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Old 07-14-2014, 08:31 PM
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2014 DPF back exhaust fit a 2015?

Since no one has any idea on when tuning will be out for the 2015 Powerstroke, I am looking at stuff to hold me over. After some searching and emails I still haven't gotten a definitive answer.

So will a 2014 DPF back exhaust fit a 2015 truck? I'm looking at the MBRP turn down 4" system but they said they didn't know if it would fit.

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Should fit nothing changed on the emissions side of things between 2014 to 2015.
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Old 07-15-2014, 06:22 PM
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Thanks, I ordered the MBRP 4" Turn Down DPF back exhaust and an AFE St. Intake.
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Right on. I cut up the stock exhaust and put a turn down on. Basically same as mbrps setup and it sounds awesome

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Did you find any programming yet?
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It bolted up fine but did not have the rear o2 sensor. The system was for a 11-14 model but the 15 had another o2 sensor that wasn't incorporated into the MBRP exhaust. I got the stock bung cut out the stock exhaust and welded into the MBRP exhaust.

I had no sound difference from the stock exhaust. The exhaust tone was the same with just the DPF system on it. So luckily I really wanted to just get the exhaust hidden and really wasn't looking for sound.

The AFE intake on the other hand made a difference in sound. I could hear the difference when I swapped it out.
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