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Old 10-29-2013, 05:20 PM
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6.4 Exhaust tailpipe

Anyone know if the tailpipe from a 6.0 will fit the 6.4?

I found a nice used 4" stainless dual outlet (1 each side) cat-back system at a pick n pull, but it is on a 6.0L PS. I`d like to know if I can tweak it to work on my 6.4 without totally redesigning the system. I can get the system for a decent price.

I want to do a DPF/Cat delete, so adding a nice SS system at the same time would be nice.

I have both MIG & TIG welders in my shop, so cut & weld is OK, but I am not interested in wasting my time totally hacking up a system just to save a few $$.
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Old 10-29-2013, 05:56 PM
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I hope its a lot cheaper then this
833 Ford Powerstroke 2008 2009 F250 F350 6 4L 4" DPF Cat Delete Exhaust | eBay
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Old 10-30-2013, 05:57 PM
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That monster system is not a stainless dual outlet, so the price doesn`t compare. That said, you can't beat the price with free shipping. The used stainless system I found can be had for $200.

I still need to know if the "over the axle" pipes are routed in the same fashion on the 6.0as the 6.4. Hangers are a minor issue easily resolved with a welder and some material. will a 4" 6.0 tailpipe be a close enough fit that I can make it work with a CAT/DPF delete on my 6.4?
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Yup. Hangers should be in the exact same spot for ya so that should be easy. Just get a 4" dpf delete pipe and it shouldn't take much to connect the two
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