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Old 03-17-2009, 07:09 PM
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MBRP and AFE

Went to dinner tonight with the pops and he came up with a good idea of buying me a new intake and exhaust. So I guess I'm gonna let him
I'm pretty spent on the AFE Stage 2 w/ Pro Guard from Raul, but I need help picking exhaust. I wanna do 4", turbo back with cat and muffler delete. All the MBRP stuff I find has a muffler on it... I think. Also its gonna have to be stainless steel, unless you can give me a reason why aluminized is better? Thanks guys.
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I would to the Napa 6637 intake. As for exhaust I would get the stainless.
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:17 PM
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i have everything you just listed.

Intake is great if your going for a built truck afe is awesome. but if your just going to chip it, you may as well just do the DIY

I have that exhuast in steal with no muff sounded great. but now half is laying in the shop
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:19 PM
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I would to the Napa 6637 intake. As for exhaust I would get the stainless.
The Napa one is way to ugly, just can't stand the look of it.
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:20 PM
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i have everything you just listed.

Intake is great if your going for a built truck afe is awesome. but if your just going to chip it, you may as well just do the DIY

I have that exhuast in steal with no muff sounded great. but now half is laying in the shop
Well, I plan on building it later. So you can watch me pull
Does the MBRP come with a muffler? It looks like it does in the pics but idk, I just want a true straight, hollow pipe.
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:21 PM
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The Napa one is way to ugly, just can't stand the look of it.
So you would take the risk of dusting the motor rather than having an "ugly" air filter under the hood no one will see.
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watch you pull. you can ride on my trucks trailer spot home...

mine did not. it was an option.
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Well, I plan on building it later. So you can watch me pull
Does the MBRP come with a muffler? It looks like it does in the pics but idk, I just want a true straight, hollow pipe.
Can't you order a kit without a muffler and just get the muffler delete pipe?
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Old 03-17-2009, 07:26 PM
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So you would take the risk of dusting the motor rather than having an "ugly" air filter under the hood no one will see.
I've NEVER heard of AFE dusting a motor.
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watch you pull. you can ride on my trucks trailer spot home...

mine did not. it was an option.
Which one did you buy?
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Raul sells a budget exhaust that is straightpiped, and I wouldnt bother getting stainless unless your gonna keep it looking pretty
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