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Old 12-12-2012, 01:33 PM
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Dpf question

So can I put whatever exhaust on my 6.4 as long as I have a programmer that disables the dpf?
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So can I put whatever exhaust on my 6.4 as long as I have a programmer that disables the dpf?
Yes. You can do just a delete pipe, a downpipe back or a turbo back.
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And don't worry about bungs for the pyro sensor, our trucks have a pyro sensor built in and the min maxx will use that one. You can get an exhaust without the bungs and zip tie the sensor wires up out of the way and leave the sensors in the stock DPF when you remove it.
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And don't worry about bungs for the pyro sensor, our trucks have a pyro sensor built in and the min maxx will use that one. You can get an exhaust without the bungs and zip tie the sensor wires up out of the way and leave the sensors in the stock DPF when you remove it.
If you get an H&S or Spartan you dont need bungs in the exhaust, there are some tuners out there that still require them though.
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Old 12-13-2012, 05:50 AM
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cheapest way is to buy just the Delete pipe, then a tuner that you dont need the bungs. if thats all you are after.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:04 AM
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Thanks guys, the reason I asked is because I would rather take my truck to an exhaust shop and tell them to run a 4" dp back for cheaper than buying one of those flo pros or mbrp exhausts.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:31 AM
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How cheap, you can find a killer deal on 4" dp back exhaust and install it your self and guarantee you save money. Exhaust is easy to out on too. To get the stock exhaust off, you need a 15mm deep well socket for the band clamp on the tail pipe and a 13mm swivel socket for the down pipe flange will make install a breeze.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:44 AM
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I seriously doubt your going to have a muffler shop make you and exhaust for cheaper than you can buy one for in 4" or larger. They don't have the ability to bend anything that large or make the correct flanges. In the end you'll more than likely end up with something hacked together with pieces of your stock exhaust.
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And don't worry about bungs for the pyro sensor, our trucks have a pyro sensor built in and the min maxx will use that one. You can get an exhaust without the bungs and zip tie the sensor wires up out of the way and leave the sensors in the stock DPF when you remove it.
where are the pyro sensors located? i have some guages and im needing to drill and tap. mabie i can piggy back off the stock one?
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