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Flo-Pro 5" DPF/Cat Delete Pipe?

I was wondering if it would be possible to just put on the Flo-Pro 5" DPF/Cat Delete Pipe and thats it. Do I need the rest of the pipe to go out the back of the truck or can I go and get a pipe to direct the exhaust out the side of the truck in front of the rear tire, or straight down towards the ground.

Any thought on this?

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If you do decide to not use the back half of the system, I'll buy it off you. I already have a DPF/ DOC delete pipe in place with stock from there back, so I only need the back half. Shoot me a PM if you want to sell the back half
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Just installed the flopro 5" dp back system last night. I have an extra piece that was for lond beds (I assume). How long of a peice do you need? there are no bungs in it.
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I need the hole DPF back part. The OP said he wanted to run a turn out after the DPF deleted which would leave the whole DPF back part unused. I ordered/ installed a Spartan package deal awhile back that came with a DPF/DOC delete pipe but still uses the stock DPF back . So it would work pretty well if OP ordered the full system and only intends to use the DPF delete section and a custom turn out.
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I was wondering if it would be possible to just put on the Flo-Pro 5" DPF/Cat Delete Pipe and thats it. Do I need the rest of the pipe to go out the back of the truck or can I go and get a pipe to direct the exhaust out the side of the truck in front of the rear tire, or straight down towards the ground.

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Your stock exhaust is 3.5... why would you want to put a 5 inch DPF delete pipe between that?

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I would remove the entire stock exhaust, then put on the 5" DOC/DPF delete pipe then dump it straight out in front on my passenger rear tire. I wouldn't need the whole 5" exhaust system. Im trying to make it easier to take off and on because here in Nevada I have to get my truck smoged and inspected every year.

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OK I understand that theory but I will try and talk you out of dumping it before the rear tire like 100's did to me when i posted the thought on here.. don't do it.. your read tire will constantly be dirty from the exhaust.

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