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Old 05-20-2008, 08:22 PM
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NEED DOWNPIPE FOR 94 TURBO IDI


Just had the 4" exhaust done on my new toy! Now I need to know where I can get a downpipe and can the factory flat crap!

Any ideas??? Can DP from a 1st. gen stroker be modified to work?
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Restoring the layer structure...

You have to buy the turbo elbow also.....
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Old 05-24-2008, 05:27 PM
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Restoring the layer structure...

You have to buy the turbo elbow also.....

Buy what elbow???? I looked on the link above, but I guess I not smart enough to figure it out!
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If you have the flattened downpipe, then you have the exhaust housing that goes with it. You can buy the turbo upgrade kit from ATS, comes with a 3" downpipe, and better exhaust housing. Runs around $800, a little on the spendy side. Or you can go to a muffler shop, and have them bend you up one. You cant use one from an OBS.
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Look at this page, part # T7304420H

Restoring the layer structure...
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MBRP part #DA6218 aluminized 94-97 7.3L 3" downpipe
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choctaw I don't think that will work. That's for the '94-'97 Powerstrokes not the IDIs.

Personally I'd stay away from ATS. After dealing with them in the past and talking to others who have dealt with them they aren't a very good company to deal with. I'd give Hypermax a call and see what they can do for you.
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choctaw I don't think that will work. That's for the '94-'97 Powerstrokes not the IDIs.

Personally I'd stay away from ATS. After dealing with them in the past and talking to others who have dealt with them they aren't a very good company to deal with. I'd give Hypermax a call and see what they can do for you.
Oops my bad, you are correct sir.
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choctaw I don't think that will work. That's for the '94-'97 Powerstrokes not the IDIs.

Personally I'd stay away from ATS. After dealing with them in the past and talking to others who have dealt with them they aren't a very good company to deal with. I'd give Hypermax a call and see what they can do for you.
I'll give you that, since they got new managment there customer service is lacking. But the factory turbo's where ATS's, and if you want to upgrade it, the only place to get that is through ATS. You can upgrade the ATS turbo for $800, or buy a new hypermax kit for $1500+. Hypermax turbo's use a different downpipe design, and the turbo is in a different place, so they wouldnt work on the ATS design.
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I'm not even talking about their customer service but the way they do business in general with their suppliers etc. as well.

That does suck if they are the only place to get a new down pipe from and it costs $800! If their turbo is the stock turbo and they change enough to have to buy $800 worth of parts just to put a down pipe on tells me they are shady and just trying to rape those with these trucks to begin with.

How much of a demand is there for aftermarket down pipes for these? Is the stock down pipe flat like the stock '94-'97 Powerstroke down pipe?
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