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Im wanting to put a 1.00 exhaust housing on my turbo, I just bought the wicked wheel, and im going to either put a turbomaster, or banks wastegate on it..

my question is will 94-97 turbo exhaust housing work, and if so what all do I need to install it?

should I do a 1.00 or bump up to a 1.15..im not planning on too much for this build just a little stock turbo work, tw chip, 5" exhaust, and intake

after putting the wicked wheel on the turbo, do I need to get the turbo balanced?
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Im wanting to put a 1.00 exhaust housing on my turbo, I just bought the wicked wheel, and im going to either put a turbomaster, or banks wastegate on it..

my question is will 94-97 turbo exhaust housing work, and if so what all do I need to install it?

should I do a 1.00 or bump up to a 1.15..im not planning on too much for this build just a little stock turbo work, tw chip, 5" exhaust, and intake

after putting the wicked wheel on the turbo, do I need to get the turbo balanced?
No, the exhaust housing from a 94-97 will not work....different attachment to the up-pipes.

The 1.0 will work good with stock injectors or stage 1s, but if you ever plan on going bigger, then go with the 1.15. The 1.15 may be a bit laggy with stock sticks, but it's nothing that can't be "lived with".
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well if I go with the 1.15 it does not have to be wastegated, right...

and does the 1.00 have to wastegated

is it better to go with or without the wastegate

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keep the help coming please....
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You do not need a wastegated turbo. You can either put a 1.0 housing from someone like beans or get a 99.5-03 van turbo charger. The van turbo will be a slightly larger exducer wheel with a 1.15 non wastegated housing. All you will need is an adapter to fit the non wastegated housings to your downpipe.

I would go with the 1.0 and it will be fine with up to stage 2 sticks. I see 34psi with stage 2's and 1.15 van turbo.

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