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Old 12-19-2013, 04:07 AM
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early 99 compressor wheel

Does anyone have an early 99 compressor wheel in their truck? Im selling an early 99 turbo, and I was considering swapping the wheel with my 01, and put the 01 wheel in the early 99 turbo. Will this work and is it worth the time?
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Old 12-19-2013, 11:20 AM
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It will work but the main reason people put the e99 wheels (wicked wheel) in the late turbos was to correct surge. By doing so you will loose a couple of PSI of boost on top end. Dieselsite has a wickedwheel generation 2 for like $229 and you not only take care of the surge problem but you also pick up several lbs of boost pressure. My e99 would make 32-34lbs on an 80hp tune.
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Old 12-20-2013, 01:06 PM
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Alright, thanks for the info, I don't have any gauges yet, so I think ill just sell it and keep the wheels where they are.
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I've got a e99 with a stock rebuilt turbo.. Would I see any benifits from the ww2?
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Well yeah, the charts for the WW2 shows the difference between ww2 and stock then ww2 and ww1
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riffraff claims a 12hp increase and 30 ft lbs of tq with their billet wheel.

i definately noticed a difference with mine.
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