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4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

What exhaust is better for my 7.3, I hear the 5" is to much let me know please!
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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

either one you want no diff except sound


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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

prolly a 4 easier to find tips


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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

4" is all you need, but 5" does look and sound pretty cool.
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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

What's the difference as far as egt while pulling
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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

i love the sound of my 5".

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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

there wont be any difference in EGT's between the two.
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no diff in egts but i do dig my 5 wish i had a tip though


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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

sounds like the four inch is the way to go. im a cheap ass!!!!

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Re: 4"or 5" which is best for the 7.3

send a message to DSTRBD He is with PTP, they have some awsome deals on exhaust...

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