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Old 10-23-2007, 08:04 PM
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muffler/cat delete pipes for the stock system

I have a 04 psd on 37in tires with no other mods. I am looking for a muffler and cat delete pipes for my stock system. Is this a bad idea or good one. Does any one else have this type of setup. Any info would help Thanks
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Old 10-23-2007, 08:10 PM
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your local muffler shop would prob be your best bet.... but upgrading to a full 4" TB exhaust will be your best bet... that way its open for future mods
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muffler shops around here wont even touch it with out a muffler or cat. so that is out of the question. i have tried all of them even a fab shop would not do it. price was not a question
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MBRP 3.5" down pipe with the MBRP cat delete pipe will fit the OEM exhaust tubing. Find a shop to do the muffler and you got yourself a straight piped system for under $300.

Here's mine: Video - 2006 6.0 Straight Piped cold Start
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