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MBRP exhaust?

anyone have it for a 1st gen psd? i was going to do a diamond eye 3" downpipe to custom 4 inch exhaust dumped out the side since this would be a cheaper route but i full exhaust system from mbrp is less then 500 bucks and is "factory fit" would it almost be worth it to go that route?

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anyone have it for a 1st gen psd? i was going to do a diamond eye 3" downpipe to custom 4 inch exhaust dumped out the side since this would be a cheaper route but i full exhaust system from mbrp is less then 500 bucks and is "factory fit" would it almost be worth it to go that route?
4" Downpipe wont fit without some massaging.


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4" Downpipe wont fit without some massaging.
i know i want a 3 inch downpipe? i think the mrbp exhaust kit comes with a 3 inch downpipe then 4 inch exhaust with deleted cat and performance muffler

kyle, 96 f250, S&B intake, 3 inch DP, 4 inch exhaust, 4 inch stacks w/ rain caps, many exterior mods

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i did the 3 in down on mine and i have a 5 speed. i had to do some massaging to the seam on the cab to get it in.

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we got your exhaust mbrp.here at Welcome to Outlaw Diesel :: Home the mbrp down pipe is shaped funny.still got to cut or bend flang down to fit.
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seriousally? i might have to go the other way i dont wanna do too much messing around

kyle, 96 f250, S&B intake, 3 inch DP, 4 inch exhaust, 4 inch stacks w/ rain caps, many exterior mods

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