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Old 07-20-2012, 08:17 PM
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DPF/Stacks???

I've searched high and low but haven't found anything yet..does anyone know if it's possible to run stacks with a DPF installed? Or has anyone done it? I'm just wondering if there's any potential issues that could arise...and if the DPF is even too long to install stacks in the first place....

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It would take some very creative exhaust plumbing to do stacks with the Dpf, it goes too far back for it to work well.


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Old 07-20-2012, 11:49 PM
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That was my concern...my DPF is removed currently, but it's in the garage still in case I have some warranty work come up...looks like I'll be runnin side exhaust for another 60k miles lol
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You can run a DPF back stack kit.

MBRP 6.4L DPF Back Stack Kit
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Old 07-23-2012, 07:15 AM
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That's awesome, Nate! Would this work with my current exhaust I have installed? I've got 5" FloPro....Basically I'm wanting to keep my 5" straight pipe, and run stacks...but be able to throw the DPF back on if needed without having to lose my stacks. Do ya think it would work?
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Old 07-23-2012, 07:21 AM
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I dont think so. Thi skit is meant to bolt up to the back side of the DPF, it would use the 3.5" slip joint.
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I don't know how far back the DPF goes but if you really wanted to do stacks you could use a bit more flex pipe to come up and turn it towards the cab again. The problem there would be a lot of restriction because of a "U" in the piping. You could run stacks and no DPF then do the weird creative ghetto flex pipe if you need to do warranty work...
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