TechCrunch The new Avayas 500R is one of the fastest and most powerful engines ever made by Avaya, but it still has a lot to learn.
To get the most out of the engine, we had to take it to the shop and put it through the paces.
Here’s what we learned about installing and configuring the engine in our 4×2 SUV.1.
Set the engine up.
The Avaya engine was originally designed for four-wheel drive, and it was designed for high torque, but that didn’t really cut it for a big SUV like the Toyota Tacoma.
The new engine will require more power than the previous engine in the truck lineup, but if you’re going for the highest torque possible, the Avaya has some tricks up its sleeve to get there.
If you’re just getting into four-wheeled vehicles, you can skip the first few steps and just use a manual transmission, but you should be aware that the new engine requires a manual clutch.
You can find an explanation on how to set up a manual and an auto transmission in the manual.2.
Get some more gear.
The turbocharged engine is the heart of the new truck, so you need to be sure to get the best gear you can to make it all work.
We used our manual transmission and a factory 3.0L V6 to get to work.
To do this, we ran the engine on low gears and then slowly ramped up the boost and then lowered it back to high gears.
At this point, we could hear the transmission whine as it ran through the engine and it started to lose its torque.
The engine’s torque is very important, so we wanted to get that torque as high as possible to keep the engine spinning.
The next step is to lower the gear ratios back to factory levels.
To lower the ratios, you just turn the throttle one gear at a time, starting from the lowest setting and ending at the highest setting.
You’ll hear the sound of the transmission spinning as you lower the ratio.
Once the torque levels are lower than the factory settings, the engine will get to full throttle and you can start to hear the engine revving.
This is where you’ll hear a loud “click” as the engine gets to full speed.3.
Put it through its paces at the shop.
The factory engine is still super quiet and is just as loud as a factory 4×3 truck.
You don’t have to worry about the engine making a noise if you don’t want to, but the factory engine does need some attention if you want to see it in action.
The truck needs to be set up for manual transmissions.
We recommend the factory transmission because it is very quiet and the factory exhaust is very clean.4.
Make sure it’s properly configured.
The most important step is installing the airbox and engine mounts.
The intake and exhaust manifolds need to match up and the intake and outboard of the intake pipe should be in the same orientation.
Make this a simple process and you’ll have a new engine running in no time.5.
Check out the Avayax.
If your truck is the one with the manual transmission or auto transmission, you should have a good idea of how to install this.
If it’s the one without, check out the manual gear ratios and check the intake manifold for alignment issues.6.
Take the truck to the dealer.
If the new 4×1 isn’t your thing, you may need to do some minor modifications before you can actually start the engine.
If that’s the case, you’ll need to add the transmission and the new airbox to the truck and then start it.7.
Check it out at the dealer to make sure the truck is in stock condition.
We’re assuming you’re already in stock so you’re ready to start the process.
The first thing you’ll want to do is remove the old airbox.
This will allow you to install new ones that are compatible with the new turbocharged unit.
You may also want to consider doing this before the engine is shipped.
The car is going to have to be completely rebuilt to fit the new components.8.
Run the engine through the dyno.
This may seem like a long process, but once you do it, you won’t want the old engine to run.
The biggest difference between a 4-wheel-drive engine and a manual one is that the turbocharged model can produce more torque.
To put that into perspective, you want the engine to produce more power when you’re in manual mode than when you are in turbo mode.
We tested the new Toyota 4×6 in manual and turbo mode and found that the 4×5 was still faster than the 4,6 and 8 in manual, but they were nowhere near as fast as the 4.5L or 8L