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Old 08-09-2013, 05:33 PM
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Getting new exhaust. Need help

I'll be ordering my new exhaust tomorrow. And I'm curious, since I'll be running a Spartan tuner.. do I need bungs or not? Will I need factory sensors for my Spartan to read exhaust temp? Or will it have it's own probe? I'm just lost cause I'm having a hard time finding 5" turbo back dpf/cat delete, without bungs so I'm curious if they are needed or not?

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Old 08-09-2013, 05:50 PM
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If no bungs, can someone give me a lead on where to get 5" turbo back without bungs? If I have to I'll go downpipe back. But I want to go turbo back. Please help.

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Old 08-09-2013, 06:42 PM
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You don't need exhaust with bungs when using the spartan. There is a sensor on the passenger side where the egt's are taken from. There should be all kinds of 5" turbo back systems but the downpipe on all those systems will still only be a 4". A new 4" downpipe will still be less restrictive than the stock one. I have a 5" dp back and it seems to be fine. Someday I'll switch out the downpipe but it's been working fine so far. Check out the flo-pro stuff. Any of the vendors on here should have a system you are looking for PTP, Rudy's etc...
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I we going to get diamond eye 5" delete exhaust. But I didnt know the downpipe would still be 4". Makes it easier for me that way.

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I we going to get diamond eye 5" delete exhaust. But I didnt know the downpipe would still be 4". Makes it easier for me that way.

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Yeah I don't think an actual 5" diameter downpipe would even fit in there. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure that the 4" takes it right to the limit for space available. Even with my 5" it doesn't turn into 5" until a couple feet back from the downpipe.
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I'm also in the market for a 5" exhaust and it would be easier for me to install a DP pipe rather than messing with the DP thru the engine compartment.

What kind of ballpark prices are "good" for the 5" DP back, aluminized?
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Old 08-10-2013, 05:51 AM
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I'll be paying 323 shipped for my 5" bungless aluminized exhaust

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