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Will a 5 inch F250 Down pipe work on a E350?

I have a 95 E350 with the 7.3 and was looking to purchase a 4-5 inch down pipe and then make my own exhaust from the down pipe back. Does anyone know if this will work?
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So a 4" dp to 5" exhaust??? I know there is a lot more room in the vans, but i dont know what will fit

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I'm sorry i meant either a 4 or 5 inch down pipe from a truck all the exhaust would be 4 or 5 inch
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I didnt know they even made a 5"... u might get better results posting this thread in here
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3" is a bit of a pain to install... 4" is a *****. 5" I would go to say, is impossible.
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i would just keep the 3" DP and run a reducer from 3 to 5".

there is no need for a 4 or 5" DP nor do you need it. and they dont make them.

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Have a 7.3 psd 00 model and considering the same as i did the same mod's as Norcal ,( except the chip) to a few f350's and made quite an improvement. The EBPV delete is quite different, altho recommended. Seems like the factory is a 2 3/4 diameter if that's correct, might have a welder friend of mind custom fit a 3 1/2 or 4" dp as he has a pipe bender as well. there are 4" E350 Diamond Eye 4" downpipes for the E350 on Ebay right now for $127.50 with free shipping. Diamond Eye is the best brand that i've found for a downpipe psd application.

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Diamondeye does make a 4" downpipe for the E series 7.3 ps.
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Id get a 3" and be done, run a 5" from that back. No need for any larger, sorry I'm not helpful to the original question however

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