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Best Downpipe?

what is the best down pipe to get for my 1995 7.3? Is the banks downpipe worth it? I heard some of these pipes hit the fire wall? Which one is the best? thanks
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I would check out MBRPs downpipe and I know there are a couple other companies. They wont hit the firewall if you bend it back a little, which you have to do with any 3" DP you put on an OBS

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whats the web site for mbrp

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Raul sells the MBRP
MBRP 94-97 7.3L Ford Aluminized 3" Down Pipe Kit

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whats the advantage on the aluminum over the stainless steel?

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Stainless steel is more shiny, thats about it, if I were you I wouldnt spend the extra money, Id just get aluminized

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AFE Large Bore HD Aluminized Exhaust System

i like that one

is the muff nessary on an obs?

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You dont need a muffler, it sounds way better straightpiped, raul sells the budget straightpipe kit as well thats what I would get

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aluminum is cheaper and SS is more expensive...

on the DP no real ben. going with 1 over the other since not a whole lot of road salt can hit it...
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