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Old 02-24-2008, 06:43 AM
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Old 02-25-2008, 12:14 PM
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I love the sound of stacks
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Old 02-25-2008, 02:45 PM
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why would you buy a 90* pipe and a y-pipe for $400-500 when you can go to a steel factory and build a chamber for cheep i spent a total of $400 for my whole setup. $300 for 5"X36" bullhauler tips, $60 for flex pipe and $40 for steel
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not everyone likes that look. My husband has his ran like that and a friend of mine ran his like that but everything is under the bed so all you see is stacks coming up.

Mine how ever cost me $120 I got everything I needed off of a peterbilt.
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mine you cant see either i have a tool bock that goes againts the stacks and a slip tank under the toolbox
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Old 02-25-2008, 06:18 PM
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this is what it looks like
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thanks for the vid on the installation of stacks. i just got 5in stack kit. no directions came with them. the only thing i couldn't figure out was the 2 big exhaust clamps, the ones that went to the bed to hold the y pipe in place. funny thats what i was going to do with them. thanks agian for the video. rob
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Hey 94, is there any sound difference that you know of useing the box style like that? Id think it would sound weird and resonate.
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Hey 94, is there any sound difference that you know of useing the box style like that? Id think it would sound weird and resonate.

here is a common rail running that style of stacks

And here is a 7.3 that is also running it
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I didnt even use any flex pipe in my sinle stack. I think I could make a set up for pretty cheap.
 
 
 

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