Magnaflow Exhaust System 4" Turbo-Back Turn Down Exhaust 17133
List Price: $473.06
XDP Price: $365.54
You Save: $107.52 (23 %)
Manufacturer: MagnaFlow Exhaust
Manufacturer Number: 17133
XDP Part Number: MAG17133
Application: 03-07 Ford 6.0L Powerstroke F-250/F-350 CC/SB-LB, EC/LB
V8 6.0L (DIESEL); F250/350 Superduty, Crew Cab Short/Long Bed, Extended Cab/ Long Bed, Excl. Dually
Off Road Pro Series; 7 x 24in. Muffler; 4.0in. Tubing; 4.0in. Turn Down; TURN DOWN IN FRONT OF REAR TIRE
Material: 409 Stainless Steel
Tubing O.D. Size: 4"
System Type: Turbo-Back
TIP : 4" Down Spout Tip
Exit Position: Turn Down In Front of Rear Tire
Features and Benefits:
Lifetime Warranty, Dyno Tested And Proven To Make Power, Performance
Gains In Horsepower And Torque, Great Sound -Has A Smooth; Deep Tone,
Easy To Install, Mandrel-Bent. All Welded. Built To Last.
4/3/2014 7:27 PM
I had cut out most of my stock sytem for a "stright pipe" sound and power gain. This system upgrades the exhaust froum a 3" to a 4" TB. The down pipe was a pain to get in but nothing a BFH and a prybar couldn't fix. It comes with all the piping you need to do just about anything you want. I ran the muffler but like the stright pipe sound of the turbo better. No mpg gain or loss with the muffler. You can run the CAT if you want to but it comes with a pipe to run with out it. I "don't" do that but it's your truck do what you want. With the muffler installed it will dump hot exhaust on your shock. That's the only down side to the turn down. Without the muffler, it sits over a foot back. Plently of room. If you want to set it up for a side exit you can. I would just find a way to hang it a bit better. I used a bolt that I monted to the crossmember to support the weight. Stops any flex in the pipes. Also gives you a BA vibration in the cab. I kinda like it. Hopefully this helps anyone that needs something just to pass SMOG or a cheaper set up. It helped me. FYI if you like dumping coal on the dodge and chevy guys or that cute little prius, this makes it a tad harder. Thats why I would rig up a side exit.