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hello, I have an 08 6.4l. I want to do a turbo back straight pipe with duals such as MBRP cool duals. I also want to do stainless. I have been looking and I am unable to find a complete kit anywhere. I do not want to buy parts here and there. I would like to do a complete kit. Does anyone know where I can get a complete kit? and for a good price. Thanks!
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You do know you'll need to tune it to delete the DPF&DOC right?



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Yes I already have a tuner ready to go.
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Have you looked at Magnaflow yet? I don't think they have a dual exit with one pipe on each side of the truck but they have a dual out of one side though. They are 100% stainless kits.



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I have, I am looking for exit on each side. I want the MBRP cool duals or something like that but a complete turbo back kit. thats the hard part haha
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Banks would be the only other option I can think of. 4'' duals and you can select which style exit you want. Also made of "heavy duty stainless".

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Flo Pro makes turbo back duals or just buy MBRP duals and a down pipe.


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How difficult is it to install the 4" SS Flo Pro DPF/Cat Delete pipe? Its been sitting in my garage along with H&S Tuner waiting for warmer weather which looks to be coming this weekend
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None of its hard

2010 CC/SB FX4 Lariat.. Tuned By Eric@IDP and Matt@Gearhead

Thinking about getting rid of the stock 6.7 turbo?
Check this out... and research before buying



http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-7...ustration.html

http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-7...round-2-a.html
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