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I have an opportunity to get the bd manifold at a good price. New in the box.

 

https://www.xtremediesel.com/bd-power-1045947-exhaust-pulse-manifold

 

Is it a worth while upgrade. I'd be be trading labor, but not sure I want it.

 

It does look good, will it make any power? Lower egts? Help turbo spool quicker? Bd claims it does but from researching I'm not sure. Might just be a pretty part.

 

Figured I'd ask you guys first because I'm torn its literally eating me up not being able to decide.

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i dont have a BD, but i have the DPS 3 piece. bought it after the OEM cracked. it seemed to spool faster, but thats all i really noticed. either way 4 years later havent had any issues.

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Not to piss on the parade, I was told one piece SS is the way to go. Can't remember why or when, maybe try researching one piece stainless versus three piece.

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Stainless are also good options, but generally a decent amount more cash. 

 

Nothing wrong with a nice 3 piece at a good price. I ran a used 2 piece on my 05 and would again over the cost of stainless. 

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I run a 3 piece as well that came with my twins.  Changed turbos at the same time I changed manifolds so can't really say on any difference in performance.  But it spools my 62 exactly like my old hy did.  I would advise changing to stainless studs instead of reusing the old manifold bolts...it makes the install much easier and cleaner looking. 

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