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Old 06-11-2012, 05:04 PM
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i want to change up my exhaust and intake for the sound.it pulls my camper great so not looking for power gains(yet!).willa muffler delete do the trick or should i just go with 4 inch turbo back?and what intake?i would like to hear the turbo alot more.its an 01 bone stock with 109,000 miles.thanks for any input.

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diy intake and the cheapest 4 inch you can find
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100% behind the DIY intake, done that to all my trucks, and my buddy's. Exhaust, I'd just straight pipe it... and for a little more turbo whistle, remove the foil insulation on the CAC tubes... (the tubing from the turbo to the intercooler and back to the intake spyder). Personally, I didn't want to remove the foil on my yellow truck, but a power steering hose leak soaked it with power steering fluid, and I took it off, as it was a mess. Some increase in turbo noise now...
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Old 06-12-2012, 01:26 PM
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the diy intake?diesel crawler i see diy 6637 intake are you talking about the 6637 from riff-raff?as for the strait pipe just get muffler delete pipe right.and that will give me some good sound on the throttle?the reason i ask is some people say no difference but i cant hardly believe that.
this is my first diesel but this stuff will be done in my driveway.i try to evrything i can not to go to garage!thanks for the replies
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Old 06-12-2012, 01:37 PM
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also if i do muffler delete or 4 inch turbo back will i still flow enogh air with stock filter setup?
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Ya he means the 6637 kit from riffraff. 4" inch exhaust will help lower your egts quite a bit.
do you plan on getting a chip or gauges in the future? then i would do the exhaust and 6637 intake
All these things can easily be done in your driveway with common tools.

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eventually.i will go with 4 inch cause my tailpipes dented up a bit.was going to delete muffler and come out in front of wheel but hate to soot up my new m/t wheels dealer put on.now will running 4 inch on stock intake hurt anything or will it flow well enough?
blue 99 stroker i see you run 4 inch diamond eye does that sound good?
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Old 06-12-2012, 03:40 PM
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Ya if you put the exhaust in front of your wheel get ready to have a black rim lol
the stock intake does not flow very well.. But the 6637 kit will make it breathe much better, plus the 6637 filters better than anything.
All 4 inch exhausts sound about the same. and yes it sounds good. I dont have a muffler but you can buy a kit that comes with a free flowing muffler if you dont want a straight pipe

4" inch exhaust is anywhere from 250-300.
6637 intake is 77$ plus s+h from riffraff diesel...and it comes with pre-filter cover.
so its up to you and your wallet.
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Another vote for the DIY 6637 here.

As far as exhaust I went with diamond eye from PTP. I spray paired it black with high temp heat stove paint. It looks good and is holding up great. Great bang for the buck. Their kits usually come with a 4" down pipe too
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thanks for the help.im gonna go with the diamond eye for sure.probably wont do intake right away but 6637 sounds like best bang for the buck.
been reading up alot and keep seeing the zoodad mod.will that help my stock air-box breathe better?

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