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Old 06-09-2003, 01:25 AM
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Exhaust.... Stacks?

Okay, I am looking for either a Dual 4in Exhaust system, or 4in Stacks... What do you guys think?

Anyone know of a good place for this stuff?

Also, I have no real need for a muffler, so...


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Exhaust.... Stacks?

I've only seen stacks on a Dodge Cummins, it sounded good, cause I didn't see a muffler, so I would give it a shot.
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Old 06-09-2003, 02:57 PM
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Exhaust.... Stacks?

Personaly I don't think the powerstrokes sound that great with straight stacks due to the v-8 motor configuration. The dodge with a cummins on the other hand sounds good just like a big truck. Thats just my opinion though good luck with what you decide, and I want to see pictures.

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The guy around here that put them on his dodge's used regular 5" big truck stacks, it might of given his a deeper sound.
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Old 06-09-2003, 03:02 PM
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Exhaust.... Stacks?

I am short on money right now, so I have decided to just go with a replacement 3inch exaust pipe/muffler... Will help power/torque out a little. After I save up some, I'll look into the stacks... Cause that would just be super cool!

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Exhaust.... Stacks?

I have a friend with a '03 F-350 7.3 and he put straight pipes on it. It is LOUD!!!! I never heard a diesel backfire til he did that to his truck.
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Exhaust.... Stacks?

I have a buddy that has straight through exhaust on his 7.3L, it sounds awesome. Also saw a Dodge on Sunday with stacks.....looked ok, but was a little much for my taste
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Some guy I used to work with had 7'' stacks on his Cummins ram , and it sounded exactly like a 18wheeler. If I had a pickup , I would def. do the stacks.......
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Exhaust.... Stacks?

I saw another Dodge with straight pipes the other night. It wasn't as loud as the 7.3, but it still sounded pretty good. I also saw a '94 F-250 N/A Diesel with straight pipes last night. It sounds stock at idle, but when that feller took off, it sounded like a regular gas engine with straight pipes except for the compression/combustion "trademark of a diesel" sound.
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