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Hey guys I'm new to this forum and new to diesels but i had a question I'm hoping some of you can answer. I have a 2010 F-250 6.4 and was wondering if putting on an aftermarket exhaust would void the warranty and/or screw up the regen system. Any advice or explanations are greatly appreciated, Thanks!!
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DPF back exhaust would not do anything to your warranty and will not affect regen, if you do a downpipe back exhaust system, that's when you start affecting warranty and such.

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Hey guys I'm new to this forum and new to diesels but i had a question I'm hoping some of you can answer. I have a 2010 F-250 6.4 and was wondering if putting on an aftermarket exhaust would void the warranty and/or screw up the regen system. Any advice or explanations are greatly appreciated, Thanks!!
no and no... because you could only do a filter back kit... it will give you no performance gains or sound diff..... only thing it will do is look better

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DPF Back would get rid of the muffler right? I would think it would sound a bit different

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just to add. I have hear dealers voiding warranty's for a dpf back exhaust systems as well.. Your call. There is not going to be much sound diff anyway unless u get rid of that dpf.

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Thanks for the replies. What would be a way to make it a little louder without voiding warranty? It almost makes me sad that this truck is so quiet. I don't want to go all out modifying this truck, i did that with my 150 (tuner, exhaust, CAI, lift, etc,) but i do want a little more noise out of it.
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Thanks for the replies. What would be a way to make it a little louder without voiding warranty? It almost makes me sad that this truck is so quiet. I don't want to go all out modifying this truck, i did that with my 150 (tuner, exhaust, CAI, lift, etc,) but i do want a little more noise out of it.
ill be honest... if your really worried about voiding the warranty do not do anything to the truck.... i always tell my customers you have to pay to play... so it is a possibility they could void it

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pretty much have to go all out or enjoy the quiet ride that Ford provided you with!
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just to add. I have hear dealers voiding warranty's for a dpf back exhaust systems as well.. Your call. There is not going to be much sound diff anyway unless u get rid of that dpf.
My truck has been to 3 different dealers & all were cool with it. I did ask them if they had a problem with a DPF back exhaust before I went to see them.
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My truck has been to 3 different dealers & all were cool with it. I did ask them if they had a problem with a DPF back exhaust before I went to see them.
Every dealer is diff. My dealer is cool was cool with all my aftermarket gadets. But a another dealer down the other way would void me and black flag me if they seen anything. Just have to feel them out before bringing it in

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