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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-10-2014, 06:13 PM Thread Starter
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1.0 Exhaust Housing Or 1.15 Exhaust housing

Okay guys I have an interesting question for you. I am looking into a new exhaust housing for the truck in my sig. I am building a tow pig to drag around what ever I see fit. I wan't a decent turbo and with the housing I will be adding a Wicked Wheel 2 and possibly an ATS Housing. I don't want to go to a 38R as I am running stock injectors at the moment so please don't just say get a 38R.

What would you guys recommend? (besides a new turbo)
If you have one is it wastegated or not?
I would like to have a non-wastegated one as with stock injectors I shouldn't be to hard on the turbo.

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Re: 1.0 Exhaust Housing Or 1.15 Exhaust housing

So you can spend 7-800 on that stock turbo and have a stock turbo or you can spend 1300 and get a 38r that is brand new with a warranty. I never see why guys "PIMP" out a stock turbo. 38r and stock injectors is a fine combination.
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Ok your not listening thats not what I wan't. I understand the 38R is a good option but I have a great deal on these parts right now and it will only cost me 300 for the entire setup. not 7-800. So please answer my question.

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Won't the larger housing make it a little laggy on stock injectors?

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from what I have read the Wicked wheel keeps the lag down.

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1.00 done.
1.15 is a laggy dog with stock injectors.
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Wicked wheel makes exhaust wheels? I thought they make compressor wheels?

38r does work good with the stock injectors. I know you don't care.

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Cant see you sig on my phone , but are you running tunes? I would verify first that you have a egt/surge problem while towing before doing anything to the stock turbo. The larger housing will most likely move the power band up a little and in my opinion will not make it as desirable to drive around town. Verify these things first then make a decision on the parts.

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1.00 done.
1.15 is a laggy dog with stock injectors.
agreed

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Re: 1.0 Exhaust Housing Or 1.15 Exhaust housing

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1.00 done.
1.15 is a laggy dog with stock injectors.
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agreed
I beg to differ. Everyone says the 1.15 is doggy, laggy, etc but I saw NONE of that when I had one on my 02 with stock injectors. I noticed no change in bottom end performance but definitely did in the upper rpm range. Made it so much more enjoyable to tow the trailer with!

The truck was chipped before and after turbine housing swap and I had a dually with 4.10 gears. So that may have been a factor.



Two days ago I installed a van turbo with 1.15 housing on an 01 f550 6spd. Truck drives so much better with the bigger exhaust housing than it did with the little stock turbo.

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