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Old 12-09-2012, 07:27 PM
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Looking For Steed Speed Exhaust Manifold Reviews

Looking for some reviews on the Steed Speed exhaust manifolds for the 6.0 psd. Did a quick search and couldnt find anything. They look like great pieces, but just looking to get some "real world" feedback and maybe the pros/cons of them.



https://www.elitedieselengineering.c...ust-Manifolds/
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Looking for some reviews on the Steed Speed exhaust manifolds for the 6.0 psd. Did a quick search and couldnt find anything. They look like great pieces, but just looking to get some "real world" feedback and maybe the pros/cons of them.



https://www.elitedieselengineering.c...ust-Manifolds/
I've been running a set for 6 months. Egts dropped. There is a new style that came out. I should have my set this week. Rumor has it the new steeds are alot better then the previous.
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I've been running a set for 6 months. Egts dropped. There is a new style that came out. I should have my set this week. Rumor has it the new steeds are alot better then the previous.
the ones you currently have, was there a noticeable increase in power throughout the power band? more low-end?more top-end? fuel mileage? are you tuned for them or did you just bolt them on? thanks
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Mid mostly top end. Top end takes off like a bat out of hell. My pipe size is pretty big so with a smaller pipe it should increase spool. Ill know this week if the new steeds work better than the old with my current uppipe setup. Ill let ya know in this thread.
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where did you get the custom up pipes/Y pipe from? is there a up pipe for people still using a stock EGR cooler?
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where did you get the custom up pipes/Y pipe from? is there a up pipe for people still using a stock EGR cooler?
You will have to specify that when ordering. Matt@cutting edge makes them
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I'm not sure if the 6.0 manifolds are designed different than the 6.4's, but a member on PSA did a back to back test with the 6.4 Steed Speeds and lost horsepower.

I haven't seen a similar test done with the 6.0 and don't know if there's the same concern.
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The new design fixes that issue as well as smaller uppipes
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Good to hear they may have things sorted out. Any dyno numbers available for the 6.0?
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thats the reason i dont buy them. nothing against matt, i feel like steed speed should make the up pipes and y pipes, since they make the manifolds.

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