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Old 08-29-2013, 04:50 PM
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Riffraff billet 6/6 compressor wheel

so when I do my uppipes ill be rebuilding the turbo and was seeing good reviews and threads about clays 5/5 billet wheel. well now hes out with the 6/6 and i havent seen to many comments on it. If anybody has it id like to know what the benefits were from the stock wheel.

Ive read really good reviews about the ww2 from dieselsite but if clays does the same thing and its cheaper...well it only makes since right?
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Old 08-29-2013, 05:06 PM
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ive got the riffraff 6/6 billet wheel and i love it! i installed mine before i installed my php hydra. It made a big difference in throttle response and its louder than the stock wheel. I seen a huge difference when i tow my fifth wheel on the highway. Riffraff billet 6/6 compressor wheel-img_0476.jpg

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Old 08-29-2013, 05:31 PM
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thats what i like to hear! any difference in egts or max boost?
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Yea i could only get 19-20lbs stock, with the riffraff wheel i could get 24-25lbs. with the hydra on the 120 tune i peg my 30lb boost gauge. As far as EGT's i cant really give you a definite answer because i did the Garrett hi flow exhaust outlet at the same time while i had the turbo off. (also did the blank pedestal too, to fix an ebpv oil leak.) But i can tell you that before the wheel and exhaust housing i could hit 1100* easy pulling 9000lb fifth wheel up the hills through Tenn. After the wheel and housing I have NEVER seen above 900*. Those temp numbers are before the php hydra. I have not hooked to the 5er since the chip install.
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Old 08-29-2013, 06:07 PM
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ill be doing the high flow outlet as well so I really like what im hearing so far!
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i like mine.
ive had it on for probably 2 months now.
max boost ive seen is 33-34 psi. truck pulls much harder than my old wicked wheel.
it lights faster and egts stay cooler as well. less smoke too, hardly any even in 140 ext.

so overall im pretty happy. havent noticed any mileage gains but thats my fault.
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Old 08-29-2013, 08:10 PM
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well id have to say you guys have answered my question! Riffraff it is, thanks guys!
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Old 09-01-2013, 06:47 PM
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Im running a hydra as well and was interested in a new wheel. Anybody have the part number for the 6/6? I can find the 5/5 but not the 6/6. Thanks!
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Old 09-01-2013, 08:42 PM
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the 6/6 compressor wheels is only sold by riffraff.
its their billet compressor wheel for the 7.3

check the turbos/related section, under compressor wheels.

i see they just came out with a new compressor wheel for ported housing, i dont think anyone has a wheel made a for ported housing.
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Old 09-01-2013, 09:41 PM
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Oh okay. I read the description wrong. Thinking about doing the wheel and high flow tho. At 140 ext if I really stick my foot in it my turbo starts to flutter around 20-23 psi. wouldnt mind the extra boost as well!
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