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Old 08-03-2009, 11:26 PM
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Want some noise!!!

had the '08 for a while now with the Spartan and DOC/DPF delete and straight Flo-Pro 4" down-pipe back. still runnin the factory down-pipe.
truck is leveled and fixin to have some 20x9 with 35s so its not too big but got a good stance to it. well i have been wantin some new exhaust and really considered a single stack kit but im not sure how it will look with the truck not havin a lot of height to it. so i have been considerin a new setup other than the stack kit....but i deffinately want more noise than i have now...its almost silent unless your WOT!!!

deffinately wanna do a down-pipe, just not sure which is the best to go with.
i want one that fits well with no issues such as leakin or bangin on the firewall...and one that is fairly easy to install...also, not sure if i want aluminized or stainless...

and as far as the rest of the setup goes...would like to do a full 5" kit straight
but im not sure if i wanna do the Flo-Pro, HS Performance or whatever else.
i could always stick with the 4" i have now but the 5" tip i have just dont look big enough and i dont wanna do a bigger tip because the transition looks funny. havin a 4" pipe with a 7" or 8" tip dont look good to me. also not sure on the stainless or aluminized on this part either. just want a kit that fits good, looks good, and sounds good. but if 4" is what i need to stay with then i will keep what i got and add a downpipe....

can somebody shed some light on any setups???
thanks

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Old 08-04-2009, 02:14 AM
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We build a direct fit ball and socket type 4" downpipe(availble aluminized or ceramic coated) that is very easy to install, no cutting of firewall or banging it in. Aaron at dfpdeletekits.com just did an install and picture thread on this here. I run this downpipe connected to my 5" CAT/DPF pipe and a 5" Magnaflow(it has a nice 6" tip) system no muffler and it makes some noise. Not bad in the cab, but if the truck drives by you outside it makes some noise. That should do the trick for you. Feel free to contact Aaron or myself and we can get this stuff shipped right out. Thanks Sean
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Old 08-04-2009, 04:52 AM
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Sean's (powerstroker67) downpipe is probably the nicest, and easiest for reinstall of the DOC/DPF for dealership work. I wouldn't hestitate to let Aaron take care of you. I want to hear some before and afters of Sean's truck with the new downpipe and 5" exhaust.
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Old 08-04-2009, 05:17 AM
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We have a Flo~Pro 5" DP-back kit that is by far the most economical option out there and is available in Stainless or Aluminized, feel free to give us a call! Also, we have 3 different options on downpipes as well!
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Old 08-04-2009, 06:08 AM
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Sean's (powerstroker67) downpipe is probably the nicest, and easiest for reinstall of the DOC/DPF for dealership work. I wouldn't hestitate to let Aaron take care of you. I want to hear some before and afters of Sean's truck with the new downpipe and 5" exhaust.
I'm lucky I can even post this stuff, I'll have to find some computer wizard to make some sound/video's. Sorry I won't have a before though!
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Old 08-04-2009, 06:50 AM
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Powerstroker67....i would like to see some pics of the 5" Magnaflow and a video would be good. can you get a muffler delete pipe for the Magnaflow or do you have to weld some pipe in??? i looked at that write up on the new down pipe. looks like a good setup. i will check into it.

CobbsDieselPerformance...i believe yall are the ones who installed the Spartan on my truck. i bought the truck with the tuner and exhaust already done. but CobbsDiesePerformance flashes across the screen when it boots up...i will look into that 5" kit and also at the downpipes yall have.

i need to get prices on the various down pipes out there and also on the 5" aluminized and stainless kits available to see where im at. plus i wanna see pics and vids of a down pipe setup with the 5" kits.

thanks guys
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Old 08-04-2009, 07:02 AM
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The Magnaflows are offered both without muffler and with both muffler and muffler delete pipe in the same kit(bolt together no cutting or welding on these kits). Photo's I can handle, PM me your email. I'll let Aaron know to put price's together for you.
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