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Old 02-09-2011, 06:12 PM
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5" Exhaust is on

Put my 5" Magnaflow w/muffler dpf back exhaust on and i will say the fit and look is great. 5" pipe and 6" tip is perfect for this truck. Sound is nice and deep at idle and sounds the way the truck should wot. If you are on the fence about a 5" exhaust with a muffler, i say do it. No more hair dryer sound!



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Looks great! Do you have any videos?
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no not yet might make a vid this weekend as we should have a nice weekend in the 40's with no snow
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i want the magnaflow system also but read posts that said a dpf back exhaust was a waste of money because it didn't make any sound. you have the muffler and it sounds great? then i want one, could you share which system you purchased? thanks
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What did you have before? I went from 4" to 5" both turbo back, both no muffler. Not much of any change other than a little lower egt and maybe a little deeper tone. Still the same hiss. I want to cut down on the hiss, but not the tone.
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i want the magnaflow system also but read posts that said a dpf back exhaust was a waste of money because it didn't make any sound. you have the muffler and it sounds great? then i want one, could you share which system you purchased? thanks
A dpf back system is a wast of money if you still have a dpf "wink wink" and the part number of the kit i got was 16984

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What did you have before? I went from 4" to 5" both turbo back, both no muffler. Not much of any change other than a little lower egt and maybe a little deeper tone. Still the same hiss. I want to cut down on the hiss, but not the tone.
Had the stock dpf back exhaust. the magnaflow kit has both a muffler and muffler delete pipe, and with out a muffler it still had some hair dryer sound. Put the muffler in and 95% of the hair dryer sound went away. see if you can add a muffler to your set up and your'll be happy
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X2 I like mine alot better with the muffler vs before straight piped.
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Magnaflow is one of, maybe the only company, that has a muffler with some of their DPF back kits. That is the kit we recommend most to people looking to get rid of the turbo sound on their 6.4L.
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I love the turbo sound of the 6.4 when its breathing freely.
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I love the turbo sound of the 6.4 when its breathing freely.
x1000, who doesnt like a good turbo whine?
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