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how to connect a 4" down pipe

How do you connect a 4" down pipe (turbo down)to the stock exhaust, just a reducer. Its going on my cousins 2000 f350


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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

Just reduce it may have to do some cutting and welding. May need to get a flange to connect to the turbo.
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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

I thought since they sell just the down pipe and a muffler delete they would sell a reducer so you can do a weekend bolt on.


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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

It may come ready to bolt in if it's for you're application!
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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

If you buy it per application it will bolt in. to remove the stock one i had to cut the end of it off. Will be the same for your truck. Mine is a 2000.
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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

The orig is too long to clear the cross member. My Diamondeye was short enough to go right in with no trouble. You can get a 4" turbo back sys with all new 4" for less than $300. Just do it all.

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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

Why would you go from a 4" DP to a 3" stock exhaust?


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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

x2. just put my 4 in dp in yesterday, took all of 30 mins doing it myself, easiest way to get the stocker out is to cut it infront of the trans cross member and take it out, hardest part is just getting the vband clamp on right.

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Re: how to connect a 4" down pipe

yea....the down pipe install and tear out is pretty easy on a 7.3

2000 F-350 SD ccsb=185hp
Matt's Tunes=140hp
6637=20hp
2% window tint=25hp
4in straight pipe=50hp
Custom Fuel system w/ sump=50hp
Foil,AIH,EBPV delete=30hp
Wow...I'm making 500hp
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