The performance gains are the same for duals and single systems. The duals offer a deeper more aggressive sound over the single system. This is due to the extra tail pipe and the fact that most dual systems have a slightly different muffler configuration than the single systems.
An "Off-road" system is designed to deliver all out power gains. These systems make no provisions to retain the factory catalytic converter. Some jurisdictions do not allow the removal of your vehicle's catalytic converter therefore they can only be legally used off of the highways.
Generally, MBRP designs all of its systems to retain the factory spare tire.
MRBP kits come complete with all the required hardware as well as clear, easy to read instructions with lots of pictures to help you work your way through your installation.
None of MRBP exhaust systems require any welding. In fact, MRBP systems can be installed using common hand tools.
All of MRBP exhaust systems will fit dual rear wheel (dually) trucks. MBRP recommend that tips be installed to extend the exhaust and avoid any discoloration of your vehicle.
MBRP offers you a choice for "Cool Duals" on your gas powered trucks of either out the side exiting behind both rear wheels or straight out the back on both sides.
The muffler on the single diesel exhaust systems should be installed to allow the exhaust gasses to flow smoothly over the louvers on the muffler core. If the muffler is installed so that the louvers catch the exhaust gases it will increase resonance levels inside the vehicle.
It depends on the model of vehicle involved. The systems for the Chev/GMC Duramax and the Ford Power Stroke position the muffler outlets vertically. The systems for the Dodge trucks with the Cummins motor have the muffler positioned with the outlets horizontal.
By installing an MBRP exhaust system you will see an increase in horsepower and torque. Fuel mileage gains may be noticed as well as a decrease in exhaust gas temperatures (EGTs). By lowering EGTs you will increase your turbo longevity.
The muffler used on all of MRBP diesel systems is a straight flow through design with a spiral louver core. The muffler is packed with stainless steel wool which is then wrapped with a ceramic fiber blanket. This combination creates the deep mellow exhaust note that MBRPinc. systems are known for. MRBP Performance Gas systems use a variety of high flow muffler designs utilizing the same spiral louver core design as MRBP diesel mufflers or tuned chamber designs specific to the application intended.
MBRP do not recommend installing "Cool Duals" on vehicles equipped with a goose neck hitch. The under bed structure of the goose neck hitch and the driver side tail pipe interfere with each other. MBRP recommends using a single exhaust system if a goose neck is installed on the vehicle.
BRP produces the most extensive range of pick-up truck stacks under the SMOKERS brand. Choose between singles or duals in 4" diameter pipe to 5". Add on any of a variety of stacks, from 4" to 8" diameter, Turn Out, Aussie, Angle Cut or Straight in T-304 mirror polished stainless steel or black coat MBRP have the stack system to match your personal sense of style.
MBRP offers the largest selection of bolt on silencers. Improves throttle response, a deeper throatier sound and offers large weight savings over stock. MBRP has the most dependable and reliable silencer with the best warranty in the business.
As there are many different riding conditions that are available to our users, MBRP Inc does not quote specific db levels. MBRP silencers do produce more decibels than stock, although MBRP alter the sound to a deeper tone. If concerned with the sound level, it is our recommendation to purchase a trail or standard canister.
When developing a silencer, MBRP uses stock brake specifics meaning that MBRP does not alter your stock jetting or clutching to gain the performance that MBRP does. It was found that riding at extreme elevations and temperatures may warrant a jet or clutch change. It is important to us that you remain as dependable and reliable as stock with MRBP silencer.
MBRP has made a bracket so the F7 will fit to the chain case or to the diamond drive.
Depending on the machine, MBRP has produced models that are compliant with the EFI as well as the carb models. In some cases, they share the same can and in others, MBRP designed another silencer.
The MBRP silencer uses the stock mounts and springs. There is no cutting or welding necessary to fit this to your sled. They are a direct fit and install in minutes.
Yes MRBP canister does not interfere with the reverse. MRBP design keeps the silencer far enough ahead of the reverse.
Yes, you will however be using some stock parts to install. Any additional parts needed for install are supplied with the silencer.
T304 stainless steel will not oxidize or rust, it can however develop a golden color when exposed to high heat over time. T409 stainless steel has a fair amount of ferrous material in it and can show surface oxidization after some time, especially when exposed to road salt. This can be prevented by applying a stainless steel cleanser using a scouring pad. If you are concerned about long-term appearance, you should get the T304 system. If you are more concerned about the price, but want something that is more durable than aluminized steel, then the T409 system would be the system of choice.
Yes, the catalytic converter can be retained for all current model trucks. Be sure you have purchased the correct system that will allow you to retain the converter.