The W1 is a great option as is. There are lots of benefits to it being a new turbocharger from the ground up, as opposed to an upgraded OEM turbo. Sure the cost is higher, but benefits are there.I don't want to de-rail the thread, but if Comp's turbo ends up being a flop, is the W1 worth it?
So what’s the deal with their turbo? Is the compressor wheel too big and the stock turbine wheel too small to spool this turbo? How come no dyno results on how it performed? And since you got to tune it would you recommend this turbo over the 27won w1 turbo? I’m sure everyone wants to know the questions I’ve asked.
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