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CAT Delete pipe for a 1996 Ford F350. I need a pipe for this. Does anyone make one? It is 3.5". or should i just make one?
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Do you have a stock or aftermarket downpipe? If stock, I would suggest buying the dp and the delete together.

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X2 You also can make your pipe delete if you have the upgraded down pipe, but I would recomend better go to a 4" straigh pipe.
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Do you have a stock or aftermarket downpipe? If stock, I would suggest buying the dp and the delete together.

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i agree, it wouldn't be worth the effort of taking the cat out if your still running the stock DP. i'd go for the whole t-back kit. let me know...

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that is what i did a turbo back full change
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