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post #1 of 23 Old 11-30-2013, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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WW with 6637???

Ok so just threw a wicked wheel in my turbo last night. And it mad the low rpm surge go away but it doesn't whistle at all really. Been reading and some people say the intake u have can change that. Is anyone running the 6637 air filter mod and having the same problem that I'm having? Ik the whistle isn't a big deal but I would like to have the sound
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The anti surge wheel doesn't whistle as loud as stock, or the WW2. I have the WW2 and it's almost annoyingly loud with my AFE intake.

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I didn't know there was a difference. Ik the ww2 came out but I got the older one. Not just an anti surge wheel

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The Wicked Wheel is an anti-surge wheel. It's just a 94-97 stock wheel. No performance gain at all. In fact, you lose some boost.

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Ya not really looking for the performance part. Just the whistle
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The cheapest way is probably install a 6637, foil delete, and straight pipe it.

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Ya not really looking for the performance part. Just the whistle
Seriously? You want your truck to sound fast, but drive slow?

If all you want is whistle get an 03 6.0 and delete the muffler.

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I have a WW2 and a 6637 and as said already....it can get annoying...but I love seeing the needle get barried on the 35lbs boost gauge. It needs more fuel now. It is not "healthy" for a stock turbo to see that much boost. But it whistles!!! But for a WW to whistle loud. Ah ya I had a WW on mine b4 this one and it sounded like a mouse squeak

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The cheapest way is probably install a 6637, foil delete, and straight pipe it.
That's what I have done with the WW2.

The video is pedal to the metal from 0 to 100 km/hr (the speed limit ) with the windows closed. The whistle seems louder in the video than it is in the cab of the truck.

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i noticed a lot more whistle with the gen1 wicked wheel over the stock wheel.

an open element intake helps make it louder, and remove the foil off of the drivers side inter cooler pipe, this increases in cab whistle.


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