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BEST EXAUST for 7.3

What is the best Exaust to put on my 2000 7.3
I looked at the hog exaust what do you all recomend??

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also should I go turbo back or just downpipe back?
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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

The MBRP and Magnaflow exhaust systems have been the most popular systems nowadays.

I'd reccomend getting a turbo-back system for the most EGT drop.

Let me know if you have any questions.
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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

I put the the stainless dual magnaflow system on and man you cannot go wrong. Here is what I found when I put it on my egt dropped 70 degrees and this is the pyro before the turbo. That was my regular cruising speed at 65 which is what I do all the time. This system is real quiet going down the road. I can guarantee that you wont be dissapointed. I will be towing a 13k fifth wheel trailer in march. I will let you know how hot or cool this thing runs.

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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

Which is louder?? MBRP or Magnaflow??

I want something deep and loud, but not obnixious...
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The MBRP system is going to be a little louder. It will give you that deep tone you are looking for without being too loud.
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Thankyou

to everyone for your info Bobcat I will be in touch

Thanks again
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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

Banks Monster exhaust for a SS system or a Diamond Eye if you want aluminized steel. Either system will work well and you can also cut in an Aeroturbine as well to further lower EGTs.

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does anyone know if i can buy just the MBRP muffler .... i've got a 4" system, it just don't "rumble" enough [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

I have researched several. I am thinking I like the Banks Monster Exhaust. It has a welded bung on the turbo down pipe for a threaded thermocoupler for EGT's. The muffler is suppose to give a deep sound but not too harsh of a drone. Does anyone have the Banks Monster System and are you pleased with it???

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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

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does anyone know if i can buy just the MBRP muffler .... i've got a 4" system, it just don't "rumble" enough [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

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You can buy MBRP mufflers Here
They aren't cheap though..
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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

I really like my Bank's Monster Exhaust. I can't tell you if it's any better than the other brands out there.

I can tell you it's not too loud, it lowered my EGT's when towing my 5th wheel, and it fit perfectly right out of the box.

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These are just a few places that I could think of right now. They are certified MBRP suppliers. My favorite.

www.itpdiesel.com
www.dieselsite.com
www.rmdiesel.com

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Re: BEST EXAUST for 7.3

Yes, we handle all of the following for the 7.3L:
<ul type="square">[*]MBRP Single Tailpipe and MBRP Dual Tailpipe Aluminized and S.S. Exhaust Systems[*]MagnaFlow Single and Dual Tailpipe S.S. Exhaust Systems[*]Diamond Eye Single Tailpipe and Dual Tailpipe Aluminized Exhaust Systems[/list]Please let me know if we can be of any assistance!

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