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Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 5:21 +0000

Hi there
I have just fitted a Beaudesert 2.75inch exhaust on my 2015 SR5 manual dual cab and recorded an average of 10.5 litres per hundred before fitting exhaust and have not had any improvement after 3 tanks of fuel with new exhaust fitted. I am doing mostly highway driving and cannot feel any improvement with power and torque. Beaudesert claim 10-12% power and torque increases and 8-10% improved fuel efficiency, they state these improvements come without needing a computer remap.
Has anyone else put an aftermarket exhaust on there hilux and what has been the outcome?

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Re: Exhaust

Postby banksy on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 5:46 +0000

Yep, same exhaust as you with no muffler on a 2018 sr5.
Did SFA.

Made differance on my 2012.
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 5:48 +0000

What kinda difference on your 2012?
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Re: Exhaust

Postby banksy on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:02 +0000

Could get 11.3km per litre all the time on the highway, original muffler was 10.5.
Car has 2 inch lift, stock tyres.
That's off an ultragauge, don't go off the toyota gauge they are crap.
Did u get the muffler delete pipe?
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:13 +0000

I got the full system from Beaudesert, from turbo to tail with the straight through centre muffler.
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:17 +0000

I calculated my consumption from how many litres I put in to get back to a full tank against how many kays I traveled
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Re: Exhaust

Postby banksy on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:24 +0000

Try cleaning your Map and Maf, then disconnect your battery for 10min.
Ecu may need to relearn.
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:28 +0000

What’s the best way to clean these without any damage?
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Re: Exhaust

Postby banksy on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:40 +0000

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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:54 +0000

Thanks, have you done this to yours?
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Re: Exhaust

Postby banksy on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 7:12 +0000

Every 10 000 or less
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Re: Exhaust

Postby HK1837 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 8:29 +0000

Mine has a Beaudesert 2.75” system from extractors back. Dynoed it before and after with good gains, but it had to have an XEDE Piggyback processor as the stock ECU wasn’t capable of running it properly with the increased flow.
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 9:01 +0000

Okay Ill look into it, I had a 2014 SR and didn't clean them once and sold it with 182000km on it but will look into it, Cheers
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 9:02 +0000

HK1837 wrote:Mine has a Beaudesert 2.75” system from extractors back. Dynoed it before and after with good gains, but it had to have an XEDE Piggyback processor awesome the stock ECU wasn’t capable of running it properly with the increased flow.



Ok what engine are you running?
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 11:34 +0000

banksy wrote:https://www.newhilux.net/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=20711



Do you actually pull the MAP sensor off and clean that aswell or just do the filter as per the link?
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Re: Exhaust

Postby banksy on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 4:45 +0000

Both.
Do a search with Google and add "new hilux" on the end if you need more info.
If your new to the site you have 6 weeks of reading (lots of good info)
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Re: Exhaust

Postby HK1837 on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 6:20 +0000

AC1981 wrote:
HK1837 wrote:Mine has a Beaudesert 2.75” system from extractors back. Dynoed it before and after with good gains, but it had to have an XEDE Piggyback processor as the stock ECU wasn’t capable of running it properly with the increased flow.



Ok what engine are you running?


Only one worth having, 4.0L V6. I only just realised that wasn’t what you have.
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Re: Exhaust

Postby AC1981 on Sun, 02 Aug 2020 10:43 +0000

banksy wrote:Both.
Do a search with Google and add "new hilux" on the end if you need more info.
If your new to the site you have 6 weeks of reading (lots of good info)



Okay I did the MAF Sensor and the MAP filter and have noticed the car is alot more responsive now.

How do you go about cleaning the actual MAP sensor itself as just has the electrical connector plug and the stem at the bottom where the hose connects too?

I have read through a fair few posts so far and yes some good info.

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