Dodge Ram 2500 / 3500 1998, Performance Series™ Turbo-Back Diesel Exhaust System by MBRP®. Series: Performance Series™. Exhaust Type: Turbo-Back. Main Piping Diameter: 4". Exit Location: Single Side Exit. CARB Compliant: Yes. Get more out of your turbodiesel pickup with a Performance Series exhaust system from MBRP. Get more power, more torque, more fuel economy and more of that sweet big-motor burble. Whether you’re towing, drag racing or off-roading, these value-priced exhaust systems will scavenge more spent exhaust gases than the stock system.
- Authoritative exhaust note
- Single side exit behind passenger-side rear tire
- 16 GA aluminized steel construction
- Aluminum-silicon coated welded seams
- Boosts horsepower and torque
- Can improve economy 1-2 mpg
- Mounts from OEM hangers
- Installs with simple hand tools
- 2-year warranty
- Hardware included
Choose a pure off-road (that means not legal for street use) system that replaces your entire stock exhaust system from the turbocharger outlet flange to the rear fender. With no catalytic converter and only a small, straight-through muffler, it’s got plenty of bark. If you need to keep your truck emissions-and street-legal, then MBRP has your number: a system that replaces the factory downpipe with a less restrictive one, utilizes the stock catalytic converter and routes from there to the wheel well through large-diameter, mandrel-bent pipes for minimum backpressure. Or make your life simpler with a system that simply connects to the back of the cat, making installation a fifteen-minute affair, and still gives you that authoritative exhaust note.
Fifteen years ago, MBRP® started in the exhaust business by introducing the B&B Eliminator, a silencer that quickly became the best-selling snow machine muffler of all time. Exhaust system technology being as universal as it is, they soon branched off into cars, Jeeps, and diesel trucks, with amazing success. One of their secrets has been the practice of making as many universal-fit kits as possible. A couple of extra parts in the box means that a single kit might fit a number of different wheelbase pickup trucks, for instance. Reducing complexity in ordering is better for them, better for their distributors, and a great benefit for their customers, who are more likely to be able to find a kit that fits their vehicle on hand. In addition, they go to great lengths to make sure their systems fit properly every time. Careful attention to design and fabrication delivers a system that doesn’t need customization with a hammer to fit properly before the car or truck comes off the lift.