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WW2, RR wheel or BD wheel??

I have read everyone's reviews on the three and everyone seems pretty happy with what they have but has anyone compared them on a dyno at the same time?? I'm looking to buy one of the three but can't seem to find the difference. I have a 2002 F350 with a 6637 intake and a 5" exhaust, I just ordered DP Tuners infinity for my guages and tune. I'm looking for faster spool up, more power and better mpgs. Does anyone with one of the three have any updates about mpgs??

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I am averaging 1.2mpg better with RiffRaff's wheel. Acceleration and overall power is completely different from the old wheel.

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I have read everyone's reviews on the three and everyone seems pretty happy with what they have but has anyone compared them on a dyno at the same time?? I'm looking to buy one of the three but can't seem to find the difference. I have a 2002 F350 with a 6637 intake and a 5" exhaust, I just ordered DP Tuners infinity for my guages and tune. I'm looking for faster spool up, more power and better mpgs. Does anyone with one of the three have any updates about mpgs??

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we compared the WWG2 head to head with the batmowheel

the wicked wheel absolutely dominated.

the customer who had the batmowheel actually purchased a wicked wheel on spot from us and installed it.

I do not know anything about the riffraff stuff.

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Based on Bill from PHP's tests, it sounds like the WW2 is superior to the BD wheel. That being said, I am totally satisfied with the performance of my BD wheel.
But the real reason I went with BD is that they are 5 minutes from me.

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Thanks for the info guys, still really hoping some one has some real info on milage. Bldrman thanls for the info on the RiffRaff wheel.
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I would go with the RiffRaff wheel if it were me, but he is local to me so.

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Is any one running a ported housing and the ww2????
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I just installed the ww2 after running the ww for over 100k miles.
I've had the stage1 injectors for a few thousand miles.

Just did the ww2 with the wastegate controller.
I can slap 35psi and surge it past to what looks like over 40psi, cause the gauge only goes to 35psi.

From stock wheel to original ww was not amazing. Yes better but not wow.
The ww2 is unreal with these injectors and tuning. It produces way more boost under my applications and keeps the egts respectable.

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