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Old 02-12-2020, 10:10 AM   #11 (permalink)
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What is the part you are holding in last set of pics?

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Old 02-19-2020, 02:47 PM   #12 (permalink)
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FLO PRO ST11070B 4"X 5"X 22" VENTED TURNOUT ROLLED EDGE CLAMP ON SS
And to make it really clean you add this. MBRP TIP 5 Inch Inlet 6 Inch End - Angled


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Old 03-03-2020, 12:01 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Banks 5" exhaust

Bought the Banks 5" Monster for my l5p and couldn't get the diesal exhaust pressure differential pipe directly behind the dpf to budge without ruining it. The flare nut that goes into the exhaust bung seems to be welded to the metal tubing and wouldn't spin without twisting the metal pipe. Got it off by cutting the exhaust pipe at the recommended length behind the hanger (8.5") and spinning it of nut and all. Let it soak with penatrating oil for awhile before trying to break it free. Kind of disappointing.

Waiting for new part to complete the install.
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Old 03-04-2020, 07:14 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Bought the Banks 5" Monster for my l5p and couldn't get the diesal exhaust pressure differential pipe directly behind the dpf to budge without ruining it. The flare nut that goes into the exhaust bung seems to be welded to the metal tubing and wouldn't spin without twisting the metal pipe. Got it off by cutting the exhaust pipe at the recommended length behind the hanger (8.5") and spinning it of nut and all. Let it soak with penatrating oil for awhile before trying to break it free. Kind of disappointing.

Waiting for new part to complete the install.
I have the aFe 5" kit waiting to be installed. I too can not budge that fitting. So I purchased that pipe ahead of time so if it doesn't come loose, I'll have the replacement. And it just came today. My local dealer quoted me $130 for that assembly. I found it online, the actual GM part for $50 from a dealer in another part of the country. Go figure.
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Old 03-05-2020, 01:43 AM   #15 (permalink)
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I have the aFe 5" kit waiting to be installed. I too can not budge that fitting. So I purchased that pipe ahead of time so if it doesn't come loose, I'll have the replacement. And it just came today. My local dealer quoted me $130 for that assembly. I found it online, the actual GM part for $50 from a dealer in another part of the country. Go figure.
Smart move. $88 for the part #84278549 from my local dealer and got it in 2 days. I'm putting anti-seize on the threads of all three sensors going into the Monster bungs.

My buddies are having fun with it since I've been having to use public transit to get to work for the last few days. LOL.
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