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Old 03-01-2012, 03:06 PM
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With or without bungs- DPF delete

Hello, I am about to order the dpf delete only pipe and was curious if I should order the one with or without bungs? Any reasons why? I have the full delete now but want my cat back on.
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Old 03-01-2012, 04:18 PM
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Well if you have the H&S tuner then you shouldnt need a pipe with bungs in it. Just think of it exactly like your current setup. If you arent changing your tuning or anything you shouldnt have to change the style of pipe.
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You wont need them on unless you dont want wires just hanging there under your truck
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What are bungs exactly?


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Just curious as to why you want your cat back on. Are you just trying to tone the sound down a little? I was going to put mine on and gut a spare dpf I had to have a stealth look but ended up selling the dpf for some other goodies.
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Just curious as to why you want your cat back on. Are you just trying to tone the sound down a little? I was going to put mine on and gut a spare dpf I had to have a stealth look but ended up selling the dpf for some other goodies.
Mainly for a little piece of mind in in Cali. I want to cut down on the smell, hairdryer sound at idle, and some smoke possibly... Thanks guys I figured I shouldn't need the bungs but I was unsure with the cat back on.
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Old 03-02-2012, 08:51 AM
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Also, I will have the full delete pipe for sale which I just put on if anyone wants it
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