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Old 01-22-2008, 01:08 PM
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2008 4" Inlet with 3.5" Dual Tailpipe DPF Exhaust Kit

MagnaFlow is pleased to announce 4” Inlet w/ 3.5” Dual DPF Exhaust Kit. For specs on the system’s configuration, pipe size, layout and tip configuration, see pictures below:











The new cat back system for this application has been dyno verified to make 24 hp and 36 lbs. ft of torque. It features full mandrel bends (no compression bends, like those done at muffler shops) for maximum flow and a straight through, wide open muffler with NO baffles, NO chambers and NO restrictions. The system installs with simple hand tools and in most cases, can be installed by the average do-it-yourselfer in 30-60 minutes.

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why cant this kit be used on an 03-07 6.0 Liter??
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Old 03-25-2008, 08:39 AM
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why cant this kit be used on an 03-07 6.0 Liter??
This kit is only designed for the DPF on the new 6.4L Diesels
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:01 PM
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i like the look of the TWO side-by-side pipes 4" into dual side by side 3.5's

I would think if you guys offered a system like this for a 6.0 you'd sell alot of them
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i like the look of the TWO side-by-side pipes 4" into dual side by side 3.5's

I would think if you guys offered a system like this for a 6.0 you'd sell alot of them

To be completely honest with you. You are the first person to ever ask this question. Yeah it would look cool. But not alot of people are showing interest in this set up for the older model trucks
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what is in the kit that makes it not usable on an 03-07 truck.
I would think the tail pipes ove the axle would fit.wouldnt they.

Could i buy the tail pipes and thr Y and bolt it in??

Iam gonna put a post in the 6.0 Forum and see how many guys would want the side by side exhaust

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Old 03-27-2008, 07:06 AM
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what is in the kit that makes it not usable on an 03-07 truck.
I would think the tail pipes ove the axle would fit.wouldnt they.

Could i buy the tail pipes and thr Y and bolt it in??

Iam gonna put a post in the 6.0 Forum and see how many guys would want the side by side exhaust

Email Me and I will send you the cad drawing and you will be able to see why it wouldnt work. We dont sell components. All of our kits are built per box.
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id by one! 5 inch..id buy it
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I'm a little confused. Does this kit delete the DPF? And does the dual pipes run parallel to each other and exit on the same side or is it just they way they're configured for the picture?
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