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Was looking at uprgading my exhaust to 4" or 5" from the turbo back, not really sure which size to go with. Was also wondering which brand to go with???I was looking into magnaflow.
2006 2500 4x4 sport, short box
I have owened 4 diffrent systems and to be honest FarmboysDiesel has a fantastic kit. Very affordable and the fit is perfect. I choose the 5" as it is not as loud as the 4". It is loud but is allot deaper in sound. I also opted for the 6" tip which adds that tone to it..
i just put on a 5 inch Turbo back MBRP and i love it, not too load but you can definatley hear the truck roar.
2007 5.9L laramie [/B]4door short bed, 4x4, 5 inch MBRP turbo back exhaust, AFE stage II intake, ATS manifold, Smarty REVO. Autometer Phantom II's Pyro, Boost, fuel pressure, trans temp Airdog II. leveling kit/Bilstein 5100's. Line X, XD wheels with Pro Comp A/T.
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