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post #1 of 23 Old 02-04-2014, 01:09 AM Thread Starter
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did dorman fix their pipes

So I know the early pipes had issues but I've been reading a lot about improved results.then I saw these on amazon part number 780-116

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They are a perfect fit. The newer ones fit like a glove!!!
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Mine fit perfect, no leaks

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Just had some put on our 01 450 at work and when I brought him the pipes I informed the mechanic we use of the possibility of bolts to long, pipes to short but he said none of that was a problem.
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There is a cheaper one. 679-005 Not sure if it is any different. Just search for bellowed up pipes.

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Wish I had this info before I bought my IH pipes. I was mainly scared about the cracking that some have reported. I have no regrets...my pipes should out last my truck LOL.

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Wish I had this info before I bought my IH pipes. I was mainly scared about the cracking that some have reported. I have no regrets...my pipes should out last my truck LOL.
Same here but also don't mind that I helped by purchasing from a smaller company rather than a huge company.
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the people who had good luck,post up the part number you used.
I had the guy who built my up pipe for my Subaru and exhaust for my 335i take a look at my extra motor to mock up a up pipe setup. hes making a up pipe using Inconel tubing for use with a h2e platform turbo first then for the stock turbo. given the foot print of most after market turbos he can buy flanges for. ill post pics soon. he did a setup for my dads 6.0 that when installed was really sad because you couldn't see it.

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Rockauto part # 679005 $183.79

Not a single issue, over a year since install.

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