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Exclamation Borg Warner s366 w/WW2 review

MODS: May want to sticky this for those in the future looking because I looked inside and out everywhere and couldn't find a single review anywhere!

So let me start of by saying the ww2 is a great upgrade for the s366 turbo. Stock wheel I was seeing around 42psi WOT and I'm seeing about the same now but the biggest thing I've noticed between the stock when and the ww2 is how well the ww2 helps clean up the 175/75s. At regular driving conditions, there was always a haze behind me with the stock wheel. Now there is absolutely zero smoke so obviously, the ww2 helps flow more air. As for power, I've noticed a little difference but not much. But you can't expect a ton of difference just by swapping out a wheel haha. Spooling has defiantly improved especially at lower speeds. When I've overdrive, it still has some lag. My EGTs have dropped around 100degrees all the way across the board.
Here is a list of my mods...
Borg Warner s366
Wicked wheel 2
T4 kit
Gearhead tuning
Warren 175/75s
Air dog fp150
ARP studs
Egr delete
S&b intake
Sinister coolant system
Traction bars
4.5" lift
20x12 xd riots

Any questions just ask!

'05 f250 6.0 stroker
ARP studs, Barder fmws468, warren 225/75s,EGR delete, stage 3 hdp trans
4" MBRP to 7" tip,sinister collany system
sct tuned w/ SRL++ xtreme tune
20x12 riots with 420s
Air Dog fp150 w/ 1/2" fuel lines,blue spring mod,
zoodad mod,traction bars

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