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Old 05-27-2014, 09:29 AM
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Well guys, I just grinded it out this weekend and installed new International Up-pipes, rebuilt the turbo with a high flow outlet, wicked wheel 2, and new internal parts, delete pedestal, FRx fuel rail crossover from RiffRaff, installed my pyrometer, installed my boost gaude through the AIH delete, and did the CCV mod. Besides my arms looking like I have been in a fight, it turned out pretty well. I am assuming I should be hearing a new whistle from the turbocharger.

These parts have been sitting in my basement for over a year. Ridiculous as to how long this has taken me....
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Old 05-27-2014, 05:54 PM
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How does it feel? Quicker spool with the ww2?
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Old 05-27-2014, 06:40 PM
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A whole year? I hope my stuff doesn't sit for that long haha.
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Well guys, I just grinded it out this weekend and installed new International Up-pipes, rebuilt the turbo with a high flow outlet, wicked wheel 2, and new internal parts, delete pedestal, FRx fuel rail crossover from RiffRaff, installed my pyrometer, installed my boost gaude through the AIH delete, and did the CCV mod. Besides my arms looking like I have been in a fight, it turned out pretty well. I am assuming I should be hearing a new whistle from the turbocharger.

These parts have been sitting in my basement for over a year. Ridiculous as to how long this has taken me....
What outlet did you go with? Im leaning on a 1.0 housing/outlet/rr wheel and 360 rebuild kit. Will suit my plans better(& cheaper) than the 38r route. Notice a difference with the FRx?

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Definitely have a quicker spool and mine sounds just like you are moving down the runway waiting for liftoff. Not sure how it sounds outside of the truck as I am always the one dirving it. To be honest, not sure if I can tell the difference with the FRx. I think that ticking I had in the back of the engine is gone, but I changed so much on the truck it is hard to isolate one modification. This definitely fixed some rattles I had that I thought were exhaust related. I just used the Garrett High Flow Outlet that replaced my outlet that had the EBPV in it. New high flow outlet, new rebuild kit, and new compressor wheel. At highway speeds the truck sounds completely different. Much deeper tone. Just noticed I messed up my gaskets doing the CCV mod, so I have new ones on the way. I think this is the only issue I had. IMHO, definitely helps to have another set of hands....
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