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post #1 of 14 Old 03-16-2007, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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Question 6.0 Exhaust Brake

Hey Everybody Been Readin All The Good Info For A Couple Of Months. Anybody Have Any Info On A Exhaust Brake For A 04 6.o Thanks
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Well

Its not really needed with the tow/haul mode on the torque shift. I really wouldnt reccomend putting one on anyway.
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Well This Particular Truck (actually e-350 Cutaway With 15' Box )doesn't Have The Tow/haul Mode On It. All It Has Is The Overdrive Button.
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just wanted to bunp this back up to see if anybody else had any info.
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Got one on my 7.3, and I love it.

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Yeah, I had one on my 7.3, but have not seen too much on the 6ers. There maybe an aftermarket part for it, but not really sure. But here is another bump for ya.

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actually would be cheaper if u just got a custom SCT tune and have them include an aggressive tow/haul program..i heard it works very well on the 6 ers


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you could also go with the downstream exaust brake like mine. You put the brake in the exaust just infront of the muffler, best exaust brake I've used, holds back down to 12-1300 rpm with full retarding power. It uses a wast gate instead of holes in the butterfly valve.

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7.3 AUTO 4.10s
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ATS, WW, SSHPX, B ANNIH.
DP 6P 140EX.
AFE MAG F STG 2.
MAGNAFLOW 4'' TURBO BACK DUALS.
US GEAR SUPER D-CELERATOR
500LTR FUEL TANK
BILLET GRILL
ALARM & REM START/ ELC BAT DISC.
CB, SAT, GPS, PANASONIC CD, 5th WHL
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thanks for the info fellows. Gord what brand do you have and where'd you get it.
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D-Celerator Diesel Exhaust Brake

The link above will take you to their site, I have the US Gear Super D-Celerator in mine, and as I said, it works awesome, I am very happy with it.
It is also very easy to install and wire up, I did it in the snow hahaha.

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7.3 AUTO 4.10s
AUTOMETER C2s EGT, TRANS, BOOST, OIL, FUEL PRES
ATS, WW, SSHPX, B ANNIH.
DP 6P 140EX.
AFE MAG F STG 2.
MAGNAFLOW 4'' TURBO BACK DUALS.
US GEAR SUPER D-CELERATOR
500LTR FUEL TANK
BILLET GRILL
ALARM & REM START/ ELC BAT DISC.
CB, SAT, GPS, PANASONIC CD, 5th WHL
35' GOLDEN FALCON

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