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DPF Back Exhaust

I know it it has probably been answered but what exhaust do you recommend for DPF back? I have a delete pipe the problem is when I go into the shop. The exhaust looks rusted and used the DPF looks brand new. I figure maybe a SS or something might not make it look so noticble!! But want to make sure the temps stay down.
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anything SS will hold up better, aFe and MBRP makes a really nice dpf back exhaust.

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I know it it has probably been answered but what exhaust do you recommend for DPF back? I have a delete pipe the problem is when I go into the shop. The exhaust looks rusted and used the DPF looks brand new. I figure maybe a SS or something might not make it look so noticble!! But want to make sure the temps stay down.
BANKS makes an exhaust that cooler than the factory

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Do u know if banks is SS? I have heard that MRBP is a lot hotter coming out.. Is this true?
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Do u know if banks is SS? I have heard that MRBP is a lot hotter coming out.. Is this true?
BANKS advertise their exhaust temp. are 485* while MRBP was 790*, I'm still have my FACTORY EXHAUST

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I recommend going with MBRP

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Magnaflow or MBRP.

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banks products are better on 6.0 IMO

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08, curious y you like MRBP even know has hire temps? Do those temps affect EGT or is it just at the tail pipe?
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Well....I have a DPF delete on my truck, so those high temps aren't a factor at idle for me

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