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Old 12-06-2015, 10:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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stock exhaust with straight pipe?

I have done my share of searching on here and had no luck finding an answer and hope this hasn't been asked too much. My question is has anybody just cut the dpf and cat off and replaced with a straight pipe. I have an LML and after crawling under and looking the stock exhaust looks like 4 inch or close to it. I have just ordered the egr blocker plates and was looking at down pipe back system but started wondering why spend on a complete 4 inch when I may have one to start with that I could splice a section into? Efi live will be ordered just deciding on who to go through, a member mentioned Motorops and that's kind of where I am leaning. Is there any negative to using my own pipe? Any help is much appreciated thanks

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just found my answer two posts under mine, jesus I guess I can

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