I'm not really sure this is the area to post this question in, but it seemed the best. I have a 1996 Ford F-250 with the powerstroke diesel. The turbo is right on the top of the engine, and the exhaust kinda goes over the right cylinder head, and between the engine and firewall. The problem is that to make the 3 inch pipe go through the 2 1/2 " opening, Ford flattened, and crimped the downpipe in several locations.
I know there are aftermarket downpipes out there, but I was wondering if anyone has tried them, and how hard they were to install, and if it made any difference afterwards.
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