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Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Union, MO/ Pomona, CA
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If all you want to do is get rid of the dpf, I would get the cat/dpf delete pipe. The cat and dpf are bolted together and much easier to take of and put back on as 1 piece. No need to keep the cat and only do the dpf because the cat is restrictive also.
If you want a full system, they delete the cat and dpf and you can get them with or without a muffler. It doesn't matter if you get 4 or 5 inch. Difference will be a little sound and price.
That being said, I just put a Flo-Pro 4" from the downpipe back on my truck with a muffler and its just fine for me.
The delete pipe only would be about your cheapest route and get the most restrictive parts of your stock exhaust freed up. I just had to get rid of those goofy tips on the stock exhaust also.
2012 F350 XLT CCLB 4x4 6.7
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