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I searched and those part numbers I found here on mr2oc are not the right ones.

Anyone know the real part number for the TRD thermostat? Thanks in advance.
 

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just buy it from atsracing.net
 

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hksmr2rbo said:
just buy it from atsracing.net
ATS doesn't sell the TRD thermostat but they have they own low temp 170deg thermostat. If I can't find the TRD one, I will get the ATS one.

Anyone knows the TRD thermostat part number? I am sure someone bought one before and have the part number.
 

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Jesz! Nobody?

Free coffee?
I will buy a coffee for someone that will give me the correct part number.
 

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16340-SP010 is not found on their computer according to the dealership parts guy.
 

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tommyturbo said:
what is the benefit of the trd thermo?
Please use the search function. To give you a quick answer, it has a lower operating temperature...ideally for slightly modified engine.
 

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16340-SP010 is not found on their computer according to the dealership parts guy.
You might want to shop somewhere else :smile:
http://www.trdsales.com/shop/addprod.asp?productid=1196&itemid=1572

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what is the benefit of the trd thermo?
From previous slugfests on the subject, high boost, high hp and track use cars are probably the only engines that may benefit, as it may minimize overheating/boiling around the #3 cylinder. Running at significantly less than optimum design temps also might increase wear and reduce gas mileage.
 
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RedTuna said:
You might want to shop somewhere else :smile:
http://www.trdsales.com/shop/addprod.asp?productid=1196&itemid=1572



From previous slugfests on the subject, high boost, high hp and track use cars are probably the only engines that may benefit, as it may minimize overheating/boiling around the #3 cylinder. Running at significantly less than optimum design temps also might increase wear and reduce gas mileage.
thanks guys, next time ill use the search
 
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