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5" Turbo Back or Dual 4" Turbo Back

I just picked up a 2006 F250. I have a 4" RBP cat back that came with the truck, I am interested in a more powerful sound. Which would sound nicer or would there be any difference at all? Either way I will run cat & muffler delete pipes.

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I prefer 4 Inch Duals, that is what I want.

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I think the 5 inch has a deeper sound to it.

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Yeah I want the duals for sound output on both sides but I want the 5" for the sound depth.
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Everyone knows its really not a true 5 inch exhaust. If you really want a more power sound Stacks is the loudest.

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Everyone knows its really not a true 5 inch exhaust. If you really want a more power sound Stacks is the loudest.
A stack would be sweet, i just have a feeling it will be in the way eventualy.
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I switched from dual stacks to a single, only space I lost was around the stack which is only 5 inches not to big of a deal to me though. I also have a long bed like you do looks good on my truck. Sharp truck by the way.

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I switched from dual stacks to a single, only space I lost was around the stack which is only 5 inches not to big of a deal to me though. I also have a long bed like you do looks good on my truck. Sharp truck by the way.
Thanks, yeah I would run a 5" black stack if I went that route. Do you ever have exhaust fumes come into the cab from the back slider with the stack there? I open the slider almost every time I drive.
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If you want loud then get the 2 stacks, I say this cuase just this weekend I rigged a single up to hear it and its actually not as loud, but the tone is amazing

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Ok so after I get the exhaust ironed out, I am going to go ahead and order a SCT livewire, pyrometer & air intake. Can I put this all on and be done with it or am I just opening a can of worms? Ohh yeah, I forgot to mention I reside in the lovely state of California!

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