Let's chat about how PaxPower took the Toyota Tundra and flipped it from your reliable, everyday truck to something straight out of a truck enthusiast's dream. They've named this beast the Timberwolf, and it's their first rodeo with a Toyota after usually messing around with Fords and Chevys.
And let us tell you, they went all out.
First up, they souped-up the suspension with some top-notch gear from Icon Vehicle Dynamics. We're talking about a lift that gives the front a 2-inch boost and the rear a little 1-inch nudge. This isn't just about looks; it means business when the road ends and the adventure begins.
And those fender flares? They're not just for show. They add that extra bit of rugged charm and make room for the massive 35-inch tires wrapped around some flashy Method Race Wheels. This setup is itching to tackle any trail.
Now, under the hood, the Tundra's beastly 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 was already a powerhouse, but PaxPower thought, "Why not give it a bit more growl?" Enter the Magnaflow stainless steel exhaust that nudges the power up to 450 hp and twists out 600 lb-ft of torque. Yeah, this truck's got some serious muscle.
But here's where it gets fun: PaxPower is like that friend who says, "Why stop there?" If you want to push the limits, they offer even more hardcore suspension options from Icon and Fox Racing. Plus, the truck they showcased? It's kitted out with the TRD Pro grille, a monster 12,000 lb Warn winch, BajaDesigns lights for those midnight runs, a 20-inch light bar, and tow hooks that look like they mean business.
If you're thinking about turning your Tundra into a Timberwolf, the entry ticket is $9,950. But, as with anything this cool, dipping into the list of extras will bump that number up. But come on, for a ride that looks and performs like this, it's totally worth it, right?