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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 04-19-2007, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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I just received an email with MBRP smokestacks for the 08's. I don't know if they are available for shipping yet, however I will try to find out soon. I can't wait to hear what these babies sound like. They mount behind the emission filters so I'm not sure how will sound when the truck is in regen. However I would definitely go with bigger tips than the ones in the pictures that they sent.

Just thought you guys would want to know.

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post #2 of 46 (permalink) Old 04-19-2007, 10:22 PM
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Ok now tell me if I'm wrong but your warrenty is then gone after you do this right. I was told bye a few diesel techs for dealers if you change one thing on the exhaust system your warrenty has been voided. I was told you are not even allowed to take the tip off of it.

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I don't know how strict they are going to be with the warranty, but everyone keeps saying that they are going to crack down on aftermarket accessories. I guess time will tell.
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Ive just been told to not change anything or your warrenty is gone.

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you can change anything after the DPF and before the tips without losing the warranty.
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I just received an email with MBRP smokestacks for the 08's. I don't know if they are available for shipping yet, however I will try to find out soon. I can't wait to hear what these babies sound like. They mount behind the emission filters so I'm not sure how will sound when the truck is in regen. However I would definitely go with bigger tips than the ones in the pictures that they sent.

Just thought you guys would want to know.

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I'd be interested in them. I wonder what they sound like.
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you can change anything after the DPF and before the tips without losing the warranty.
I was told by the Ford Tech that if one factory piece is removed your warrenty is gone. That is just what I have been told.

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OMG I wish everyone would just drop the you're going to loss your warranty if you mod it !!! I'm sure the guy who buys the aftermarket parts has thought about the consiquences on what might happen with the warrenty and for eanyone who's worried about the warrenty issue concentrate on diesel fuel prices and driving. just be happy you bought a ford !!!
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For as much as they want for them and the troubles Ford has had with previous diesels I think I would make sure my warrenty stayed in tach. $54K for a truck with a voided warrenty is a little much for me.

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