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Old 08-01-2012, 06:21 AM
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Ported housing???

i have a 2000 f-250 tow 15,000 plus. I have 4 inch down pipe back, 6637, php six pos chip, and really bad surge only towing in the 12 psi and up under load, pushing my egt's crazy(and me). Whitch housing do you all think i shoud go with. Dont really want to put a ww wheel in. thx and if anyone has a used one please let me know!
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:48 PM
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I had the same issue and put a ww in and that fixed my issue pulling a 12.5k 5er. I just recently put on a 1.0 exhause housing and am VERY happy with that. The truck really feels peppy in the mid range. I have read that the exhaust housing will also fix surge along with lowering drive pressure, lower egts, and more flow. I would put that on before you mess with the intake housing.
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Old 08-01-2012, 04:47 PM
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If I go with the wheel don't you need to balance the turbo?
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Old 08-01-2012, 04:58 PM
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Clay (Rift raff) out of the USA housing anyone know were to get one
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Beans diesel performance, strictly diesel, I know have them. An exhaust housing will solve all your issues and eliminate a potential oil leak as well a much better option. And they both have those as well.
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:38 PM
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So your saying not due the compressor housing and do the exhaust? That fix's surge?
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Strictly diesel is out check them out today
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I just recently put on a 1.0 exhause housing and am VERY happy with that. The truck really feels peppy in the mid range. I have read that the exhaust housing will also fix surge along with lowering drive pressure, lower egts, and more flow. I would put that on before you mess with the intake housing.
This is good information

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If I go with the wheel don't you need to balance the turbo?
depends... hard to say. If theres no current issues, you might be good to go.

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So your saying not due the compressor housing and do the exhaust? That fix's surge?
thats correct. Far more benefits w/ teh 1.0 housing.
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thats correct. Far more benefits w/ teh 1.0 housing.
And its a couple hundred less

I had my 1.0 exhaust housing sitting in the garage for almost 3 years. Now I am kicking myself for not installing it sooner! I like it.
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