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For those that have a straight pipe.

Guys looking into some exhaust systems and I want to straight pipe my truck. Does the Flopro exhaust have the ports for the sensors? If not what do you do with the sensors once removed from the DPF? Thanks

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I've got the 5" straight pipe w/ no bungs. Just tape and tie up plugs, wires, harnesses out of the way

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I did the same as highmtnstrokin. Which tuner are you running?

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It depends on your tuner. Spartan doesn't even require them to e plugged in, so my wires are just zip tied to the frame...

And the FloPro 5" sounds awesome.
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Thanks guys glad I haven't bought anything yet as my truck is out of service again.. May just get rid of the thing!
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If you get an H&S or Spartan tuner, no bungs needed. Just leave the sensors in the stock pipes when you remove them, very simple.

Let us know if you have any questions or would like a quote on a kit.



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Thanks guys glad I haven't bought anything yet as my truck is out of service again.. May just get rid of the thing!
What happened to your truck?

2012 Ram 3500 Cummins-Work Truck
1997 F250 4X4 Crew Cab Short Box ZF-5 -Toy
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