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Old 03-16-2012, 05:49 AM
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Garrett exhaust housing question?

I decided to go with a BD exhaust brake turbo mount. when i get it installed i might upgrade to a larger exhaust housing. does anyone know if the garrett exhaust housing will work with the bd brake? if so, should i go with the 1.0 a/r or the 1.15 a/r wastegated or non-wastegated?

my mods: turbo back exhaust, ats compressor housing, wicked wheel, intake, transgo shift kit, gauges and still waiting for my tony wildman chip. thanks.
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Old 03-16-2012, 06:07 AM
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i think it will bolt up to a 1.0, i don't think it will bolt up to a 1.15 though. or you could get a 38r
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i spent money on the ats housing and ww and cost to install. i should have just bought the 38r. so i'm thinking i'll just keep this set up for know. since i'll be back in there should i add the exhaust housing?
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The 1.0 maybe. Even if you get your hands on a 1.15 it'll turn your truck into a slow spooling smoky pig.

The 1.15 housing is intended for a different turbine wheel than you have.
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Its really just intended for the 38r from what i have seen.

Really, you could just throw a set of 160 single shots in your truck and have a solid setup that would prolly put down 330 or alil better on the rollers
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exhaust wheel or compressor wheel? what the difference or what one do I go with, the 1.0 and 1.15?
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i've been doing some research, it looks like the turbo mount bd brake replaces the ebpv anyway? I'm having secound thought on the bd exhaust brake. think more like going with the in-line pacbrake.
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Old 03-16-2012, 08:25 PM
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You must be doing alot of towing to be needing a exhaust brake?? Read that the pac-brake is one of the better ones thats for sure. Havent heard much on the banks one or bd brake at all really
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Love my 38r!
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If you do an exhaust brake, better upgrade valve springs.
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