- The X-Runner was the street sport truck version of the Tacoma, only available as a RWD Access Cab. It featured a close ratio 6-speed Aisin transmission and a 3.15 limited slip. Toyota added structural bracing for increased stiffness (called the “X brace”). This truck had large anti-roll bars and was lowered with stiff springs and Bilstein shocks on 18in wheels wearing 45 series Bridgestone Potenza’s!
- Featured a big brake kit developed by Stoptech, as well as a double-wishbone suspension and a lightweight composite bed
- Toyota made a bold claim, stating the Nissan 350Z was used as the performance benchmark for the X-Runner. The results prove their effort: A 2004 350Z put down .88g in the skidpad (Car and Driver), while the X-Runner put down over .90 g (Motor Trend)
- An optional TRD supercharger was available as a dealer installed option. It boosted output to 304 horsepower while maintaining the factory warranty. The cost was around $4k for the supercharger, plus installation
- First year of the X-Runner
- The following year (2006) simply offered more colors and made many of the options standard
- In 2009, Toyota no longer offered the LSD
- 6spd Manual
- Garaged most of its life. Immaculate condition
- Owners Manual and Original Window Sticker
- OEM Toyota Bed Extender and Bed Mat- still like brand new
- Recent oil change
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*SAE rated from factory. May not reflect current output
*Performance numbers pulled from either the factory brochure or reputable automotive road tests
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