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is a 1.0 wastegated housing worthwhile on a stock turbo? truck tows alot and at most may get small stage 2's.

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I would keep your stock housing IMHO... I dont think you would see much if any gain with stage 2's and a 1.00 housing. Any lag you have with stock injectors will go away when you almost double the fuel avalable.

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i am talking on a sd, its my tow rig. on real cool nights on the way home from pulls on a steep grade i get some surge. the ww cured most of it but i figured if it ever gets bigger injectors it would only get worse.

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Re: exhaust housings

A 1.0 waste-gated housing is stock on a super duty turbo.

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A 1.0 waste-gated housing is stock on a super duty turbo.

.84 housing is stock on a superduty...

As far as stock turbos go and injectors... Bigger is better. A 1.00 housing is a great idea for a tow rig, if it towed less I would say a 1.15 housing would be even better.

My wife has a 1.15 housing on her 38r and its about perfect, but the 38r makes up for the slight loss of eff due to the 1.15.

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Re: exhaust housings

ok cool, now would a 1.0 gated housing be best or would a non gated be ok. i dont want to over boost or anything.

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If I were you, I'd try a ported compressor housing first and see how that works for you...


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If I were you, I'd try a ported compressor housing first and see how that works for you...
How would that help?

I have a 1.0 non-gated exhaust housing on my superduty. With stock injectors I can hit 32lbs of boost. I feel you might be close to destroying a turbo if you went to stage 2 injectors without a gate or detuning them a little. A gated housing might be a better fit if you want to run that large of injector.

You could try it with stock injectors for a while, I know mine tows awesome even on 35 inch tires. I tow heavy also. 300-340 hp on tap is all you really need for tow duty anyways.




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Because it would help reduce the surge... I didn't realize he already had a WW though.


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The 1.0 wastegated turbine housing is a must for a stock turbo. Limit it to 25-28 psi. The ported compressor housing is also a great upgrade, watch the classifieds for used ones.

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