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96 4Runner with 2 Fi Q 18s (lots of pics)


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I've done my fair share.

I recommend it if you have easy access to propane filling.
I have 11 tanks, and a fill station 0.6 miles from my house.
If I fill all at once, they usually charge around $80

I measured around 15-20MPG (on LPG) on 38.5s

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I later built a dual tank setup for it, but it went to smaller, cut tires, so it doesn't see road miles

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I say do it, it just looks so cool, and is so much cheaper/easier

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Yes I have a lot of stereo weight. I build for Smiles Per Gallon not Miles Per Gallon LOLZ

My build - 1996 4Runner with 2 18s - 149+ in a sealed box (with radiators)

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love those yotas! liked the tubed bumper look on the 4runner, excited to see how it comes out! and if you ever work on that pickup, post pics!

I think you have a bit of truck stuck in your mud bro

~Ford Ranger, ext cab
Kenwood DDX470
1/0ga stinger wiring for big 3
1/0ga ofc flextech wiring

3 kinetik 800's

AQ2200 @1ohm

Sundown Audio X15

in a 27Hz tuned ported box

LE BUILD LOG!!!

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Oh yeah there was definitely room for more wire. I could make any battery fit up front. But I bought the 5100 to initially replace the dead stock one as a direct replacement. I just didn't put it in until I started the build. And at that point I didn't plan on needing that much battery. Then I added two 680s. Then a 3100. Then 2 more haha

I think 6 batteries should suffice.

What did you have that needed four runs of power?

Yes I have a lot of stereo weight. I build for Smiles Per Gallon not Miles Per Gallon LOLZ

My build - 1996 4Runner with 2 18s - 149+ in a sealed box (with radiators)

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love those yotas! liked the tubed bumper look on the 4runner, excited to see how it comes out! and if you ever work on that pickup, post pics!

What do you want to see?

That's the coolest project I have ever done. Everything prior was a "bolt on" build. Or I had experience. I've been building computers and wiring buildings professionally since I've been 7, so wiring in a car is simple. Adding bolt ons is simple. That truck has been an awesome challenge. Made almost every piece I needed

Completely built the motor. First time ever

Built the trans and transfer cases.

It's a dual transfer case with an independent shift triple stick setup and drivetrain caliper brake

Yes I have a lot of stereo weight. I build for Smiles Per Gallon not Miles Per Gallon LOLZ

My build - 1996 4Runner with 2 18s - 149+ in a sealed box (with radiators)

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Double post -.-

I think you have a bit of truck stuck in your mud bro

~Ford Ranger, ext cab
Kenwood DDX470
1/0ga stinger wiring for big 3
1/0ga ofc flextech wiring

3 kinetik 800's

AQ2200 @1ohm

Sundown Audio X15

in a 27Hz tuned ported box

LE BUILD LOG!!!

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