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High Flow converters

I was talking with a friends dad the other day who has a 6.4. We were talking about performance stuff he could do to it and still keep it "Clean". Has anyone used any high flow converters I know Random Technology makes one. They dont have any pics up on their site but all there other stuff looks to be pretty high quality.

Does anyone even have to pass emmisions?

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99&#37; of the 7.3's dont even require a Cat... If for some reason it came with one you can remove it (as long as there is not a "catilist required" sticker somewhere) and no one will be any wiser.

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Re: High Flow converters

I realize my truck doesnt have to pass, but what about the new stuff is it going to have to pass?
What if someone just wants to be sweet and eco friendly?

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isnt only the 2010 models have to pass smog?

i think all the manufactures are doing it just to show their "green" colors..
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Depends on the state. In VA emissions start on the 08s and up. I think it best to check with the state you live in to see.

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I realize my truck doesnt have to pass, but what about the new stuff is it going to have to pass?
What if someone just wants to be sweet and eco friendly?

Well the new stuff is catalist required, and the particulet filter is part of the system... There are tuners out there for the 6.4, 6.6 and 6.7 that are DPF safe and seem to be working fine.

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and there are also ones that are shutting off the regen,and then they delete everything and straight pipe it, then put stacks on.....OH i want a 6.4 now!!!!!
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Basicly nobody has had any reason to run a high flow cat yet. But with the new stuff that will have to pass at some point it may be something worth looking into. Has anybody seen the inards of the DPF yet how restrictive are they?

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Well the new stuff is catalist required, and the particulet filter is part of the system... There are tuners out there for the 6.4, 6.6 and 6.7 that are DPF safe and seem to be working fine.
I've heard there are injectors out for the 6.4 now. Any truth to it?

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