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post #1 of 102 (permalink) Old 09-10-2009, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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1.15 exhaust housing

i am in the market for a 1.15 housing and wondering if there is any gain on getting a ceramic coated one or if thats just for cosmetics? also if i should worry about ceramic coated bellowed uppipes? am i going to benifit on lower egt from both?

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i am in the market for a 1.15 housing and wondering if there is any gain on getting a ceramic coated one or if thats just for cosmetics? also if i should worry about ceramic coated bellowed uppipes? am i going to benifit on lower egt from both?
I have a used one with the exhaust flange adapter sitting in the garage from a customer that went back to the 1.0. PM me if you are interested.
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Re: 1.15 exhaust housing

is it the ceramic coated? why did he go back to the 1.0

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is it the ceramic coated? why did he go back to the 1.0
He likes it better.... and honestly I like the 1.0 better too but it is a matter of opinion here.
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Re: 1.15 exhaust housing

How much do you want for that 1.15 housing?

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Re: 1.15 exhaust housing

I dont think there is any way I could run the 38r on any truck with a 1.00 housing. Whats not to like, lower EGT's, lower boost, lower drive pressures, sounds better, no surge... Hummmm

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Re: 1.15 exhaust housing

I like the 1.15 housing on my set up.

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I'd take 350 for the housing and adapter.
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Re: 1.15 exhaust housing

IMHO the 38R would benefit from the 1.15 housing more if it had a properly sized exhaust wheel to go with it... There is a clearance issue because the 38R turbine wheel is smaller than the Van turbo that the 1.15 housing originally comes from. Thus it is a little slower to respond. However, it allows for power to be made higher in the RPM range without having excessive backpressure. I guess there are always tradeoffs, its just a matter of opinion.
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Re: 1.15 exhaust housing

is it the ceramic coated?

2002 F-250 4x4 CCSB+, BTS Trans, Gtp38r turbo,Non EBPV pedistal, Bellowed ceramic coated uppipes, Rosewood AA single shot 180cc injectors, Tony wildman tunes, 4" turbo back exhaust, Tymar intake, zoodad mod,AIH delete, 315/75/16 tires, 3.73 gears.

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