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Old 11-16-2007, 06:45 PM
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MBRP 4" turbo back kit good price?

These guys are local and a buddy of mine has an 03 F250 and hes dealt with Xtreme Diesel Performance - XDP Diesel Performance Parts in central NJ area.

MBRP 4-Inch Exhaust Stainless Steel (Turbo-Back) - MBS62

Its their 409 stainless single turbo back with 5" tip. for $515.00

I guesss youd have to order the test pipe separate to complete the new kit without the stock cat bolted back on?

Ive heard all these mbrp 4" kits are really 3.5" downpipes? I see lots of you guys have 4-5" full kits, does that mean your downpipe is this big really? Id hate to buy a 3.5" downpiped kit only later to realize it doesnt make much power with one of the SCT tuners and Livewire modules. I mainly tow trailers for my company so racing isnt what im looking for just all out torque while hauling around town :p
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Old 11-16-2007, 06:51 PM
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You dont want a 4" DP. It is nearly impossable to get them in right. Eventually it will rub thru the up-pipe. Most of the leading brands on the market have a 3.5" DP.
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Pat, don't you guys have a sale going on right now for exhausts??? I thought I saw a post about it

(I hope it was you )
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Old 11-16-2007, 07:16 PM
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I did send him a pm for the sale, and I'm sure I can match or beat anything Extreme is doing.

Thanks Brant!
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will the 4" dp rub on the 7.3s too? cause i installed mine and it seemed like i had plenty of room...
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good to go on the 7.3 bud!
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Old 11-16-2007, 07:34 PM
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heck yeah...had me worried lol...preciate it...
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