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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-02-2007, 08:53 AM Thread Starter
 
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Turbo wheel

Just wondering what would be a good wheel for my turbo? 97
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-02-2007, 01:30 PM
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Re: Turbo wheel

The one that's in it

If you are needing to replace it due to damage you can get one of the wicked wheels but it is the same exact wheel as the stock one.

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Re: Turbo wheel

What happened to your wheel Jason?
The 94-early 99 all had the "Wicked Wheel" which is what you have right now. All you need to do is find another Wicked Wheel & you'll be all set. Just about everyone & their brother sells one. But if you get the banks wheel & put the sticker on your truck it will add over 35hp on the new wheel alone. The sticker is worth at least 100hp.
In all truth though get ahold of Garrett Shields www.puredieselpower.com
He can get you one & is a great guy to deal with.


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Re: Turbo wheel

Nothing happened to it. I was just wondering how to get a little more out of my truck
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Re: Turbo wheel

You probley going to be looking at a bigger turbo & injectors. Did you replace your stock down pipe? That will hold you back alot!
Just get the DP Tuner while your at it!


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Re: Turbo wheel

A downpipe will getcha a lot.

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Re: Turbo wheel

Just ordered a 3" down pipe.So you think that could be it?
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Youll be amazed the difference a downpipe will do, (plus the truck sounds better) that was my first mod. Second was a k/n intake, (do not do k/n do tymar or a diy like a tymar) and the list grew from there! DP isnt to bad, unbolt it cut it where you like, push it up cut it again, push it down cut it again, do that until it falls out. Theres a pinch seam on the firewall you flatten out and the new one slides down. Its not too bad, just take your time and be careful when cutting, i covered the turbo with a rag even though its the outhole I still covered it. If you have problems just post a new thread.
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