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MBRP DPF back

What vendor has the best price on a MBRP 4" DPF back kit for a 2011 6.7 CCSB?
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Cool....I will check them out. Thank you!
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Is there really any benefit to adding a DPF back exhaust? I would think the DPF is still going to keep things "clogged" up.


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gets rid of that silly looking factory dual tip thing. zero performance advantage, strictly for looks

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Since you are pulling the muffler, and that little resonator looking thing, will it change the sound at all?
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I didn't notice anything when I did mine.

I went the route of trying to keep the DPF first and used the MBRP filter back just like you are (thought I went with the 5".)

After futzing with the green card and finding it caused a bunch of problems and never delivered on performance or mpg, I deleted.

W/ deletes everything changes, but a filter back doesn't do a thing other than look cool (IMHO it looked a lot better than the stock dual tip.)

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