MBRP has fitment issues with everything they make...................Like my MBRP other then a pita on the LMM but that's anyone on them
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It gets rid of the WOT screech and allows the turbo to cool off more quickly, thats it.................... They do not make any more power or significantly cool egts while under load.does a downpipe really make a difference for the pain in the a$$ it is to install???
Downpipe back systems do not include a downpipe..........Just to confirm my thinking....I am looking at buying a new exhaust system for my LB7 and I am looking at turbo back systems. I am making the assumption that it includes the down pipe. If this is true why would you ever just replace the down pipe and have it go into the stock exhaust? Or vice versa and just replace the stock exhaust from down pipe back and do the down pipe later on down the road?
I am not trying to be an ass here just trying to confim the way I think and making sure I am not missing something here. Bottom line to me is:
If your going to upgrade any of your exhaust system do it all or don't do it.
Agreed with this. All I ever saw was it cooled down a little quicker when I parked the truck. Under load it was almost as hot as before. It does get rid of the screach sound and makes your truck sound more like an lb7 or a psd actually, lol.It gets rid of the WOT screech and allows the turbo to cool off more quickly, thats it.................... They do not make any more power or significantly cool egts while under load.