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Old 06-14-2008, 06:31 PM
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exhaust help please !!!

I have a 05 with the 6.0 power stroke, would it hurt anything if i
cut the cat converter and muffler out and just put in a piece of
straight pipe ???
Or would i be better off going with a cat back system and keeping the converter ???
Money is kind of tight.
Thanks for all your help!
05 f350 crew cab longbed
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they sell delete pipes that bolt right in place of your cat and muffler, or you could weld a piece in
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could probably get it done at a muffler shop for about $50 bucks
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Won't hurt a thing, you're good. Going a bit larger than stock you'll really enjoy.
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i second that what rodslinger said
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Thanks for all the help, do you know where i can buy the muffler or cat delete pipe?
All the aftermarket exhaust i see in the mags dont say anything about muffler or cat delete pipes, just complete systems with mufflers or catback. Thanks again everyone
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I really think you'll just end up spending more money going that route. I think it will be cheaper to go to your local muffler shop and ask them to weld in a piece of straight pipe.
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if you dont wanna spend too much money just cut out the cat and muffler and weld in a piece of straight pipe. as for a kit, they usually come with enough extra pipe to delete everything
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i seen one for like 50 or 60 bucks somewhere online here google it and you should find something
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Welcome to the .org talk with farmboysdiesel here and he sells very good 4inch turbo back systems with cat and muff delete for very cheap and its very good stuff!
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