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Old 06-07-2013, 10:50 AM
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Ok guys I have a 12 f-250 and don't want to delete but would like alittle more sound on the exhaust end. I have searched and everything I have found it about deleting the dpf I would just like to remove the muffler. Is that going to give me any more sound or just a waste of time and just wait till I delete everything. Thanks


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Old 06-10-2013, 07:16 PM
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I removed the factory tail pipe (dpf back) an replaced with stainless 5" Mbrp. No difference in sound but look much better than factory


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Ok thanks for replying


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You aren't going to get more sound w/o deleting. The DPF back stuff is cosmetic only.

I went thru that stage, then deleted. Deleted is much better
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I removed the factory tail pipe (dpf back) an replaced with stainless 5" Mbrp. No difference in sound but look much better than factory


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Got a pic of this by any chance?

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That's the 5" MBRP w/ 6" tip. I found it to be a very tight fit around the rear shock, rubbed a little.
Then I went to the aFe 5" and there's plenty of room now - of course that's not a filter back one .
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That's the 5" MBRP w/ 6" tip. I found it to be a very tight fit around the rear shock, rubbed a little.
Then I went to the aFe 5" and there's plenty of room now - of course that's not a filter back one .
Looks good! Thanks for the follow up.

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Old 06-12-2013, 06:14 PM
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Hey Trick what muffler did you use and does it get rid of 50% of the squeal when the wastegate opens?
I've got the same as you, with a tight fit around the rubber shock boot as well. I was straight pipe all the way, then put on the Flowmaster Huspower and was NOT impressed. It took away maybe 20% of the "squawl" (???) sound and I still dont like it. I like the sound that comes from the older 6.4 but I know it's totally different.

I'm tempted to divert the 5" into twin 3" Flowmasters made for the gas engines, then actually run twin 3" tubes out each rear corner. Expensive adventure if it winds up sounding like crap again.
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