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Turbo Downpipes

The turbocharger on your rig has one objective at wide-open throttle: to cram as much air into the engine as possible. Sadly, the stock turbo downpipe flows like a bendy-straw which results in slower spool-up times and lower boost levels. Thankfully, unlocking the potential of your turbocharger is only a few wrench-turns away with a high-flow turbo downpipe.
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MBRP Turbo Downpipe

slight problem with flange angle

I think its important to be truthful and say that i received a bad downpipe that the angle on the bottom end did not match the angle of the first section of the exhaust system which is not Auto Anythings fault but you must know how great both companies customer service departments are. MBRP looked at the pics from the installer and immediately realized the problem and made steps to have a new downpipe sent out, Auto Any backed me the whole way. View more reviews...
Posted By Ron C (Elgin, IL) / February 16, 2018
2006 Chevy Silverado
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