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whats the best DPF back exhaust

I am new to the site. Been reading and learning for a few months now and thought it was time to join! so i have had my F-350 now for about 6 months now. The only performance mod I have done is an Airaid Intake. I want to add an exhaust system that will retain the DPF. does anyone have any suggestions? I had Magnaflow on my 6.0 and loved it!
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I am new to the site. Been reading and learning for a few months now and thought it was time to join! so i have had my F-350 now for about 6 months now. The only performance mod I have done is an Airaid Intake. I want to add an exhaust system that will retain the DPF. does anyone have any suggestions? I had Magnaflow on my 6.0 and loved it!
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A filter back exhaust will be purely cosmetic, it will not change the sound of the truck at all. Check out ptp for exhausts, they have good pricing.
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He's right. It doesn't matter which one you get. Buy the one you think looks cool. Lmao. You could just get a new tip and do the same thing. You won't gain anything but looks.

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Ok so a waste of money is see. Not used to this new 6.7 with all the emission stuff. So no exhaust is worth any MPG or HP unless i delete the DPF then.
So is everyone removing the entire factory exhaust all the way to the turbo? or what are the options out there?
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It's between a dpf delete pipe, which simply replaces the dpf piping, or a full downpipe back exhaust. My advice would be choosing a full downpipe back exhaust, they offer 4" or 5"

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Most people are doing down pipe back 4" or 5" kits. MBRP is by far our top seller for the 6.7L and what we recommend.



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by doing a full turbo back exhaust are these truck owners then working on it themselves and/or how would one eliminate the def fluid? is there tuning for that to disable the whole def fluid system to avoid cel's?
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Yes you are not deleting the exhaust without a tuner, you have to unhook all the sensors and tune the truck to ignore all that stuff. Plus yes your on your own unless you have a ford dealer who doesnt care but you could void your warranty obviously.
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I've been told that the delete pipe and tuner will be good cause if u need to return it to stock u can real easy

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Check with Gale Banks. Their ads indicate reduced backpressure, lower outlet temps, and better sound after DPF. I would phone them instead of emailing. Talk to the rep and have your questions ready when you call. Be as specific as possible with your questions, don't cut them any slack. 1-800-399-0491
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