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4" Downpipe for '06 PSD

I need a 4" downpipe, preferably stainless, for a 2006 F-250 6.0L. I currently have a 4" Silverline turbo back dual with the 3.5" downpipe. It's going into the shop for new mods Dec 4th so I'm wanting the pipe quick. Thanks.
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You know its extremely tight to put the 4" downpipe and in most cases you may have to kink it to fit and not hit anything.

I would stick with the 3.5" unless you are having EGT issues.


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You know its extremely tight to put the 4" downpipe and in most cases you may have to kink it to fit and not hit anything.

I would stick with the 3.5" unless you are having EGT issues.
I know it's hard, that's why I want to do it now. I'm doing gaskets, studs, injectors and fuel system so it'll all be apart and we can 'manipulate' the firewall as needed. So, now's the best time.
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We offer a 2pc down pipe. It's 3.5" at the top where it connects to the turbo, then it turns to 4" towards the bottom of the fire wall. The only draw back is, it's aluminized, and you're lookin' for stainless. Let me know if you're still interested.


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We offer a 2pc down pipe. It's 3.5" at the top where it connects to the turbo, then it turns to 4" towards the bottom of the fire wall. The only draw back is, it's aluminized, and you're lookin' for stainless. Let me know if you're still interested.
Thanks, but the one I have is 3.5" down to the bottom of the firewall and is stainless. I want a 4" from the top down.
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