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Old 02-02-2010, 05:47 PM
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Exhaust Upgrade

What is a good aftermarket exhaust system to go with? I have done nothing else to the my truck and thought exhaust was a good place to start. Appreciate all suggestions. I have looked at MPRB and Magnaflow. I have had magnaflow on a gas truck and really like it.

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Old 02-02-2010, 05:58 PM
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Are you looking for something cheap, price wise and good quality?

I had a FSP 5" on my 07 Dodge Ram and plan to get a dual 4" turbo back system for my f350 in a few weeks; they offer the best pricing too. Full Spectrum Performance - Home
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Old 02-02-2010, 05:59 PM
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I have MBRP on my OBS Im pleased with it, real easy install, it fits real nice too.
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MBRP here too. super easy to install and everything fits perfect. very high quality materials. check ebay
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I am looking for good quality that lasts. I dont plan on doing this more than once.
Also should I get a delete pipe for the cat. I live in illinois and from what I know I dont have to worry about it being there.
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The FSP is high quality; I had it on my dodge for 2.5 yrs w/o any issues and it's a couple of hundred dollars cheaper then MBRP.
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i have a mbrp cat delete pipe available for sale, lightly used..pm me if your interested..also have a brand new mbrp downpipe too..

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5 inch MBRP here, and i love it
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MBRP is what I have. Sounds great and it was an easy install.
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Old 02-02-2010, 06:59 PM
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I would go with MBRP or straight pipe it
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