What is it about a chrome plated tail pipe that delivers a smogless rumbling roar of the power of power that basically turns everyone on? Maybe psychologists will work this one out someday, in the meantime, most big truck owners, such as the Cummins 6.7L engine trucks are now more attuned to servicing and improving their trucks performance as well as appearance.

Top-Rated Exhaust for 6.7 Cummins List:

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1. MVP Performance Race 41. MVP Performance Race 4" Turbo Back With Downpipe Down Pipe ExhaustThis is the MVP Performance Race 4" Turbo Back with Downpipe Down Pipe Exhaust System Kit•Only exhaust pipes

•Stainless Steel SS409
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2. MVP Performance Racing Off Road Aluminized Steel 52. MVP Performance Racing Off Road Aluminized Steel 5"This is the MVP Performance Racing Off Road Aluminized Steel 5" Turbo Back + Downpipe Down Pipe DPF Exhaust System Kit•Mandrel Bent Tubing

•Aluminized Steel
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3. MVP Performance Racing 53. MVP Performance Racing 5" Dual Turbo-BackThis is the MVP Performance Racing 5" Dual Turbo-Back + Downpipe Down Pipe Included Exhaust System•Mandrel Bent Tubing

•Aluminized Steel
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4. MVP Performance Racing 54. MVP Performance Racing 5" Stainless Steel Dual Turbo BackThis is the MVP Performance Racing 5" Stainless Steel Dual Turbo Back + Downpipe Down Pipe Included Exhaust System•Will Fit Both, Coil Spring OR Leaf Spring Suspension Models

•Aluminized Steel
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5. MBRP S6100PLM Turbo Back Single Side Exhaust System5. MBRP S6100PLM Turbo Back Single Side Exhaust SystemThis is the MBRP S6100PLM Turbo Back Single Side Exhaust System•No muffler for maximum performance

•Can improve fuel economy by 1-2 mpg
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There is a big shift in the last decade, where Dodge Ram truck owners are pimping up their vehicles with all kinds of optimization parts, and one of those parts are the simple exhaust system. Yup, simple, even when you invest in a convoluted modernized new-fangled tubing system.

The exhaust is basically a way to remove the gasses from your engine’s combustion in a focused, directional, and sound audited (muted) manner.

Essentially there are good and bad exhaust pipes; the difference is in the materials and of course joints. Here is a short list of the Best Exhaust for 6.7 Cummins from MVP and MBRP, which are the best budget ratio friendly exhaust pipes on the market today.

Best Exhaust for 6.7 Cummins Reviews:

1. MVP Performance Race 4″ For 2007.5-2012 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 Cummins 6.7L

This is a turbo back type exhaust system, and it is mounted directly to the turbo unit providing maximum diameter and reduced band degree angles with a mandrel bent pipe. This system provides the lowest exhaust gas temperatures and maximum exhaust flow from your system.

This kit is suitable for: 2007.5 to 2012 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel trucks

In some cases, you might need to trim the tailpipe extension. This kit is made of SS409 stainless steel but does not include the muffler or tip.

 

2. MVP Performance Racing Off Road Aluminized Steel 5″ 13-17 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L

This is 5” turbo back type race exhaust system is mounted directly to the turbo unit providing maximum diameter and reduced band degree angles with a mandrel bent pipe. This system provides the lowest exhaust gas temperatures and maximum exhaust flow from your system.

This kit is suitable for: 2013-2017 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel trucks

In some cases, you might need to trim the tailpipe extension. This kit is made of SS409 stainless steel, comes with the front pipe, but does not include the muffler or tip. This is a fit for leaf suspension systems only.

 

3. MVP Performance Racing 5″ 13-17 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L Coil Spring Models

This is performance racing 5” turbo back type race exhaust system is mounted directly to the turbo unit providing maximum diameter and reduced band degree angles with a mandrel bent pipe. This system provides the lowest exhaust gas temperatures and maximum exhaust flow from your system.

This kit is suitable for: 2013-2017 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel trucks

In some cases, you might need to trim the tailpipe extension. This kit is made of aluminized steel and comes with the downpipe but does not include the muffler or tip. This is a fit for coil spring suspension systems only.

 

4. MVP Performance Racing 5″ Stainless Steel Dual Turbo Back 13-17 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L

This is performance racing 5” turbo back with a downpipe race exhaust system is mounted directly to the turbo unit providing maximum diameter, and reduced band degree angles with a mandrel bent pipe. This system provides the lowest exhaust gas temperatures and maximum exhaust flow from your system.

This kit is suitable for: 2013-2017 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel trucks

In some cases, you might need to trim the tailpipe extension. This kit is made of aluminized steel and comes with the downpipe but does not include the muffler or tip. This is a fit for coil spring and leaf spring suspension systems only.

 

5. MBRP S6100PLM Turbo Back Single Side Exhaust System

This is the MBRP heavy duty, no muffler, mandrel bent aluminized steel exhaust pipe system for 1994-2002 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel trucks.

This system provides that aggressive sound you want to share with everyone whether they like it or not. This kit comes with a two-piece tailpipe configuration and is for diesel trucks only.

 

Diesel Exhaust Systems

It’s time to replace your exhaust system, and you don’t need to wait for the old one to wear away, you can replace it with a brand new maximum sounding system that beats out those aggressive engine decibels and shows off the 325 horsepower and 610 lb/ft of torque.

Remember, the Dodge Cummins 6.7L engine is the strongest stock engine there is, and once you start to pimp it up with optimized performance parts you end up getting Godzilla on wheels.

Removing your old system is easy, just make sure you either have ample and secure space to get under your truck, and it should not take you more than 15 minutes to remove the old stock exhaust system. This can be done casually and without any swearing, banging of heads, knuckles and the need to visit a nurse for comforting.

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Once you remove the old exhaust, with or without the help of WD40, you can install the new system. Installing will take slightly longer, so expect a 20-minute installation, again, only if you are composed relaxed and ready to enjoy the end results.

In step form, this is how you will do it:

Removing the old

Step 1:  Only change and exhaust system when the engine and the exhaust system are cool to touch. This not just for safety purposes, it’s also due to metal expansion when removing and installing a new system.

Step 2: Take off the passenger side fender, this will give you access to the v band clamp on the turbo exhaust housing. This part connects to the downpipe.

Step 3: I always suggest you cut the downpipe before the cross member, you can do this with a standard hacksaw, then remove the downpipe.

Step 4: Loosen all the clamps along the exhaust system. Then remove the hangers that are attached to the vehicle frame.

Step 5: Cut off the factory spare tire heat guard at the tailpipe section of the exhaust. You do this because your aftermarket exhaust will be bigger than the original stock exhaust.

Installing the new

Step 6: It’s time to install the new exhaust. You start with the downpipe, you attach this to the factory v band that you removed in step 2

Step 7:  Now you add the straight pieces of the exhaust pipe. Do this until you reach the expected muffler (which is not included in your kits mentioned above). Do not tighten the clamps until you have completed the entire pipe system installation.

Step 8:  if you have a muffler, (which you won’t have with the above systems) you slide the exhaust pipe inside it from either direction. When hanging a muffler, bring a friend, it helps, since this can be a two-person job. Also, have a pair of pliers handy nearby, sometimes this can be a toughie.

Step 9:  Attach all the hangers you previously removed. Remember the WD40; you will need this for sliding the hanger through some of those tougher rubber bushing resistant buggers.

Step 10:  Attach the passenger side fender you took off in step 2.

Checking your work

Step 11: When the truck is settled, turn on the ignition and check for any weird sounds, this will let you know if you fixed the new exhaust system properly.