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Magnaflow DPF Back 5” Quality?

Looking at throwing this on my “modified” 6.7l. I’m just wondering if anybody has any experience with Magnaflow exhaust setups and can give feedback on the quality? I love the look of the 5” to 6” welded tip. Just want to know if the quality of the welds and what not are good. Thanks in advance...and I know my “modified” truck doesn’t need a DPF back exhaust but I have my reasons for wanting to do it.


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What steel are they using for your application??



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It’s just stating that it is stainless steel. Not doing the aluminized version.

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Magnaflow makes a quality exhaust, we sell a ton of exhausts here at Dales, Jamo Performance, Flo-Pro, P1, MBPR and others. Is this something you are considering purchasing or do you already have this exhaust? If looking to purchase still, message me and I'll quote you on the best options with a little forum member discount.

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I run/have run two versions of MagnaFlow. One is the dual tip stainless steel version. Aside from the typical surface spotting of rust on the piping it's just fine. To increase the "visual appeal" I have thought to get out the green pad, give it a good cleaning and scrub, then some good primer and top coat of high temp paint just to get it looking better. Without that "issue" it's working just fine, no issues with quality or sound.
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