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Old 12-05-2013, 03:46 PM
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Exhaust- filter back

Has anyone bought the exhaust like afe, for example that is dpf back and does it change the tone or anything?
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Old 12-05-2013, 07:47 PM
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Dpf back isn't going to do anything but make your wallet a little lighter. Only thing it changes is cosmetic (looks)
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:08 AM
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Thanks for the advice, that is what I figured. What about a intake?
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Old 12-13-2013, 01:00 PM
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Does removing the dfp and adding a full blown exhaust void the warranty?
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I'm actually getting DPF-Back Dual Split Exhaust from MRBP installed right now. I would agree that it's made the wallet tighter, but I'll try and verify the rest in the coming weeks. Yes, anything to do with emissions including, intake, exhaust, and ECM programming will void the warranty. I'm probably pushing it by getting this dual exit exhaust put on, but I like symmetry.
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I'm actually getting DPF-Back Dual Split Exhaust from MRBP installed right now. I would agree that it's made the wallet tighter, but I'll try and verify the rest in the coming weeks. Yes, anything to do with emissions including, intake, exhaust, and ECM programming will void the warranty. I'm probably pushing it by getting this dual exit exhaust put on, but I like symmetry.
You'll regret that in no time. Should of deleted it. Total waste of money. Sorry to be so blunt but just being honest.
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I saw a guy the other day with the MBRP duals kit and I was like yippy the first deleted 6.7 in town to mess with we took off and his truck was silent !! I thought we were about to make a chorus of turbo noises haha Its def a good look though !!
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Old 12-13-2013, 06:44 PM
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I saw a guy the other day with the MBRP duals kit and I was like yippy the first deleted 6.7 in town to mess with we took off and his truck was silent !! I thought we were about to make a chorus of turbo noises haha Its def a good look though !!
Almost as bad as putting stacks on a gasser.

I just have a hard time getting past the "fakeness".
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Old 12-13-2013, 07:19 PM
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Almost as bad as putting stacks on a gasser.

I just have a hard time getting past the "fakeness".
Holy hell have you seen that before ??? I live in a logging town full of diesels if any of the rednecks in my town ever saw a gas truck with stacks there would be some chains involved or massive recovery straps and dragging involved
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Holy hell have you seen that before ??? I live in a logging town full of diesels if any of the rednecks in my town ever saw a gas truck with stacks there would be some chains involved or massive recovery straps and dragging involved
Saw it a few times. Best one was a little Nissan with dual 3" stacks rounded over and still had the factory tailpipe. Saw it on a jobsite in VA last year. I almost pissed myself.
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