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Old 10-12-2012, 02:37 PM
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how do i make it smoke??

now that i got your attention im not worried about smoke lol but i am about to pull the trigger on deleting the new 6.7. already have the h&s from my 6.4 but cant decide on exhaust. how do these sound with just the delete pipe? is the 5in worth 250 extra dollars? i wont be running any high hp tunes. anybody on here with just a delete pipe? do u like it?
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now that i got your attention im not worried about smoke lol but i am about to pull the trigger on deleting the new 6.7. already have the h&s from my 6.4 but cant decide on exhaust. how do these sound with just the delete pipe? is the 5in worth 250 extra dollars? i wont be running any high hp tunes. anybody on here with just a delete pipe? do u like it?
Go cheap, buy just the delete pipe. And in 2 months u will buy a straight pipe. Just do it right from the start.

I have seen people on here selling the delete pipe to go to a full exaust several times.

You did get my attention with the title of the post, I was going to yell at the diesel ricer.
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ur probly right i think ill get the 5in. cheapest ive found was on ebay 5in flo pro for $355 shipped. is that a good price?
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You just spent 60k on a truck and your worried about $250? Do it right.

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lol @ 5" being "right"

the truck won't make any extra power, even on the biggest tune you can get for that truck... if you want 5"? get it... if you don't? don't...
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ur probly right i think ill get the 5in. cheapest ive found was on ebay 5in flo pro for $355 shipped. is that a good price?
That is a good deal.

5" is right if that's what the owner wants.
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Who said anything about extra power? OP mentioned 5". If he's anything like me and he got the delete pipe, the 5" would always be in the back of is mind. Then end up buying the 5" anyway, spending money twice. Thus being "right".

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for the amount of power your going to be running you will actually get more power from 4 inch lol
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for the amount of power your going to be running you will actually get more power from 4 inch lol
Can you explain your reasoning as to why 4'' would make more power than 5''?
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i ended up ordering the 5in on ebay for $345 shipped i hope it sounds good. i really liked the way my 6.4 sounded with 4in sounded like a jet. hopefully ill be just as satisfied with the 6.7. kinda nevous programming at 1600 miles
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