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i think you should run 8 individual pipes to stacks and tune it so it plays dixie when you drive :~p...no seriously stacks aren't bad I like 'em and am planning on running em at some point sorry no pics
Last edited by speedfreak78; 12-18-2010 at 06:16 PM.
I like stacks on a truck but imo to me there needs to be some requirements for them. first off if your engine is so power dead it gets passed by priuses, it shouldn`t have stacks. Also I think it needs to be diesel and smoke. Also they have to be 5in. or bigger. It amazes me how many times I have seen people with 2 2and a half in. pipes sticking up through their bed and it just looks like crap.
I was going to put stacks on my big old red truck right before I crashed it. In my opinion, it would have taken them great, but only a very specific set, I also don't know how it would have sounded/run with the 351W I had in it, it was all exhaust to me back then.
To the OP, tell us about your truck, maybe it can take stacks. In my opinion, stacks are such a loud (sound and sight) statement, that unless your truck is large, mean, and purposely absurd enough to handle them, they can make the rest of your truck look wimpy, and you look dumb.
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