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Old 08-01-2020, 06:27 AM
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Looking for Recommendations on up pipes. I wanna put the 6 L manifold on my 6.4. I also want the y pipe on one of the pipes so that I can put a wastegate on it. Whatís out there thatís good?
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Looking for Recommendations on up pipes. I wanna put the 6 L manifold on my 6.4. I also want the y pipe on one of the pipes so that I can put a wastegate on it. Whatís out there thatís good?

If you know a welder, I custom made mine, I cut the bottoms off my 6.4ís and put the 6.0ís flange on.


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Old 08-01-2020, 08:48 AM
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I've used BD's 6.0 style up-pipes many times with little trouble. Over the years I have had to replace the passenger side pipe a couple times but they were a few years old each time.
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They have no y for my waste gate
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Old 08-01-2020, 10:52 AM
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I can make them off my old pipes but wanted to get away from them. I see them failing and Wanted something that would last longer. I was hoping the aftermarket some would..
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I can make them off my old pipes but wanted to get away from them. I see them failing and Wanted something that would last longer. I was hoping the aftermarket some would..

Iíve had mine for 2 years no issues.. or just cut your Y off and weld it on the new ones. Easy.


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Old 08-01-2020, 11:03 AM
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Originally was going to do that with some BD up pipes. I was hoping I could find one already made. I think my pipes are steel and didn’t wanna weld them to the stainless bd pipes. I know you can weld steel the stainless but didn’t want to different metals expanding and contracting over and over again. Figured it would eventually crack. They’re not that easy to get to.
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Originally was going to do that with some BD up pipes. I was hoping I could find one already made. I think my pipes are steel and didnít wanna weld them to the stainless bd pipes. I know you can weld steel the stainless but didnít want to different metals expanding and contracting over and over again. Figured it would eventually crack. Theyíre not that easy to get to.

Just contact Shane aka [mention]White_monster [/mention] heíll make you a set


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