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Old 05-03-2010, 06:18 PM
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DPF/CAT Delete Pipes Built

It's now over 90" longs vs. the 70" long one piece pipe we build for the 6.4 trucks. This was the second generation of prototypes,the final version with not have the two welds that are present in the front half of this pipe. The final production with have no welded joints. Should be listed on the website in 2-3 weeks.

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The pic doesn't work. Damn, that's getting big though!
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soooo no bungs?... so sensors?.. im guessing it'll all be controlled by the tuner..like the h&s controls theres
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soooo no bungs?... so sensors?.. im guessing it'll all be controlled by the tuner..like the h&s controls theres
No sensors in the exhaust at all, nothing. This will work with both Spartan and KEM 6.7L tuning.
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What sizes are you guys going to offer?
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wow emissions crap just keeps getting bigger... are the 6.7s going to sound like the other powerstrokes?
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wow emissions crap just keeps getting bigger... are the 6.7s going to sound like the other powerstrokes?
First 6.7 Straightpipe Video Clips
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What sizes are you guys going to offer?
Right now 4" inch to start, they pipes are being boxed today and should start shipping Thursday. Will will be making a 5" pipe, but are waiting on the aftermarket company's to buid DPF back kits first. Still finishing the kit/plate to block off the URI and mount the injector to the frame so you don't have to open up the system or disconnect anything. This makes returning the truck to stock easier.
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With no sensors in the exhaust, is a tuner even required or will the truck still through codes.
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