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Old 11-06-2011, 02:37 PM
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cheapest place to get a cat and muffler delete?

Hey guys Im gonna be doing a cat and muffler delete and just add a tip to the stock exhaust and I was wondering where the cheapest set is sold. Let me know guys-
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Old 11-06-2011, 02:51 PM
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For the stock system, the only place I have seen a bolt on set of delete pipes is:

Cat delete: 03-07+ Ford 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel Cat Delete Pipe

Muffler delete: Ford 6L Powerstroke Diesel Stock Muffler Delete Pipe
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Just take it to any local exhaust shop and tell them what you want done.
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well I was looking for the ability to put the exhaust back on if I need to for emissions so I like the bolt in designs and thats why Im not doing a traditional exhaust
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If you want to be able to take it off and put it on at will, you shouldn't use u-bolt style clamps. Use the band clamps. The u-bolts will dent the pipes, making them harder to take apart.
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If you want to be able to take it off and put it on at will, you shouldn't use u-bolt style clamps. Use the band clamps. The u-bolts will dent the pipes, making them harder to take apart.
What he said, you can get the clamps at napa for about $12 a piece, They are what I used on my MBRP system after I had a bad experience with u bolt clamps, The factory hangers needed some tweeking to work with the band clamps but everything fit with some persuation.

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You will spend a little more money but if I were you I would just get the MBRP turbo back kit. If you need to add the cat back some day I'm sure a local muffler shop can help.

Going the MBRP route will get you a larger down pipe which will help with flow.
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yea I havent seen a great improvement with the 4" full exhaust and its a pain to do the down pipe, EGT temps were maybe within 20 degrees of what they were so I figured Id go this route incase I ever get stationed in CA or some retarded state
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