i’m going to break it down for you when you’re looking at just peak versus peak horsepower we’re only seeing about a 20 wheel horsepower gain however that is definitely not the case when looking at the overall graph you can see throughout the entire mid-range we’re experiencing a gain of roughly 60 to 55 wheel horsepower obviously right at the very

Top end where peak first peak is measured at roughly 5300 rpm that’s where we’re tapering down to just a 20 wheel horsepower gain however considering the tundra is on stock smaller frame turbos we are going to see most efficiency in between 2800 rpm and roughly 4 700 rpm this is where we are consistently seeing 60 to 55 wheel horsepower and then obviously tapering

Off towards the top end like we just discussed moving on from horsepower gains this is where things get pretty crazy the tundra is actually producing over a hundred foot pounds of torque at 3200 rpm and carrying a consistent 55 to 60 wheel torque all the way through the entire rpm range it’s pretty insane i’ll tell you right now when this thing comes into boost

With map 7 setup it is extraordinarily improved over the factory settings all right now that we’ve gone over what the vr tune tuning box can do it’s time to get this thing unstrapped and off the dyno so we can get into some testing out on the road all right guys we are out in the 2022 toyota tundra with a 3.5 liter twin turbo v6 first and foremost we’re just out

To get some initial impressions of the factory performance throttle response uh and just how this thing feels right off the bat i will say the three five twin turbo v6 is pretty awesome it definitely has a lot of throttle response especially once it gets into boost however it does lack a bit of initial throttle response and that’s something we’re hoping to really

Improve with the vr10 tuning locks in addition to our driving experiences before and after while we’re out we are going to test zero to 60 uh with the draggy so we will have some live data on what this thing can do so initial overall impression it feels great however again it is lacking a bit of throttle response so with adjustments to boost we should be able to create

Definitely some better acceleration low to mid-range and hopefully also improve the top end so we’ll see all right all right we have wrapped up our zero to 60 testing with the draggy app on setting zero which is completely bone stock the vehicle is producing a 0-60 of 7.44 seconds with the vr tune tuning box set to setting seven we are now down to 6.55 seconds

When launching the toyota tundra with the tuning box installed to setting seven i can tell you right off the bat there is a huge difference this really is apparent as soon as you get over 20 miles an hour and it starts to go through the gears keep in mind we did do this in four high and i did brake boost the vehicle to roughly 2500 rpm before lifting off the brake

This is going to provide the absolute quickest 0-60 from what we’ve tested one of the awesome features we have for our v2 tuning boxes is an optional bluetooth control that you can use from any android or iphone this is pretty cool because it does allow you to preset three different modes in ecosport and race mode within this you can switch between these without

Actually popping the hood or touching the tuning box at all you can go into fine tuning and actually set the actual performance level of each mode obviously you can set it to whatever you want in addition to this something that’s pretty cool is we’ve got a warm-up timer setting down here basically the way this works is every time you key the ignition on once the

Vehicle has been off for a period of time you can set the timer so if we set this guy to two minutes right here the actual performance of the tuning box is not going to become active meaning the vehicle is going to be in stock setting until two minutes or you know five minutes or whatever you set it to this allows the engine to come up to running temperature before

The increased performance is added all right we are driving around with the vr10 tuning box set to setting seven this is the most aggressive setting um currently we are on 91 octane i can tell you right off the bat the biggest difference is definitely that initial power and throttle response once the truck starts to come into boost around 2700 rpm the initial hit

And response itself even if you’re only at like a quarter throttle is significantly more and then from there the other biggest thing is is when you’re wide open throttle going through multiple gears such as like if you were trying to merge onto the freeway pretty quick in between each gear shift when you are up to speed and you’re starting to create more load as

You’re gaining speed and rpm the increased performance overall really helps the the power not fall on its head so in other words it’s carrying peak boost through the higher rpm range as we saw in the dyno graph and you can really feel that when you are a wide open throttle and it is shifting into taller gears where before when it’s stock it really starts to fall

On its head after like 45 or 50 miles an hour on setting seven that is basically gone and it continues to pull significantly harder i mean even all the way up to 90 to 100 miles an hour all right guys we have wrapped up our testing and tuning with a 2022 toyota tundra we’ve produced some pretty awesome results and we’ve had a lot of fun with this platform we can’t

Wait to spend some more time with it however we hope that you guys enjoyed the video learn some stuff about what is capable on this platform feel free to contact us at tuning at vividracing.com with any questions or to purchase go ahead and go to vividracing.com and until next time thanks for watching

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OVER 100+ LB-FT OF TORQUE!! 2022 Toyota Tundra Gets VR Tuned! By Vivid Racing

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