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DPF/DOC Delete Pipe Needed

Who has these in stock right now and which one is the best right now??
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You have a PM sir!
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Who has these in stock right now and which one is the best right now??
You can PM with price and availability.

TIA
Powerstroker67 is going to make the highest quality DPF/DOC Delete pipe. We make them in 4" and 5", and also have them ceramic coated, ready to ship. I will PM you with a price.

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Aaron is who I got mine from, as well as my suncoast tranny. highly recomend.
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We have them on our website. Please feel to take a look around.

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We have the Flo-Pro DPF/DOC delete pipe in stock, ready to ship. Here is a link.

Flo-Pro DPF/DOC Delete
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Is there a difference in sound with doing the DPF delete only or doing the DPF/DOC Pipe?

How long does it take to install these also?
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Is there a difference in sound with doing the DPF delete only or doing the DPF/DOC Pipe?

How long does it take to install these also?
Yes there is a sound difference between DPF only and CAT/DPF combination, noise levels change very little with DPF only. The CAT/DPF combination does increase the noise out the tailpipe, not a loud or rumble more of a turbo/ compressor sound. The stock muffler/tailpipe combination doesn't have much "muffler" in it, but when a CAT/DPF is used with an aftermarket exhaust that includes a muffle the sound is very nice. As far as install time, it depends on the brand and type pipe you use. Some pipes fit much better than others, EGT sensors or probes and the factory pressure sensor are the toughest part. Our pipes include the pressure sensor fitting so the factory one doesn't have to be remove. We pride ourselves or the highest quality and best fitting pipes, ask around and you will see. From downpipes to tailpipes, DPF only to full one piece CAT/DPF we have it all covered. We even build custom CAT/DPF pipes for every aftermarket exhaust systems to eliminate the 3.5" reduced sections that the aftermarket DPF back systems have. Here are some quick instuctions on the CAT/DPF pipe install. Let Aaron or know if we can help you.
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CAT/DPF OFFROAD Pipe install: NOTE DO NOT INSTALL PIPE WITHOUT HAVING THE PROPER PROGRAMMING IN HAND FIRST, INSTALL WITHOUT PROGRAMMING WILL RESULT IN REGEN/RUNNING PROBLEMS

1. Begin with cool exhaust system, spray the 3 EGT sensor with good penetrating oil approx. 1hr+ before removal begins.
2. Remove the 3 EGT sensors using a high quality 13mm line wrench or crows foot(DON'T HEAT SENSOR, DAMAGE AND RUNNING ISSUES WITH RESULT). Sometimes shocking the wrench helps break them loose, the rear one seems to be the worst.
3. Remove the 15mm nut holding the DPF pressure sensor brkt to the CAT/DPF flange,rotate the sensor brkt away from the stud the free up the hose from the factory nipple(BE CAREFUL,SENSOR IS PLASTIC AND VERY EASY TO BREAK).
4. Remove the 13mm nuts along the outside of the frame that hold the exhaust hanger brkts to the frame(pipe will be removed with hangers,rubbers and brkts still on the pipe).
5. Using a racket strap, apply pressure rearward on the factory muffler/tailpipe assemble to remove it from the factory DPF, set exhaust out of the way to make room to remove the CAT/DPF assemble.
6. Using a 13mm flex socket and extension, remove the 13mm headed bolts that hold the factory CAT/DPF to the down pipe(you don't have to hold the nuts,they are welded to the CAT flange).
7. Using a helper, remove the CAT/DPF assemble and brkts/mounts, THIS ASSEMBLE IS VERY HEAVY AND HELP IS NEEDED TO SAFELY REMOVE IT.
8. Install new pipe with supplied hardward to the down pipe, loosely set height and rotation of pipe to clear crossmember and snug the bolts(you can use and tiedown to hold the rear section of this new pipe and set height).
9. Now install the factory or aftermarket exhaust, if you run into a tight fit you can use a racket type strap to apply pressure forward and wiggle the junction up and down while keeping pressure on the strap.
10. Make sure not to rotate the rear pipe as it may twist the CAT/DPF pipe to downpipe alignment, once all pipes are properly aligned tighten the downpipe bolts,then tighten the clamp between the end on the new pipe and rear exhaust(stock or aftermarket).
11. Install EGT probes with a little never sieze on the threads, install pressure sensor onto pipe brkt with the hardware supplied.
12. Install proper programming BEFORE running the truck! Don't even start the truck while pipe is removed or sensor are unhooked, this will cause problems with the truck running.
13. Start truck and check for leaks,correct if needed. Check of proper clearance of wires,sensor and crossmember, fix if needed.

