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Old 07-10-2014, 07:06 PM
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im pretty much giving up on finding a delete pipe the y pipe for stacks and the stack tips all in one place so im deciding just to order seprately. that being said where is a good recommendation to get a 5in delete pipe (looking to keep the factory downpipe) and what does everyone think about getting a pipe with or without bungs.
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Does the factory use 5 inch pipe? Will you need to use an adapter?
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Don't need bungs. As far as "5in delete pipe" if your referring to a 5in turbo back, then that's up to you but I don't think you can get a 5in delete pipe.

They say that 5in has a lower tone and a bit louder than 4.
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:55 AM
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I feel like the factory down-pipe is either 3.5" or 4.0", so you would need a type of adapter for the 5" delete-pipe. I'm thinking you might as well buy a set with both down-pipe and delete-pipe.
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Old 07-11-2014, 04:40 AM
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I feel like the factory down-pipe is either 3.5" or 4.0", so you would need a type of adapter for the 5" delete-pipe. I'm thinking you might as well buy a set with both down-pipe and delete-pipe.
yeah that sounds like thats what im going to have to do i thought maybe the 5in pipe would flare down on the one end to fit the downpipe possibly but i guess that was a longshot.

As for the bungs why do most people not want them?
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yeah that sounds like thats what im going to have to do i thought maybe the 5in pipe would flare down on the one end to fit the downpipe possibly but i guess that was a longshot.

As for the bungs why do most people not want them?
the delete pipe will flare down and have the flange for the down pipe. if it didnt fit the truck they wouldnt be selling them.

as for the bung most people dont get them because H&S and spartan dont use them. Im not even sure if the competition SCT uses them or not. but most of the time you unplug the sensors and leave the sensors in the factory exhaust.
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Old 07-11-2014, 05:26 AM
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I've become confused on the terminology myself, but here are your options...

FLO~PRO - 2011-2014 6.7L Ford Diesel Exhaust Kits
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Old 07-11-2014, 05:44 AM
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That's what i figured because I was almost positive I heard of people putting 5in exhaust on with a factory downpipe.

Dantron, it looks like there they only sell the 4in race pipe on its own but when it comes to the 5in it comes with all the rest of the pipe to finish the exhaust out the back. All I'm looking for is the delete pipe. My Y pipe will take care of the rest
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Old 07-11-2014, 06:09 AM
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I think Flo Pro won't sell a 5" inch kit without the 5" downpipe because the factory downpipe is smaller than 5", which affects the flow and could not be classified as Flo Pro. It would only be Flo semi-Pro. It's a theory...
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Old 07-11-2014, 06:19 AM
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Hahaha flo semi pro. But regardless I'm still on the hunt for a 5in delete pipe. Also does anyone on here recommend a specific Y pipe? Some of them come with flex pipe and some come with regular piping. I like the idea of the flex pipe so any brand that has it is going to be a plus. I know they are all about the same thing in the end but I just want to get some opinions on what other people have tried out.
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