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    E.t boost wheels

    on the ET web site,it states the low boost wheel is good for 11.3psi @7700rpm and 14psi @8450 ,and the high boost wheel is 15.5 @8350...........differents being 100rpm and 1.5psi.................................unless im missing something???


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    Yes that sounds right. Call Art @ Engine-Tech, 905-478-5084, he can tell u everything u need to know and more......

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    its due to more angle on the primary and secondary blades Vs revolutions of the wheel, which generates boost.

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    The fit and finish of the ET wheels are really nice....I like the billet design as well as the overall weight. Here is the ET15.5 wheel on my scale. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksalles View Post
    The fit and finish of the ET wheels are really nice....I like the billet design as well as the overall weight. Here is the ET15.5 wheel on my scale. Hope this helps.

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    What kind of boost numbers is possible with the ET15.5 turning 8600. Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdlefler View Post
    What kind of boost numbers is possible with the ET15.5 turning 8600. Just curious.
    +1 thats where i am currently at would like to know what boost i got also.

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    I recently spoke with Art at Engine-Tech regarding the boost capabilities of this wheel. (the High Boost ET15.5) He explained that this particular wheel was degigned to linearly increase boost relative to rpm. With that being said, the wheel would make roughly: 16lbs at 8500rpm, 16.5lbs at 8600rpm, between 18-19lbs at 9000rpm and so on.

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    I saw 16psi at 8550 with the ET 15.5

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    Thanks for the information.

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