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Old 05-05-2009, 09:29 AM
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QUESTION ON OUTLAW DIESEL WW

Talk to derick at outlaw diesel on a ww. Just a question first time that i delt with them. He was nice and had alot of info... He has a ww in stock told me it was a titanium wheel and that had less fins then a normal wheel and have a diffrent shape. Is it like your normal ww or diffrent. just want to take care of the surge problem. He wants to sell it for 120.00 shipped. Need help quick want to do this. just make sure it will work never heard of this wheel thanks also wheel will make a louder whistle????
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Old 05-05-2009, 10:11 AM
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LOL... The WW has MORE Fins but every other one is clipped shorter (its made that way not modded) and its made out of aluminum... You can get them all day long for about 80-90 bucks.

They are somewhat louder, but not anything that you will go WOW over. Myself, I prefer the ATS compressor housing over the WW. The WW flows less air then the stock wheel, thats why it helps slow surge. ATS housing give the excess air somewhere to go, but your still moving the same amount of air.

I ran the stocker with a WW, WW & ATS housing, Stock wheel and ATS housing, Stock wheel, ATS housing and a 1.00 exhaust housing, Stock wheel, ATS housing and a 1.15 exhaust housing...

Best one of the bunch was the stock wheel, ATS housing and a 1.00 exhaust housing...
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Some good info here...

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...PROD&ProdID=47
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Have not heard of a titanium wheel...
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Have not heard of a titanium wheel...

Its not titanium... Its unoptanium...
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Its not titanium... Its unoptanium...
lol..... that is too funny...

and i agree the ATS housing with a 1.0 exhaust housing is all you need.... i would leave the stock wheel in it
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