EX­HAUST: WHICH ONE AND WHY

PLUS MAGNAFLOW'S 5-INCH DURAMAX SYS­TEM

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If you’re like most diesel truck own­ers, one of the first modifications you’ll make to your truck is a high-flow­ing ex­haust sys­tem. With a cold-air in­take and some kind of per­for­mance tuner on that list of first mods, re­plac­ing the stock ex­haust kit with a man­drel-bent 4-inch sys­tem just makes sense. When try­ing to de­cide what route to take with your truck, it can be tough to nar­row down the field and make the choice that is best for you. The af­ter­mar­ket ex­haust mar­ket is huge and there are so many op­tions. Is 4 inches enough, or should you jump to a 5? Alu­minized or stain­less pip­ing? Sin­gle or dual exit? Cat-back or turbo-back? Muf­fler or muf­fler delete?

Let’s dive into each of those ques­tions a lit­tle deeper and hope­fully help you make a more ed­u­cated de­ci­sion be­fore you fork over your hard-earned cash.

A qual­ity, high-flow­ing 4-inch ex­haust sys­tem like this stain­less-steel kit from Magnaflow is a great first mod­i­fi­ca­tion to any diesel truck. The stock sys­tem was de­signed more for sound con­trol than per­for­mance, so re­plac­ing it with the right af­ter­mar­ket kit can re­ally help re­duce EGTS, im­prove ex­haust flow, and with the right muf­fler of­fer great sound with­out in­creased in-cab noise.

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