Exhaust kit

Discussion in '6.7L PowerStroke Power & Performance' started by devgru2011, Dec 9, 2012.

  1. devgru2011

    devgru2011 SDD Junior Member

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    I spoke to the guys at my local ford dealer and they said that there is a kit by mbrp that will get rid of that y tip on the exhaust. It's a boot on kit and its not a warranty killer. Does anyone know what they are talking about?
     
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    W4RLR High Tech Hillbilly

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    Perhaps a new 4" MBRP exhaust? My new exhaust came with a nice looking bolt on tip, but my truck has a 6.0. It does keep the cat, and the 6.4 exhaust kit keeps the DPF.
     
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    MBRP, AFE, and a few others make a DPF back kit. I have the 5" MBRP kit with a 6" tip.
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    Did it void your warranty? And how does it sound?
     
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    sagebel Stock? Pfft!

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    Didn't void the warranty. It only replaces everything behind the emissions equipment (or a delete pipe if you do choose to void your warranty). I haven't really noticed a change in the sound. The truck is still very quiet unless you add a delete pipe.
     
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    Morning. Just reviving an older thread. I am looking at a DPF back exhaust system. I'm looking at magnaflow dual exhaust tip, stainless steel with a 5" pipe. Keeping all the EPA junk and only removing the "muffler" if you can call it that...

    I'm hoping to get a little more sound and turbo whine. It sounds like they don't make much difference, I guess with all the EPA stuff there is no real sound gains, but I also like the look. So i say that to ask, "Is there any reason to go with that type of system or should I just look at exhaust tips for the aesthetics?
     
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    DPF back is just for looks. You might have a different sound through the 5 inch pipes but the EPA junk keeps everything clogged up and quiet.
     
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    That is what I was afraid of... Sounds like I'll save the cash and do something else. Thanks.
     

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