Here comes another turbo build! This one on my 1996 Cruiser. This build will be slightly different than the others, it will be ultimate low-budget, but quality DIY for someone looking to put a turbo on their truck. I will list part numbers, prices, and other detailed measurements that anyone will be able to use and put together. Turbo Kit Completed 4/7/13 - Cliff Notes: Fuel Pump: OEM TT Supra Denso Pump, hardwired to the battery with 10 gauge. Denso p/n 195130-1020 Toyota p/n 23221-46110 Fuel Pressure Regulator: Stock, rising rate regulator, no change needed Injectors: On my setup, the stock 280cc injectors were totally maxxed out and unsafe to drive at wide open throttle. Yellow Denso 854-450 (195500-4450). $435 for a set of 6 www.fiveomotorsport.com MAF: Oem maf doesnt cut it with the extra massive airflow. 1999+ toyota 22204-21010 air flow sensor (search for Landtank MAF PDF as the pinout needs to be altered) Treadstone Performance 3.5" denso 1.23" maf pipe Treadstone 3.5" honeycomb to smooth airflow Spark Plugs: OEM is BKR5ES. I highly recommend BKR6ES. It is one step cooler and will resist detonation better than the 5's ECU Piggyback: Underdog Racing Development Fuel Timing Controller. Other good options are the Haltech interceptor or AEM F/IC 6 p/n 30-1910 or AEM F/IC 8 p/n 30-1930. The F/IC 8 has built in boost control (you need a $40 MAC solenoid P/N 35A-AAA-DDEA-1BA) and has a few other features over the F/IC 6. Transmission: The stock shifting is no good with added power. Install a TransGo reprogram kit DIY thread here: https://forum.ih8mud.com/80-series-tech/731930-a343-transgo-reprogram-kit-install-1995-1997-a.html Knock Sensors: My truck has 238k on it and I never had problems with the knock sensors. My first test drive with the turbo kit threw both knock sensor codes. I just replaced them both with aftermarket ones on ebay $70/each. Codes went away. If you don't replace them, the truck will be very doggy due to pulled timing. If you are adding forced induction, replace your knock sensors! Spreadsheet of the entire build: http://lilevo.com/pictures/cars/turbolc/TurboLandCruiser_Price_List.xls Videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkT60G8DjPk&feature=youtu.be 0-60mph Cluster Video Pre-Transgo reprogram kit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BXnHmd3S5g&feature=youtu.be Few pulls after I installed the Transgo reprogram kit and after the dyno session at 295awhp / 357tq at 8.5psi http://youtu.be/JuvjhjHjry8 Dyno: Stock N/A was 155hp/219tq 8.7psi was 285hp 339tq 10.5psi was 295hp 357tq I didn't want to try more boost still being on stock head bolts although I probably could have cracked 300hp easily. I also dynoed my car that I trailered there with the truck. The car made: 22psi = 510hp, 398tq 45psi = 744hp, 566tq Video: http://youtu.be/l1gU8DXs5Yg First step, the manifold. I went with the Treadstone because they have a lifetime warranty, cast manifolds are cheap, and well suited for the low boost duty my truck will have. A custom tubular manifold by my friends shop would run around $1600 and the timing and overkill eliminated that as a choice. Treadstone also seemed to have changed their design, at least from the pictures on their website, to incorporate expansion cuts in the runners that may reduce any potential cracking. Price: $419 plus the $25 gasket, stud, washer, and nut set for the turbo and wastegate. I have many of the rest of the fab parts on the way and I also have the turbo from a prior vehicle. Subscribe and stay tuned!