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Old 01-24-2008, 11:54 AM
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Stacks next Wednesday!

Shop got my MBRP stainless Steel stacks in today (was gonna go with Grand Rock but they are WAY behind), and got my appointment for the dual 5" Mitre cut stacks next wednesday at 3pm. Ill up date in here when i get pictures up
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Are you installing them or having someone else install them for you?
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Im installing them with the shop owner watchin and givin tips, since i don't have the actual stuff myself to cut it all out. All my tools are back home.
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oh hell yeah an 08 with stacks
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Im installing them with the shop owner watchin and givin tips, since i don't have the actual stuff myself to cut it all out. All my tools are back home.
10-4 good deal. Nothing like doing it yourself.

I'll give you a tip though. When doing the downpipe use an air ratchet or similar air tool when taking the nut off or putting it back on with the new downpipe. It will make things go a ton faster.

Also, do not tighten everything up until everything is setup. Ask SDDan about that

When you do tighten everything up - start from the front and work your way back. You'll need a 4" hole saw if your pipe is 4" into the bed, and some drill bits for the hangers in the bed.

G'luck!
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oh hell yeah an 08 with stacks
Oh yeh, forgot that while writing my above post.

I've never installed an exhaust on a 6.4 yet... however I'm sure it won't be much different. Is there even a turboback system yet or are you coming off the stock exhaust and up into the bed?
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Yea hes gonna fab the delete pipe, and get the sensors back in, since i can't wield for crap. Gonna be a good day

I think its something like 72" from the flange on the downpipe to the seam of the truck bed for a super cab, so thats what hes gettin together
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Oh yeh, forgot that while writing my above post.

I've never installed an exhaust on a 6.4 yet... however I'm sure it won't be much different. Is there even a turboback system yet or are you coming off the stock exhaust and up into the bed?
No there isn't a turbo back yet....there's a DPF back and DPF delete back exhaust....the DP is already 4" and mandrel bent....the only thing is that it has a small cat on it....can't wait to see the stacks man!!!
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You need to get yours on man!!
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You need to get yours on man!!
Yeah you ain't kidding....there is a lot that I need to get on the truck....but nothing is coming in .....believe me as soon as the stacks get here, I'm taking the rest of the day off and installing them....but I went with Grand Rock...so they might be behind a little
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