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Old 10-13-2010, 09:35 AM
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exhaust Tips for Aftermarket

I am a new rookie to the powerstroke family and really want to put some exhaust on my new 2011. I want to do the dpf out. I dont wanna mess with the emission stuff since i live in california. will putting a Banks or Magnaflow make the truck have some tone ? Whats the best to put on ? Thanks for the help.Love my new F350..No problems to speak of !!
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Old 10-13-2010, 06:26 PM
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If you want to leave the emissions alone, Then about all you can do is add the chrome exhaust tips.
Most dealers offer the same chrome tips that come in the Chrome package.
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Old 10-13-2010, 06:30 PM
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see what MBRP has to offer. My 7.3 with the 4" turbo back sounds amazing. Friends 5" MBRP on his cummins sounds amazing. Friends 7" stack on his cummins sounds amazing. See what they have to offer, but i must agree with Painted Horse....i dont know of much that can be done without emission regulation alteration.
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Yeah that sucks. I have the Crome tip on there now it came with the package. Think i might just put the banks on anyways. Truck needs some tone and the install looks real easy. No cutting or welding. Worse case I can throw stock back on when need be..
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So how are you going to deal with the sensors that are in the stock muffler? If you pull the stock muffler off, The sensors that deal with the Regens and DEF will no longer be there. I don't think there is any software out there yet to bypass them.
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Yeah that sucks. I have the Crome tip on there now it came with the package. Think i might just put the banks on anyways. Truck needs some tone and the install looks real easy. No cutting or welding. Worse case I can throw stock back on when need be..
You will have to put everything back on every two years to get it smog
If you wanted sound you should have bought the old 7.3...no smog stuff on it
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My days of messing with the trucks are over, turn the key and keep it stock. The stress of worrying about warrantees, the dealership finding out or boxes just not working correctly and trying to kill me are over. I guess I am getting old.

If you ever see me looking into modifications for my '11 when she gets here you all have permission to punch me in the face!
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Old 10-14-2010, 07:36 AM
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Hahahh I hear that !
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Was just under the truck looking at the stock exhaust. From the DPF out there are no sensors .
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