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Ported Housing and RiffRaff Billet Compressor Wheel Question

Is anyone running RiffRaff Diesels new billet compressor wheel for the ported housing? I already have the ported housing and looking to add a little more to the truck.

So is anyone running this setup yet?

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if you dont already have a billet wheel i would order it.

its actually cheaper than buying their regular billet wheel.

i really like my riffraff billet wheel(non ported housing wheel).

im sure they would be happy to tell you about it if you call them

and im sure there is performance benefits running their billet wheel (more boost, lower egts, quicker spool up)

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if you dont already have a billet wheel i would order it.

its actually cheaper than buying their regular billet wheel.

i really like my riffraff billet wheel(non ported housing wheel).

im sure they would be happy to tell you about it if you call them

and im sure there is performance benefits running their billet wheel (more boost, lower egts, quicker spool up)
No I dont have a billet wheel yet and I didnt even know they made a wheel for a ported housing until I called riffraff yesterday and Clay told me all about it. Seems like a good upgrade without having to drop $1400 on a 38R.
I was just curious if anyone was running this setup yet

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i think carportmechanic ran a ported housing with the riffraff ported housing wheel.

send him a message

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Im running the same combo but on a van turbo. Ever since swapping to the van turbo I noticed a lot of lag,but once the boost started it took off. The wheel and the housing made a huge improvement in the turbo lag, almost eliminating it! Also a big drop in EGTs. Definintly recommend this combination
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