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    Toyota FJ (2010-2014) 4.0 1GR-FE Harorp Super Charger TVS1900 - 99-KSM65K52

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    Toyota FJ (2010-2014) 4.0 1GR-FE Harorp Super Charger TVS1900 - 99-KSM65K52 available on AfterPay. We deliver Australia-wide! – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth.

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    Building off our range of TVS Superchargers for the Toyota engine family, our engineers have designed and developed a TVS1900 Supercharger Kit to unleash the Toyota 1GR-FE 4.0L Dual VVT-i V6 Engine found in the Toyota FJ Cruiser (2010 onwards). This Supercharger features a front drive/front inlet design for a shorter, less restrictive intake path and has an integrated bypass system which relieves boost under light load conditions, reducing drive loss and improving fuel economy.

    Our 1GR-FE Supercharger manifold features an integrated high density intercooler as part of the efficient water to air intercooler system featuring a 27mm thick front mount heat exchanger, electric pump and reservoir. Like all Harrop products our TVS1900 1GR-FE Supercharger is expertly assembled by qualified Supercharger technicians to ISO9001 quality standards, before being individually tested in-house on a dynamometer to ensure reliability and durability.

    Key Features and Kit Components:

    • Eaton TVS1900 Supercharger Technology
    • 35% increase in Power and Torque | 7PSI boost and Ø80mm drive pulley
    • Supercharger intake manifold including charge-air intercooler
    • Supercharger idler brackets, pulleys and belts included in kit
    • Plug in wiring looms for all necessary engine sensors are supplied in kit
    • Front-mount intercooler radiator, Electric Intercooler pump, Coolant Reservoir and moulded hoses
    • Interfaces with OE throttle body including, FEAD and Air-box.
    • Retains all factory ancillaries including A/C, Viscous engine fan, Power Steering, etc.
    • Detailed installation instructions supplied with kit


    • Toyota FJ Cruiser (2010-Onwards)
    • 1GR-FE 4.0L Dual VVT-i V6

      Due to this item exceeding the couriers manual handling limits we will deliver it to your closest depot unless a COMMERCIAL ADDRESS WITH A FORKIFT is provided on checkout. We can provide door to door delivery options for an extra fee, Please contact our sales team on 1300 773 494 or sales@ppdperformance.com.au within 24hrs of the order being placed if you would like us to quote this option for you.

      At PPD Performance, all of our exhausts proudly feature:

      Mandrel Bent Piping

      PPD Performance exhausts comprise of mandrel bent, stainless pipe work, delivering uncompromising flow, performance, and sound. Mandrel bending involves placing a mandrel inside the piping, before it is bent to shape. In comparison; cheaper press bending from other manufacturers squashes the tube as it is bent, reducing flow.

      Mandrel Bend

      304 Grade Stainless Steel

      Tired of your mild steel exhaust systems rusting out after a year or less? Time to shop for a stainless steel system? There’s still some things you need to be aware of. Our competitors typically advertise their exhaust products as stainless steel. Most don't stipulate the differences between ferretic 409 grade stainless steel and austenitic 304 stainless steel.

      Significant differences exist between the metals that make one better for performance exhaust applications than the other. Let us explain

      The corrosion resistance of your 4x4 exhaust depends on the content of chromium and nickel found in the alloy. 409 grade stainless steel is used by many manufactures due to its medium strength, formability and very low cost. Typically, 409 grade stainless steel has a chromium content of between 10.50% - 11.75% and a nickel content of less 0.50%.

      Why do we use 304 grade stainless steel piping for 4x4 performance exhausts? Because it is more resistant to rusting than ferretic based stainless steels such as 409. However, because of its low ferrous content, 304 can develop a golden colour when exposed to high heat over time. In fact, the ferrous metal content is so low that magnets won’t stick to it, making the identification of 409 and 304 grade stainless steel very easy.

      Put simply, 304 grade stainless is the best value material used in the 4x4 exhaust game when strength, corrosion resistance and performance are at the top of your list of priorities.

      Type 304 steel is engineered with chromium and nickel content and proves to be resistant to oxidation, corrosion, and durability.

      Together with a polished finish - it is a great choice for your 4x4 offering excellent corrosion resistance from exhaust emissions, moisture and beach exposure.

      Mandrel Bend

      Bold on installation

      All PPD Performance exhausts are designed to follow the same orientation and layout as the factory exhaust, making for easy bolt on installations. Our systems utilise the standard hanger locations, which means you don't have to use anything other than the factory rubbers.