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D66 hybrid/modified 6000 ft

So what is the thoughts on taking my D66 puting in the ww2 and putting a 1.0 housing on it? Would I see any benefits from this? Any bad negitive effects? Remember I am at about 6000 ft always. The truck has stage 2 (160/80) and puts the damn smoke out like you wouldn't believe before the turbo lights at full around 2100 to 2200 rpm. I usually only see about 24 psi at wot. And the truck is also a 5 speed.


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you'll kick yourself for not doing it sooner. i have almost the same setup 160/100s with a D66 with a ww2 man it smoked,towing anything was a PITA changed to the 1.0housing more boost sooner, starts around 1300, less smoke, much less, EGTs are about the same the turbo runs out of air around 3100-3200 though

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Well that is good to hear 3 grand is where I usually stop with rpm and if I could get 1500 to 3000 rpm spool range I will be greatly happy

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should do much better with the 1.0 and the ww2. I had a stock d66 and was not very happy with it.

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There are bunch of us that switched to the 1.0 housing, Nobody that has done it has had anything negative to say..


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Ok just bought a 1.0 housing off ebay brand new for 100 bucks. Now should I go with the ww2 or the bdp billet wheel?


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can't help you there. i have a WW2. the BDP wheel comes intheir new D66 turbos. i think both will be fine

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