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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-10-2010, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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1.0 housing question

Any of you guys with 6 spds got a 38r or a stocker with a 1.0 housing with stock sticks? Just wondering how it spools or if it feels to laggy. I know with an auto it gets the rpms up easier, but I was wondering about with a 6 spd. Thinking i'm fixing to rebuild my stocker or may look for a van turbo and if i rebuild my stocker, go with a 1.0 housing or if funds allow a 38r.

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Re: 1.0 housing question

A 38r will generally be more laggy than a stock turbo on stock sticks, regardless of housing.

But a 38r with the 1.0 vs a 38r with a 1.15 will spool alot faster. What are your plans with the truck? Gonna stay relatively stock or are you going to put biggr sticks and stuff in?

If trucks staying stockish I'd just go with a van turbo

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I'm prolly just gonna keep stock sticks. I figure either do a van turbo or rebuild my stock one and put a 1.0 housing on it and a WW probably. Don't have a goal for big horsepower. Its a daily driver and I don't have the money to go into all the other supporting mods.

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Well I will say that adding a 1.0 to my stock turbo was one of the best additions that I have made to it. I was running a TN JB Ball Buster, and then went to my stocker and added the 1.0. While my chip was out I ran the TN for a bit til the 1.0 came around. Once that was installed it seemed like I had a 50HP chip installed when I was just on the PCM only. I would highly recommend it if you don't want to spend big bucks on a 38R. That was my issue.

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Re: 1.0 housing question

Thank you for the reply. That was what I was looking for. How do u like your LUK clutch?

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Re: 1.0 housing question

I have liked my LUK although it seems as the clutch pedal pressure increases with age

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Re: 1.0 housing question

I would wager that if someone would secretly install a 1.0 housing on your truck tonight while you are sleeping you wouldn't even notice the difference on your way to work in the morning.

If only those who knew what they were talking about replied, this thread would still be on page one.
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Hahahaha, you're prolly right.

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I will agree with the guy above it does seem to increase pedal pressure with age but I do love it. I had the HD one before with cerametalic and it was a great clutch just don't back up on a hot day. It was a bear to drive at times when it was hot. Would chatter like crazy. The standard Luk clutch drives and feels so much better then the HD I would highly recommend it if you are looking for an affordable clutch. But this is all that I have had experience with other then the stock.

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Re: 1.0 housing question

I've had all three (.84, 1.0, and 1.15 - van) on my 6-speed with stock injectors. When I chipped it with the stock .84 it was easy to over-speed (not over boost) the turbo and it blew the exhaust side seal about 12K miles after adding the chip. I then went to the van turbo and it was not bad laggy unless you shifted early and tried to pull from 1,500 rpm. I liked it and ran it that way for years before moving to 5,000' elevation. Up here the turbo was laggy below 2,000 RPM and was a nuisance so I went to the 1.0/WW setup and it works the best for all situations. I have had it from sea level to 10,000 feet and the 1.0/WW is definitely the best compromise of drive-ability, boost, and no surge, IMO. If you are strictly a flat lander then the van turbo is not a bad way to go at all and probably what I would still have on my truck. When I went to the 1.0 on my 6-speed I put the van turbo on the wife's auto PSD and it was definitely a better match with the auto tranny but still too much lag for her daily driving up here. The van turbo is now happily running around central Texas and the wife also has a 1.0/WW combination on her truck.

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