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Riffraff Diesel Billet Compressor Wheel 94-03

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Riffraff Diesel Billet Compressor Wheel 94-03

We are now offering our 2nd Generation performance billet compressor wheels for the 94-03 7.3L Powerstrokes. This wheel provides more than just anti-surge like the standard Borg Warner aka Whistlin' Wheel, Anti-Surge Wheel, Banks Wheel and other 5/5 blade compressor wheels. Because of its lighter mass it spools faster, while providing more CFM flow and boost pressure. We usually see a 5-7 PSI gain in boost, as well as less smoke, better drivability and quicker response. By incorporating new leading edge technology, metallurgy, and the new 4/4 blade design we are seeing an average of 17.4 hp and 38.7tq gain on stock injectors with just a swap of the wheel. We recommend balancing the rotating assembly if available, though the wheel is already dual plane balanced.

Fitment: 94-03 TP38/GTP38 including van turbo



*Note: Using an impact on installation is not recommended.

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  1. Excellent Riff Raff product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 15th 2018

    Originally purchased for my OBS, but I didnt have the need to remove my turbo. I recently bought a stock 2001 Superduty and the day after I bought it I installed an intake, exhaust and and this wheel. I didn't own it long enough to be able to compare this wheel and the stock one. After I added a Hydra in the mix I was suprised that a crew cab long bed 7.3 with an open diff could could endless donuts on dry pavement. Turbo whistle sounds fantastic. It does surge after a healthy burnout but a disconnected wastegate might have some influence on that. All In all it another great product from Riff Raff!

  2. 4x4 compressor wheel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 9th 2018

    Had a stock compressor wheel in my 1999 F350 and was going to rebuild the turbo with new seals and bushings. After reviews, I was led to Riffraff and their 4short/4long blade compressor wheel. Bought it for the reviews, quality and price. Now installed, my spool up I quick, works as it should and sounds like a big rig. Really compliments a cold air intake system, chip and exhaust! Thanks

  3. Awesome 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 5th 2018

    Put this on my 95 psd. Definitely tell a difference. Not too much louder than stock. Will be putting it to the test when I tow 10k to florida in a few weeks. Thanks riff raff!!

  4. Good Highway Wheel 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 28th 2018

    I put it the new wheel with a EBPV delete pedestal w/exhaust housing and I can certainly tell it flow more air even at idle. It does carry a more 6.0L whistle than a 7.3L whistle. I didn't dee th 5-7psi boost increases like other claim. I'm see maybe 1-2 psi gain. but that I do see is the gain at highway and pulling hills. that increased 2-4 psi compared to the cast wheel. This wheel is better for the top end, the stock wheel seemed to be better at the lower rpms. weight saving, 110g vs 117g cast wheel. So that has to mean something when this thing is spinning at 150,000 rpms! Good wheel. 4 star because too much hipe on the 5-7 psi max gain.

  5. Just what the doctor ordered! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 21st 2018

    Talked with Clay about the injectors I was thinking of getting and he recommended this wheel for my short-term use of the stock turbo until I upgrade at a later date. Installed it while rebuilding my stock 2002 GTP38 and immediately saw drastic improvements in the character and performance of the turbo. Much quicker spool up and hardly any audible whistle in the cab unless you hammer down. Now easily hitting 22psi where before I hardly made 16-18 with surging.

  6. Billet turbo fam kit. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 16th 2018

    I have nothing but praise for your wonderful billet fan. It's easy to install and very quiet, very little whine. Thank you

  7. Nice improvement 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 14th 2018

    I'm 50+ years old. I buy a product for upgrade or performance only- and don't give a rat's arse about being cool or bragging about it.

    Just rebuilt the turbo on my '00 7.3. 180,000 miles; completely stock engine.

    Added this wheel to the rebuild. Took Clay's advise and had the rotating assembly balanced. Shop said rotating assembly was spot on; they didn't need to touch it. $50 spent for piece of mind.

    New CAC boots from RiffRaff while I was at it.

    Turbo installed. Let the truck idle for 30 minutes and drove it easy for 15 miles to get everything broken in and cozy inside the turbo.

    Prior to rebuild, my truck had problems pushing 15psi. I can now see 17-18 if I stand on it; a couple pound improvement on the top end.

    Turbo spools easier in the 5-10 pound range, where I run a lot.

    Turbo whistle is present above 5-8 psi, but far from annoying- just barely enough noise to let you know there is a turbo under the hood.

    Primary reason for buying this wheel was to help eliminate surge at high altitudes while towing. Will find out this summer if it helps or not.

    Did this thing send sparks out my rear the first time I drove it? Not even close. But if it helps to cure surge, along with a mild performance gain, it will be worth it to me.

  8. very good performance 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jan 26th 2018

    trust RiffRaff products

  9. Noticealbe Inprovement! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jan 18th 2018

    Installed a 360 rebuild kit and this wheel on my 2003 f250. Can hear the whistle around 1600rpm and up and definitely notice a difference in power, especially on hills. Highly recommend!

  10. nice product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jan 1st 2018

    installed this into a customers bone stock truck. the whistle is so minimal you can barley hear it. It did help this truck with it surge problem. another happy customer

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