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Old 08-29-2010, 05:39 PM
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Exhausts on Ebay??

I'm searching through ebay and notice there are a few different turbo back 4" exhausts. Is there a difference beteween them? Will the all pretty much sound the same? I'm not looking for the stainless, just the basic aluminized.

Hog performance(never heard of it) $255 shipped-
99-03 7.3 FORD POWERSTROKE DIESEL 4 INCH EXHAUST F 250: eBay Motors (item 320363934372 end time Sep-16-10 10:15:15 PDT)

MBRP $283/obo shipped-
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/4-Exh...Q5fAccessories

Magnaflow $350/obo shipped-
1999 99 Ford F-250 SD V8 7.3 Exhaust 4" Cat Back: eBay Motors (item 280544972157 end time Sep-04-10 16:23:27 PDT)

Also, question about the tip. Which tends to look better 5" or 6"? kinda hard to tell the size difference in pics, and havent really seen many in person.

I have an 02 F250 7.3 crew cab short bed.

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Old 08-29-2010, 11:45 PM
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My personal opinion the 5" tip looks better it's all about personal preference though as far as sounding the same not sure everyone I heard with an aftermarket exhaust and muffler have sounded the same both my strokers are and were strait piped I do know 5" and 4" exhaust sound different. Look in the classifieds on here drewkeen was selling some 4" singles and duels I ordered duels to replace my single 4" for $290 something that was including shipping they are bully dog brand my old one is MBRP but can't tell the difference looking at them as far as quality
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i have the 4" stainless MBRP turbo back on my truck.
I ordered the cat/muffler delete as well, which made it louder than sh*t! but it sounded good. with the mbrp hi flow muffler on, its a lot quieter. get more of a tires/whistle sound
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I bought my exhaust off ebay, it's a 5" turbo back with 4" downpipe. between the tip AND the exhaust I was AT 400 dollars shipped to the house. the exhaust alone was 310 shipped and my 8" tip was 90 shipped...there's a guy on here selling a dual 4" exhaust for like 250 shipped I'd look for him for a different look.
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Will the kits still fit if I dont have a cat on the truck now? It didn't come with one from the factory.
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I have the 4" Hog Performance Exhaust and I love it. It was easy to install, the downpipe was the hardest but all you have to do is take a floor jack and jack your truck up about 6" and it slides right in. I took the muffler that it comes with and turned it around backwards to basically straight pipe it since I didn't have any extra 4" pipe and it sounds great.
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