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Which exhaust?

I have a stock '03 6.0 with a Bullydog programmer & foam air filter. Which exhaust do you suggest? Cat back? Turbo back? Which brand? Thanks for any help.
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i have a turbo back off road MBRP and love it, the down pipe is 3.5'' then goes to 4" to 5" all the way back with a 6" tip and love it. I took the muffler off but didnt like it i think it has a better tone with the muffler on it.
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I'd recommend a 4" turbo back with no cat and no muffler. Doesn't really matter what brand. I see lots of folks use Farm Boys budget exhaust. I priced a four inch tb and it was gonna be $300 shipped with the cat delete pipe and muffler delete.

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Full 4" turbo back at the best price available. Cat back is worthless unless you are concerned about emissions test

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the MBRP exhaust sound great and alot of turbo whistle
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Full 4" turbo back at the best price available. Cat back is worthless unless you are concerned about emissions test
Agreed, my Magnaflow was a killer deal for half price 4" TB stainless steel w/ 5" tip.

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4" TB Magnaflow Exhaust w/ 5" tip
AFE stage 2 PG 7 W/Pre-Filter
Superchips Prgmr 150HP/225TQ
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Full 4" turbo back at the best price available. Cat back is worthless unless you are concerned about emissions test
+1

My 5" was cheaper than the MBRP 4", and it sounds the same as the 4" MBRP. Just as long as you get a mandriln bent your good.

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I have the magnaflow too and love it

I have the magnaflow too and love it, they are cheaper on ebay but I wanted a warranty (the salt on the roads here in winter kills an exhaust) so I got it here magnaflow 15965, or you can try one of the vendors here, they are always running sales/specials. either way its a great system and very easy to install.

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I got mine cheap on ebay with free tip and lifetime warranty.

8" Lift
38" Toyo MT's
DIY Traction Bars
Zoodad-AIH Delete-Foil Delete
Adjust. Wastegate
ISSIPRO Performax Gauges
4" TB Magnaflow Exhaust w/ 5" tip
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i suggest a 4" TB kit... if your looking for just a AL kit then our budget kit works great.. if your looking for a SS kit then the MBRP kit is really good

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