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post #1 of 16 Old 07-02-2009, 06:18 AM Thread Starter
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ok so i finally put my 210 spartan and dpf cat delete in my truck... i have about 4,000 miles on it and i love it..... Now i have a few questions which dpf back system sounds the best the mbrp 5" installer series or the magnaflow 5" pro performance?... is there a noticable difference with gettin a 4" and a 5" i mainly just want my truck to be louder and throatier.. also how about those mbrp "smoker" stacks.. i just want to find the cheapest way to make it sound alot better i either want a big 6" or 7" tip out back or big stacks...
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I have never tried the magnaflow, nor heard one in person. So I can't really tell you if there is much difference between it and the MBRP. I do know that you will get a slightly deeper sound with the 5" compared to the 4". But if you are talking stacks, that's a whole different ball game.

I am running the 5" MBRP on mine, I personally love it. I do not like the vents (consmetic wise)on the tail pc, but I do understand their reasoning for putting them there, so..... Other than that, love it.

Good luck with your choice.

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I have not heard stacks in person yet but I have heard 5'' and 4'' setups and they all sound like a vacum.
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I have had both 4" and 5" and i prefer the 5" hands down. Sound is deeper and the vacum sound is not as noticable.

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I have the Magnaflow 5" DPF back exhaust on my truck with my 5" DPF/DOC delete pipe. I love the way mine sounds. 5" will give you a deeper sound. John Cobb has the same Magnaflow exhaust I do, but his is equipped with a muffler and it sounds great at idle and WOT. I am eventualy going to be putting a single 7" mitre cut stack on my truck. I think it will sound wicked with that on it.

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yea i gotcha now do yall think the mbrp stacks will be louder than a 5" dpf back?
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yea i gotcha now do yall think the mbrp stacks will be louder than a 5" dpf back?
If you put a big single stack (7" or 8") or dual 6" stacks, you will see a significant increase in sound. My 5" downpipe back is pretty loud, but I think that when I do the 7" single stack I will have a noticeably louder truck

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There isn't a whole lot of difference between a 4" or 5" except less turbo noise with a 5", however, if you want the loudest and best sound, stacks are the way to go

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alright well stacks seems the route im going haha now... is the mbrp setup the one to get and get i get dual 7" i also am going to cut them down a little bit i personally liek the stacks to be a little below the cab or flush......
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