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ww2 truthfull answers

My truck in the sig. I would love a 38r but I dont have the funds right now for it. Loking back I should have got one instead of a ported housing. Anyway people running the ww2 did it realy help with spooling and egt's? I am doing a long trip this summer with alot of hills and was thinking about picking one up.

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post #2 of 130 (permalink) Old 06-20-2013, 08:01 PM
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I just ordered the Borg Warner anti surge wheel, same as the WW
Have not installed yet! Just got it in this week
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So you ordered a completely different part than the op is askin about about and its not even installed? Cool story bro.
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So you ordered a completely different part than the op is askin about about and its not even installed? Cool story bro.
I said it is the same as the WW, and i am stating to subd to the thread. Want to hear some feedback!
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It's not the same. The OP was asking about a WW2 not a original WW. The WW2 is a custom billet wheel designed by Dieselsite, not a stock TP38 wheel.
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the ww2 is awasome a 200* sometimes more in egt drop. more airflow and a little more boost. iv installed at least 10 since they came out and all the trucks i installed them on had a ww1 and all costomers said " its like night and day diffrence".
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So you ordered a completely different part than the op is askin about about and its not even installed? Cool story bro.
, we think alike.

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Re: ww2 truthfull answers

^^^^^ Sweet. I,m about to order one too for my 1.15 set up. I,ve read a few threads on it, and have yet to see any one running on this set up so, gonna be interesting to see the difference.

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Yes, it is sweet. I addressed it on another site.
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I'll personally testify to the the night and day difference on a stock turbo. Will find out how it does on a van turbo sat.

Edit that. Night and day difference on the spool up time but only a small difference on egts .
That vary well could be my tuning though.

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