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Old 02-23-2012, 10:01 PM
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HELP...? Muffler delete pipe?

I was wondering if anyone has done the muffle delete with this pipe MBRP Universal Muffler Delete Pipe from xdp? I see they have another one too. they are all different lengths. I know I need the 4" pipe but I don't know the length. I also need to know will I have to cut the muffler out or does it have clamps I can unbolt and slide it out of there and slide the muffler delete pipe? If anyone can shed some light on this for me I would greatly appreciate it. And I wouldn't mind seeing some pictures of the finished product if you don't mind. Thanks in advance.

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Old 02-24-2012, 12:28 AM
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Installed their delete in November. Had to cut the muffler off with a cut off wheel then Used a torch on the top half because it was hard to access. At the time I didnt have a small cut off wheel so with a small one you shouldn't need a torch. At first it didn't seem to be bent properly but it's just stubborn like all exhaust (I'm used to replacing flex pipe) and it will fit.
I welded it on because I didn't like the clamps they supplied. I could take a picture however I have no clue how to post it. Overall I'm VERY happy with it. Much better than getting a turbo back exhaust for 500$ (already removed the cat)


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Old 02-24-2012, 04:53 AM
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That depends on the what exhaust is already on the truck.
The MBRP 4 inch muffler delete is made to "plumb" into an MBRP 4 inch exhaust is place of their muffler.
The four inch is expanded at the ends of it's 30 inch length to slip over 4 inch pipe.
Let me know what length your existing muffler is and is and if it goes staright through or does the pipe coming in follow and path through the muffler straight to the exiting pipe from the muffler or is the intake of the muffler pipe offset from the exit of the muffler? Also let me know what size exhaust is on the truck now. 3.5? 4.0?
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Okay I will let you know what size and everything later when I get a chance. After 5 or so
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