Toyota Tacoma with a Turbo K24 Inline-Four Goes 8.121

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

This 2003 Toyota Tacoma called “Tako2.0” was built in less than a year by CDFab in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Under the hood sits a turbocharged K24 inline-four built by Gregg Dahl that makes 808 horsepower and 687 lb-ft of torque to the wheels on E85 fuel. The engine features JE pistons, Manley Turbo Tuff rods, Supertech valvetrain, stock camshafts, Precision 6266 turbocharger, and Hondata ECU. The drivetrain consists of a Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission with custom Bill Hincher adapter and Ford 9-inch rear end. The combination was good enough to run a 8.121 sec at 162.82 mph and win True Street class at World Cup Finals 2018. You can read why they chose the truck and powertrain combination on this FB post.

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

Toyota Tacoma with a turbo K24 inline-four

Source: CDFab FB page and That Racing Channel

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