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post #1 of 5 Old 03-06-2013, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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Can't find an exhaust system

Looking for a 5 inch turbo back kit for my 06 dually with manual trans. I have been looking and all I can find is a 4 inch flo-pro kit. Anyone have any suggestions?


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Well I don't know about turbo back but afe has a 4in down pipe and and 5in exhaust system. your not gonna find something like that really because of the size of the pipe. Hope it helps.
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About every kit has a 4" down pipe that goes into a 5" pipe.
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I just put a MBRP system with a 4" down pipe to a 5" after the cat delete pipe. It ends with a 6" tip, I upgraded to a turbo muffler instead of a straight pipe system cause of the upscale community I live in. I like it but have not seen any increase in fuel mileage but haven't been on the highway yet.
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Your really not going to see a difference in fuel mileage unless you delete the dpf completely. It is still sucking the diesel to burn the soot. It would alos help if you had a tuner.
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