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Old 07-10-2010, 09:21 PM
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So I'm thinkin' stacks...

...but I can't decide two things. Do I want black or chrome black? Already know it's gonna be 5 or 6" mitre cut duals and that I'm going to have to fab up the toolbox.

I have two questions...how do you guys runnin stacks deal with the sut getting on your paint? I'm getting back into the habit of wiping down the truck everyday...that's probably the only solution huh? It's gonna suck having a white truck...but how do you guys deal with it? Second, would anybody be interested in buying my current exhaust from the "y" back? It's 4" MBRP duals with 6"tips. Any input is appreciated! thanks!

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i vote 6" miters... and FWIW i had 6'' miters on my old truck and i NEVER had any soot problems. Although i had a custom cross over box that i built and i think that helped out alot with the problem and i had a small hole drilled into the *90 under the truck. If your intested in building you own box id be happy to post up some pics of what mine looked like after i finished it.
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Old 07-10-2010, 09:35 PM
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Definitely if you dont mind posting up pics of that...I've got a few ideas in my head for modding my current box...
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Old 07-10-2010, 10:14 PM
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Definitely if you dont mind posting up pics of that...I've got a few ideas in my head for modding my current box...

x2 I would like to see that as well
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Old 07-12-2010, 04:31 AM
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id go 6" i would go with the stainless look. black just looks dirty.

also how much you want for your old exhaust?
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i vote 6inch flat black miters.
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i vote 6' blacks as well..i would love to do that one day...do the stacks increase interior noise a lot? i drive mine 50 miles a day and dont want a constant headache
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I had 6" chrome miters on my white truck. Occasionally I would see a spot of soot on the bedside, but nothing unbearable. The worst was when we got 30+ inches of snow and I never covered my stacks. The truck fired right up and smoked out of one stack till it melted it clear, no issues there either.
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Old 07-12-2010, 04:23 PM
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Here's pics of what I would be trying to switch out for stacks. Let me know if anyone is interested...would like to trade straight up...



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Old 07-12-2010, 04:27 PM
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How much for the duals or would you sell just the left side?
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