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Dual exhaust tip

Does that dual exhaust tip make much of a differrence in egt if its removed and replaced with a single tip?... Its ugly as hell...

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Does that dual exhaust tip make much of a differrence in egt if its removed and replaced with a single tip?... Its ugly as hell...

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I was wondering the same thing.
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Does that dual exhaust tip make much of a differrence in egt if its removed and replaced with a single tip?... Its ugly as hell...

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From the Diesel Supplement manual:
The diesel resonator tail-pipe assembly is a uniquely functioning device
that accompanies the Oxidation Catalyst/DPF assembly. The assembly
serves multiple functions. First it serves as an acoustic device to
attenuate exhaust noise. Second it provides an exit path for the exhaust
from the vehicle. It also is designed to help control the temperature of
the exhaust during DPF regeneration events. The visible holes in each
leg of the twin tip and the holes under the shield just inboard of the
right rear tire(s) are functional. The holes need to be kept clear of
mud/debris or foreign material to maintain proper function of the
exhaust system. Clean and remove debris or foreign material if present
as needed. Spraying with a hose during regular washing of vehicle should
help keep holes clean and clear of debris or foreign material.


And...
Additions of aftermarket devices or modifications to the exhaust
system can reduce the effectiveness of the exhaust system as well as
cause damage to the exhaust system and/or engine. These actions may
also affect the vehicle’s warranty. See the Warranty Guide for more
information.
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I did see a sweet chrome factory twin tip exhaust on a new truck on a lot back east. I wanted one.
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I did see a sweet chrome factory twin tip exhaust on a new truck on a lot back east. I wanted one.
I've got that! Came with the chrome package. I'm sure it being chromed makes it much more pleasing to the eye.

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