3 Toyota Tundra 5.7L V8 Products To Help Upkeep Your Truck 827-629 / 57-1303 / 57-1702
May 25, 20223 min read
Despite being quite the bulky looking build even for a truck, the Toyota Tundra has no problem taking on a variety of jobs as it’s equipped with the most reliable engine from the UR family. The 3UR-FE is also durable as it can easily run hundreds of thousands of miles when given the proper care. This truck has garnered a number of new admirers from the pool of loyal American truck owners over the years. Convinced by its longevity, comfortable ride, and lower price point, this truck has built a solid reputation in the truck-loving community.
2010 Toyota Tundra 5.7L V8 R&D vehicle
HPS Performance Silicone Hose Kits Whether it’s used daily, for work, or for long hauls, any truck will face the same elements that eventually compromise the integrity of the under hood components. Time plays a menacing role on many of the rubber stock hoses due to the vicious cycle of ambient heat from the powerful V8 engine that bakes these hoses and leaves your engine subject to overheating.
Toyota suggests replacing your radiator hoses every 4-5 years or every 60k miles but depending on maintenance quality, you might be able to get away with a little more. In any case, it’s important to know when your hoses need to be replaced. As long as your hoses are soft and pliable to the touch without any visible signs of cracks, damages, leaks, or swelling, you’re in decent shape. However, if you find that your coolant hoses are stiff, wet, or damaged at any point, there’s no doubt new hoses are needed to keep your engine healthy.
We’ve developed reinforced silicone hose kits for the 2007-2011 Toyota Tundra V8 to directly replace the stock parts with our 57-1303 radiator hoses and 57-1702 heater hoses using the original design to ensure proper fitment. Unlike the factory rubber hoses, the silicone material integrates three layers of polyester reinforcement for greater durability and is able to withstand higher temperatures of up to 350F. Whether you’re needing new coolant hoses or looking for something that will hold up against harsher conditions, safeguarding your truck with the right parts will extend the life of your vehicle.
HPS Performance Silicone Heater Hose Kit, 57-1702
HPS Performance Air Intake Kit An air intake system is a great way to add a little bit more power to your truck. For the Tundra, we offer a mandrel-bent aluminum air intake that generates an additional 24 horsepower and 26 lb-ft. of torque with dyno proven testing. This performance gain, along with better throttle response, gives you improved drivability and towing capability. It can also improve overall gas mileage to lengthen trips between pumps. Included in the 827-629 kit is our custom designed steel heat shield for the Tundra that blocks out hot air from the engine and keeps IATs at bay. The cone filter in this kit is fully washable and reusable, eliminating the need for replacements as long as it is properly maintained.
HPS Performance Air Intake Kit, 827-629
HPS Overhaul The 2007-2011 5.7L V8 Toyota Tundra has become a popular choice for both industrial and recreational use due to its capabilities, reliability, and affordability. Easily lasting hundreds of thousands of miles with proper maintenance, revamping components such as the coolant hoses is an integral part of keeping your engine healthy. To power through long hauls while towing heavy loads, our intake system supports the engine in generating an additional 24 horsepower and 26 lb-ft. of torque. The next time maintenance comes around, consider giving your truck a once over and a one-time refresh to help it run at its best for years to come.
Other Toyota Tundra Silicone Kits The mid-cycle refresh for this 5.7L V8 Tundra featured a wide range of redesigns from the inside out. With this revamp, our team made the 57-1426 HPS Performance Silicone Radiator and Heater Coolant Hose Kit that fit models 2012-2014 and our 57-1342 heater hose kit that fit models 2012-2017.
Part Numbers: 827-629, 57-1303, 57-1702
Fits the following vehicle: 2007-2011 Toyota Tundra V8 5.7L
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