Re: MBRP 4" install
the mbrp systems are fit VERY well. hangers line up, bends are perfect, do it yourself!!
Wish I could say the same for my MBRP, wasn't really happy with mine especially because I paid the extra for the high grade stainless.
the straight section right out of the down pipe was rubbing on a cross member, I had all I could do to loosen every clamp and get about 1/8 clearance and then tighten every thing back up, messed with the down pipe to get this as well.
Also the most rear hanger by the shock was not bent correctly and the hanger wanted to fall out and still put the rubber hanger mount at an angle, the bend around the shock was to the point where it touched the rear shock ever so slightly, I ended up taking the rear section off and bending the hangers. It still settled so the pipe hits the shock ever so slightly.
Needless to say I messed with this for quite some time, tweaking here and there, tightening and loosening here and there, and I shouldn't have had to do that. And yes I ordered the right one for my truck.
Definitely not the first exhaust install I've done and I wasn't impressed, but I'm a little of a perfectionist, but aren't we all on here.
2003 F-350 4x4 SC 7.3, WOP QSSB Turbo, Isspro Gauges, MBRP 4 inch, AFE Stage II, , DP Tuned Stock, HI, 40t, 60t, 80t, 80e, 120R, 140ex, 6.0 Trans Cooler, 08 Tow Mirrors, 35in Kumho Mts
1993 International 4600 Dump, 7.3 IDI