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Old 11-08-2010, 03:26 PM
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!!URGENT!! Compressor Housing Help

Will a banks compressor housing get rid of turbo surge?
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I've heard ATS is the brand to go with if you want to fix turbo surge. Haven't heard anyone say the banks compressor fix's surge but i could be wrong.
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Banks makes the exhaust housing. You need an ATS ported shroud compressor housing or IIRC BD makes the other ported shroud compressor housing. Go up to the sponsor section and start a thread in there, one of the sponsors has them. Carry @ CTperformance or Raul@Stealth Automotive are two that come to mind.
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Banks makes the exhaust housing. You need an ATS ported shroud compressor housing or IIRC BD makes the other ported shroud compressor housing. Go up to the sponsor section and start a thread in there, one of the sponsors has them. Carry @ CTperformance or Raul@Stealth Automotive are two that come to mind.
wait i messed up, its a banks exhaust housing. Thats now what i need to cure surge is it? and is an exhaust housing hard to install?

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no you dont need an exhaust housin, you need a compressor housin ie ats ported housin or a wicked wheel to cure surge. the ats ported housin will 100% cure surge or so i've heard and the wicked wheel will most of the time. for like 55 dollars for a ww i think i would start there opposed to a 400 ported housin
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no you dont need an exhaust housin, you need a compressor housin ie ats ported housin or a wicked wheel to cure surge. the ats ported housin will 100% cure surge or so i've heard and the wicked wheel will most of the time. for like 55 dollars for a ww i think i would start there opposed to a 400 ported housin
Well thats what i plan on doin but i got a guy wantin to sell me a WW and a banks exhaust housing for 200. Thought it was a pretty good deal?
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no you dont need an exhaust housin, you need a compressor housin ie ats ported housin or a wicked wheel to cure surge. the ats ported housin will 100% cure surge or so i've heard and the wicked wheel will most of the time. for like 55 dollars for a ww i think i would start there opposed to a 400 ported housin
You saved me by having to type all of that.
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The ATS ported housing might be cheaper in the end. I talked to a few shops about just doing a WW and they all said in order to do it "right" by their standards you have to take the turbo off, which ends up being more expensive in labor. I'm not an expert, I know a lot of people just switch it out with the turbo on. And obviously if you are mechanically savvy you could do it yourself, which is what I'm going do with the ported housing but I'm staying away from the WW since it doesn't always cure the surge.
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The ATS ported housing might be cheaper in the end. I talked to a few shops about just doing a WW and they all said in order to do it "right" by their standards you have to take the turbo off, which ends up being more expensive in labor. I'm not an expert, I know a lot of people just switch it out with the turbo on. And obviously if you are mechanically savvy you could do it yourself, which is what I'm going do with the ported housing but I'm staying away from the WW since it doesn't always cure the surge.
It's easy to do on the truck, the shops are telling you that so they can make some coin off of ya. I did mine on the truck, no big deal.
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