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Old 12-11-2010, 08:01 AM
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6.0 Y pipe Question

My y pipe is leaking from the braided section so I'm going to be looking at replacing it soon. I really don't like replacing a stock part with another stock part, I would rather upgrade to something with more power or better reliability. My question is does anyone have any exprience with the part below. Looks to me like it may be more reliable then the stock y pipe.

Diesel Part # ford60ypipefull - Ford 6.0 Long Y Pipe - Diesel Performance Parts
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Old 12-11-2010, 08:36 AM
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I don't know so i will ask, do you still have your egr cooler? that long pipe is for the cooler removed. I am running that pipe and it is a great upgrade. after cracking my up pipe 2 times using stockers. I upgraded to this one. I have had no issues with it.
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Old 12-11-2010, 08:43 AM
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I just had arp headstuds installed and the egr deleted so... nope no egr cooler Does this part being solid make the install harder? That's one thing I was worried about.
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nope not any harder at all
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Oh and by the way, very nice looking truck.
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Did you do the install yourself?
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Oh and by the way, very nice looking truck.
thanks its just a work truck
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Old 12-11-2010, 09:07 AM
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Did you do the install yourself?
I was there when it went in, it was installed when we had the cab lifted when we fire ringed the heads
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I didn't know my y pipe was leaking till just after I had the studs and egr work done so I'm going to try and replace it with the cab on the truck.
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I didn't know my y pipe was leaking till just after I had the studs and egr work done so I'm going to try and replace it with the cab on the truck.
you should be able to with no problems
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