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Hey everyone Just wanted to what ya'll think about exhaust stacks. I've seen them on some trucks.
What are the good benefits of putting stacks on a 94 F-350 crew cab 7.3l turbo diesel? or is it not such a good idea.
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I think stacks would be awesome. With no ground-resonances, run 'em straight, no angle tips, with no mufflers. You're radiating out into a hemisphere instead of the corner between your truck and the pavement. You'll get the sharp braap! of straight pipes, but without bursting your eardrums. There's an IDI non-turbo 7.3 around here with stacks. Sounds awesome pulling away from the light. If you put the turned-ends on the stacks, it gets a whole lot louder on the ground (and in the cab).
1976 F-100 XLT Ranger (home improvement mule)
- 300/T-18/3.00, manual brakes & busted power steering
- Offy DP, QJet, EFI manifolds, Dynomax exhaust
2008 Chrysler 300
2005 Chevrolet Impala
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