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Question best priced intake, exhaust, and ladder bars??

i have a 09 F250 4x4 extended cab long bed with a dpf delete and black max. i want to put an intake, turbo back, and ladder bars on it. i perfer a single pipe and read that there is not much difference between the 4" and 5" after the down pipe so i guess either is fine? what is the best option for me and where is the best priced place for me to buy? thanks for any guidance!
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Call Rudys diesel performance he has the best prices on everything you want, trust me you won't go wrong with his knowledge and skill, one of the best in the biz
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i have a 09 F250 4x4 extended cab long bed with a dpf delete and black max. i want to put an intake, turbo back, and ladder bars on it. i perfer a single pipe and read that there is not much difference between the 4" and 5" after the down pipe so i guess either is fine? what is the best option for me and where is the best priced place for me to buy? thanks for any guidance!
We can help with the intake and exhaust. Give me a holler if youd like to go over options/pricing.



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I have the same truck and I put the ProComp traction bars on mine. Took about 3 hours and wasn't that hard to do. Price was about $500. They work great. I'm running the 125KEM tune
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Rudy's and go with the S&B intake
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I would also like to know about some ladder bars

2008 F250 CC Fx4
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anybody ever heard of aligator performance? they just priced me a very aggressive package price on an s&b intake, flow pro turbo back exhaust, and pro comp ladder bars with mount
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is there a big advantage of the 5" exhaust over the 4" if you are doing a turbo back system?
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I recently asked on here what ladder bars to go with and pro comp was not highly recomended, do a search.
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is there a big advantage of the 5" exhaust over the 4" if you are doing a turbo back system?
my exhaust is still in shipping, but I researched the hell out of it here first.

the 5" exhaust is 4" downpipe and 4" 'til it's past the trans x-member, then up to 5". the 5" will give better sound (less hairdryer), but nothing in performance over the 4". a muffler will reduce the hairdryer effect slightly as well.
go with the 5" if you want the aggressive sound, 4" if you don't mind it's sound. youtube has all kinds of sound clips of the differences.

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