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Old 08-17-2013, 03:29 PM
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1.0 or 1.15 housing with ww2?

Ive been reading and searching but still not 100% sure. Given that the 1.15 is known to spool a little slower but offer better egt's I was wondering which would make a hood DD and tow setup.
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Old 08-17-2013, 04:09 PM
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On what turbo? Stock or 38R?
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Stock turbo
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Leave the stock housing alone... You have already spent money on a outlet, on a wastegate controler and now an added compressor wheel...

By the time your done, you will have spent more money then you would have picking up a 38R.
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$50 on the outlet and $50 for the TM. Add in the wheel and I'm into it for $300.
Another $200 and I'm still alot less than a used 38r.

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Where are you getting your parts for that cost? the outlets I find are $200...

*Edit: I think modding your stock turbo isn't a bad idea for the money depending on your final goals for the truck, $500 +/- for a good rebuilt turbo that serves its purpose makes more sense than $1400 for a 38R if you don't need it.
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:16 AM
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I watch craigslist and I barter parts off my parts motors.
I was thinking a 1.0ar would give me a little more top end and better egts
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I have a van turbo with the 1.15 housing an BD's billet wheel.
I really like the way it drives and I can't get the EGT's too high even if I try.
I can't comment on the 1.0 housing because I never had one
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I can understand CSIPSD's position.
The 38r's are a direct bolt-in upgrade - pure and simple.
But the prices on those start from $1300 up to $2000 depending on who you go with.
Now from all the threads I've come across - the 1.00 to 1.15 A/R debate has been pretty extensive.
Now unless you're doing something really high flow and horsepower - the 1.00 will be fine. But there's nothing wrong with using the 1.15 either.

I just finished building my "hodge podge parts" budget turbo.
Core - 100 Banks 1.00 A/R turbine housing - 300, ATS 4" Ported Compressor housing- 250
Garrett Rebuild kit - 75, BD wastegate - 100 BD 9 blade billet Wheel - 200

Now at just over $1000, I consider myself ahead of the game price wise compared to the 38r's out there.
I may not have the fastest spool up compared the 38r's, but it will certainly be better than stock, and if not darn close to the performance of a 38r.

But with the WW2 and a 1.00 housing - I'd just get an upgraded wastegate and call it done for a good tow/DD turbo!
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