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*Whistles nonchalantly*

Even the smallest domestic V6, in stock form, has more useable low rpm torque and horsepower than most "built" 4cyl. engines.

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yup... the old 3800 stil kicks ass. Even w.out sc/turbo help.

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I guess it's not fair if we gave this to like a critic and watched them write something like, "And using the ANCIENT V6, Toyota's performance was subpar." :rolleyes:

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Interesting how a 3800 can be mated to a Toyota truck.

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If memory serves me correctly, the early 60's toyota 4x4(yes the one that lookslike the upcoming FJ) and Nissan Patrol were actually GM 3/4 ton truck designs that were sold to them.

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Yep, 22R was a rock solid engine (mostly) but around here you were good for 50 mph and dropping in a 4wd in 4th and would be shifting into 3rd near the top. My V6 Dakota was so much nicer on the road, I eventually parked my Notoy. The Notoy was quite a little bear, very hard worked truck. 264,000 miles at much earlier retirement than necesssary. I know you all dont need to hear about me and the 38 yet again so forget about that one. B)

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