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Old 10-22-2010, 02:04 AM
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htt wolf exhause housing

Hello. i Have had a htt wolf turbo on my truck now for about a month, It seems to be slow at spooling up, I have stock injectors, intake, 4" exhaust, dp tunes, Can i put the 0.84 stock exhaust housing on for quicker spool up. I have changed my up pipe dougnuts so no issue there. The egt seems to run around the 1150 mark when flat to the floor and it seems a bit slugish to start with. Once spooled up it gose well. Any ideas
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never heard of that turbo til just now. just read up on it. im running a 1.0 and theres a tiny lag but with tunes you should be fine. you're positive you have no boost leaks?
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I have a very small one on the up pipes, i put new doughnuts in and they just need to be tightened up. I have checked manifold/up pipe joints and they are fine. Were else do i need to look, Thanks for the reply
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What size is your exhaust housing? And like said above make sure you don't have any exhaust leaks. I would think a 1.0 exhaust housing would be just about right for you, from stock injectors to stage Is.
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I just looked it up on HTT, that turbo should have the 1.0 exhaust housing unless you have changed it. Like said above you have got to ha an exhaust leak or maybe a fueling problem. We are running the 1.0 housings aat high elevations, A bit laggy on the bottom but they spool fine. The 1.0 housing and the 1.15 housing will keep EGTs down, that is a bonus for them. I'm wondering if your wastegate may be leaking also if you don't have any exhaust leaks?
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ANY boost leaks are gonna be a bastard and cause boosting issues. Fix the up pipes then try again. You are overboosting like a motherf*cker if you have an up pipe boost like and will eventually snap your shaft.

BTW duck slayer... interesting name. I bet I slay more ducks than you my friend. I max out in a few hours every time I go out
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ANY boost leaks are gonna be a bastard and cause boosting issues. Fix the up pipes then try again. You are overboosting like a motherf*cker if you have an up pipe boost like and will eventually snap your shaft.

BTW duck slayer... interesting name. I bet I slay more ducks than you my friend. I max out in a few hours every time I go out
I'll give you that this year, our hunt opened on October 2nd. I'm out all season due to back surgery. Hit me up next October, nothing like shooting limits out of an airboat on the Great Salt Lake. Our season is the full 120 days, what's yours?
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Duck season started october I think the 25th or 28th. I think the season for duck here is like 40 days or so. Maybe 50? Have any pics of your kills? Me and my buddy are super intersted in taking you up on that offer. My buddies met Tim Grounds; he's a good guy.
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