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Old 08-25-2011, 08:15 AM
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batmowheel questions

So i didnt wnat to hi jack someones thread, got some info on this batmowheel, but want some more.


went to bullseye's websight, it sucks!

what all is involved in changing this out, how do you order one and from where.

nothing on bullseye's web sight about installation or ordering..
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Old 08-25-2011, 09:03 AM
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Why not start by giving bullseye a call. They will know more than anyone else.
231-571-8424
You can also order direct from them.

They are on Facebook and you can also email them sales@bullseyepower.com
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I emailed bill about questions I had about non vgt's, I think thats your best bet, their website doesnt show anything of what they can actually provide to you. Its not very up to date. Craig@MPD can also help you out
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cool, i guess i can do that.

i figured some people on here have changed spools before, was curious of how that is performed and difficulty as well.
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To change take the turbo off, remove the compressor housing, turn the blade off the shaft then reverse the steps going back on.
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To change take the turbo off, remove the compressor housing, turn the blade off the shaft then reverse the steps going back on.
Will you be documenting your install?
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Will you be documenting your install?
Yeah, I'll post up some pics.
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Would it have to be rebalanced? I don't know much about turbos, other than to clean them out, but I thought the ground down nut on the end of the shaft was where they balanced them. If that is the case wouldn't replacing the wheel throw that off?
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the wheels are already balanced, thats the whole theory behind drop in wheels... drop em in (not literally) and youre ready to go.
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