DIESEL SITE Wicked Wheel 2 Turbo Compressor Wheel for 04-07 Ford Powerstroke 6.0L Diesel WW0560

$229.00

**OFF-ROAD USE ONLY, NOT LEGAL IN CALIFORNIA**

Description

FEATURES:

• PSD performance Billet compressor wheel for STOCK GT37 turbo applications 
• Designed to help eliminate the common issue of a compressor surge from the turbo
• Helps improve turbo performance, faster spool-ups, quicker response and more power overall!
• Turbo drop-in upgrade
• Easy install, an average time of 3 hours

 

Stock vs. Wicked Wheel 2 for the 2004.5 6.0L 155cc injectors (stock nozzles) with stock turbo.

Tuning set up to control max drive pressures, no changes other than wheel change

60hp at 2120 rpms at only 30lbs of boost!

 

 

Note: This turbo has a reverse thread – meaning you turn the compressor wheel to the right to loosen. No need to torque the Wicked Wheel on. Simply snug the Wicked Wheel until it fully seats. It will self-tighten to full torque. The Wicked Wheel is balanced at the factory. Turbo balancing after installation is not necessary.  

Before Ordering:  Since 2005-2007 turbos can be installed in 2003 trucks if the pedestals are used, you need to be sure what wheel/ turbo you actually have.  When turbo re manufacturing facilities rebuild the 05-07 turbos, they almost always cut the compressor cover to clean up damages and scratches and then install 03 compressor wheels. This is a VERY common practice. Even turbos bought from Ford for an 05-07 truck will most likely have an 03 wheel installed. If your turbo has ever been out of the truck for repair, or you bought your truck used and don’t know the history, you must measure the inducer of the compressor wheel before ordering. The 03 style wheel measures about 59mm and the 05 style measures about 56mm. 

DO NOT USE AN IMPACT WRENCH TO CHANGE TURBO WHEELS! Impact wrenches cause stress fractures in the shaft that will cause failure either very soon or thousands of miles down the road. It’s like a crack in your windshield that grows over time. Take your time and remove the turbo, hold onto the turbine shaft and remove the compressor wheel with an open end wrench.