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Old 02-20-2009, 10:59 AM
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Banks 6.4L dual exhaust options (and video)

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Some info to go with the picture would be great. Ex. size, price, catback,dpf back, full system, etc???????
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Old 02-20-2009, 11:54 AM
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Some info to go with the picture would be great. Ex. size, price, catback,dpf back, full system, etc???????
Most are 4" and (on the DPF equipped trucks) they are DPF back only to keep them legal. You have to PM me for a price as they are too low to post in here because of the member discounts.
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They must have just changed those. I got mine last fall and it doesn't have twin tips. I like mine better anyway though.

It definately cools down the exaust temp, but the MPG ? NOPE ! That's only gonna come up when you get rid of the DPF !
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They must have just changed those. I got mine last fall and it doesn't have twin tips. I like mine better anyway though.
Single exhaust or dual? We actually have 4 different exhaust systems for the 6.4L now. Single, Single with dual tip, Dual (one tip per side), or quad tip dual (2 tips per side)
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Single exhaust or dual? We actually have 4 different exhaust systems for the 6.4L now. Single, Single with dual tip, Dual (one tip per side), or quad tip dual (2 tips per side)
Mine's a single 4" with a single ( I guess ) 6 " tip. It looks great. I love the chrome tip, it's nicely done.
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Correct me if I'm wrong here. I believe my owners manuel and my dealer diesel tech advisor said. That removing the factory tips/cuffs for aftermarket ones. Will void the warranty, but anything between the DPF and Tips/cuffs you can replace (muffler/resonator only). I would like to get rid of the factory dual tips for a single.

What is Banks take on this? Also what is the status on the Six Gun/Otto-Mind Tuner for the 6.4's?
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Correct me if I'm wrong here. I believe my owners manuel and my dealer diesel tech advisor said. That removing the factory tips/cuffs for aftermarket ones. Will void the warranty, but anything between the DPF and Tips/cuffs you can replace (muffler/resonator only). I would like to get rid of the factory dual tips for a single.

What is Banks take on this? Also what is the status on the Six Gun/Otto-Mind Tuner for the 6.4's?
But you're in California ! It wouldn't only void your warranty, it would probably cause cancer ! Doesn't everything cause cancer out there ?

Seriously, if you don't modify forward of the DPF your warranty is OK
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But you're in California ! It wouldn't only void your warranty, it would probably cause cancer ! Doesn't everything cause cancer out there ?

Seriously, if you don't modify forward of the DPF your warranty is OK
Exactly, your dealer is just trying to scare you. I actually had a customer tell the dealer informed him that if he simply polished the tip it would void the warranty.

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Exactly, your dealer is just trying to spoke you. I actually had a customer tell the dealer informed him that if he simply polished the tip it would void the warranty.
Well, I do take what the dealer tells me w/ a grain of salt, but they have the power to void the warranty. MML will not protect you on a emission component (burdon of proof falls on the consumer at the end).

Anyways, shoot me a price on a single.
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