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any running a batmowheel???

Ok so I'm upgrading to a irate T4 mount from irate, and buying my buddies smokes s400 turbo for cheap... Gonna have it rebuilt and go with a 66mm comp wheel, should be a good starting point turbo wise for my stage 2 inj... (Going bigger next year). Any way my question is when I rebuild the turbo would it be worth investing in a batmowheel???? Any 7.3 owners running them or have any expirences with them??
Here is a link to them Bullseye Power Turbos
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I was wondering the same thing. I see that Unlimited Diesel is selling a super D-66 with the Batmowheel installed. I know the CFM goes up from the standard Bean D-66 but, I can't remember for sure how much more. 1000 CFM to 1200+ CFM, if I remember correctly.

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