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WW vs bd diesel wheel

Is their a difference between the actual wicked wheel or the BD Diesel 1047000 - BD Diesel Upgraded Turbine Compressor Wheels? I'm just curious before I go to buy one


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I can't say for sure,,, but my guess is Absolutely Nothing!

The pre '99 stock compressor is marketed by Many places with Many names...
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Because I can get it for 80$ at summit but it's bd not the wicked wheel.


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Are you sure????

I'm telling ya, a compressor wheel is an expensive thing to machine & balance. The VAST majority of aftermarket wheels, marketed under all sorts of names (the most common of which is a "Wicked Wheel") and are in fact ALL pre '99 stock OEM compressors.

As I said, I can't speak with authority on this "BD 1047000" but my assumption would be it IS that stock wheel (aka WW).
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Well what I meant is it was labeled as a bd wheel and not like actual wicked wheel is why i was asking haha


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A wicked wheel is just the term of wheel because it flows less cfm and eliminates surge.

Many manufactors make wicked wheels.. BDP seems to make all the good stuff for far cheaper than most.

i'd do the ported ats housing before I do a WW.
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ya my x wheel (same as WW) from xtreme diesel is actually made by BD diesel.
seems like a lot of people have to re-tap the threads on BD's wheels also.

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