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Aftermarket Exhaust Question

Okay I have a 2003 Duramax that I want to install an exhaust on......I want to go with a 4" turbo back and probably stainless with a chrome tip....I was thinking of the MBRP.....Does anyone have this exhaust and if you do how do you like it? Any other suggestions?? Thanks...
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I have had 4" MBRP on my last 4 trucks, it's the best IMO, you won't be dissapointed.
post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-22-2007, 06:48 AM
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MBRP isn't really a turbo back, it's from the down-pipe back. If you want a true 4" turbo back check summit.
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you can use a Bank's mid pipe and a MBRP exhaust. Turbo back is not gonna happen unless you fab one yourself. I laugh, when I see turbo back systems for sale. They are not turbo back.
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you can use a Bank's mid pipe and a MBRP exhaust. Turbo back is not gonna happen unless you fab one yourself. I laugh, when I see turbo back systems for sale. They are not turbo back.

Summit's system comes with a new 4" downpipe. I have the part #'s somewhere on my workbench... So if you really want them it will give me an excuse to hide in my garage for an hour or so.
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Summit's system comes with a new 4" downpipe. I have the part #'s somewhere on my workbench... So if you really want them it will give me an excuse to hide in my garage for an hour or so.
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We had the magnaflow 4" down pipe back, and it sounded great, IMHO, you won't be disappointed with very many.

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4" Stainless turbo back is #SUM-673222
5" Aluminized turbo back is #SUM-680006

Both are $398.95 on their website.

There is also a 4" Aluminized down pipe back #SUM-680003 for $295.95

They charge about $20 for shipping and their systems are made somewhere in MN. I did alot of shopping around for exhaust systems and this is by far the best deal I found. When I do get ready to get an exhaust this is what I'm getting. They also include a directional muffler in the kit. Just go to their website and type in the part #.
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