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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-17-2013, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
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wicked wheel questions

ya i have a 2000 f250 with a garrett gtp38r turbo and i have been hearing a lot about the wicked wheels. i was wondering if its worth buying?
also what kind of improvements if any will i see
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From what i gather on the 38R, slightly quicker spool and some have commented as to cleaning up there last bit of smoke. these were on bigger injected trucks. There was also enough airflow for 603 hp @ 43 lbs of boost. Still waiting on a couple of installs to see the results over on the Army.
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Also reported to be a touch quieter and a new dyno run hits 620hp/1075tq on 250/200s.
I have yet to see any complaints !

Im hoping to see some new data logs showing the latest ratio. The first one i saw was higher than
1 to 1.
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Re: wicked wheel questions

The OP is reporting he has a 38R, not the stock GTP38 so a wicked wheel wouldn't work in his 38R because that turbo has a bigger intake and exhaust wheel opposed to the much smaller stock wheel.

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Where you been friend..... The new Billet WW2 for the 38R is a hot topic these days.
Designed and sold by Dieselsite. Flowing more cfm per rpm of any wheel before it.

Also fits the D66, which i hear will become standard on that turbo from Beans diesel.
To add.
The WW2 will also be available for...
H2E and 6.0 turbos.
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oh alright ya i mean my buddy has been non stop talking about the wicked wheels so i figured id look into it. but the new billet ww2...would yall recommend it?
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Re: wicked wheel questions

Ordered mine Friday. 1st 50 are only $209 plus the ride. $50 off. This is the WW2 for the 38r.

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So far the few that are installed recommend it. Still a hand full of them sitting on benches or kitchen tables...lol
Every weeked there seems to be new info !
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Re: wicked wheel questions

i did the wicked wheel on mine pukes less black smoke and more whistle at high rpm its was an moderatly easy install

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Re: wicked wheel questions

Mine is sitting on the bench waiting on new ic boots, just looking to clear up that last touch of unwanted smoke.

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