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Old 06-27-2011, 03:51 PM
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Temporary, muffler delete on stock exhaust?

Just wondering if someone makes a muffler delete for a stock exhaust system or if anyone has a home made tip?? Thanks
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Old 06-27-2011, 04:01 PM
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Since the stock exhaust enters and exits the muffler staggered, there isn't one pipe anyone makes that would work. You can just cut the muffler out with a sawzall(as close to the muffler as possible), and clamp in a 2' piece of 3 1/2" flex pipe.

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So simple bolting? no welding? and where can I get the fllexpipe? Thanks
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Old 06-27-2011, 06:05 PM
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Yup, no welding. Just 2 band clamps and the flex pipe.

Any big rig shop or International dealer will have it
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Ford 6L Powerstroke Diesel Stock Muffler Delete Pipe

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I got my cat and muff delete from pure
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rowcoach, your link doesn't work
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Its pure diesel powers factory muffler delete.

If the OP is interested I have one I'll sell him
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I'm a union electrician and I was in the same boat...didn't feel like dropping a bunch of cash for an exhaust right now, so i had a muffler shop buy a piece of 3.5'' pipe and i bent it myself. If you know any industrial electricians i'm sure they'd do it for ya. Steel flex is definately temporary, will rust out quick.
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Is that the same size as 3.5 inch EMT? Do you know what the off set is off hand? Sounds like a fun .GOV job.
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