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Old 09-26-2008, 07:43 PM
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i'm tryin to find a 5-inch turbo back straight pipe no cat, dpf, muffler, NOTHIN, for my crew cab short bed 6.4! anyone with it or websites??? THANKS
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Old 09-26-2008, 07:59 PM
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pure diesel power has a 4inch turbo down pipe back exhuast that is a fully deleted staight pipe for the 6.4 It will probably be my next purchase.
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Gonna be tough for you to install unless your taken the cab or transmission off/out
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ya you dont want a turbo back he wants a down pipe back
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Gonna be tough for you to install unless your taken the cab or transmission off/out
OOOOOOH. i was wanderin why no one sells a turbo back exhaust. i've been under the truck to check it all out, but i never thought about stuff in the way. is it totally impossible to put on unless you take the tranny or cab off? is it worth the effort to get a turbo back or is there no difference in performance/sound?
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are you going to get the programer to turn off regen with the dpf, JUst wanted to let you know that you cant delete it without the tuner. or it will go into consant regen.
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are you going to get the programer to turn off regen with the dpf, JUst wanted to let you know that you cant delete it without the tuner. or it will go into consant regen.
what he said and i wouldnt worry bout gettin a turbo back bcuz the stick dp is big enough and thay dp back systme would be your best bet
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Only reason I would go bigger down pipe is if I took out the tranny (again) or get the cab lifted, and even then I don't think I would do 5" stock is supposedly 3.5" I haven't seen it or measured it. I would do a 4 or 4.5 just to help with EGTs but not worth it unless one of the two happen above.
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Old 09-28-2008, 06:40 AM
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When doing the dpf delete and straight piping the exhaust, is it best to leave the muffler, put on a performance muffler, or do away with it all? I stopped in a local exhaust shop the other day and the guy said he could straight pipe it but he doesn't have the bungs to put the sensors back in. Anyone know where to get the right bungs?
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Old 09-28-2008, 08:36 AM
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I dunno about the bungs you gotta hve em though thats for sure. Id do away with the muffler all together but thats just me
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