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Old 04-30-2014, 05:28 AM
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7.3l Batmo wheel vs WW2

I was just on FTE diesels website and saw a Batmo wheel for a 7.3, never saw one before. Are they any good? Better than a WW2? Thanks!
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Batmowheel... Junk. Proven junk.

Looks cool! LOL

Best Compressor wheel on the market IMHO... RiffRaff...

I'd link to it, but the mods like to ban people that link to products.
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Old 04-30-2014, 08:18 AM
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I didn't think the batmo was even been sold anymore...
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ya you can find them a few places. they are 400 bucks too

X2 on riffraff, love mine.
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X3 on RR wheel.
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Better than ww2?
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The RR wheel, WW2 and BD's billet wheel for the stock turbo are all about the same in terms of performance.
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The RR wheel, WW2 and BD's billet wheel for the stock turbo are all about the same in terms of performance.
Do we actually know that or are we still assuming? I have a BD wheel and I like it.
I have a RR wheel on the shelf, its not mine but I could swap it for the sake of testing.
Anyone want to send me a WW2 for 2 weeks?
I have 2 dyno's in the area even, but I'm not sure I could afford that.
I can afford to go to the track 3 times though.....
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Do we actually know that or are we still assuming? I have a BD wheel and I like it.
I have a RR wheel on the shelf, its not mine but I could swap it for the sake of testing.
Anyone want to send me a WW2 for 2 weeks?
I have 2 dyno's in the area even, but I'm not sure I could afford that.
I can afford to go to the track 3 times though.....
They all spool faster, prevent surge, and build a little more boost... So yes we know they are all similar in performance
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ya i think they are all good too.

i think the ww2 spools faster than the riffraff wheel.

but the riffraff wheel shines up top.

you guys ever get the feeling theres only like 10 of us on here anymore lol
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