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Old 10-13-2010, 06:23 PM
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here is one on Ebay...anyone use it before? Prices on these things range from 100 to 300.... 6.0 Powerstroke Turbo Back Exhaust 4" Downpipe 03-07: eBay Motors (item 300472831236 end time Oct-25-10 13:49:53 PDT) ........my next question is that my current downpipe isnt flattened out like my 7.3 was....were the 6.0 ones flattened out or not?
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No the 6.0 downpipe is not flattened like the obs ones were.
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Never used it but it looks pretty much like mine except mine is 409 stainless.
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You don't really need a 4in DP on a 6.0 unless you are planning on trying to make a lot of power. 3.5'' is what I had on mine and it flowed plenty
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my 3.5 flows great. 4 would be hard to fit
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ok so where is the best place to get one? Im not spending 300 bucks on one, I dont need stainless as I dont ever keep a truck long enough for the exhaust to get that rusty.....once I get the DP, I'll build the exhaust from there back....it goes from the stock DP, into 4 inch back to a cat, then some boogered up mess to go from 4 inch, to 5 inch to an MBRP muffler then to the tail....Im either going to rework the mess from the DP to the 5 inch...I dont mind the sound of the muffler, or Im going to stack it like my last 2 diesels....
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Old 10-14-2010, 06:58 PM
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BTT.....I know there are vendors here....doesnt anyone sell DP's??
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