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Performance Upgrade Billet Compressor Wheel for 2004-2005 6.6L Duramax LLY A1370512N

Rotomaster
A1370512N
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New Billet Compressor Wheel
$207.99
$207.99

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Performance Upgrade Billet Compressor Wheel for 2004-2005 6.6L Duramax LLY A1370512N
  • All products are tested and inspected in an ISO-9001 compliant environment
  • Fits into O.E. cover, no modifications needed
  • Machined from forged billet for strength
  • Machined with a high degree of precision
  • Milled for consistent mass and consistent center of gravity
  • Product designed and manufactured to accommodate O.E. applications
  • Stronger than OE cast aluminum wheels resulting in higher fatigue life

Product Information

Rotomaster SKU A1370512N
Product Condition New
Package Contents Billet Compressor Wheel
Application

2004-2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 6.6L

2005 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 6.6L

2004 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 6.6L

2005 Chevrolet C4 Series 6.6L

2004 Chevrolet C4 Series 6.6L

2005 Chevrolet C5 Series 6.6L

2004 Chevrolet C5 Series 6.6L

2005 GMC Sierra 2500 HD 6.6L

2004 GMC Sierra 2500 HD 6.6L

2005 GMC Sierra 3500 6.6L

2004 GMC Sierra 3500 6.6L

2005 GMC C4 Series 6.6L

2004 GMC C4 Series 6.6L

2005 GMC C5 Series 6.6L

2004 GMC C5 Series 6.6L

 

OE Part Number 725326-0002 
Manufacturer's Warranty 36 months from the date of purchase and covers mileage up to a maximum of 36,000 miles.
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AVERAGE REPLACEMENT TIME 

8 hours 

SKILL LEVEL 

Service Technician “B” or higher 

INITIAL INSPECTION AND GENERAL CARE 

  1. Carefully inspect the air cleanerair cleaner duct, and the exhaust manifold for any foreign material. Objects left in these areas can severely damage the turbocharger immediately on engine startup. 
  2. Remove old gaskets and left-over material from the exhaust manifold, the oil supply line and oil drain line flanges. Inspect these surfaces for cracks, flatness, or erosion. 
  3. Inspect the oil supply and drain lines for degradation and cracking 
  4. Make sure that there are no kinks or any other type of restriction or clogging in either line. 

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