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Thanks...that clears it all up.
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Yes there is a sound difference between DPF only and CAT/DPF combination, noise levels change very little with DPF only. The CAT/DPF combination does increase the noise out the tailpipe, not a loud or rumble more of a turbo/ compressor sound. The stock muffler/tailpipe combination doesn't have much "muffler" in it, but when a CAT/DPF is used with an aftermarket exhaust that includes a muffle the sound is very nice. As far as install time, it depends on the brand and type pipe you use. Some pipes fit much better than others, EGT sensors or probes and the factory pressure sensor are the toughest part. Our pipes include the pressure sensor fitting so the factory one doesn't have to be remove. We pride ourselves or the highest quality and best fitting pipes, ask around and you will see. From downpipes to tailpipes, DPF only to full one piece CAT/DPF we have it all covered. We even build custom CAT/DPF pipes for every aftermarket exhaust systems to eliminate the 3.5" reduced sections that the aftermarket DPF back systems have. Here are some quick instuctions on the CAT/DPF pipe install. Let Aaron or know if we can help you.
Sean




CAT/DPF OFFROAD Pipe install: NOTE DO NOT INSTALL PIPE WITHOUT HAVING THE PROPER PROGRAMMING IN HAND FIRST, INSTALL WITHOUT PROGRAMMING WILL RESULT IN REGEN/RUNNING PROBLEMS

1. Begin with cool exhaust system, spray the 3 EGT sensor with good penetrating oil approx. 1hr+ before removal begins.
2. Remove the 3 EGT sensors using a high quality 13mm line wrench or crows foot(DON'T HEAT SENSOR, DAMAGE AND RUNNING ISSUES WITH RESULT). Sometimes shocking the wrench helps break them loose, the rear one seems to be the worst.
3. Remove the 15mm nut holding the DPF pressure sensor brkt to the CAT/DPF flange,rotate the sensor brkt away from the stud the free up the hose from the factory nipple(BE CAREFUL,SENSOR IS PLASTIC AND VERY EASY TO BREAK).
4. Remove the 13mm nuts along the outside of the frame that hold the exhaust hanger brkts to the frame(pipe will be removed with hangers,rubbers and brkts still on the pipe).
5. Using a racket strap, apply pressure rearward on the factory muffler/tailpipe assemble to remove it from the factory DPF, set exhaust out of the way to make room to remove the CAT/DPF assemble.
6. Using a 13mm flex socket and extension, remove the 13mm headed bolts that hold the factory CAT/DPF to the down pipe(you don't have to hold the nuts,they are welded to the CAT flange).
7. Using a helper, remove the CAT/DPF assemble and brkts/mounts, THIS ASSEMBLE IS VERY HEAVY AND HELP IS NEEDED TO SAFELY REMOVE IT.
8. Install new pipe with supplied hardward to the down pipe, loosely set height and rotation of pipe to clear crossmember and snug the bolts(you can use and tiedown to hold the rear section of this new pipe and set height).
9. Now install the factory or aftermarket exhaust, if you run into a tight fit you can use a racket type strap to apply pressure forward and wiggle the junction up and down while keeping pressure on the strap.
10. Make sure not to rotate the rear pipe as it may twist the CAT/DPF pipe to downpipe alignment, once all pipes are properly aligned tighten the downpipe bolts,then tighten the clamp between the end on the new pipe and rear exhaust(stock or aftermarket).
11. Install EGT probes with a little never sieze on the threads, install pressure sensor onto pipe brkt with the hardware supplied.
12. Install proper programming BEFORE running the truck! Don't even start the truck while pipe is removed or sensor are unhooked, this will cause problems with the truck running.
13. Start truck and check for leaks,correct if needed. Check of proper clearance of wires,sensor and crossmember, fix if needed.
Only thing I would like to add here -- It may be easier to remove the DPF from the DOC before removal, just from the standpoint of them things are HEAAAAAAAVY, and it's a lot more manageable in two pieces.

However, you'll need to replace the gasket if you do this, and the gasket/nut kit isn't cheap.
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