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looking for shop to do install

i live in st louis/st charles and i am looking for a diesel shop to do an install on a turbo back exhaust and a mini maxx tuner on my 2008 6.4. does anybody know any good places around here?

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6 Hours, Basic tools, and a 12pk of your choice beverage is all you need to get it done. As far as a shop, I dont know of any. I'm sure any exhaust shop would gladely take your money for an easy job like that. Tuner is super easy to install.

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well that sounds pretty good, i might just try to do it myself. when i do the exhaust, do the factory EGT sensors get put in the aftermarket exhaust?

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With a mini max you don't need the sensors in the exhaust.

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Just leave the sensors in the stock pipe.

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