The advantage of that wheel, which is nothing more than an early '99 model turbo compressor wheel, aka Wicket Wheel (WW), is that when you add an intake or chip or both the turbo can try to move more air than the wheel is able to handle. The turbo then starts to chatter or surge and can eventually destroy itself. What the early '99 wheel does is it has staggered fins allowing the excess air to move around rather than the wheel itself moving around. Some have reported a slight loss in power using that wheel, but just about everyone says it definitely cured the surge. You will also notice a little more whistle from that wheel than the stock one.
As far as brands, don't worry, they are all the same wheel. They were the stock wheel found on the early '99 trucks.
As for boost numbers, when I had one on my truck I could only hit about 18 to 20# with my DP at 80T and tymar intake. I've since replaced that wheel with the stock one and installed the ATS housing (which does the same thing) and I can now hit 24# easily. Some will say that I'm now moving more air, but there is a difference between pressure and volume. We can only measure pressure. There are those that say the early '99 wheel moves more air at lower pressures. Until someone puts a flow meter on their truck... we'll never know.
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