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Just the Down Pipe or Whole Exhaust?

Just bought a 97 f350 PSD and was wonder whats the best way to go?
Plan on getting a tony tune, intake and gauges and was wonderin how to go about the exhaust? Should I get just a new downpipe and delete the cat a muffler? or just get the whole system.
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Whole system, delete cat and muffler though, but get dp and straight pipe the rest

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so buy a whole turbo back?

not just a dpipe, then delete the cat and muffler and the stock piping?
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^^x2! Get the whole system. you won't regret it.

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I have 3 inch dp and 3 inch exhaust with 5 inch stacks, gonna swap it all to 4 inch when I get some injectors

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what system do yall suggest? MBRP Good?
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yeah, buy a turbo back system. mbrp is a good. i just bought a diamond eye kit and will be picking it up tomorrow. its a 3" downpipe to 5" straight pipe.

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i think im gunna get the diamond eye 4" only 267$ from alligator performace and free shipping
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should i get it with the muffler or not?
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here you go. only 260 from ptp. i would go no muffler. it sounds awesome.

Diamond Eye K4307A-RP 4" Turbo Back NO MUFFLER Aluminized Exhaust 94-97 7.3L Powerstroke

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