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Aftermarket exhaust dp question

I recently purchased a 95 Powerstroke and it is 100% stock. So of course being the diesel freak I am, I had to begin modifying it immediately. I haven't been around the obs much so naturally I about crapped when I popped the hood and seen the stock dp. Originally I was just going to delete the cat and muffler. After seeing the dp I figure I should do an entire 4 inch if I am going to dig that far into it. My question is what exactly do systems such as an mbrp 4 inch come with for a dp replacement? The description is pretty vague on all websites I have looked at. All opinions and suggestions welcome and thank you in advance!
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Most OBS down pipes are 2 piece and go from 3" to 4".

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Thanks for the response. I did some further reading after I posted this and found exactly what you just told me.
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Mine is a 3" off the turbo and goes to a 4" as it goes down the firewall .

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Do they make one that is just 3" all the way down?

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Do they make one that is just 3" all the way down?
My down pipe is a 2 piece and it is 3" or 3 1/2" all the way down to the first main pipe joint then 4". Been a long time ago. You have to cut the pinch weld in 3 or 4 places then use a jack to make room and the old down pipe needs to be cut in 2 places to get it out, and on my 97 it was stainless steel hard to cut and harder to burn out, i did have to burn it out or melt it out. You can't get a one piece in!!
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