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08 short bed stacks?

so i'm looking for some insite on my 08 short bed... i love the look of the stacks but not sure of it with the short bed... how much room with i lose in my bed? also how does it work with the sensors?i have a dpf delete in there right now... if i do a turbo back, then i'm guessing the new pipe with have the bungs for the sensors...?

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I'm not a fan of stacks. Also, on the trucks with DPF, they pretty much scream "Please fine me EPA!"

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Someone does make the DPF on stacks. Maybe its MBRP? But I do know that someone does make them, so it wouldn't scream it anymore than the smoke coming out of a factory exhaust.....\

Edit-- MBRP: http://mbrpautomotive.com/product_in...roducts_id=508
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anyone have any idea how much room i would love in my bed?

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I'd assume you're just going to lose about a 8ish inch deep portion of the front of the bed? You can see the setup of the MBRPs so just imagine that at whatever width pipe and tips and that's what you'll have in the front..... Am I missing something? Seems self-explanatory.....
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the reason i asked was that i didn't know how much room you need to leave as a buffer for heat

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