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Old 01-28-2010, 12:43 PM
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First time Superduty exhaust question

I am looking to lower my EGT's would it be better to straight pipe it or do a 4" Mbrp exhaust turbo back kit. if straight pipe, which is the best straight pipe kit to get online. Any help and info would be greatly appreciated
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Old 01-28-2010, 01:01 PM
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turbo back with a cat delete will be sufficient, straight pipe wont be any cooler EGT wise, it will just be louder. I prefer MBRP, If you would like some prices, I would love to get you some.
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I would love some prices
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a 4in tb will run around 300. i like the 5in on the 6l they sound so good, and its under 500. from mbrp.
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i would get a 4" turbo back but i prefer bully dog systems. straight pipe will be louder than with the muffler but they will both lower your egt's about the same
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I have an MBRP turbo-back offroad system on my truck and I would advise you to get a regular turbo-back system and ADD the cat test/delete pipe if you want to straight pipe it.

The only complaint that I have about the offroad system is that there is no provision to reinstall the cat if it needed to be for warranty or emmissions. So far, this has not been an issue with the warranty work that I had done, but each dealer is going to be different. As for emmissions, I do not have to YET...but that depends on where you live.
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i have a brand new downpipe and a lightly used cat delete for you if you want it..cat delete is in very good condition(and you can reinstall cat if needed) i could let it go pretty cheep for you
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