Money is no object - Piaa blades from Amazon
Commercially available - Bosch Icon
Water repellent properties - Rain X
Best bang for buck - OEM blades that are in Toyota bags not the rebadged Pylon blades which are crap
Never complained about the cost. It's the accessibility. And from where I'm at we have $4.20 91 octane vs the $3.90 for 89 octane. Not a deal breaker, and I only get 9-11mpg with this thing. I drive a Prius for my normal commuting.
graph is at 3500, but if you look online there are plenty of graphs. Some with custom tunes and some without.
This thing defiantly has 500+ HP. it's fun to get on and off off-ramps but outside of that I won't be using the full power.
I work for DENSO and have addressed this issue.
A dealer can reprogram a used FOB/CARD but it requires extra time as it requires resetting the ECU and you need to have all your keys to reprogram. You can only do this if you already have a key and the dealer is only able to do this as it...
Here are the major points:
1. You need a Unichip piggy back to make it run properly. The LC200 and LX570 run a different ecu compared to the Tundra (USDM vs JDM) so the piggy back is needed. (I have a spare i'm trying to sell)
2. You need to make some custom brackets to accommodate the heat...
First off MPG will not increase, but I used the same excuse to get this (self justification). The trip computer will tell you 17-20, but it's off by 30%+ because the larger injectors will be using a lower duty cycle, but using more fuel. I get a true 10-14mpg and worst case in the summer and...
i get 9mpg around town and 12mpg on the highway. The gauge will be off because the stock computer sees the duty cycle of the ECU and not the size increase on the injector. If i go off the computer it sees 17-19mpg, but i can only muster 220-240 a tank (19-20 gallons).