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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-15-2007, 10:02 PM Thread Starter
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MBRP filter back exhaust or no?

So im thinking about getting exhaust put on my truck, bc i hate the way the new exhaust looks on the 08's, not to mention i want a little noise. So i was surfing the net and came across MBRP 4-Inch Exhaust System (Filter-Back)..i. I like the way it looks and all but what kind of gains do you think i would get if any putting this on (horsepower/torque wise)? Do you think i should even expect gains considering its filter back? Or im also thinking maybe i should wait a little longer and see what else comes out... What kind of brands should i look for with exhaust, is MBRP even a reputable name? Do you think it will have a good sound to it? Im also looking at the AFE intake for the truck as well... what kinda gains should i see with that? Should i wait for other brands to come out with theirs, or is AFE a good brand. Any information would be helpful. Im pretty new to the diesel world... Thanks
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Both MBRP and Magnaflow both make exhaust for the 6.4, IMO I would lean towards the MBRP. The AFE stage 2 seems to be a nice setup with good numbers. I don't have a 6.4, or I would have done this already and could tell you from experience. Let me know if I can help.
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:bow: :Thumbup: cool I'm glad you found a pic I've been dying to see what it would look like. I would say go with the mbrp quailty is A+ and will have to give you some mor hp & tq than what you have stock !!
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I am ordering one now...before i even have my truck...haha
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Anyone know how loud the MBRP exhaust is on the 6.4s? I like the look of the cool duals. The stock 6.4 is way too quiet.
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Flowmaster is also releasing a system for the 6.4L. MBRP also has stacks available in addition to the single and dual exhaust system.

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