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Old 10-07-2013, 11:57 AM
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Using 6.0 exhaust on 6.4

So, I just got my MBRP 5" turbo-back exhaust from XDP! Too bad it is for a 6.0. Now, I did go back and triple check everything and it was not their fault. Not sure how I overlooked something like that, but I did.

So I can return it, but I don't really feel like shelling out more money for shipping. At least not until I am certain that I can not use it. I called MBRP and he told me to return it, saying nothing would line up right. However, while the hangers probably don't line up I think I could make that work. The only other thing I can think of that would be a problem would be the down pipe not fitting. Does anyone know if this is doable?

I would just like to see if this is even an option before I shell out god knows how much more money for shipping this heavy *** container. Thanks.
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So, I just got my MBRP 5" turbo-back exhaust from XDP! Too bad it is for a 6.0. Now, I did go back and triple check everything and it was not their fault. Not sure how I overlooked something like that, but I did.

So I can return it, but I don't really feel like shelling out more money for shipping. At least not until I am certain that I can not use it. I called MBRP and he told me to return it, saying nothing would line up right. However, while the hangers probably don't line up I think I could make that work. The only other thing I can think of that would be a problem would be the down pipe not fitting. Does anyone know if this is doable?

I would just like to see if this is even an option before I shell out god knows how much more money for shipping this heavy *** container. Thanks.
Return it ! sorry it wont work
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Old 10-07-2013, 02:44 PM
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Annnnd I just realized I put this in the wrong section, damnit. Thanks for the reply though!

Could I get a mod to move this to the 6.4 section, please?
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I'll move it for ya.
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Return it. Two different animals.
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