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    VFTuner
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    VFTuner
    Is it going to be possible to tune a Twin Turbo Hybrid? Or will it have to be a Twin Turbo without Hybrid?


    I watched a ton of videos last night and I am very excited about the 2022 Tundra!

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    VFTuner
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    VFTuner mentioned day 1 support on the 2022 Tundra. Not sure if that includes the turbo model or not, but I would imagine it does.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ktbell444 View Post
      VFTuner
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      VFTuner mentioned day 1 support on the 2022 Tundra. Not sure if that includes the turbo model or not, but I would imagine it does.
      My question is about the Hybrid. The Pro will only come in Twin Turbo Hybrid.

      I want a Pro, but not if there will be no ability to tune it.


      There are only 2 options.
      1. Twin Turbo
      2. Twin Turbo Hybrid
      PaPaRee
      PRO Tuner
      Last edited by PaPaRee; 09-20-2021, 08:27 PM.

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      • #4
        We will work on having both versions of the truck supported including hybrid control support (volt/current/battery/etc)

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        • #5
          That is awesome Mat! Thank you for all your hard work!!! New 2022 Hybrid TT Pro Tundra heading my way!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by VFTuner View Post
            We will work on having both versions of the truck supported including hybrid control support (volt/current/battery/etc)
            Awesome!
            Are you waiting on the Pro or are you going to get the ones coming out in December without the hybrid?

            I don't think I can wait till March 2022 for the Pro.
            Maybe get one in December, then trade it on the Pro next year?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PaPaRee View Post

              Awesome!
              Are you waiting on the Pro or are you going to get the ones coming out in December without the hybrid?

              I don't think I can wait till March 2022 for the Pro.
              Maybe get one in December, then trade it on the Pro next year?
              currently undecided. Actually a little disappointed the Pro is hybrid only.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by VFTuner View Post

                currently undecided. Actually a little disappointed the Pro is hybrid only.
                And NIMH batteries at that! I'm not sure they could survive a summer here in SE Georgia...

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                • #9
                  We will be releasing beta support soon, which will support UDS ECUs.

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                  • #10
                    NIMH batteries should be ok. Hino has been using them since 2012 on their hybrid trucks.

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                    • Johnny
                      Johnny
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                      Johnny commented
                      Editing a comment
                      NIMH are superior to Lithium Ion. Lithium Ion produce more power, longer but are explosive and dangerous. In the event of an accident if one of the bat packs is damaged the vehicle WILL BURN and it will burn fast. If you are young and strong you may be able to get out in time. If you have a child in a carseat, you'll watch them die helplessly. NIMH is SAFE, Lion is NOT. You cannot use water to douse a Lion fire because it reacts to water like phospherous and only burns that much hotter. Want to have some fun? find a small LIon battery and throw it in a bonfire. If you ever seen a cutting torch and had to look away because of how hot it was blinded you, that's what you will get with Lion battery. put it on piece of metal and watch it cut right thru.
                      Johnny
                      Junior Member
                      Last edited by Johnny; 01-03-2022, 11:31 PM.

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                    MooseDitty17
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                    MooseDitty17 here's your answer.

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                    • #12
                      ECU flash testing for these ECU types is ready and done (file is a camry. ECU type is the same)
                      Attached Files

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                      • #13
                        First test drive in Baton Rouge Louisiana

                        I test drove a 2022 Tundra today. TRD Off-Road SR-5 with no other options. It was the first one delivered to my local dealership and I was first on the list. It was red, and I want a black TRD Sport- Loaded, so I did not buy it. The MSRP was 52k. The one I have a build sheet for (black TRD Sport) is 56k.
                        It drove great. Lots of power! Smooth shifting with the 10 speed trans. Very smooth ride, and it didn’t feel too big on the road compared to driving my Tacoma. I was surprised by how close in size it was sitting next to my lifted Tacoma on 33” tires. The driver seat was comfortable and the back seat area seemed huge compared to the Tacoma.
                        I can’t wait till they get a more comparable truck to what I want- hopefully soon.
                        I was not able to hook my laptop to it to read the ECU for tuning because it was their only one and too many eyes were watching. But, the way it drove with good power and shifting, tuning it may not be a BIG priority. (Unlike the Tacoma).
                        I took a bunch of pics but it won’t let me post them. (Files too big—only 3 mb??)

                        VFTuner
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                        VFTuner, has anyone been able to read the ECU yet?

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                        • #14
                          Originally posted by PaPaRee View Post
                          First test drive in Baton Rouge Louisiana

                          I test drove a 2022 Tundra today. TRD Off-Road SR-5 with no other options. It was the first one delivered to my local dealership and I was first on the list. It was red, and I want a black TRD Sport- Loaded, so I did not buy it. The MSRP was 52k. The one I have a build sheet for (black TRD Sport) is 56k.
                          It drove great. Lots of power! Smooth shifting with the 10 speed trans. Very smooth ride, and it didn’t feel too big on the road compared to driving my Tacoma. I was surprised by how close in size it was sitting next to my lifted Tacoma on 33” tires. The driver seat was comfortable and the back seat area seemed huge compared to the Tacoma.
                          I can’t wait till they get a more comparable truck to what I want- hopefully soon.
                          I was not able to hook my laptop to it to read the ECU for tuning because it was their only one and too many eyes were watching. But, the way it drove with good power and shifting, tuning it may not be a BIG priority. (Unlike the Tacoma).
                          I took a bunch of pics but it won’t let me post them. (Files too big—only 3 mb??)

                          VFTuner
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                          VFTuner, has anyone been able to read the ECU yet?
                          There hasn't been very many people who has actually got one in their hands yet. I'm still working on trying to find one

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by VFTuner View Post

                            There hasn't been very many people who has actually got one in their hands yet. I'm still working on trying to find one
                            They are coming in to my dealer now... Let me know if you want me to read one? - In fact, there is one here today getting a PDI.

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