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    Put a X wheel in a 215 SC housing?????

    I know you have to have the rear of the SC milled to fit a X wheel in a 215 SC, but what about the front housing?
    Also typically how much $ to mill the rear?


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    no need touch the front housing and how much for the rear work? depends on the machine shop.

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    50 bucks around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banchy View Post
    no need touch the front housing and how much for the rear work? depends on the machine shop.
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    50 bucks around here.
    Cool deal. I have a little project I am working on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banchy View Post
    no need touch the front housing and how much for the rear work? depends on the machine shop.
    Are you sure a 215 SC front housing is same as x wheel front housing?
    I'm fairly sure there different.

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    The front housing must be changed the 215 will not fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    The front housing must be changed the 215 will not fit.
    +100 the 215 front housing dont fit a x wheel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsakosgt View Post
    +100 the 215 front housing dont fit a x wheel!
    what exactly is different between the 2 front housings? does it need to be machined or is it a taller housing? just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jersey785 View Post
    what exactly is different between the 2 front housings? does it need to be machined or is it a taller housing? just curious.
    The x charger front housing has bigger inlet than the 215.I also think that has different blade geometry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsakosgt View Post
    The x charger front housing has bigger inlet than the 215.I also think that has different blade geometry.
    thanks for the info

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