PaxPower Expands into Toyota Tundra Builds with the Timberwolf Upgrade Package

The aim here is to get TRD Pro-style performance without the heartbreaking price tag

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It’s not just the Big Three anymore: Now PaxPower will upgrade your Tundra, as well.

If you’re in the market for some serious aftermarket upgrades, you’re spoiled for choice if you have, say, a Ford F-150. That makes sense, since it is America’s most popular truck by a wide margin. You won’t have much trouble finding a shop to upgrade your GM or Ram truck, either…but what about the Toyota Tundra? Not too many options have cropped up for the current generation model, at least until now: Meet the PaxPower Timberwolf.

The Houston-based builders actually aim to offer several versions of the Timberwolf over the coming months, but it showed off its first offering with the new Tundra this week. PaxPower will fit the Timberwolf upgrade to any trim you choose, though the big appeal is to make your sub-TRD Pro model look more like a beefy, badass off-road truck without necessarily spending at least $73,980 on an actual TRD Pro.

So, how much does the PaxPower Timberwolf cost?

This first package comes in at $9,950 (excluding the price of the Tundra itself, of course). This base package adds in “an array of upgrades”, per the company’s release, including performance suspension over the stock truck, off-road wheels, beefier tires, 2-inch fender flares, other visual additions and a stainless steel cat-back exhaust system.

The suspension features 2.5-inch Icon coilovers at the front and performance shocks at the rear, with remote reservoirs as well as billet upper and lower control arms. PaxPower also fits a 2-inch front lift and 1-inch rear lift to accommodate 35-inch tires. The Method Race Wheels (customers can choose which specific MRW style they want) come wrapped in BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain tires.

The PaxPower Timberwolf also gets a fabricated steel front bumper with two recovery points, BajaDesigns cube lights, a 20-inch light bar and a mounting point for the Warn 12,000-pound winch. There are more cube lights mounted near the A-pillars, flush-mount lights in the rear bumper and a set of power steps. To cap off the look, each Timberwolf gets a Tundra TRD Pro grille.

On the performance front, the Timberwolf gets a power bump by way of a freer-flowing Magnaflow Overland Series exhaust setup. If you decide to get the package on the hybrid Tundra, PaxPower says the power input increases to 450 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque (up from the stock 437 hp and 583 lb-ft).

While the PaxPower Timberwolf isn’t available on the company’s website at time of writing, they do encourage interested buyers to call them directly at (832) 369-6852. The package fits any 2022-2024 Tundra model, and PaxPower says it will work with customers to source the truck through a Toyota dealer and finance the package into the purchase of the truck itself (though the specifics may vary, depending on your specific financial situation).