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straight piped? head gaskets..please help

does any one know if i straight pipe my 04 6.0 with no intake and no tuner could it make a head gasket problem more extream? like completely blow the gaskets? i dont think they are blown but i did get the white spots around the resovior but the cap was broke so i bought a new one and since then no white spots or anything.so please help befor i straight pipe it1 thanks so much guys
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You should not have a problem, im 220k on stock studs and programed and straight piped.
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It should be better. Straight piping the exhaust will help keep EGT's down and keep the motor running cooler thereby creating less of an opportunity to blow the gaskets. Right?

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yeah colberjs makes sence.less back presure and more flow.sounds good thanks so much guys
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