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post #1 of 25 Old 02-23-2007, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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cat delete pipe

Can anyone tell me where I can get a cat delete pipe for 07 250 4x4 6.0. I would like one that bolts in so if I need to reinstall the CAT to have dealer work done I can. Or should I just have a local muffler shop make one.
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AFE is supposed to fit. Haven't tried one yet. I can tell you that MBRP will definetly not work. Someone on here said it would work so I bought one. Now I've got to wait and buy a MBRP downpipe to use it.
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Put a request a quote up in vender jungle thread and I'm sure a vender will get back to you .

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Cool Cat Delete/Test Pipe

Give the good folks at Diesel Performance Parts Inc a shout and they will be able to "ease your pain" for a cat delete/test pipe. I just installed the AFE pipe from DPPI on my '04 6.0 liter F-250 and it could not have been easier. If it takes more than 20 minutes you have been drinking way too much beer!!

I placed my order via the internet Monday and it arrived at my doorstep Thursday...great service from the folks at DPPI....And it sounds GREAT!!!

My "cat" is now curled up in the corner of my workshop!
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I've had a similar question on my mind about the cat delete pipe and 4" exhaust or just the delete pipe itself. Unlike many on this board, I could not possibly care less what kind of sound emanates from the back of my truck. All I care about is dissipating heat. In fact, the closer to factory sound I can get, while still dissipating heat, the better. I would like to make the work of the turbo easier as well. However, if getting a 4" will not appreciably change the above factors, but will increase sound, it aint for me. I just want low EGTs... Pls. give me counsel...
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Unless you are planning on running some wild tunes, the AFE Cat delete pipe on your stock system will achieve what you are looking for. The Cat is the most restrictive part of you factory exhaust system and it's close to the turbo to boot. I like the sound of the 4" MBRP, but if I had it to do over again, I wouldn't waste the money.
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Deere, that's exactly what I wanted to know. I have considered the MBRP 4", but if I can essentially get the same heat reduction with just a cat delete, then I'm there. This thing has plenty of power to tow my 7K lb. boat rig through the TX Hill Country. I'll never chip it or anything like that. I just want to try and reduce heat wherever possible...
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If you are not looking to chip or tow more than 7k, $50 is all you need to spend! For stock trucks, the 4" system is more of an ego thing than anything else. I got caught up in it, but I may eventually get an SCT programmer. I also tow as much as 15k.
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Thanks for all the help
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