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Old 05-18-2011, 05:02 PM
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Sputtering sound?

I was driving with my edge programer on 100 hp setting and I was pullin a hill and noticed when I stood on it my turbo I think sputtered. Almost sounded like a blow off valve. It did it once but it made the sputter sound three or four times the one time it did it. Any thoughts?
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Old 05-18-2011, 08:32 PM
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sounds like your stock hpop cant keep up with the demand from your injectors.
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Old 05-18-2011, 09:24 PM
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would it even do that with stock injectors?
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Old 05-19-2011, 06:08 AM
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Like all comman turbo sputter questions is do you have turbo surge. Are you still running the stock compressor wheel? My 2000 was doing the same thing, then I installed Beans Diesels compressor wheel and no more surge. It spools faster too.
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that was the first time it ever did it. well that i noticed it at least. what exactly is "turbo surge"?
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Old 05-19-2011, 08:37 AM
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googled turbo surge and found a old video on here....thats what mine is doin. would a whicked wheel fix this?
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googled turbo surge and found a old video on here....thats what mine is doin. would a whicked wheel fix this?
yup usually cures 99% of it. and sounds better too!
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Sorry I havent gotten back to you but yes if you googled it and found that to be your issue then you know what you have to do. There are many after market compressor wheels on the market. I used Beans Diesel Performance compressor wheel just becauseI do alot of business with them. Alot of guys talk about the Wicked Wheel and it too works well. Be sure to check your up pipe gaskets and replace if needed if your into the turbo. Most who replace the compressor wheel just split the turbo housing to replace it but if you have up pipes leaking, good time to do all. You have to have a good seal on your up pipes to get full and efficieant spool on your turbo. Good luck man.
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Old 05-22-2011, 10:39 PM
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is there much difference in which brand i go with? is it easier to pull the turbo off and replace all seals while i am in there as well as a ebpv delete pedestal on it too? would that help with more air flow?
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Why would you use google when the resources are all here.

Turbo shudder/surge...why and fix.. ( write up )

The surge fix is the WW, which is an earlier compressor wheel we can put in our trucks, its a little louder and in total you can lose 1-2psi by installing it, but it does usually cure surge, another route is the ATS housing. have a read at the write up i did, youll enjoy it.
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