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Old 09-21-2009, 10:12 AM
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I have been searching the site but cannot find who I saw making a 5" downpipe that will fit a 2008 6.4L. Please point me in the right direction if possible.
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Old 09-21-2009, 10:32 AM
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There is not a 5" available. It won't fit. 4" is as big as you can get.
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Old 09-24-2009, 07:09 AM
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anyone run 6" downpipe back i saw a 6.0 like that that the nationals at englishtown last weeeknd
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anyone run 6" downpipe back i saw a 6.0 like that that the nationals at englishtown last weeeknd
I am guessing some one custom made that but i could be wrong 6" just seems like overkill...
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Yea, I would say that would have to be custom made as well. You would definitely have to get it custom made for these trucks.
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Old 09-24-2009, 04:23 PM
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o yea ino itd be custom haha im actully thinkin about getting rid of my mbrp 5" dpf back and getting a 4" down pipe and 6-8" single stack what do yall think sounds better single or dual stacks? i want louder
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o yea ino itd be custom haha im actully thinkin about getting rid of my mbrp 5" dpf back and getting a 4" down pipe and 6-8" single stack what do yall think sounds better single or dual stacks? i want louder
no stacks looks best.

Sorry jeff, but i really despise stacks
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Old 09-24-2009, 04:57 PM
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o yea ino itd be custom haha im actully thinkin about getting rid of my mbrp 5" dpf back and getting a 4" down pipe and 6-8" single stack what do yall think sounds better single or dual stacks? i want louder
Sounds like my setup I like the single 6" that I have on my truck. It is really loud in the cab though and takes some getting used to. Other than that I am very happy with it!!

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no stacks looks best.

Sorry jeff, but i really despise stacks
I understand, everyone likes what they like. I have had both setups and like both setups. Just thought I would be different
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Old 09-24-2009, 05:25 PM
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I just went to dual 6 inch stacks in flat black on my white ccsb f350. It turned out pretty good.
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I put the stack in his truck and I was wiping the tears away as I was drilling the hole in the bed. I am not a big fan of them at all but Jeff's looks killer. Our race truck will have a 6" black stack in it when the time comes.
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