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Old 12-04-2013, 10:09 AM
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38R and WW2

I have the basic bolt ons along with stage 1 injectors and a 38R. I am looking to add a WW2 to my 38R and was wondering if it was worth it? Is their anybody with a 38R and WW2, if so how do you like it.
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Ranchstroke I just bought the ww2 for my 38 and will install soon. Not lookin forward to wrestling the down pipe clamp mine is in a f-up spot, but takin a trip up to washington soon so will be a good long road trip test. Will let ya'll know

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ranchstroke I 2 have a mildly modified 7.3 with stage one sticks and 38r and am wondering the same thing so BUMP!
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Old 12-05-2013, 02:55 PM
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Ranchstroke I just bought the ww2 for my 38 and will install soon. Not lookin forward to wrestling the down pipe clamp mine is in a f-up spot, but takin a trip up to washington soon so will be a good long road trip test. Will let ya'll know

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If it helps, I used a crow bar between my DP and clamp and it popped right off and never gave me any trouble. I might've just gotten lucky though. Good luck!
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Thats the wheel I would run...

PB blaster is your friend when it comes to the V-bands.
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Hey guys I'll try n make this quick. So getting ready for r trip, installed WW2 lower rigid fogs, 100hp, 120hp, tunes n new viper remote start. Started the trip n the installer hit my switch on my speedo and it was off so no mugs yet but I will say the new wheel feels great in the seat of my pants

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What are you running for an air cleaner? Did the WW2 quiet down the 38r at all?
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:14 AM
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WW2 or RiffRaff Billet compressor wheel will NOT make the 38R quieter. Its a loud turbo period.
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WW2 or RiffRaff Billet compressor wheel will NOT make the 38R quieter. Its a loud turbo period.
It made mine quieter, but I still have stock sticks
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:44 AM
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I've been running a WW2 in my 38r for 6 months now and love it. It is a big improvement over a stock 38r. I wouldn't say mine got any quieter but it did change the tone of the whistle some and make it less noticeable while driving.
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