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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-21-2007, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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Turbo back exhaust options

ok, I've been to 3 sites for Magnaflow exhaust for my 2006 F-350 and 2 of the part numbers seem to be the same kit but one is more money???

part numbers are

15952 and 15971

4" Turbo back with 5" polished tip and muffler, side exit. Magnaflows site doesnt even list one of them..lol..which is it?!?!

and if you think the dual outlet is better lemme know too...
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I have the MRBP turboback duals. Duals don't add any performance, but the sound cool as H***, and you can smoke cars on both sides. I can't help you on their price difference. Sorry I can't be more help. Keith

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My muffler shop installed a MagnaFlow #16922 turbo back stainless steel system side exit which included the magnaFlow muffler but no tip on my 2006, F350.

I have no idea why you have different part numbers. Maybe one is for an aluminized rather than a stainless steel system. Maybe one includes a tip, mine did not.

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anyone know what the "tuner" system is? says it doesnt use the stock flange end and changes it?
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