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post #1 of 31 Old 07-01-2008, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
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intake or turbo flutter

I noticed when pulling hills that there is "fluttering" sound from the intake or the turbo.
I just put on the AFE stage 2 but I don't have the exhaust on yet. Is it getting too much air (if there is such a thing)? Will the exhaust help get rid of the fluttering?
Is this "turbo fart". If heard of it before but never experienced it.

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post #2 of 31 Old 07-01-2008, 12:50 PM
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Sounds like you have the beginning stages of surge. Time for a ATS housing or a WW...

Whicked wheel might stop it, ATS Compressor housing will.

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ill second that , housing will be your best bet, wheel helps but housing is gauranteed to get rid of it , with the afe makes it alot more noticeable

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+1 more... sounds like surge.... you need something like this: Stealth Automotive. 99.5-2003 Ford ATS Ported Shroud Compressor Housing

combine that with the new compressor wheel and youll get rid of that surge... let me now if your intersted in a package deal.. ill deff hook it up
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if your gonna get the housing, really no need for the wheel to get rid of the surge

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I got the wheel and it has cured it for now.

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I got the wheel and it has cured it for now.
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Mine started surging after putting my AFE on as well. Surged REAL bad after getting a DP Tuner. WW took care of it for me, even running the 80hp high altitude tow up 10k ft passes in the Rockies towing my Jeep and pushing the truck as hard as EGT's would allow.

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I think I'll try the wicked wheel first. I'm sure It'll be cheaper.

Where are you guys buying a wicked wheel, and are there options for the wicked wheel like different styles or something.
I don't want to buy the wrong one and be money down the toilet.

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AFE Stage 2,
magnaflow 4" turbo back exhaust,
Edge Evolution 2,
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I beleive its just the wheel from one of the 1999 and earlier turbos.
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Yeah it is. All aftermarket compressor wheels are the same basically. Wicked Wheel is a brand name. I think superior wheel is another.

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