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WW3598 Wicked Wheel 2 - Dodge 1998-02 5.9L 24V

The WW2 (Wicked Wheel 2) line of Billet Wicked Wheels have Superior Surge Protection PLUS PERFORMANCE! Greatly improves throttle response, lowers EGTs and increases boost in your 1998.5-2002 Dodge 5.9L Cummins 24V (Stock Turbo)
Manufacturer: Dieselsite

Product Details (click to expand)

Manufacturer Part#: WW3598
Weight (lbs.): 2.00 lbs.
Dimensions 6.00" x 6.00" x 6.00"

Product Specifications (click to expand)

Product Type Turbo Compressor Wheel
Material Billet Aluminum
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$329.00 (CAD)

Wicked Wheel® 2 for the 1998 - 2002 24V  Cummins stock turbo


  • Greatly improves throttle response
  • Increased Horsepower
  • Lower EGTs
  • Easy installation - no modifications needed
  • Increased boost

Important tips

Holset turbos use two different style nuts holding the wheel on. Tighten wheel nut "snug fit" only.

It is a left hand thread (reverse thread), meaning you turn the nut to the right to loosen.

Product Specifications (click to expand)
Product Type Turbo Compressor Wheel
Material Billet Aluminum
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