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Intake/Exhaust package recommendations and $

Howdy! I'm looking to upgrade the intake & exhaust on my 2002 7.3 F250 and moderator on the 7.3 Powerstroke forum recommended I make a post over here. My primary purpose to increase the MPG's. Once I'm a little more educated about this stuff I will look into tuners so any thought on that topic will also be appreciated. Thanks guys!

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seems everyone on here really likes the MBRP exhaust most are using airraid, aem, or S&B intakes I like the AEM brute force myself because it's a dry filter and instead of the mbrp I might end up buying a summit stainless turbo back exhaust. Im like you want the stuff just hav'nt bought it yet. I've got a warranty until november so right now i'm just trying to save up what I can for parts.

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As a proud sponsor of this board I would love to see you get into one of our Stainless systems which I am sure any of our dealers on here could get you set up on, or if you're on a tight budget our new P-Series Alumized kit has a price starting at $283.03 retail which is a 4" single turbo back exhaust. S6200P
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As a proud sponsor of this board I would love to see you get into one of our Stainless systems which I am sure any of our dealers on here could get you set up on, or if you're on a tight budget our new P-Series Alumized kit has a price starting at $283.03 retail which is a 4" single turbo back exhaust. S6200P
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Thanks for all the help guys! I'll keep you posted as I move forward
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You can't go wrong with any of the MBRP systems... Going on 5+ years now with one of their T-409 stainless systems. No problems at all.
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