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Old 08-25-2014, 12:51 AM
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Little extra $ what to buy ?

BD turbo timer ?

Aero force interceptor. ?

Or ?? Any suggestions. ?
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Old 08-25-2014, 01:22 AM
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what all do you have on your truck if stock turbo ww2 or a 110 volt idm or a moded 140 volt one small things but they all help
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Old 08-25-2014, 01:35 AM
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I have AFE intake. Stock turbo. 99 intercooler. Stage 1 rosewoods. Ts6 chip. Straight pipe exhaust.

I heard the stock turbo wheel on obs are just as good as ww2? Is that false ?
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Old 08-25-2014, 01:36 AM
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Had a NBS 7.3 motor. Was gonna pull the hpop. But sold engine for $600
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Old 08-25-2014, 01:37 AM
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Bought the whole thing for $400

I've sold some other parts too. So made my $$ back. Now profit.
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the ww1 was a upgrade for the sd trucks wich is our stock turbo wheels the ww2 is a upgrade for the sd and our trucks the reason the sd truck run our wheels is because there stockwheels didint handle surge that grate and would cause a chater noise actually shortening there turbo life now the wws is made out of billet aluminum
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If you don't have a scan gauge yet, I would highly suggest going that route.
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Hmmm. We'll I already do have one. But I have a 3 gauge pillar and the 3rd gauge is useless. (Not hooked up (oil temp)) so was thinking maybe it'd be cool to get the aero force one
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Set the $$ aside for unexpected breakage
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Or a new 2014 cummins 6 speed
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Or a new 2014 cummins 6 speed
Or an Aeroforce Scangauge for your truck.

Seriously, though that's a nice took to have in the truck.
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Ooohhhhhh. I need that
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You could donate it to the intc fund. There always short you know The I Need That Cash fund
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