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Not 100% sure but it appears to be an egt sensor thats hanging. May want to call afe and ask them about it or who you got the exhaust from. It will either throw a cel for it or just max the egt sensor out on a gauge. Ones a problem one isnt.
2016 LML Denali 2500
Mcgaughy's 2" drop shackle
22x10 American Force Flux black w machined or Toyos on OEM wheels. Depends on the day of the week
Wehrli S300 kit w/ 66mm SXE
Wehrli CP3 conversion 10mm stroker
Profab Manifold & Up-pipes
Stock Trans For Now
Stock Sticks For Now
Air Dog 165 4G
I wish I had read the reviews on aFe before I purchased. I’m not impressed. Besides the absence of the sensor bung, the fitment pretty much sucks. The outlets are impossible to match. Spent hours twisting, adjusting and cussing. Nowhere in their instructions does it say you’ll need a torch to install. You will if you want your tips to somewhat match.
I cut the bung out of my stock exhaust and welded it into the new one. Seems to have worked.
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I think dual exhaust looks good on all trucks but for functionality it does nothing for these new diesels that have the def system unless you can engineer a dual dpf with dual sensors and yatta yatta yatta. That being said from the outside looking in it makes the truck look meaner unless its 9 inch stacks like really boys these freightliners and mac's and peterbuilts dont even have that big of stacks let's get real and the Cummins with dials is that for bank 1 and bank 2? Is that front 3 pistons and back 3 pistons? Cause I know that's not how its plumbed but whatever it is what it is I think the the dual pipes out the back looks good but more functional on gassers