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Old 11-03-2013, 02:00 PM
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1.0 exhaust housing

I'm really loving the quick spool up my 2001 has, however I miss the upper RPM power my 97 has (1.15 exhaust housing).

Stock injectors, intake, exhaust, boost fooler. Likely upgrade to 160cc injectors sometime. I don't want a laggy bastard though.

Been looking at the 1.0 non-wastegated exhaust housing. This and the outlet for it will run $320. Not too much more than the Dieselsite wastegate controller I was looking at.

There is a wasgated version of it for $330.

Your thoughts?
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Old 11-03-2013, 02:27 PM
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just get one of the new billet wheels.
it will spool quicker and pull much harder up top.
i went from the gen1 wicked wheel to riffraffs billet wheel, and this thing pulls from 70-100 like its nothing.

and you can use the stock turbo with smaller stage 1's and a billet wheel.
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Old 11-03-2013, 02:31 PM
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I have a WW2. I didn't notice a difference in my OBS so I'm selling it. Didn't think it would be worth the time to install by itself.
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Old 11-03-2013, 03:35 PM
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i saw a 6 psi gain in boost and smoother power throughout the whole powerband.

i think its the best performance upgrade besides a chip.

running stock tune on my chip i can hit 24 psi of boost lol, 33/34 on 120/140 settings
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Old 11-03-2013, 08:18 PM
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I have the 1.15 housing and a billet wheel and I love it.
Not too laggy, tons of power up top and no worries about drive pressures
I imagine the 1.0 housing would be good
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:08 AM
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I would not spend one red cent on a stock turbo if your wanting to go with a 160cc injector...

I'm sure the new wheels are great in the stock turbos, and I have tested every combo you can with the stock turbo (except the new wheels as they were not avalable back then).

A 38R will blow them out of the water.

I am pretty interested in the new turbo from No Limit, but I have no first hand experance with it.

You have to figure you have spent $200 on a new wheel, you want to spend $250-$300 on a new exhaust housing on the stock turbo...

You could sell the stock turbo for $400-$600 and damn near have a 38R...

That being said... If your going to go a 1.00 housing, get the non wastegated version.
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:32 AM
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I got my low milage and perfect condition Van Turbo for $120, got the wheel for $200. Sold my worn out stock turbo to BD as core for $150

I'm sure a 38r would blow my setup out of the water, but for $170 I'm not complaining
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Old 11-04-2013, 02:25 PM
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ya i want a 38r too, but i dont have $1400 bones lying around right now
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Old 11-04-2013, 03:07 PM
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I dont have an issue with just adding a wheel, or just adding a housing...

Its a cost vs benefit thing...

Its cost me a lot of money over the years to gain this knowledge..

stock turbo
stock turbo with ww
stock turbo with ww and 1.00 housing
stock turbo with ww and 1.00 housing and ATS housing
stock turbo with ww and 1.15 housing and ATS housing
38r with 1.00 housing
38r with 1.15 housing
38r with .84 housing
TN with 1.00 housing
TN with 1.15 housing
TN BB with 1.00 housing
TN BB with 1.15 housing
TN BB with proto wheel and 1.00 housing...

Its a lot of BS...

Run the wheel, run the housing or run what ever you want, but no matter what its still a stock turbo, and when something happens to them 9 times out of 10 it takes out the compressor housing.
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Old 11-04-2013, 03:50 PM
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Oh I 100% agree with you CSIPSD. Spending $600 or more to upgrade a stock turbo is foolish.
I'm merely pointing out that if someone's patient and watches craigslist every day they can end up with a decent/useable set up for very little cash.
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