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Old 01-27-2008, 08:34 AM
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i have a 2000 f250 and it has the banks compressor housing and wheel, ive been looking into getting the ats housing. would there be any performance gains in switching it? can i use the banks wheel or do i need a different one?
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Old 01-27-2008, 08:36 AM
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i dont think you will see any difference... the banks housing does the same thing the ATS does..
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I thought banks only made the exhaust housing??
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I thought banks only made the exhaust housing??
Yeah I thought the same
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Old 01-27-2008, 02:32 PM
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yep thats all they make i just talked with barker over at banks last week when i ordered my exhaust and wheel and i asked about houseings he said all they do is the 1.00 turbine
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Okay I wasn't sure so I was trying to find somthing with google. Good to know
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not to hijack but my ATS housing will be here this week, should i get a different compressor wheel too?? I wont mind the extra whistle but i dont want to lose any performance either. Any thoughts??
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not to hijack but my ATS housing will be here this week, should i get a different compressor wheel too?? I wont mind the extra whistle but i dont want to lose any performance either. Any thoughts??
keep your stocker...
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so is there a performance loss with the two together? or just no need for both to accomplish the same goal?
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i think the wicked wheel flows a little less air with more whistle whereas the stocker flows a little more air with less noise. im thinkin there isnt a noticeable difference in performance just how much whistle ya want?
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