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Old 06-16-2011, 06:15 PM
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MBRP's 6.7L Parts Offering:

Available at any of the fine MBRP dealers that sponsor this board.

S6248SLM 4" Filter Back, Single, No Muffler, T409 Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C6280PLM 5" Down pipe back, DPF Delete, without bungs, without muffler - PLM Series Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C6280SLM 5" Down pipe back, DPF Delete, without bungs, without muffler - SLM Series Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C6260PLM 4" Down pipe back, DPF Delete, without bungs, without muffler - PLM Series Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C6260SLM 4" Down pipe back, DPF Delete, without bungs, without muffler - SLM Series Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C6262P 4" Down pipe back, DPF Delete, without bungs, with muffler - P Series Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C1652ALNB 4" Cat and DPF Delete without bungs, AL Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011

C1652409NB 4" Cat and DPF Delete without bungs, T409 Ford F250/350/450 6.7L 2011
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Old 06-16-2011, 06:37 PM
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Jesse, I bought the MBRP 5" dpf back exhaust and I was wondering when I actually do wanna do the dpf delete is there a kit to go from the down pipe to the end of the dpf and tie into my existing filter back piping?? Or did I just waste $400?
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Old 06-16-2011, 07:01 PM
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Any of the DPF/CAT pipes will butt right up with your DPF back exhaust. They are only 4" currently though.
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Old 06-16-2011, 07:12 PM
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Any plans on making a 5" dpf/cat pipe?
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Old 06-17-2011, 07:07 AM
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Yes, we have plans, however the demand is very low and likely will push it out several months. Most folks who purchase DPF/CAT pipes are just replacing those parts. Rarely do they mate those to the factory 4" DPF back portion. If 5" is the plan that usually go with a full kit right off the bat. Make sense?
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Old 06-17-2011, 07:24 AM
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Question may have been ask/answered in another area, but if I delete the DPF, will the truck still go into cleaning mode?
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Old 06-17-2011, 07:36 AM
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You'll need a tuner like H&S, Spartan, Edge...etc in order to run a system.
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