REDEFINING DIESEL PERFORMANCE

LANDCRUISER PRADO 150 SERIES (High Output)

Suits Build Dates: 2020 – current

MORE TORQUE

MORE POWER

BETTER ECONOMY

BENEFITS OF A CUSTOM DYNO TUNE/ECU REMAP

  • More power & torque, safely & reliably
  • Reduced turbo lag & improved response
  • Full throttle control
  • Better fuel economy (in most cases)
  • Safer towing & easier overtaking
  • Tunes tailored to suit your needs & requirements & YOUR vehicle/engine


    Each vehicle is custom dyno tuned individually by our dyno tuners/engineers, using our specialised master equipment & in-house 4WD/2WD dynos.

LET’S TORQUE RESULTS

LANDCRUISER PRADO 150 SERIES (High Output)

In late 2020, the next model Prado was released, along with the Hilux and Fortuner, with “High output” 1VD engines now in them. So, still the same engine as in the previous Prado 150 Series (2.8L), but with some changes, which has resulted in an increase in power and torque and an improvement in efficiency. These changes include cylinder head revisions for better cooling; cylinder block improvements for rigidity; new cooling fan and coupling; revised DPF system; an improved turbocharger; amongst others. An improved head gasket has also been added into the mix, to handle the higher turbo boost levels that these high output engines have over the low output ones. These vehicles are great for families, have excellent towing capabilities and are fantastic all-rounders, also performing very well off-road. The engines respond nicely to custom dyno tuning, especially improving the road driveability of the vehicle.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

ON-CAR CARBON REMOVAL (“SOOT” CLEANING)

Cleans out restrictive carbon soot found in the intake manifold. Non-abrasive & safe for the engine. No replacement parts are required. Frees up restricted power, torque & economy!

SUSPENSON UPGRADES

Lift Kit Suspension

OTHER UPGRADES & SERVICES

Clutch Kits
Other

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