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Old 07-06-2013, 10:38 AM
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4" MBRP vs. muff delete

What's the real difference in the EGT on a stock inj truck with php tunes. I know the 4" kit cools about 200 cooler than stock exhaust. I know this cause I put a 4" kit on my old mans truck. I want to know how it compares to a stock exhaust with a muff delete.
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Old 07-07-2013, 02:17 PM
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If I remember correctly a muffler delete gives 70% the benefit of having a 4 inch exhaust.
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LOL...200* drop from an exhaust... LOL
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^ what's so funny,I've seen it pulling the same load with stock and with a 4" and it really did drop 200.
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^ what's so funny,I've seen it pulling the same load with stock and with a 4" and it really did drop 200.
I agree. I noticed it also. It seemed to be more of staying cool while pulling under a heavy load versus noticing it cooler while I was flooring it for fun.
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