Which one of these turbo wheels do you recommend and why? They each seem to do about the same, but in a slightly different way.
I prefer the Riffraff wheel.Which one of these turbo wheels do you recommend and why? They each seem to do about the same, but in a slightly different way.
No... They come from different lines and completely different ideas...Oh I'm sure they are both great products. And the descriptions of both pretty much claim the same thing. However, they aren't just a re-branded copy, especially since the WW2 is a 5/5 design and the RiffRaff is a 6/6. I guess some side by side data would be great, but probably non existent.
Sorry to hijack, but is your 38R with ww2 quieter than your stock turbo with ww2 was?Sooner or later, someone will have to do some back to back dyno comparisons. I'd be interested to know the sound difference between the two as well. The WW2 on my stock turbo had a nice whistle but the one on my 38r is VERY quiet.
And IMO, ported compressor housings will be a thing of the past given the cost versus these billet wheels. Both curing surge on their own, but actually getting a performance gain from the wheel.
Yes, it is as quiet as the stock turbo with a stock wheel. I do run mine with an AIS intake, but the 38r WW2 combo is very quiet. Spools super fast though!!Sorry to hijack, but is your 38R with ww2 quieter than your stock turbo with ww2 was?
I went with a 38R, and I'm not sure I'm going to like the constant whistle when towing...